Apr 24, 2014 1:00pm

Breast-Feeding Mom Says TSA to Pay $75K to Settle Lawsuit

The California woman who sued the U.S. Transportation Security Administration after agents told her she had to put her stored breast milk through an X-ray machine says the agency plans to settle her lawsuit for $75,000. Airport surveillance video of Stacey Armato’s January 2010 encounter… Read More »

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Apr 24, 2014 10:39am

Teacher Has Big Prom Surprise for Students on ‘GMA’

  One New York City teacher wanted to give her 80 incredibly hardworking seniors from the Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science the surprise of a lifetime: gifting them the most memorable prom of their dreams. “It was really important to me to… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 21, 2014 9:18am

What Can Sabotage a Woman Between the Sheets?

Chaunie Brusie is 27 and pregnant with her fourth child. Brusie’s other three children are younger than 5.  While the Babble.com blogger is happily married, she has felt a strain on her sex life. “Pregnancy for me does not feel like a sexy time at… Read More »

Apr 18, 2014 3:36pm

Baby’s ‘Night at the Roxbury’ Dance Moves Beat Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan

Move over Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan—this baby’s got rhythm! Sassy, little 6-month-old Audrey Putland, from Adelaid, Australia, can’t help but dance during mealtime, hilariously channeling the dynamic duo from the infamous “Saturday Night Live” skit turned movie, “A Night at the Roxbury.” “I was… Read More »

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Apr 18, 2014 12:03pm

‘Social Surrogacy’ an Option for Moms-to-Be Who Shun Pregnancy

For most women, carrying their own baby is the ultimate joy, seen time and time again in movies, on TV and in magazines. More and more women, however, are turning to surrogates to carry their babies, not because they cannot conceive, but because they do… Read More »

Apr 16, 2014 11:53am

Kids’ Perplexed Reactions to Walkmans Will Make You Feel Old

Kids these days. Now too preoccupied with their iPod’s thousands of shuffling song options at their fingertips, teens today don’t even realize the joy of the cassette tape — equipped with the frustrations of manually fast-forwarding and rewinding to find the one song you wish… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 15, 2014 11:17am

High School ‘Glow’ Parties May be Projecting the Wrong Kind of Light

With throbbing lights and crowds of kids, privately promoted events known as “glow” parties are quickly becoming the go-to parties for teens across the country. The parties are billed as safe and alcohol-free events for kids as young as 16. In a new warning, however,… Read More »

Apr 14, 2014 3:24pm

Silly Twins Create Dinner Time Madness for Mom

All parents have been warned about the terrible twos, but try dealing with the terrible twos on a daily basis — times two. “Oh, this is just a complete day in the life,” Diana McDevitt, of Hingham, Mass., told GoodMorningAmerica.com of her adorable YouTube video… Read More »

Apr 8, 2014 5:26pm

Tiny Snowboarding Superstar is Only 18-Months-Old

She may only be 18-months-old, but she’s already shredding some serious snow. Little Aspen Haight, of Breckenridge, Colo., has been on the slopes snowboarding ever since she was barely able to walk. Her parents, Jill and Dominic Haight, both 34, started her early on the… Read More »

Apr 8, 2014 2:20pm

Meet the Grumpy Dad Whose Relatable Saturday Mornings Went Viral

One dad has managed to sum up the typical Saturday morning routines of dads everywhere in just six short, hilarious seconds. “I have two daughters and one daughter goes to dance class an hour earlier,” Tony Serafini, of Leominster, Mass., told GoodMornignAmerica.com. “So mom takes… Read More »