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It's rare that a small startup is able to challenge the likes of Facebook and Snapchat in a meaningful way. But Houseparty, a teen-centric video chat app is managing to do just that. One year since launching publicly (the company spent several months...

 According to British anti-bullying organization Ditch The Label’s new annual survey, Instagram is the network of choice for cyberbullies in 2017 with Facebook close behind. This year’s survey collected results from 10,020 people bet...

 Vidcode, a Y Combinator-backed startup focused on teaching teens how to code, has raised $1.5 million in seed funding for its curriculum. While there are a number of learn-to-code platforms out there today, Vidcode’s approach is to make c...

Hey there, loyal Uber driver! Feel like picking up some passengers today? Great! How about some rascally teenagers?  No? Oh, well, hmm, what if we paid you $2 more? SEE ALSO: Uber will totally narc on teens Buried in the June 20 announcement tha...

Savannah, a 12-year-old girl, is giving a speech at her Utah church but is interrupted when an official at the church cuts off her microphone and tells her to sit down. He apparently did not like the fact that she was saying that God loved all parts...

I’ve had to remind myself, as I scroll through these photos of some teens at an under-18 nightclub who have all adopted the same bizarre, inscrutable pose, that teens are not known for graceful control over their body. We’ve all been here, at one...

Texas ranks third in the nation for having a high teen pregnancy rate (73 out of every 1000), behind New Mexico (80) and Mississippi (76). And it leads the nation in the rate of second teen pregnancies. Obviously, the state leaders are doing somethin...