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Laura T. Coffey

Laura T. Coffey is a senior writer, editor and producer for TODAY and is the author of the best-selling non-fiction book "My Old Dog: Rescued Pets with Remarkable Second Acts." Connect with Laura here.

Laura T. Coffey is a senior writer, editor and producer for TODAY and is the author of the best-selling non-fiction book "My Old Dog: Rescued Pets with Remarkable Second Acts." Connect with Laura here.

Latest from Laura T. Coffey

31d ago

How to observe Memorial Day and help military families in 2022

There are so many ways to show support and respect.
54d ago

Why the woman who created Mother's Day hated it so much

She started the holiday in honor of her own mother, but later regretted it.
55d ago

Post Malone and his girlfriend are expecting their first baby

Post Malone is going to be a dad! The rapper said he is "excited" for the next chapter in his life with his girlfriend and baby on the way.
91d ago

Funny because it's true: The best of Cat and Nat's #MomTruth videos

When Cat and Nat share their hilarious "Mom Truths" videos on the TODAY Parenting Team, mothers everywhere snort coffee out of their noses.
116d ago

Babysitting rates are skyrocketing: See the average where you live

After-school child care and date nights are hitting parents in the pocketbook more than ever before.
135d ago

More kids under 5 than ever are sick with COVID: Take a rare look inside a pediatric ICU

COVID and children: Inside a children's hospital, there's a world that most people don't see.
136d ago

8 Valentine's Day crafts for non-crafty moms and dads

Crafts that are so easy and cute that you'll actually WANT to make them with your kids.
263d ago

Down syndrome stories: 21 things parents wish they knew

Veteran parents describe what it's actually like to raise a child with three copies of chromosome 21.
285d ago

The children who disappeared

An estimated 3 million US students vanished from school during the COVID-19 pandemic. Where did they go?
289d ago

Last 9/11 search dog's legacy lives on in rescue work — and in a furry kid sister

“Bretagne taught me the way,” dog handler Denise Corliss said, “and I continue to be able to do the work.”