Found families may ultimately lead to new ones.
Plus: What Orion is carrying to the moon, when you might be able to munch on some lab-grown meat, and more...
On its 25th anniversary, the ASFA is in bad need of reform.
If passed, same-sex couples wouldn’t need to worry about Supreme Court precedents.
Richard V. Reeves documents terrible trends and suggests solutions that don't come at the expense of women.
The EconTalk host and Wild Problems author talks about the limits of cost-benefit analyses.
Even if credentialed teachers help kids learn more, it’s not worth making D.C. day cares prohibitively expensive and pushing experienced teachers out of jobs.
A compromise to protect religious freedom may bring on more Republican support.
Whether the federal government should be subsidizing families at all is another matter.
Marco Rubio Says He Won't Vote To Eliminate the Defense of Marriage Act, But His Explanation Makes No Sense
Rubio says states should decide marriage laws, but DOMA is a federal law that overruled state regulation.
The debate isn’t a panorama of the whole American abortion war, but it is a snapshot of a key battle after a surprise victory, and it shows no path to peace.
There is demand for child tax credits, paid family leave, and funding for crisis pregnancy centers but the Rubio-Romney plan is not the answer.
A kid roaming the streets on his own is like an endangered species: once common, now rare, and worth trying to bring back.
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A new survey of single people confirms that we have more sexual choices than ever. Match.com's chief science adviser explains why such a libertarian outcome doesn't lead to libertinism.
Requiring kids as young as 5 to either get vaccinated or stay home is not as smart or as necessary as de Blasio claims.
The unique civic and economic role of voluntarism and charity has been a core part of American culture for centuries.
Taxing the Rich Isn't Enough to Pay for Democrats' Welfare State. They'll Need To Soak the Middle Class Too.
There simply aren't enough rich people to finance all the new spending.
Government domination of education has bred distrust and conflict.
A bride-to-be says the regulation is an irrational and unconstitutional restriction on her special day.
Plus: Appeals court considers whether nonstop surveillance violate due process, Utah governor signs porn filter bill into law, and more...
Cambridge Will Recognize Polyamorous Partnerships and Other Domestic Arrangements With More Than 2 Adults
Plus: An Iowa reporter is on trial for covering a Black Lives Matter protest, Arkansas governor signs abortion ban, and more...
While these laws are intended to save children's lives in the event of an accident, Nickerson and Solomon argue that the effect on birthrates is much bigger.
New Justice Amy Coney Barrett expresses concerns about wider implications of antidiscrimination policies.
Couple Barred from Fostering Their 1-Year-Old Great-Granddaughter Because of They Oppose Homosexuality and Gender Transitioning
The Washington Department of Child, Youth, and Families reached this decision based on the purely hypothetical possibility that maybe the 1-year-old might eventually be attracted to girls, or might want to transition to being a boy; but a federal judge just held in the great-grandparents’ favor.
DIY approaches to education—including homeschooling, learning pods, and microschools—are gaining popularity as public schools fold under pressure.
Do COVID-19 Complications With Marriage Licenses Show It's Time To Get the Government Out of Marriage?
Post-pandemic deregulation will be more complicated than it looks.
And five examples of parents wisely letting their kids go—and grow.
Adultery and prostitution outweigh spousal and child abuse in USCIS guidelines, but ultimately the call is made on a case-by-case basis.