Instability in Somalia Hampers Efforts to Aid Famine 'Tragedy'…
Encouraging kids to get their hands dirty and embrace a little danger in science.
A new study out Monday find that children's food allergies are now more common, and more severe. Gwen Ifill discusses the findings with Dr. Ruchi Gupta, the lead author of the study.
We're looking at the film "Skateistan: To Live and Skate Kabul," a documentary that follows the lives of young skateboarders in Afghanistan, this week as part of our partnership with The Economist magazine that showcases the art of filmmaking.
The full interview of Sesame Street's true blue monster, Grover, by Paul Solman.
A study found that self-control at age 3 predicts financial competence in adulthood. But does that finding make researchers fatalistically depressed or tremendously encouraged?…
Paul Solman heads to Sesame Street to see how they're teaching children how to save.
As part of his continuing coverage of Making Sen$e of financial news, business correspondent Paul Solman reports on how "Sesame Street" friends Elmo, Grover and Cookie Monster are teaching children smart ways to save and spend money -- and how…
In "Where Children Sleep", James Mollison photographs children around the world.
By Tom LeGro
On Monday's NewsHour Jeffrey Brown profiles singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant, who after a seven-year hiatus has just released a two-disc album titled "Leave Your Sleep," a collection of 26 traditional poems set to original music.
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