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Need to entertain your baby? There's an app for that. But whether or not mobile device applications are actually educating your baby is under debate. An advocacy group has filed a federal complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. Jeffrey Brown talks to Dr. Michael Rich of Boston Children's Hospital.
After months of waiting, Senate Republicans who had objected to Donald Berwick's appointment as Medicare chief got their first chance to question the new agency head Wednesday.
Judy Woodruff talks to Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., who is retiring after 24 years in Congress. Lieberman reflects on the mass shooting at Sandy Hook and his proposal for a commission to review possible gun control laws, as well as the budget deal negotiations and Washington partisanship.
After a year of lawsuits and public outcry, the Obama administration proposed today that women employed by nonprofit religious institutions must get free access to birth control as promised under the health law, but their employers will not have to pay for it.
We're tracking Instagram photos tagged with #NYE to see how people around the world are ringing in the New Year.
With its layers of flavor that create a perfect balance of sweet and savory, this ginger chicken dish is not like any mundane chicken teriyaki. Get the full recipe at the Fresh Tastes blog.
Are you trying to determine whether your child should have a cell phone? Ask yourself these important questions.
Chef Jacques Torres pays tribute to Julia Child and remembers the times cooking with her.
Dr. Seuss's beloved capped cat joins his friends Nick and Sally on globe-tripping adventures, where they make scientific discoveries in the natural world around them. Watch the show on Saturdays and Sundays at 6:30 a.m. on WYCC.
Nate Ball is an inventor, entrepreneur, athlete, musician, and TV host of the PBS KIDS series Design Squad. Join the discussion he's leading on how to encourage children to explore the world of engineering in order to help them develop lifelong skills.