Family

Ten best family cars of 2017

Next to buying a house, choosing the car that's right for your family is one of the more challenging decisions you'll make as the head of a household.You want safety, of course. Comfort, utility and economy are important, too. And don't forget about style.Luckily, Parents magazine teamed up with the car-buying experts at Edmund.com to help you find the car that meets all your needs, whether it's a minivan or midsized crossover.��������

Supreme Court strikes down citizenship law

The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law that treats children born overseas to unmarried parents differently for purposes of citizenship depending upon whether the biological father or mother is a US citizen.

'My body is awesome': Trans man expecting first child

Like most anyone in their third trimester of pregnancy, Trystan Reese is dealing with cravings and heartburn. But unlike most first-time parents, Reese is a transgender man who is expecting a baby with his partner of seven years, Biff Chaplow. The Portland, Oregon, couple will welcome a son in July.

Study: Babies sleep longer in their own rooms

The sooner babies get their own rooms, the longer they'll sleep on average, according to a new study that breaks with the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

10 best places for families to live

Where should families flock? HomeUnion offers some ideas in its list of the best places for families to live based on quality schools and home prices. Here are the top 10. 

Extreme course obstacle races for families, too

We've all seen posts by those crazy friends doing an obstacle race -- mud runs where they jump into icy pools of water, climb over high walls and army crawl under barbwire. Pure torture. Now you can sign up for these -- and bring the children!

Want more affection? Have more sex

Want to have a more affectionate relationship with your life partner? Carve out time to have more sex. That's the takeaway of a series of four studies of committed couples in both the United States and Switzerland.

How to make sense of the school choice debate

During her time as education secretary, Betsy DeVos has made it very clear she supports educational choice. This week, she even went as far as calling opponents of the movement "flat earthers" who are holding America's children back.