Domestic Workers Finally Get Some Rights

Just in time for Labor Day, domestic workers in New York state got a gift of sorts -- a workers' bill of rights, which Gov. David Paterson signed into law last week. The measure guarantees nannies, housekeepers and care providers to the elderly are paid overtime, get time off and are protected against sexual harassment.

The nanny bubble gets bigger

This week, Forbes takes a peek inside the world of professional nannies and finds that some of them are making more than $100,000 a year. It seems...

Hire your own virtual nanny

First, there was Mary Poppins, and for a brief time, a short-lived 1970s sitcom called Nanny and the Professor. Then Supernanny, the popular ABC...