On the final track of Adele's "25" — released Friday — the British songstress sings she's finally found "the one that I belong to."
Whether concern over her daughter's 2 a.m. FaceTime sessions or use of a smartphone when driving, mom Lisa Mullins wondered how she could find balance between the device's positives — like keeping in touch when she worked — and the aforementioned negatives, according to Yahoo Parenting.
The greater the height difference in a couple, the happier the wife is — for a time.
Nearly every facet of life but parenting could be documented through emojis — until Momojis.
What’s the cause of the great financial squeeze on the middle-class?
Information gathered by BabyCenter indicated Instagram filters inspired parents of newborns in naming their kids in 2015.
"The Founders" might not seem like a moniker reserved for a generation that can't remember life before social media's stranglehold on culture or 9/11 — but that's what MTV has coined those born after the millennium, according to Newser.
Jewish a cappella group The Maccabeats' "Latke Recipe" music video shares what some of Hanukkah's best parts are: good friends, close family and a quality latke recipe, according to Time.
A Nov. 14 security breach of electronic toy maker VTech exposed the personal information of around 5 million customer accounts, including details on children, according to NBC News.
Annoyed with the fact that screen time got in the way of quality time, a young boy issued a citation to his mother for "being on the phone most of the time" — to the tune of $112,938,784,657,394,871,217.
Parents want to "scoop up" the hottest new toys of 2015 to give their kids in time for Christmas, according to BuzzFeed.
In Grenoble, France, when people with a bit of downtime toggle vending machine buttons, short stories spit out rather than fatty snacks.
A video released by Amazon shows how shoppers across the U.S. might receive packages in the "not-too-distant future": with a drone-delivery service the company first announced two years ago.
New York City area resident Heather Haviland said she sought to make the holidays great for her family, but a 16-hour day of reminders of all the work she had left caused her to break down, ABC News reported.
If new cybersecurity research indicates anything, getting shoved to retailers' floors in pursuit of the hottest Christmas gifts isn't the only peril shoppers might face.
ATLANTA - This week marks the 100th birthday of Georgia Department of Transportation. A century ago - on Aug. 16, 1916 - the seeds were planted for what ...
The nation's capital is one of the more aggressive areas in the country pursuing a clean energy plan, and it plans to reach those ...
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