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The 70-Year-Old Trophy Wife

When envisioning a gleaming, medically enhanced future in which things like implant technology, super-personalized medicine, and organ regen


The Jetson Fallacy

Much longer lifespans could explode the nuclear family.


Perfect is the Enemy of the Good Work-Life Balance

Twenty-one years ago, as she hurriedly pumped breast milk in a LaGuardia airport bathroom stall between flights,Debora Spar wryly reflected


Is Child-care Policy Today Similar to Past Education Reform?

David Gray argues child-care policy is similar to past efforts at education reform.


Why Women Still Can't Have It All

A groundbreaking article that disrupted the prevailing notion that work-family balance was within reach for every woman.


New Leadership at the Administration of Children and Families


Event Coverage: What Constitutes Good Family Values?

Families are on the front lines of the culture wars.