Kids have questions, concerns and anxieties just like we do. It's your responsibility to answer your kids toughest questions about news and politics.
You really can’t know how things in your life are impacting you until you do without them. This is what happened when I stopped reading the news.
The world is truly awful right now. Rather than feel terrified about the future, I’m going to start today by making a list of the scariest things going on, and what you can do to feel empowered/help/survive.
The news cycle feels like a roller coaster ride these days. We’re all sitting in this little car, plunging up and down without any control over anything. But at least we have Dan Rather along for the ride.
Anderson Cooper is here for the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth — and I am here for Anderson Cooper.
Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them wear tight black t-shirts.
Mentally ill people are real, even if they have a hard time grasping what is "real" and what is not.
If you work at a digital media company, chances are you'll soon be discussing, at length, this buzzed-about tech-world news: Google is launching a
talk show host. motivational speaker. radio emcee.
Also this week: a pioneering Aussie politician releases her book, and Bill amps up speculation of a Hillary run.
Also this week: Two women named Park lead a South Korean political battle, and Hillary Clinton opens up about sexism.