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A 4-year-old boy with a rare genetic disorder's photo was taken from his mother's blog and turned into a cruel Internet meme, which led the mom to fight back and report every version of the photo she could find. Then, she wrote a touching blog post.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning didn't just have the support of his teammates and coaches en route to his Super Bowl 50 victory; his biggest fans are members of his family.
It was a rough ride for passengers aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship when it was caught in a storm off the coast of North Carolina. Warned of hurricane force winds, the ship's crew told passengers they would try to "beat it," but conditions were far worse than expected.
At Super Bowl 50, Lady Gaga kicked off football's biggest night of the year with a stirring, rendition of the American national anthem that was reminiscent of the late Whitney Houston's performance at the same event 25 years earlier.
Actress Salma Hayek posted on Instagram Saturday to tell her fans about a hilariously awkward moment she experienced after an incident occurred on set.
Leigh Anne Tuohy, adoptive mom of "Blind Side" football star Michael Oher, talked about what her family has been up to since the 2009 film.
Social media scored a touchdown of love during the big night, dubbing referee No. 34 the #HotRef of the game.
Is age really just a number? According to Rebel Wilson, who reportedly lied about her age to better her chances of making it as an actress in Hollywood, the number should not be a factor.
This UCLA athlete rocked the floor mat on Saturday — and she took the win, too! Her dance moves weren't the only impressive part of her performance, as Sophina DeJesus also managed to perfectly stick the landings for each of her tumbling passes.
It's a safe bet that this home in the small coastal town of Newport, Oregon is the only one — here or anywhere — with an armorial flag behind which the 10th Earl of Shannon marched for 32 years in processions.
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