The U.S. Census Bureau found that the number of children living with a single mother has doubled since 1968, with the number of children living in a double-parent household decreasing significantly in the same amount of time.
President Joe Biden is scheduled to meet Monday with Republican and Democratic lawmakers and can use the state-by-state summaries to show that his plan would help meet their constituents' needs.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced Monday that it will return in person, first in September, then again in 2022 in its usual slot of the first Monday in May.
The server, who is also a registered nurse, plans to use the money to give back to the community.
In just one conversation, it won’t take long to realize Jake’s already got abilities just like his comic book counterpart. Autism isn’t his disability. It’s his superpower.
The tester will have to review stadium's hot dogs based on appearance, color, flavor, quality of meat, bun quality, sauce, topping generosity and value.
The Boston-based beer company says it will send $7 through the CashApp to anyone who gets the shot.
The volcano, which last erupted in 1979, shot ash plumes as high as 20,000 feet into the sky.
The three Houston brothers — 5-year-old Antwann, 7-year-old Anthony and 8-year-old Artavius — have been in foster care for two years.
Wedding venues, especially those with outdoor space, are quickly filling up. However, some folks are choosing to wait until 2022 or even 2023.
Pfizer-BioNTech on Friday asked the FDA to expand the emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. to children ages 12 to 15.
Bimonte, known for his gregarious personality as much as his steaming hot pizza pies in New Haven, has died. He was 61, according to reports.
Weronika Jachimowicz's yearbook photo went viral. Although she embraces her newfound social media fame, she says she wasn't always so comfortable in her own skin.
Mayoral candidate Scott Stringer has a proposal called Summer in the City, which calls for the city to install pop-up pools in neighborhoods that lack open spaces.
After a sales dip last year, consumers are diving headfirst into swimwear. The trending styles this year are very nostalgic and something of a throwback.
The Guinness World Records recently unveiled the new nail measurements before her nail cutting procedure in Fort Worth, Texas.
The owner of an upstate used car dealership is dealing with an unusual theft. Someone cut a passenger-side door of a car for sale on the lot.
Abby Schneiderman, entrepreneur and author of In Case You Get Hit By A Bus, created an online platform dedicated to offering a unique way to store personal and vital information.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky on Monday said youth sports and other extracurricular activities "should be limited" amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying outbreaks in young people have stemmed from those activities.
Asian American Pacific Islander history is American history. And one way for all Americans to learn about each other's cultures is through reading.