Dozens of countries and institutions pledged more than $9 billion to help Pakistan rebuild from last summer's floods. But most of the pledges are for project loans still in the planning stages.
Children accounted for about two-thirds of the nearly 96,000 Georgians who lost their Medicaid coverage last month as part of the nationwide unwinding of a pandemic-era federal policy.
Read the letter emergency room pediatricians wrote to Georgia lawmakers about the gun crisis.
Neighbors, family and local officials cut the ribbon Tuesday on the new Frankie E. Lewis Park.
Maria Caprigno was one of the youngest people in the U.S. to get the surgery. As parents and doctors grapple with the obesity treatment for teens, Caprigno cites the long-term benefits.
Two abducted children who had been missing from Missouri for almost a year were found in a Florida grocery store with their non-custodial mother, who was taken into police custody, authorities said.
Children ages 19 and under died from COVID-19 at a rate at 1 per 100,000, making it rare, but still a leading cause of death among that age group.
The staff at the children's regional hospital in Kherson city, Ukraine, say they began fabricating orphans' medical records to make it appear like they were too ill to move.
The beloved children's TV show Sesame Street is back with an all-new season of shows devoted to diversity and inclusion. All of it is happening under the direction of a history-making new executive producer.
Children had more access to food in 2021 compared to the previous year. But for other groups such as the elderly and women living alone, food insecurity was on the rise, according to the U.S.
The 19 students and two teachers killed in the Uvalde, Texas, shooting were all in the same classroom, Lt. Christopher Olivarez of the Texas Department of Public Safety told CNN on Wednesday.
Mothercoin, by Elizabeth Cummins Muñoz, takes an intimate look at the lives of immigrant nannies in Houston, and how their work in private homes affects their relationship with their own children.
Officials in Atlanta’s Fulton County have signed a multi-agency document outlining how child abuse cases — which are rising in number — should be investigated.
Reading Rainbow, a program dedicated to children's literacy, aired on PBS for 23 years. LeVar Burton has won 12 Daytime Emmys and a Peabody Award for his work on the show.
No deaths were reported in tests, and there were no signs of myocarditis, or heart inflammation, as a side effect.