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A text messaging mix-up resulted in a hilarious moment for a couple of new parents in Georgia.
When Darryn Willoughby saw a student's daughter starting to fuss in the front row of his class, he didn't think twice about scooping up the little one and cradling her during his 55-minute lecture.
When a distraught woman pulled up to a coffee shop drive-thru window last week, the employees were there to give her much more than just a hot cup of java.
A 23-year-old Toronto student living at home just got schooled about failing to give his mother the respect she deserves.
It's been less than a year since David Letterman retired, but even his most devoted fans wouldn't know what to say if they saw him these days.
When I carried my twins to full-term in the dog days of summer, I was barely still able to walk at that stage of pregnancy. But I was still eager to express my personal style and feel comfortable.
Too many bad hair days? Experts Louis Licari and Rodney Cutler have just the solution for you: a new 'do!
Anthony Foxx, the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, said the entire system is broken: States get federal money and spend it as they wish, with little federal oversight.
The family who inspired the film, now in theaters, visited TODAY to tell their dramatic real-life story.
First, get ready to feel old: The first demo version of "MMMBop" is 20 years old this year. Next, get ready to be disappointed: You've probably been singing it wrong all these years.
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