Libby Ryan

Parents of children under age 6 will receive up to $300 a month and parents of kids ages 6 to 17 will receive up to $250 a month. The child tax credit is expected to drastically reduce child poverty in the U.S.
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"We are trapped in a caregiving crisis within an economic crisis within a public health crisis."
Girls Who Code founder and CEO Reshma Saujani and celebrities such as Amy Schumer and Gabrielle Union are calling on the Biden administration to pay mothers for unpaid labor and to pass policies addressing parental leave, affordable child care, and pay equity.
Nearly a year into the pandemic, there are many ways you can lessen the impact of the coronavirus crisis in your neighborhood, from participating in the national COVID-19 memorial to volunteering.
Coronavirus stimulus checks are on everyone's minds—here's the fine print and what you should do with yours when it comes.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the 2020 presidential election. And after such a contentious election season, kids are going to have questions. Here's how to help your kids digest the news.
Authorities have not been able to reunite 666 families who were separated at the border—three years after they were separated. And a new report shows that the administration knew this was a likely outcome before instituting the policy.
If you want to end child sex trafficking in the United States, that means ending homelessness, providing addiction care services, and supporting at-risk kids.
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Redditors shared insights into what teens need to know before entering the real world.
A new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics analyzed by the National Women's Law Center shows that 156,000 women lost jobs in December 2020, while men gained 16,000 jobs.
Following Chrissy Teigen's public announcement of her pregnancy loss, people on social media are calling for a change in how we talk about the topic.
Science has never mattered more and so Bill Nye wants to help kids to dive into learning about coronavirus, racism, and climate change.
New data shows that more than 78 percent of young people who die from the coronavirus are people of color.
To keep your kids snacking on the good stuff, follow these easy tips from celeb nutritionist and mom-of-two Keri Glassman.
A new study says one in three teens and young adults are at high risk of COVID-19 because of chronic diseases—and smoking and vaping.
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As the cut-off date for the extra pandemic unemployment payments looms, nearly 70 percent of parents said that their families are struggling financially because of the effects of the coronavirus crisis.
When one mom on Reddit shared that her husband calls her "the snack that smiles back," others chimed in with their breastfeeding nicknames.
Wearing masks is an important and easy good deed you can do to help your neighbors stay safe as the country opens back up.
Wondering what schools might look like with guidelines in place to lower the risk of contracting coronavirus in classrooms? These photos from countries where schools have already reopened hold some clues.
Just hours after a horrific act of terrorism in Kabul, mom Feroza Omar offered to breastfeed babies left motherless after the attack—and other mothers from around the city soon joined the efforts.
Out of more than 327,000 entries, Magnolia Earl stood out for her "joyful" expression and her happy personality.
Looking for inspiration for what you can do for moms from afar this year? These brands are giving back to their communities as well as celebrating moms.
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Out of activities for the kids? Steal some inspiration from these pillow forts created by families staying at home around the world.
Jack Knezevich is just 4-years-old, but in true fan spirit, he can tell you all about the characters of the famous space saga and could probably win a round of Star Wars trivia up against the masters.
Stefanie Trilling, New York mom of two, turned classic children's book covers into relatable scenes of social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis.