This has us even more worried about the youth of America.
Bringing diversity to the ailing Spidey universe has helped free the characters, leading to an increase in both box office and critical acclaim.
The Cut went to Tijuana and spoke to five women fleeing poverty, domestic abuse and gang violence in Central America.
This technique is simple, effective and needs to be exported to the rest of the world.
Research suggests that elite colleges don’t really help rich white guys. But they can have a big effect if you’re not rich, not white, or not a guy.
How Javion became a high school student reading at the second-grade level is impossible to say for sure. But multiple forces play a role: intergenerational poverty and violence, underperforming schools, a special education system that avoided serving students, a patchwork approach to literacy instruction.
Neuroscience journalist Maia Szalavitz knows a lot about addiction, and here she makes some interesting and counterintuitive points about raising children who experiment with marijuana and alcohol.
The author, activist and former mommy blogger has been encouraging her mostly white fans to speak up and empower themselves. What happens when her new advice is to shut up, listen, and let women of color lead the way?
This little one is truly a prolific sleeper.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
In shock after delivering three months early, Miriam Frías put her stillborn child into a backpack. Mexican authorities convicted her of homicide — and she's not alone.
The best kids' TV activates something that becomes an orienting beacon for the rest of our lives. That's what the math show "Square One" did for me.
The rise of tech could have been the company's downfall. Instead, it's been a boon.
If only adults had this option to get out of social obligations.
The founders of Predictim want to be clear with me: Their product — an algorithm that scans the online footprint of a prospective babysitter to determine their "risk" levels for parents — is not racist.
As part of an upcoming "Beauty and the Beast" attraction, Tokyo Disneyland is utilizing some new animatronics that are... unnerving to say the least.
It was illustrated.
We can't even pat our head and rub our belly at the same time.
Every task, from cooking dinner and paying bills to managing my husband's health care and our kids' schedules, falls on me. I am still a wife and mother, but often feel like a physician, pharmacist and social worker, too.
Dad had given 3-year-old Scarlett some bars to munch on in the back seat when suddenly she went very quiet.
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