A consumer advocacy group is reminding parents of the dangers of classic summertime toys like baby pools, high-powered water guns and inflatable pool rings.
Holiday toy shopping just got a lot easier: Pediatricians say the best toys for young children are simple, old-fashioned toys like blocks and puzzles rather than costly electronic games or the latest high-tech gadgets.
Gift-giving holidays are right around the corner and “Toy Guy” Chris Byrne offers up some tips for figuring out what your kids would enjoy opening the most.
Now that Toys R Us has closed its doors, retailers online and in-stores are working to replace what used to be the go-to option for holiday shopping.
When it comes to selecting gifts for kids, however, toys are an easy and fun choice. But they often mean more clutter than joy. Here are other ways to approach holiday gifts.
“Cyberbots — we call them Grinch bots — are expanding their reach and unfairly scooping up the hottest toys before parents can even hit buy,” Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says.
As holiday shopping prepares to enter high gear, a national consumer safety group is raising concerns about what it calls “dangerous and toxic” toys on store shelves.
Major retailers have released their predictions for the hottest holiday toys. If you have kids on your gift list and want to avoid a sold-out debacle, it’s time to get serious.
The co-author of the new book “Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech,” shares some of the best new gadgets for girls to play with that are also meant to keep their brains active all summer long.
CES may bill itself as technology playground for adults but one key marketplace at the world’s gathering place for innovation is clearly kiddie-tech.
Your house isn’t any bigger than before Christmas, so what do you do with all those new toys? These strategies may help.
Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, and Sookie St. James, figurines come in December, right after the “Gilmore Girls” limited series reboot on Netflix.
WASHINGTON — With less than a month before Christmas, the National Retail Federation (NFR) is out with this year’s top toys list, showing what kids want and what adults are buying this holiday season. For 2015, the…
WASHINGTON — The late Marion Barry years ago started a holiday tradition to help provide Christmas toys for kids in Ward 8 who might otherwise not get one. This Christmas, his son carried it on. On…
WASHINGTON — What do you get for the child who has everything? Maybe a piece of your own childhood would be the perfect gift to put under the tree. Toy companies are listening, and some…
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