The tradition of giving misbehaving children lumps of coal predates the Santa Claus we know and love today.
Furby was a toy sensation for ’90s kids, but these chatty, distinctive-looking fluffballs are still captivating youngsters to this day.
Children who run amok at Toccoa Riverside Restaurant might earn their parents a fine.
These vintage Polly Pocket toys from the ’90s and beyond are fun for more than just nostalgia; they could pack some serious cash into your wallet, too.
The kids‘ TV classic is reinventing itself after more than a half-century on the air.
Rainbow Dash is up against the Decepticons this year in a vicious battle for toy supremacy.
In the 1970s, Big Bird went to the big house (literally) when "Sesame Street" launched a prison daycare program.
LEGO’s new bricks in honor of Blindness Awareness Month form braille symbols with the toy’s classic studs.
In 1990, kids went crazy for lip-syncing Turtles who were rocking out live on stage—and trying not to pass out in the process.
UNICEF is as big a part of Halloween as a carved pumpkin. Here's how that relationship began.
Disney’s 'Frozen' might have come out in 2013, but it’s still a hit with kids (and Disney adults) to this day.
Suggestive lyrics from bands like Twisted Sister led to the 1985 Parents Music Resource Center Senate hearing on whether musicians should be allowed to rock without parental supervision.
'Sesame Street' has a long history of teaching kids how to deal with traumatic events. In the wake of 9/11, the show's creators wanted to find a way to bring the real-world horror to their young audience's attention.
A new European route is offering child-free seating for travelers.
The controversial 1964 children's book about a codependent tree was adapted into a 1972 animated short.
Whether you’re a nostalgic kid-at-heart or a parent shopping for kids of your own, here are some fun retro back-to-school products from the 1970s, ‘80s, and ‘90s that you can still buy today.
The official Disney Princess club only has 13 current members—here's why it lost two early inductees.
Are you thinking about naming your next baby ‘Barbie’? You’re not the only one.
After Labor Day, most kids in the United States will be back to hitting the books, and they’re probably not thrilled about it.