DFW Moms

That old baseball axiom is wrong, Stefan Klein argues: Nice guys don't finish last. Klein makes his case in "Survival of the Nicest: How Altruism Made Us Human and Why it Pays to Get Along" (The Experiment).

One of the never-ending chores busy parents face is battling the mountain of laundry that gets generated each week. How much time do you spend each week fighting stains, hunting down missing socks and sorting clothes?

Working moms and dads, have you given any thought to what your occupation may mean for the job choices of your children?

Extech Instruments' Big Digit Hydro-Thermometer displays its digital readings with numbers that are an inch in height, great for children who are building basic skills in simple instrumentation and scientific principles. In addition to temperature, the thermometer displays a room's relative humidity, another basic concept for children, particularly those who live in a dry environment, to understand.

Two years ago, Bluffton, S.C., resident Kylie Ferguson found herself alone and pregnant.

I recently sat on a panel about Multiculturalism, International Education and Career Paths in the Professional World at the Lycee Francaise in New York City. While the focus of the panel was on the value that international students bring to U.S. campuses with their diverse language skills and cultural backgrounds, the focus quickly shifted to American students and the fact that our universities are graduating American students in the masses who lack these skills.

Finding productive and educational ways for kids to spend their summer vacations can be frustrating for parents and boring for their children. Bizainy Activity Kits now give young ones the opportunity to hone their entrepreneurial skills with start-up materials that come in a box.

Simon Alexander Garcia lived only one brief hour. But somewhere a little girl's heart is beating today because of him.

Authorities say a toddler has been reunited with his mother after employees found him playing inside a claw crane machine at a Nebraska bowling alley.

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