An audit by Apple -- maker of the iPhone -- found 15-year-olds were working in some of its factories. Credit: Justin Sullivan, GettyThat new iPhone might be lots of fun and oh-so-chic. But it turns out it might have been manufactured by childr...
Why would anyone in their right mind willingly submit themselves to eighteen (or more!) years of dealing with those loud, filthy, expensive, rebellious critters known as children? Surely, there must be some reason why people put up with their messes,...
Fayetteville, AR has devised a plan to score free labor from local kids. Through a book called "Fayetteville's Dirty Dozen," they're teaching children how to spot building and property code violations. The hope is that these kids will go home and tel...
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