Gene-editing technology will eventually allow parents to alter their future offspring's intelligence, height, eye color, and more. And that's worth celebrating.
Amanda Forst faces reckless endangerment charges for assuming her children—ages 2, 5, and 7—could survive a very short wait.
The toy company allegedly failed to test its miracle cure for cranky baby syndrome.
A mom reflects on her experience parenting in the age of fear.
Plus: Police raid reporters' home in San Francisco, a crackdown on free market economists in China, and more....
Nick Gillespie speaks with author Jordan Shapiro about his book The New Childhood
End the curriculum wars by letting families choose education options that work for them.
Adam Lowther, a Navy veteran and nuclear deterrence expert, lost his job and spent $300,000 fighting the allegations.
In a podcast about her new book, Cribsheet, an economist answers your parenting questions about breastfeeding, swaddling, toddler discipline, and more.
A Mother Spends a Week in Jail, Is Fired From Her Job, and Temporarily Loses Her Kids After a Police Mix-Up
Ashley Foster was jailed and inspected by child protective services for a mistake beyond her control.
Government officials should use the success of the competition as an educational moment.
In the home of the brave, a kid can't hold a pencil on the school bus.
Reason's livestream conversation with Lenore Skenazy.
"The [11-Year-Old] Child 'Has to Get Herself Ready for School and on the Bus with No Supervision by Mother'"
Is that an allegation of abuse?
A government solution won't result in the proverbial free lunch that supporters hope for.
A judge has granted Payton Summons' parents a restraining order against the hospital.
Those tykes are worth big bucks to institutional educators, so if you don't hand 'em over, you might be slapped with fines or even incarceration.
In Win For Fathers' Rights, Kentucky Says Judges Must Presume Shared Parenting In Child Custody Battles
The presumption applies even when one or more of the parents is opposed.
Naomi Schaefer Riley on religious liberty, foster care, privacy, parenting, and how to help kids who need a home
"They call it 'free-range parenting.' I call it 'the rights of parents.'"
An interesting Arizona appellate decision rejecting a court's assignment of a treating therapist, and rejecting a gag order that limited parents' discussions with the child.
"The rise of the Nordic welfare state has been a double-edged sword" for women's professional progress.
"The change in the child's relationship with the father based on the child's fear of his displeasure if she were not a 'true Muslim,' and her belief that he threatened to abscond with her to Morocco, also contributed to the change in circumstances warranting modification" of the custody arrangement.
A social worker took three little girls from their home without a court order because she thought the pictures were "sexually explicit."
No accusations of abuse or neglect, just low I.Q.s.
Low I.Q. used as a justification for taking boy away, even absent any evidence of abuse or neglect.
Crisis pregnancy centers in California say the state's "Reproductive FACT Act" violates their First Amendment rights.