April Fools Day News
UMBC's 16-over-1 upset highlights shifts in college hoops
The rumblings were there before March Madness kicked off _ that this could be the year for a No. 16 seed in the NCAA Tournament
'Black Panther' star Danai Gurira on her roles as a fierce warrior
Gurira appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about the making of Marvel's newest superhero film.
Doughnuts, puppies and succulents: Brides walk down the aisle with unconventional bouquets
Brides are mixing it up with unusual, bold bouquets for their walks down the aisle. In lieu of traditional flower arrangements, some brides are personalizing their bouquets with distinctive or sentimental items, or putting modern twists on classic combinations. Martha Stewart style director Naomi
Two sisters to work with NASA during solar eclipse
Rebecca and Kimberly Yeung are participating in NASA's Eclipse Ballooning project in conjunction with the University of Montana on Aug. 21.
Science-loving sisters will work with NASA during total solar eclipse
Two sisters from Seattle, Washington , are turning their family science project into the opportunity of a lifetime: working with NASA during the historic total solar eclipse . Rebecca and Kimberly Yeung are participating in NASA’s Eclipse Ballooning project in conjunction with the University of
Sisters, ages 10 and 12, launch a solar eclipse project with NASA
Rebecca and Kimberly Yeung open up about their homemade spacecraft and working with NASA, live on "GMA."
Texting terms you should know 'IRL'
A new article in Reader's Digest identifies the 16 top "social media slang terms" to know, from "FWIW" to "NBD" and "FOMO."
'War of the Planet of the Apes' star Andy Serkis teaches Sara Haines a pretty slick dance move
The actor shows off his dancing skills and discusses how motion capture is the "most liberating tool" that he believes will end type-casting.
Military dad poses as catcher at baseball game for emotional surprise for kids
A U.S. Air Force service member home from a six-month deployment overseas surprised his two children by pretending to be a catcher at a minor league baseball game. Tech. Sgt, Lance Daigle donned a catcher’s uniform and got in position to catch the ceremonial opening pitch at a Carolina Mudcats game
7th grader wins awards for 'remarkable' science fair project on cancer research
A Georgia seventh-grader who was inspired to do a cancer-related science fair project after some of his friends’ moms were diagnosed with breast cancer is being heralded for his project that swept awards at the state’s science fair. The project, which examined whether an antioxidant found in green