Jamie Lynn is seeing blue: Britney took her little sister shopping at the trendy Petit Tresor store in California, and it looks like Jamie Lynn is expecting a baby boy. Britney said they were shopping for her two sons, but spies say the shopping cart was filled with must-haves for a
Air travel with kids may get easier: Denver and Salt Lake City are the first airports to try "family" check-point lanes in order to ease the pressure on parents struggling through security with young children. The TSA says the screening is the same, and they hope the concept will speed up security lines. Parents are hoping it'll cut down on whining. Keep Reading...
Little woman gives birth to big baby: Stacey Herald, a 33-year-old mother from Kentucky, who has a rare genetic disorder and is only 28 1/2 inches, gave birth to an 18-inch baby. Congrats!
Exchanged student's drastic weight loss: Jonathan McCullum moved to Egypt for a year abroad and found himself living with a host family who fasts for 200 days a year. After only four months,
Jonathan returned to the U.S. weighing 97 pounds (down from 155) and in danger of a heart attack, claiming he was denied food.
Growing fears of a recession: President Bush said America is not slipping into a recession, but was unaware that gas prices will reach $4.00 this spring. Americans, on the other hand, are facing high-energy costs, an unstable market place, and rising prices at the grocery store.Keep Reading...
Prince Harry serving in Afghanistan: The British media agreed to not report the details of Prince Harry's military deployment, but a U.S. Web site leaked that he's fighting on the front lines in Afghanistan. Harry has already served 10 weeks of his four month tour.
Spanking may lead to sexual problems: A new report finds that children who are physically punished are more likely to engage in masochistic sex, high risk sexual activity or coerce sexual partners.
Ashley Tisdale doll keeps old nose: The High School Musical fan favorite may have gone under the knife to get a new nose, but her doll skipped surgery. Looks like that doll just became an instant collector's item. Keep Reading...
Panel recommends all kids get the flu shot: A unanimous decision by an advisory committee to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention said all U.S. children between the ages of six months and 18 years old should get the flu shot. Keep Reading...
Teens are angry for a reason: Scientists have
finally figured out why teenagers become completely irrational when
they fight with Mom and Dad. Turns out that when the region of a teen's
brain that controls emotions is enlarged, they are more likely to be
aggressive. Wow! We never thought there'd be an actual explanation. Now
can those researchers get it to stop?!
People's exclusive first look at Nicole Richie's baby: New Mom Richie and her little girl, Harlow, grace the magazine's cover this week. You can get a sneak peek right here!
Big Brother contestant fired from job: After saying, on the show, that he could call children with autism retarded because he worked with them... Keep Reading
Pamela Anderson says "I Don't" to 2-month marriage: The on-again, off-again love affair of Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon is off again, with the former playmate asking a judge to annul her marriage due to fraud. Pam may be good at motherhood, but marriage just doesn't seem to be her thing.
9-year-old girl kicked out of tennis club: A rising tennis star was told she could no longer practice at her favorite sports club because she grunts too loudly. Lauryn Edwards says grunting like her favorite tennis player, Maria Sharapova, improves her game.
Colin Farrell speaks out about his son's illness: James Farrell, 4, was diagnosed with the rare neurological disease Angelman syndrome, which affects speech and motor skills. Colin credits early intervention for James' tremendous progress, and the proud father says his son is "a gift" and "exactly the way he should be." Keep Reading...
Obama photo surfaces on eve of critical debate: According to the Drudge Report website, an Associated Press photo of Barack Obama wearing a white turban and wraparound robe during a 2006 trip to his father's homeland in Kenya was being circulated by "Clinton staffers." Hillary Clinton's campaign denies any wrongdoing, but controversy is brewing on what may or may not be a smear tactic.
Georgia school district plans to segregate students by sex: The same school district that segregated students by race nearly 40 years ago plans to place boys in one classroom and girls in another. The Greene County school district is set to become the first in the nation to go entirely single-sex in hopes of improving poor test scores, soaring dropout rates, and high numbers of teen pregnancies.
American adults drop or change religion: A new study from the Pew Forum finds that half of adults practice a different faith than the one in which they were raised or abandon religion completely. Twenty-five percent of young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 say they have no affiliation with religion.
Diddy dresses J.Lo's twins?: Sean "Diddy" Combs had nothing but nice things to say about his ex, Jennifer Lopez, when approached by People on Oscar's red carpet. "I'm going to send her some Sean John baby clothes." Is getting a baby gift from an ex sweet or just weird?
Get to work, Mom: This morning's Today show featured a woman who said stay-at-home Moms can still make six-figure salaries. Could this be the end of the Mommy Wars, or an idea too good to be true? Keep Reading...