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"Even the smallest act of kindness can mean the world to someone."
The student and her mother are speaking out.
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The mother, whose teenage son died by suicide at a middle school, faces charges that include felony neglect of a dependent.
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The Princeton Review released "The Best 385 Colleges," entirely based on students' feedback.
The caption that accompanies the photo includes a big hint about the little one.
The "Flip or Flop" star, who welcomed son Hudson in September, told fans, "This is how new moms look."
Gellar's 10-year-old daughter saw "seven seconds" of "I Know What You Did Last Summer" before deciding she'd prefer a boy wizard's adventures.
"Andie walked up and said, 'I falled in the pool!' She was soaking wet and I looked at Gray and he was soaking wet and I just panicked.”
Caty Nixon had just finished an exhausting workweek when she broke down at her sister's house.
The hospital said all of the babies had been born prematurely, and the three deaths "may have been a result of the infection."
Soup's on and it looks delicious!
In this new series, TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen – father of adventurous kids – will make your child the safest on the block.
Adam Sandler and his daughters performed the Taylor Swift song "Lover" at the Rock4EB! charity event in Malibu over the weekend.
Coach Chris Astacio was determined to give a group of girls, from one of New York City's most dangerous neighborhoods, something to believe in.
He's got a pretty spicy sense of humor!
He's having a pretty, pretty good time.