Empty Nesters News
Teen Dresses in Suit to Meet Newborn Niece
A photo of Grant Kessler, 18, of Ohio, in his suit has gone viral, plus Kate Beckinsale discusses her role in "Underworld: Blood Wars."
The Latest: Volvo Testing Self-Driving Cars With Real People
Volvo Cars has chosen the first of around 100 families who will test its self-driving cars in Sweden this year
Kate Beckinsale Talks 'Underworld: Blood Wars' Live on 'GMA'
The actress discusses her role in the fifth installment of the popular "Underworld" franchise.
Warren Beatty Calls Transgender Son Stephen Ira 'a Revolutionary'
Reclusive actor Warren Beatty has spoken publicly about his transgender son, Stephen Ira. "He’s a revolutionary, a genius, and my hero, as are all my children," the actor said in a new wide-ranging interview in Vanity Fair . According to the magazine, the actor's son changed his name from Kathlyn
Sting and Trudie Styler Reflect on Growing Old Together
For Sting, it's not the millions of records he's sold that makes him the most proud. It's his family. "That is a sign of real wealth," the rocker told People magazine. "The kids laughing and running around, that is life. As they say in Italy: 'La Bella Vita Sting, 64, and his wife of 24 years,
What to Consider When You're Choosing Where to Retire
Rebecca Jarvis highlights all the important factors to consider when you're selecting a venue to settle down in your golden years.
Must-See Cars at 2016 New York International Auto Show
It’s that time a year again when automakers flood the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City with their latest and greatest cars, trucks and SUVs. Nearly 1 million car enthusiasts are expected to attend the New York International Auto Show and 39 automakers will compete for their
What Paul Ryan's House Speaker Bid Conditions Say About Work-Life Balance
Rep. Paul Ryan spent days hearing out his Republican colleagues who pleaded with him to consider stepping into House Speaker John Boehner ’s shoes. On Tuesday night he said he would -- but there’s a catch. "Tonight I shared with my colleagues what I think it will take to have a unified conference
Steve Soboroff's famous typewriter collection has many stories to tell
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Steve Soboroff still becomes awestruck when he thinks about how he got here. As he stands in a museum surrounded by 33 typewriters that were owned by some of the world's most famous (John Lennon and Ernest Hemingway) and infamous ("Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski and "Dr. Death"