The Hobby Lobby Challenge Is Inspiring Teens to Make Meme Masterpieces

Image Source: Kelsey Maggart Something special is happening all over the country: teens are congregating in mundane stores — the kind of big-box relics you typically see in strip malls — and creating art. The now-viral Hobby Lobby Challenge asks its participants to produce remarkable photo shoots in the

Teens are abandoning Facebook in droves

Teens are fleeing Facebook faster than previously anticipated, according to a study released Monday. The analysis from research firm eMarketer shows that in 2018, fewer than half of Americans ages 12 to 17 will use the social network at least once a month. Instead, younger users are flocking toward Snapchat.

15 Funny And Heartfelt Parenting Quotes From Chris Rock

Chris Rock knows the ups and downs that come with raising kids. The comedian has two daughters, 15-year-old Lola and 13-year-old Zahra, with his ex-wife, Malaak Compton-Rock. Over the years, Rock has made jokes and spoken earnestly about being a father ― from diaper duty to the teenage years. In honor

Teen survives brain injuries after screw pierces skull

A Maryland teen was “a millimeter” away from bleeding to death after a freak accident plunged a screw into his skull, according to media reports. Darius Foreman, 13, was constructing a treehouse when he fell and knocked over a wooden plank, CNN reported. More On: accidents Mom dies after being struck by falling

CEO says company working to stop ‘Tide pod challenge’

NEW YORK — Procter & Gamble says it’s working to stop the “Tide Pod challenge,” a social media-fueled trend in which teenagers eat single-load laundry detergent packets. The American Association of Poison Control Centers warned last week that it had seen a spike in teenagers eating the detergent pods,

Teen allegedly posted video of murdered stepdad on Snapchat

A 19-year-old Denver man is accused of stabbing his stepfather to death — and then posting the grisly aftermath in a video to Snapchat. “Hey guys I just killed him. I just killed him. I just killed him,” Nickolas Khalil Vinson can be heard saying in the social media

Driver critically hurt by sandbag tossed from overpass

A Michigan man was left critically wounded after four teens hurled a sandbag from an Ohio interstate overpass, according to reports. The victim, Marquise Byrd of Warren, was sitting in the front passenger seat of a vehicle traveling south on I-75 Tuesday night when a sandbag plunged through the

Teacher found with missing teen says police statements were coerced

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A Tennessee school teacher who led police on a nationwide manhunt after running away with a 15-year-old student is arguing that statements he made after his arrest were coerced and should not be used in court. Brent Horst, an attorney for 50-year-old Tad Cummins, made the

Creep convicted of luring teen to US for sex on Snapchat

see also A Queens man — who met an Australian girl on Snapchat and lured her to America for sex — was convicted in Brooklyn federal court Friday, officials said. Sean Price, 39, faces up to life in prison after jurors found him guilty on four felony counts. Price met the

No one knows why teen stole her mother’s car before fatal crash

A New Jersey cheerleader died in a crash after stealing her mom’s car — and authorities still don’t know where she was headed or why. Brooke Costanzo, 16, had recently obtained her learner’s permit when she jumped into her mother’s Honda Pilot without permission Sunday evening and drove nearly

Rise in teen suicide connected to social media popularity: study

CHICAGO — An increase in suicide rates among US teens occurred at the same time social media use surged and a new analysis suggests there may be a link. Suicide rates for teens rose between 2010 and 2015 after they had declined for nearly two decades, according to data

Rise in teen suicide connected to social media popularity: study

CHICAGO — An increase in suicide rates among U.S. teens occurred at the same time social media use surged and a new analysis suggests there may be a link. Suicide rates for teens rose between 2010 and 2015 after they had declined for nearly two decades, according to data

Teen killed 7-year-old in school bathroom to get out of taking exams: cops

An “academically weak” teenager in India killed a seven-year-old schoolmate because he wanted to get exams and parent-teacher conferences postponed, police said. Indian police arrested the 16-year-old Wednesday for slitting his young schoolmate’s throat in September, AFP reported. “He admitted during questioning that he wanted to shut the school to

Mom ‘scared’ for daughter believed to be sex ring victim

The mom of a missing Pennsylvania teen believed to be in the clutches of a sex trafficking ring is pleading for her daughter’s safe return — and told The Post she’s even praying for the teen’s captors. “I want her to know that, by no means are we embarrassed

Mom arrested for allegedly selling drugs to teens

The mother of a high school student in California was arrested last month for allegedly selling various types of drugs to underage teenagers. Kimberly Quach, 48, is believed to have had a teenager sell drugs on her behalf to students in the Carmel Valley and La Jolla areas, The San Diego

Social media blamed for epidemic of teen girls harming themselves

Cases of self-harming among teenage girls have shot up by two-thirds in just three years, a study reveals. Experts warn increased levels of pressure and stress from social media use may be fuelling a rise in mental health issues. Reports of self-harm among girls aged from 13 to 16 rose by 68

Hundreds of teens throw rager in for-sale home while owners grab dinner

A Colorado couple felt “violated” when they found hundreds of teenagers holding an out-of-control party in their home, according to reports. Homeowner Mike Cox and his wife were out to dinner when they returned to find their home littered with partying youths and police assessing the situation, 7News Denver reported. More On: parties Woman

This sick Facebook game is encouraging kids to disappear

Kids as young as 14 are going missing for days at a time as part of a worrying new Facebook game called the “48-hour challenge.” The shocking challenge invites children to hide from their parents and loved ones for as long as possible, with participants awarded a higher score every time