Somehow, we find ourselves living in a world where children outside is a nuisance.
A study of one city finds nearly 30 percent of poor families don't have enough for their children.
Kids from one of San Francisco's toughest neighborhoods find joy in the surf.
More kids live in food-insecure homes in Los Angeles than anywhere else in the United States.
During the summer, students who qualify for free lunches often don't eat them. There's a way to fix that, if only Congress would act.
In Ohio's urban school districts, one in 446 students has been hit by a car. In suburban districts, it's one in 1,473.
Schools can create an environment where sharing and cooperation are the highest values, rather than winning.
A contest in Ohio gets 4,000 kids biking more than 52,000 miles, while keeping roughly 57,292 pounds of carbon dioxide out of the air.
A Cookie Monster gone rogue may finally precipitate a crackdown in Times Square.
Smart phones can help manage the tedium of parenting. But they also isolate us from a lot of the joy.
The latest research suggests the answer is yes.
Clothing label DKNY used photographer Brandon Stanton's images without his permission, but this story has a happy ending.
A U.K. initiative paints a vivid picture of what can happen when families don't have to worry about passing cars.
Riding a bike may have special benefits that other exercise modes don’t, but we just don't know enough about it.
For too many American families, this is not a problem that's easily solved.
Half of poor parents raising kids under 18 are now married, a rate that has grown almost 50 percent since 2000.
One New York City neighborhood had basically given up on open space. But thanks to some new data, they were able to advocate for it, and get it.
File under things that make you feel good.
This hacked "Waterfall Swing" puts kids through dozens of rainstorms each minute.