Children

China Denies Aid to ‘Ice Boy’ After Most Public Donations to Him Confiscated

The father of China’s “Ice Boy” Wang Fuman, a then-eight year old photographed with a head covered by icicles after an hour-long walk along a frigid mountain path to get to school, said on Thursday his family has been denied public assistance despite the viral sensation caused by the photo, while most of the donations sent by concerned Chinese citizens were confiscated and given to other children.

This photo taken on January 11, 2018 shows Wang Fuman, also known as "Frost Boy", in Ludian in China's southwestern Yunnan province. A viral photo of a Chinese boy whose hair is encrusted with ice after his hour-long walk to school in freezing temperatures has stirred debate about the impact …

Silicon Valley’s Next Big Thing: Baby Food

A new Silicon Valley baby food delivery service has raised millions of dollars investors in a round of funding including high tech darlings Warby Parker and Harry’s. Yumi delivers fresh baby food directly to its customers as the Masters of the Universe hope to replace Gerber and other traditional baby food brands.

Baby messily eating food

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki Limits Her Kids Time on YouTube

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki stated in a recent interview with 60 Minutes that she limits the amount of time her children spend on YouTube. She also limits them to using the YouTube Kids app, which has repeatedly had trouble with inappropriate content in the past few years.

Google-owned Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki

Nolte: Media ‘Pros’ Publish Fake News That Trump Has 100,000 Migrant Kids in Custody — Citing 2015 Stats

When it comes to smearing the Trump administration — be it the Russia Collusion Hoax or this stupid impeachment process — evidence, facts, and common sense no longer matter. If it makes Trump look bad, the media simply play stenographer — be it for the Deep State, a bunch of witnesses who witnessed nothing, or this dishonest lame-brain working for the corrupt United Nations.

(INSET: Barack Obama) SEATAC, WA - JUNE 09: Javier Tapia (left), age 5, and his brother, Charlie Tapia, age 7, from Seattle, look at a Federal Detention Center holding migrant women on June 9, 2018 in SeaTac, Washington. The boys, whose family is originally from Mexico, were here as part …