NPR's Neda Ulaby investigates a trend in toys that sounds awfully familiar: Manufacturers are finding new ways to get kids interested in playing with blocks, both real and virtual.
How did we get all the way to World War Z?
What do you do with something that seems designed only to offend? Ignore it, or say something?
We've gotten our hands on an exclusive excerpt from the sequel to the Superman smash (by making it up ourselves).
There was a time — a time long, long ago — when MySpace dominated the teen social-media world. Not anymore. NPR's Sami Yenigun looks at how teenagers use various social platforms in today's increasingly segmented online universe.
What do you expect when you ask a terrible question in a ridiculous setting?
The NFL has a new bag policy that won't allow camera bags, seat cushions, or — gasp! — purses.
Adventure Time isn't your typical cartoon, but it's capturing an audience of kids and adults who believe it's getting at something special.
On this week's show, awards excitement and a whole lot of great music where people get into a whole lot of back and forth.
With theaters — particularly larger theaters — chock full of men's stories, where did the women go?
The first trailer for the next Hobbit movie has arrived.
When parents aren't sure how to approach a difficult subject, they sometimes turn to other media — and Linda Ellerbee is happy to lend a hand. She's been the host of Nickelodeon's NickNews for 22 years, and her one rule of thumb is don't dumb it down.
On July 4th, MTV will be about music for 12 entire hours. Try to contain your shock.
Some experts are concerned that both in-school assignments and the books kids read for pleasure may not be challenging them enough.
Margot Adler looks at Broadway audiences and whether they've gotten more boorish.