Former ‘The View’ co-host Debbie Matenopoulos, 39, shared a double dose of news with People Magazine – she’s married and pregnant! Matenopoulos married Jon Falcone, a 36-year-old photographer, in Greece over the summer after two years of dating. The two met through mutual friends in... More »Debbie Matenopoulos Reveals She's Married and Pregnant
Photos of Prince George enjoying a curious meeting with a bilby named after him while on a trip to Sydney’s Taronga Zoo on Sunday not only elicited a collective “aww” from the Internet, but also posed the (very serious) question: what on earth is a... More »What the Heck is a Bilby?
Stuart Scott is an ESPN original and the man GQ Magazine once said put the hip-hop in sportscasting. When the “Sportscenter” anchor is not at ESPN’s studios, he can be found once or twice a month practicing mixed-martial arts wearing sunglasses, for a very specific... More »Why ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Refuses to Let Cancer Win
For most women, carrying their own baby is the ultimate joy, seen time and time again in movies, on TV and in magazines. More and more women, however, are turning to surrogates to carry their babies, not because they cannot conceive, but because they do... More »'Social Surrogacy' an Option for Moms-to-Be Who Shun Pregnancy
Prince George crawls, has a voice that could “match any lion’s roar,” according to his dad, and sells out any stroller, romper or shoes he’s spotted in. What’s not to love? Nothing according to one young cougar who wore her heart on her sleeve,... More »See the Toddler Who Proposed to Prince George
A young woman who tearfully and publicly confessed to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that she was an undocumented immigrant was praised by Clinton for being “incredibly brave.” Actress America Ferrera moderated the event Thursday at the Lower East Side Girls Club in New... More »Teenager Tearfully Confesses Undocumented Status To Hillary Clinton
It’s impossible to talk about the Clintons these days without mentioning 2016 in the same breath. And the announcement of Chelsea Clinton’s pregnancy is proving to be no different. People are already speculating about how – or if – the new Clinton grandchild could affect Hillary Clinton’s... More »Will Clinton Baby Affect 2016, and Is It Sexist to Ask?
Deadly Virus Has Killed 93 People Worldwide More »SARS-Like MERS Virus Spreads Among Health Care Workers
It would appear we’re all in the wrong profession. David Anderson, of Murfreesboro, Ark., just found a 6.19-carat white diamond at the Crater of Diamonds State Park, and he doesn’t even plan to keep it. The treasure hunter is reportedly planning to sell the diamond... More »Man Finds 6-Carat Diamond in Park, Doesn't Plan to Keep It
From Natural Gas-Run Garbage Trucks to Edible Schoolyards, These Cities are Leading the Pack More »7 Super Green US Cities To Visit for Earth Day
The soon-to-be “Jersey Shore” mother is not happy about her pregnancy! ‘Snooki & JWoww’ star Jenni Farley, known more commonly as JWoww, is expecting her first child, a baby girl, with fiancé Roger Mathews in July. When Farley, 28, first announced her pregnancy, she said... More »Why JWoww Hates Being Pregnant
'I'm Now the Poster Child For Not Believing Everything I'm Told,' She Said More »Valerie Harper Corrects Magazine: 'I Am Not Absolutely Cancer-Free. I Wish I Were'
When the varsity hockey team at Billerica Memorial High School in Billerica, Mass., was brainstorming ways to help a young pee-wee hockey player with leukemia, they came up with the typical fundraising ideas like a 5-K race. Then, one of their teammate’s father, Glen Corbett,... More »High School Students Sacrifice Cellphones for Kid With Leukemia
Donna Tartt's breakthrough novel "The Goldfinch" has scooped the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, ahead of "The Woman Who Lost Her Soul" by Bob Shacochis and "The Son" by Phillip Meyer. More »'The Goldfinch' wins fiction Pulitzer
Suspect Could Face the Death Penalty For Shooting Rampage, Prosecutor Says More »Accused Kansas Shooter In Wheelchair For Court Appearance
Two-thirds of Americans approve of the federal government’s handling of its investigation into the Boston Marathon bombing and nearly six in 10 hold a favorable view more generally of the government’s efforts to try to prevent terrorist attacks in the United States. Those results in... More »Broad Public Approval for Feds on Boston Bombing Investigation
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Salvage Effort Costing $8 Million So Far Has Yielded Only Junk More »$3B Sunken Treasure? Questions Over Whether Hunt For WWII Bullion Is Fishy or Legit