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"I need you to love them enough to demand change so parents that look like me aren’t afraid our children aren’t going to make it home."
The Oscar winner gushed about her oldest daughter during a Time 100 Talk discussion with Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate.
Ecclestone and his wife, Fabiana Flosi, 44, welcomed their first child together earlier this month.
The 3rd hour of TODAY co-host took to Instagram to honor her “precious” pair.
Think balloons, letter boards, matching shirts and more!
Measles isn’t common, but the condition does show up sometimes. If you’re concerned about measles, watch for these symptoms.
The TODAY with Hoda & Jenna co-host spoke to Parents magazine about her love of books and how she hopes to pass that passion down to her children.
These moms and dads of the internet made us laugh out loud.
The coronavirus pandemic forced the system of 1.1 million students to close in March.
Take a break, destress and pamper yourself this summer.
The Olympic gold medalist gave his baby daughter a fitting name.
An executive order comes as coronavirus cases in the state continue to surge, prompting concerns from some educators.
July is the peak month for lightning strikes across the United States.
Five of the six siblings are headed to college in the fall.
“I never thought twice about the shirt being a problem,” mom Deval Brockman said of her daughter's clothing.
Well done, Ollie!
The tragic death of two Ohio girls after a brick pillar holding the hammock collapsed on them, shows the danger of hammocks. With proper use, they are safe and fun.
In this new series, TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen – father of adventurous kids – will make your child the safest on the block.
The dad of three hits the nail on the head with this moving song about fatherhood.
With COVID-19, summer looks a little different this year. Follow these expert tips for a safe and healthy summer in the great outdoors.
"Everyone needs to have that uncomfortable conversation that that exists, and it’s wrong.”
The country singer said she took son Forrest to the emergency room when his bug bite turned into a painful boil.