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It's a girl for Halle Berry: The time has finally arrived. Actress Halle Berry and her boyfriend, Gabriel Aubry, welcomed a baby girl on Sunday. With Halle and Gabriel's genes, that's a baby picture we can't wait to see!

Dennis Quaid relives twins' hospital nightmare: Actor Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly spoke about the horrifying medical mistake that almost killed their newborn twins on 60 Minutes last night. The twins received a dangerous blood thinner overdose that caused them to bleed out from multiple areas of their bodies. The new parents have filed a negligence lawsuit against the pharmaceutical company.

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OK! Magazine uncovers baby-rearing secrets of Hollywood Moms: If you want to know all about Suri Cruise's wardrobe, Jennifer Garner's no-TV rule for Violet, or compare parenting styles with other A-List moms, pick up this weeks issue of OK! Magazine on newsstands now.

Nanny abuse caught on tape: Despite doing a background check, two working parents were shocked when they set up a hidden video camera and found their child's 60-year-old nanny violently shaking their 5-month-old daughter. It's creating panic in Moms everywhere--some are afraid of sitters altogether, and others are running out for cameras. What about you? Keep Reading...


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Minnie Driver expecting a little mini-me: The rumor mill has been churning for the past few weeks, and actress Minnie Driver has finally confirmed she is expecting her first child. No word on who the baby daddy is, but Minnie did say she is sick all the time. Welcome to the joys of pregnancy!

NY Governor may face prosecution: Eliot Spitzer's resignation will go into effect on Monday, but his legal team is trying to reach a deal to keep the embattled governor out of jail for spending tens of thousands of dollars on prostitutes.

Mom won't face jail time for leaving child alone in car: Prosecutors dropped all charges against Treffly Coyne, who was facing up to a year in prison for leaving her sleeping 2-year-old daughter alone in her car. Mom•Logic spoke exclusively to Treffly's husband on the eve of her case dismissal.

Are glass baby bottles making a comeback? Animal testing showed that Bisphenol A, a common chemical in many plastic baby bottles had "hormone-like effects on the reproductive system" and says more studies are needed to determine if they are dangerous to your baby's health. The FDA insists that plastic bottles containing the manmade chemical are safe. Do you use glass or plastic?

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Amy Winehouse's Dad blames himself: Mitch Winehouse says his long-term affair, which ultimately led to divorcing Amy's mother, plays a role in his daughter's current struggles. Amy's father says his children used to refer to his mistress as "Daddy's work wife," and he thinks his daughter turned to music and then drugs to deal with the painful family event.

President Bush practicing diplomacy: The president's daughter Jenna is getting married in May, and he's learning to walk a fine line when it comes to spending decisions. Bush said he's flexing his diplomacy muscle to keep the peace during the planning process. We're not going to touch this one. Keep Reading...


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Melissa Joan Hart gives birth to second son: "Sabrina" is no longer a teenage witch, she's a mother of two! Hart and her husband, Mark Wilkerson, welcomed their second child, Braydon Hart Wilkerson, Wednesday after 10 hours of labor. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Hart told People magazine she's happy to bring a sibling home to her 2-year-old son Mason.

Geraldine Ferraro resigns from Clinton campaign: After commenting that Senator Barack Obama would not be a viable candidate for president if he was not black, the former vice president nominee stepped down from her position on Senator Clinton's finance committee. Ferraro would not apologize for her comments and says they weren't racist.

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Britney makes comeback: Mama Brit has had a rough few months, but (fingers crossed) seems to be heading in a new direction. Spears will guest star on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother March 24 playing a receptionist in a dermatologist's office.

Illinois Mom on trial for leaving kids in car: Treffly Coyne, a mother of three, will go on trial tomorrow for leaving her 2-year old sleeping in her car for a few minutes, while she was 10 yards away with her other daughters dumping change in a salvation army kettle. She faces up to a year in jail and a $2,500 fine. Was her arrest valid or bogus? Later today: Mom•Logic's exclusive interview with Treffly's husband.

Arrest made in UNC student murder: Police arrested a "person of interest" in the March 5 killing of 22-year-old Eve Carson. No other details were available about the potential suspect. The board of trustees at the University of North Carolina have offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case. Keep Reading...

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Obama wins big in Mississippi: Senator Obama widened his lead over Hillary Clinton after a sizeable victory in the Mississippi primary yesterday. Meanwhile, Obama dismissed comments by Clinton supporter and former vice presidential nominee, Geraldine Ferraro, who said "if Obama was a white man, he would not be in this position. And if he was a woman (of any color) he would not be in this position. He happens to be very lucky to be who he is. And the country is caught up in the concept." It's going to be a bumpy road to the convention.

Gilligan's Mary Ann busted with Mary Jane: Actress Dawn Wells was arrested for driving under the influence and possessing drug paraphernalia and a controlled substance after her surprise 69th birthday party. Wells cut a deal and will only serve five days in jail and pay a $410 fine. What would the Skipper say about this?Keep Reading...

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MTV Rocks the Cradle: A new reality show featuring the offspring of famous musicians premieres on MTV April 3. The wanna-be rising stars will compete in front of a live studio audience with their celeb parents watching and be judged for a chance at fame. Olivia Newton-John's daughter and Kenny Loggins' son are among the contestants.

One out of four teen girls has an STD: More than 3 million U.S. teenage girls have a sexually transmitted disease according to a new report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common STD in girls 14-19 years old. Keep Reading...


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Obama dismisses talk of VP: Campaigning in Mississippi, Senator Obama said he leads Senator Clinton in delegates and votes and has no interest in serving as her vice president. Voters in Mississippi head to the polls today where Obama holds a double-digit lead and is expected to easily defeat Clinton.

Pregnant 16-year-old allegedly abducted at knifepoint: Police are searching for Ashlee Crocitto, a California teen who went missing Saturday morning along with her 20-year-old allegedly abusive boyfriend, Carlos Antonio. The expectant teen mom called home twice saying she's "safe" but authorities are continuing to search, fearing she's being held against her will.

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Madonna enters Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Today, the Material Mom is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Some question whether she's worthy of such an honor. Debate that if you like, but any Mom that still kicks butt on stage at her age is definitely worthy of something.

Kids go high tech and parents need to catch up: Teens today skip talking on the phone (or even in person) and instead rely heavily on text messaging to communicate, forcing parents to catch up with modern technology. It's also said the techno-reliant generation is never actually left to make decisions on their own, since parents and friends are just a text away at all times. Is each advancement just creating a bigger monster? Keep Reading...


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