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The Latest on Jennifer Hudson

The nation is still reeling from the news of "Dreamgirls" star Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother, and nephew being murdered in cold blood in Chicago. Here's the latest.


"Boys Will Be Boys" = A Free Pass to Bad Behavior?

Our expert explains why this phrase is very dangerous.


Casey Anthony Could Face Murder Charges

Today, Casey Anthony's fate rested with a grand jury, who decided if she will face more serious charges, even murder. They have returned an indictment in the case of missing toddler Caylee Anthony; it remains sealed pending an arrest.


Your Man is Having a Baby - With Someone Else

Check out Judge Jeanine Pirro's take on this sticky subject.


Watching Porn Isn't Cheating

Does your husband like porn -- and is this normal?


Casey Anthony Texts About 'Hot Body Contest'

We're now getting a glimpse at more of Casey Anthony's text messages -- and it's really turning our stomachs. Does this sound like a mother who's even remotely upset about her child being missing?


Momlogic's Very First Mom of the Year

Who will take home the 2007 title?

Barbara Walters just announced her "Most Fascinating Person of 2007"--J.K. Rowling. And Time Magazine is close to announcing their Person of the Year. Not being one to miss an opportunity, Mom•Logic is asking our own power Mom friends for their choice for 2007's Mom•Logic Mom of the Year.

Holly Robinson Peete, actress and Mom:

"Michelle Obama! She gets kids to school in the morning, is on the road campaigning during the day, and makes it a priority to tuck in kids at night. Hillary is a close second, but has no small children at home..."

Judge Jeanine Pirro:

Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor--for her pioneering career in breaking the glass ceiling for women lawyers. Her role as a wife and mother during the same period is indicative of a smart, strong, organized, caring and effective woman. My own mom exemplifies all of these qualities as well. Although not a lawyer, she gave me the confidence to believe that I could become a judge myself and a mom as well. I would prefer to nominate her for her selflessness and unconditional love--but she would tell me to go with Sandra Day O'Connor--typical of her selflessness.

Stay tuned for more "Mominations" (and comment below to Mominate someone yourself!)