Evelyn Yang, the wife of presidential hopeful Andrew Yang, spoke of her alleged sexual assault at the Women's March.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will lose their royal titles in the Spring.
Kelly Holstine, Minnesota's Teacher of the Year 2018 silently protested for marginalized communities.
The intimate meeting will reportedly include Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, Prince Charles, and Prince Harry. Meghan Markle may join by phone.
The two wedding-related websites are making major policy changes regarding promoting plantation weddings.
Amanda Jo Jones was abandoned as a baby in a Georgia dumpster. She's intent on finding the guardian angels who pulled her out.
When Candace Bushnell wrote her Sex and the City column in the New York Observer in the mid-90s, she covered sex, drugs, Manhattan hotspots and power players, and women who were trying to succeed in both their careers and their love lives. Her heroine Carrie Bradshaw was not-so-secretly based on her (she created the alter-ego because of her conservative parents). Mr. Big was based on her own off-again-on-again boyfriend Ron Galotti–then a bigwig at Condé Nast. Her column delved into the hilarious, shocking, lonely, and exciting world of being single in your 30s in Manhattan. It was insidery, revelatory, cool, hysterical, and you couldn’t wait to read each week’s column. As she wrote in a 2001 intro to the book, “Sex and the City set out to answer one burning question. Why are we still single? Now with a few years perspective on the issue, I can safely conclude that we are single because we want to be.” It was that frankness, and embrace of being independent, that made her writing so appealing to women who were more interested in leading rich lives than having marriage be their main goal.
The first year of parenthood is both exhilarating and terrifying — starting solid foods, crawling, and walking are exciting milestones, but they also pave the way for accidents and, sometimes, serious injury. Even if you’ve taken an infant first-aid training class (and all seasoned or soon-to-be parents should), when it’s your own child who needs urgent help, it’s easy to freeze up. Here are the most common emergencies for babies under the age of 1 and how to calmly handle them — including tips on what not to do.
A couple who had struggled with infertility recently shocked their friends and family by throwing a gender reveal party with a twist: They were expecting triplets. The soon-to-be parents filmed the event and posted it on YouTube, where it went viral, racking up more than 2 million views.
Meet our new princess! Kate Middleton and Prince William exited St. Mary’s Hospital on Saturday with their new baby girl and showed her off to throngs of reporters gathered around the facility awaiting the first shot of Her Royal Highness.
Alaska Airlines has apologized to a cancer-stricken mom who it kicked off a recent flight traveling from Hawaii to California for insisting she obtain a doctor’s note to fly – after video footage of the incident went viral.
Whether it’s vowing to join a spin class and never quite making it there or putting a cap on weekly wine consumption and sneaking nightly sips, it’s easy to fail at maintaining fitness and diet goals.
Detox cleanses are ubiquitous in Hollywood, but former “Full House” star Candice Cameron Bure found herself on the defensive this week after being criticized for announcing on Facebook she was planning to embark on a five-day cleanse.
Fish oil is touted as a magical potion that boosts fertility, heart health, and weight loss and promotes a clear complexion, while lessening the effects of depression, ulcers, diabetes and many more conditions. But there’s another benefit to these glossy little capsules: They may prevent Alzheimer’s disease.