teenagers

Grown & Flown's Lisa Heffernan talks about raising independent kids, the milestone mindset and the dreaded teenage years.
Step 1: Check your policy for the biggest money-saving loophole of all.
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The one about "inspirational posters" for teens is hilarious.
Teens are abandoning the once-popular retail floor.
Kaitlyn Berthiaume was unanimously chosen cheer captain.
They paint a picture of sexual misconduct today that resembles Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged teenage offenses.
School closures mark another loss for children in Puerto Rico still mentally recovering from Hurricane Maria.
The woman, presumably the teen's mom, showed off some impressive moves at San Diego's Petco Park.
"I thought I should get the senior discount because I was a senior in high school."
A look into the history of this teenage rite of passage.
Teenagers have been snorting condoms through their noses and out their mouths as part of a social media “condom challenge.” But condom challenges aren’t a new trend.
As young people around the world rally against gun violence, this should serve as a reminder that the problem affects them far beyond school shootings.
"Once considered a menace to society, teenagers are now cleaning up the political catastrophe left by older generations."
At some point, you just have to let go of fixing everything for them.
If you see these on your teen's phone, it's time for a talk.
Teenagers in Queens, NY are using amateur radio to communicate with Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria, and they’re learning about themselves in the process.
New research shows teens are spending more time on their phones and less time with each other, and it’s having serious mental health consequences.
Survivors of the suicide bomb attack in Manchester, UK, describe the scenes in the immediate aftermath of the explosion.
An NYU application reader shares her top tips for writing the perfect college essay.