"Mommy, this giant iPad is broken."
With the agency under fire for holding children in deplorable conditions and over racist and misogynistic Facebook posts, one agent speaks about what it's like to do his job. "Somewhere down the line people just accepted what's going on as normal."
We would babysit this kid for free.
"I'm sure you're happy to see me and all that, but keep your singing to yourself, please."
Family members have started seeing real gains in a fight most were reluctant to wage.
The matching cowboy hats. The father-son bonding. The cuteness of the little boy. It's all too much.
While some might see her as a cheat, we see unbridled ambition.
When Albert Passavanti saw his 1-year-old son fall into his pool, he leaped over a tall fence and dived into the pool in the quickest of reflexes.
Two women, 20 years apart, on the choice they both made.
Talking guns with children.
The speed at which this child drops everything he is doing to give his daddy a hug is truly heart melting.
Let yourself indulge in a little childlike wonder today.
There's perplexity, a rising crescendo of awe and surprise and then finally, the outburst of unbridled joy.
Three in the stroller, one on the shoulder and one you lead by the hand.
For generations, Illinois' child welfare agency has failed to adequately serve Spanish-speaking families with children in its care.
One sister is ready to greet the day and the other, well...
Training trusted adults to check in on recovering adolescents could be an important, yet overlooked, strategy in preventing suicide.
Khalil was elated with joy when he solved the 3-D puzzle.
"Have you learned from your mistakes?"
You've probably seen videos of parents challenging their kids to catch credit cards floating around social media these days. Unlike most of the videos out there, this one is a success story.
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