Think of just one thing you did in your bedroom yesterday that you wouldn’t want anyone else, except maybe your spouse, to see. Now imagine that you found out that your boss and all of your coworkers had the ability to see into your bedroom from the comfort of their own homes at any time, without your knowledge. Let’s exactly what’s going on in a Philadelphia suburb, except the people being spied are minors and the peeping toms are their educators.
Police in Waltham, Massachusetts have deemed one child’s bullying serious enough to warrant criminal charges. We are talking an attack with scissors, but should a fifth grader really face prosecution?
You might notice an interesting discrepancy between the original trailer of The Back-Up Plan and the one that aired during the Superbowl.
This would be traumatic enough for any parent to deal with, but for a fifteen-year-old to be faced with such a challenge is just, as Taylor’s mother put it, “mind-boggling.”
This sure beats the egg baby our Home Ec. teacher made us carry around for a week. As you can see from this video, caring for Yotaro, the Japanese baby simulator, would be enough to strike the fear of unplanned pregnancy into any middle schooler’s heart.
You know your kids need therapy when....
Katie Holmes has finally broken down and offered an "explanation" for her daughter’s unusual footwear.
In a game of hide-and-seek that went terribly wrong, a toddler accidentally locked his mother in a tiny closet, where she remained until her husband came home from work seven hours later.
Alexis Hutchinson is a 21-year-old single mother and army cook who refused to deploy to Afghanistan because she had no one to care for her son. Should she face criminal charges?
Miley’s little sister Noah recently attended a fund-raising Halloween gala in a costume that would be scandalous for a thirty-year-old married woman. Noah is nine.
A mother has been charged with child abuse for being too involved in her twelve-year-old son’s life. The boy’s grandparents, who helped raised him, have also been implicated in a form of helicopter parenting so severe that prosecutors say it constitutes abuse.
15-year-old Michael Brewer is still in critical condition after his peers poured rubbing alcohol on him and flicked a lighter, setting him on fire.
The Huffington Post has posted a hilarious slideshow called “The Funniest Protest Signs of 2009.” Humanity never ceases to amaze, does it?
A 32-year-old librarian from England has emerged from a five-week coma, and she’s crediting the sound of her baby’s voice with her recovery.
In Germany, a 40-year-old woman in her 13th week of pregnancy suffered a heart attack that cut off blood flow to her brain. Still in a coma 22 weeks later, the woman nevertheless delivered her baby, who is now a healthy one-and-a-half year old.
When Hannah Powell-Auslam went to the doctor to get a lump in her breast checked, the first thing doctors said was, “Cancer should be the furthest thing from your mind.” This was not surprising news–Hannah was only ten years-old.
Carolyn Savage did not choose to be a surrogate mother. But after a fertility clinic implanted the wrong embryo in her womb, she found herself carrying another couple’s baby.
HOTmilk, a New Zealand-based maternity lingerie company, has come out with a new ad that is so sexy you probably don’t want to watch this at work or with, say, your mother-in-law in the room. You know feminism has succeeded when even women in the third trimester get to be sex objects!
I think I'm going to have nightmares about this PSA on child abuse, which uses music straight out of Silence of the Lambs and a bald doll with a truly disturbing resemblance to Chuckie of Child’s Play. Is this really unnecessary? Child abuse hardly needs to be sensationalized to be creepy.
Just as the U.S. is filled with news of a dog mauling a toddler, Canada (surprise, surprise) comes out with the feel-good dog and baby story of the year. Truly, this is a tale that puts Lassie to shame.