Double Pass, a little-known Belgian firm, played a key role in the development of the German and Belgian national teams. Now it's coming to America.
A new report examines the relationship between place and race, and disconnected youth in the United States.
One Million Moms is ever so pissing about Growing Up Trans, which debuted last night on PBS. Obviously, PBS is attempting to desensitize America's youth by airing a program starring children. This alone will entice kids to watch. The...Show More Summary
While the Boy Scouts continue to squabble over whether gays belong anywhere near their institution, the Girl Scouts demonstrate an inclusiveness befitting an organization charged with shaping the character of America’s youth. Nowhere is that better seen than at the Queen Anne offices of the Girl Scouts of Western Washington, where the council’s CEO, Megan Ferland, […]
Authored by Jay Johnson, originally posted at SputnikNews.com, The shining future that America once had is all but a page note in the history books now. Record numbers not in the workforce, failed foreign policies and domestic strife is the new normal. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel is a bad influence on America’s youth, and it’s absolutely hilarious. Every Father’s Day, Kimmel tells kids to do various terrible things to their dads as a surprise and capture it on video. In the past, he’s had them spray...Show More Summary
This story originally appeared on Citylab. A substantial share of America’s youth remains economically disconnected, even as the economy continues to recover. More than one in eight—13.8 percent—of young Americans ages 16 to 24 are neither...Show More Summary
It's a blessing to see teenagers that want to inspire one another. The brightest of the youth are those involved in their schools, families, communities and places of worship. In this case, Katie Stagliano has a dream to one day feed all the homeless people in the world. Her story inspires the world!
The Disney sensation, who recently came out as bisexual, has become an influential and valuable LGBT advocate for America’s youth.
How do you show you're in tune with the youth of America? One method is to do as American Apparel has done, and create a 39-slide PowerPoint presentation about them. Bloomberg reports that the brand presented the slideshow, titled "Chaotic to Iconic," to its investors as a way to explain... More »
Paul Zerdin is an Englishman who has won TV talent shows across the pond in his youth. But Zerdin is older now, and he, just like Englishmen of old, wants to conquer America. And so here he is, auditioning for America's Got Talent's 10th season on NBC. He performed vocal tricks with and without his […]
In “This Is What Happens When A Millennial Tries To Get A Job,” we highlighted 1) high youth unemployment (U-6 at nearly 14%) and 2) the failure of America’s university system to prepare new entrants for the job market, on the way to painting a rather grim picture for America’s newly-minted college graduates. Show More Summary
Click to enlarge. Like most Americans, my interest in soccer peaked with youth soccer (Go BYSA!) and only returns during the men’s and women’s World Cup tournaments. But anyone with a passing interest in the game can tell FIFA is terribly corrupt. Last week’s FIFA arrests were surprising and long overdue. Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly is correct when he consistently hammers home what a distracted nation we are...particularly when it comes America's youth. The phone is our world now. Young, old, in-between...it doesn't seem to matter. We are a country...Show More Summary
If personal calls from Jay Z weren't enough to sell America's youth on Tidal, maybe a more old-fashioned tactic might: a 50% price cut.
Last month in Camden, New Jersey, President Obama said, “We can’t guarantee everyone’s success, but we do strive to give everyone an equal shot.” That is a responsibility that must belong to all of us, and a commitment we must all share, especially for our most vulnerable citizens. Last month was National Foster Care Month. Show More Summary
What do violent street gangs in the United States and Central America and extremist groups in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa have in common?
America's youth are drinkin', smokin', and makin' babies at alarmingly low rates, according to stats compiled by Time. But if they aren't partying and hooking up, how are they deriving evil joy from scaring the crap out of their parents? Ohhhhh, texting while driving. Right, right.... More »
We’ve documented the pitiable plight of America’s recent college graduates on a number of occasions over the last several months. The Class of 2015 is officially the most heavily-indebted graduating class in the history of US higher education, as each student will leave college with an average debt load of more than $35,000. Show More Summary
My fellow Americans! Is your life empty, void of witty and sophisticated synth pop? Is there a hole in your heart left from the last time you watched a Pet Shop Boys video or witnessed the life-affirming power of Lust for Youth live?...Show More Summary