Are you wondering what to look for when you search your child's bedroom? New York State Senator Eric Adams wants to show you. Literally show you. On YouTube. Here's the video: Who says government officials aren't looking out for us? Adams, ...A New York politician says that children have no legal right to privacy while they live in your home.
One Florida lawmaker says whether or not parents have guns at home is none of their doctor's business. Credit: Getty Images A Florida politician has introduced a bill that would ban doctors from asking parents if they own guns. ABC New...A Florida politician has introduced a bill that would ban doctors from asking parents if they own guns.
Backpack contents: Homework, lunch and ... gun? Credit: Getty Images Two students were shot at Gardena High School in Los Angeles. But this wasn't another Columbine. The shooting was an accident -- a fellow classmate had a gun in his b...Should students have to pass through metal detectors or undergo some kind of weapons check before entering school?
A new bill, passed by the Florida Legislature and awaiting the governor's signature, bans adoption agencies from inquiring about potential parents' gun possessions, The Miami Herald reports. Only two lawmakers voted against the bill in the Senat...
Parents rarely send their kids off for a play date without knowing a little about the host family. After all, it's important to make sure your kids are in a safe and friendly environment. But while it's pretty common to ask about pool safety or pets...
Ah, kids these days. And their parents too. I remember when I was a kid trying to impress people by getting my room clean as quickly as possible or hitting a badminton birdie farther than my dad. Clearly, as an eleven-year-old I had nothing on the ...
I don't know why the teachers at The Family Development Center at University of Colorado would take away a child's pillow right before nap time, but for some reason they did. And the child who lost his pillow was not happy. In fact, 4-year-old Kyle k...
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