A Queens man will plead not guilty Wednesday to a crime that is hard to imagine – police said he killed his mother in 2011, and his father 15 months later.
Loni Coombs, former prosecutor and author of “You’re Perfect…And Other Lies Parents Tell,” hit The Couch to share tips about raising kids for the real world.
Some city parents have expressed concern that their children’s school records could be used to make money.
It goes without saying that we want our children to succeed. But new research shows that by pushing kids to achieve, we could be causing them to fail.
Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy have been out and about in Nashville this week–including sitting down for a meal with Taylor’s parents, Andrea and Scott Swift.
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.
A new story claims that Taylor Swift’s parents are separated, and that the “pain” of that separation has influenced the “sad” nature of her upcoming album.
The spectre of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is a parent’s worst nightmare. Mattress covers, crib bumpers, sleep positioners, baby monitors and a number of other new products that claim to fight SIDS are flooding the market.
Life in the city can be difficult at times for new or stay-at-home parents. When you’re just tired of talking tot, explore your city and meet with like-minded moms near you.
Board members blame perennial poor performance but, they say, by redirecting the resources they can improve education across the City.
The special investigator for the city’s school system found that director of public affairs Lenny Speiller asked that a petition sent to parent coordinators include a line in support of ending the rules.
Thousands of needy children on Long Island are getting the supplies they need for the first day of school, thanks to the Family Service League.
WCBS 880’s Pat Farnack interviewed founder Arianna Huffington about a big story involving sugar daddies, overcoming fear, and much more.
The Certificate of Still Birth Bill was first introduced in New York in 2003, but failed to pass because opponents feared it would impinge on abortion rights. The language of the bill has since been rewritten to address those concerns.
Demonstrators gathered outside the state office building on 125th Street in Harlem to demand the NAACP withdraw from a lawsuit filed by the United Federation of Teachers.