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New York state claims Domino’s Pizza is underpaying workers using payroll scam

1 hour agoNews : The Raw Story

New York state’s attorney general has announced a lawsuit claiming the world’s second-largest pizza delivery chain is responsible for its franchisees knowingly underpaying workers through the parent company’s mandatory payroll software system. The issue underscores a running debate over how...

Real O'Neals Season Finale Recap: Prom Season

It's prom season! All three of the O'Neal kids must deal with prom in this season finale, which means their parents do, too. Surprisingly enough, everybody gets what they want, even though they face a few bumps along the way and things don't turn out exactly as planned.Kenny thought he'd ... More »

Queens school nurse helps kids, parents cook up healthy meals

3 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Veteran school nurse Sherry Branch knows good health begins with good eating habits at home.

Study Shows That ‘Dynamic Lighting Systems’ Can Boost Brainpower Of Children

Every parent, teacher, or education professional, seems to be concerned with how to make their children happier, more creative, and... The post Study Shows That ‘Dynamic Lighting Systems’ Can Boost Brainpower Of Children appeared first on Lifehack.

David Miscavige's Father Exposes Scientology's Cruelest Policy

There’s a long literary tradition of celebrities’ children writing vicious take-downs of their parents. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford both had daughters who wrote books painting them as drunken tyrants who used their children as props to enhance their public image; one of Bing Crosby’s sons wrote a similar screed...

North Carolina school system moves to restrict skinny jeans

WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina school system’s proposal to ban skinny jeans and other tight pants has drawn a flood of opposition from students and parents. The New Hanover County School System in the Wilmington area is considering a policy that prohibits all students from wearing leggings, skinny jeans and “any other excessively […]

Gubbins' 'dream' hundred watched in secret by his parents

5 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Nick Gubbins scored his maiden first-class hundred, in front of his parents, but another draw beckons for these two sides

For First Time In 130 Years, More Young Adults Live With Parents Than With Partners

6 hours agoNews : The Two-Way

Living with Mom and/or Dad is more popular than any other form of living arrangement among Americans ages 18-34, the Pew Research Center says.

Journey to Access -- Building Access for Youth, Families and Communities

What does it mean to have access to opportunity? Through the years, I have witnessed individuals, parents, families and teens who have struggled to succeed; who encounter so many genuine barriers to a secure, stable future. In providing access to opportunity, we must do more than open a few doors. Show More Summary

Two babies of different races died in hot cars — but only the black parent was arrested

6 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Two extremely different outcomes for parents of different races who suffered similar tragedies have some questioning whether race plaid a role in the way the Mississippi cases were handled by authorities, the Atlanta Black Star reports. Joshua Lewis Blunt, 25, has been charged with second-degree...

This Father's Day, Record That Parent-Child Interview You Keep Meaning To Make

The Huffington Post is building a movement to spark conversations between parents and children. We'd love for you to be part of it. This Father's Day, join HuffPost and Facebook in New York's Madison Square Park and record a conversation...Show More Summary

The Empty Laundry Basket—Sending the Firstborn to College

I find myself talking to friends who have already done this stage of parenting and telling them, “I’m not gonna be able to do this.” The post The Empty Laundry Basket—Sending the Firstborn to College appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Millennials’ Roommates Now More Likely to Be Parents Than Partners

7 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

For the first time in modern history, adults ages 18 to 34 are more likely to live with a parent than with a romantic partner, a new report found.

Portland schools tried to change how they teach climate change - and ignited a firestorm

This winter, a small group of advocates, teachers, parents and students began meeting each week at a church in Portland, Ore., to figure out how their schools could do a better job of preparing the next generation to fight climate change.  Together, they wrote a resolution that, with some changes, was...

Frustrated parents use Facebook to find justice for battered baby

Joshua Marbury and Alicia Quinney want justice for their baby boy, who was allegedly abused by a family friend. Oregon's law is standing in the way.

Mom who almost died shares her incredible birth story

'I walked into the hallway, dropped to my knees and told Josh he needed to call the Dr., my parents, and an ambulance because I was 'dying.''

'Finding Dory' Releases Adorable New Trailer - Watch Now!

Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory just released another super cute trailer filled with brand new footage from the film. The new trailer opens with a pair of older fish swimming when they encounter a young Dory – could they be her parents? The trailer then fast-forwards to Dory on the hunt for her family, asking all sorts [...]

Lotta Millennials Living With Their Parents 

This news isn’t exactly shocking, considering the generation’s collective financial position , but the latest numbers are nevertheless striking. Read more...

The 17 Very Real Struggles of Having a Second Child

Many moms and dads realize that just because they've successfully survived one baby doesn't necessarily make them parenting pros. But when these couples find out that they're expecting again, they also don't always realize that things are going to go down very differently this time around. Show More Summary

First time in 130 years: young adults living with parents now the norm

If you hear of a young adult living with parents and picture a twentysomething “slacker” lounging in his pajamas in mom’s basement, well, get with it. The new reality is that, for the first time in more than 130 years, residing with parents is now the most common living arrangement for young adults. Adults ages [...]Show More Summary

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