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This father's pandemic hobby helped him bond with his son and led to a new career path.
In an essay published on Medium and Twitter, the journalist addressed sexism, the erasure of victims and her treatment in the press and in popular culture over the last 14 years.
Clearly, she wants to be "Potomac 4 Life."
Tan France talks about fatherhood, dad style, and hints about his baby's name in new interview with TODAY.
Jodi Montgomery filed a motion saying she agrees with the pop star's request to remove her father as conservator of the estate.
The country singer opened up about her life in a fun interview with Andy Cohen.
"Harry Potter" villain Dolores Umbridge is now British royalty in the upcoming season of the hit Netflix drama.
Ronco's Showtime Rotisserie & BBQ, and Popeil's late-night infomercials pitching it, helped inscribe the phrase "set it and forget it" into the American lexicon.
It looks like someone has stolen Miriam's "Haart"!
Odenkirk plays the titular character in the TV series, which is in production for its sixth season.
The 29-year-old rapper is receiving widespread criticism for his comments about HIV, AIDS and the LGBTQ community.
Stause shared several PDA-filled pics of her and Oppenheim on Instagram.
Her concerns were for his safety, and their family.
The baby's due date is Christmas Day.
The country music star opened up about finding purpose after a string of devastating family losses.
The song, "I Have Seen the Rain," was written by her dad while serving in Vietnam.
"King Richard" tells the inspiring true story of how Richard Williams raised two of the world's most famous athletes.
The actor has been married for 36 years.
See the TODAY co-anchor's sweet, funny and totally relatable response to witnessing an amazing gymnastics feat.
“As Asian Americans, we have this dichotomy of the pressure of Asian culture and what it wants us to be and then American culture,” Yumi Nu said.
The coaches, including newcomer Ariana Grande, are "hopelessly devoted" to the upcoming season.