Serena Williams on her return to tennis and being a mom
Williams joined "The View" to discuss her 8-month-old daughter Alexis Olympia.
A police officer in New Jersey performed an emergency cesarean section to deliver a fawn after its mother was struck and killed on a road
Four-month-old Muhsin just started laughing – and it’s brought some joy to his father for the first time in a long time. Mustafa Shabazz is proud of the nursery he and his partner Tahmesha Dickey designed for their son, but it’s now reminders of what could have been. "The name on the wall, the
The tennis icon shared some advice for her friend, who is preparing for a royal wedding, in an interview with ABC News' Robin Roberts, saying "enjoy the moment" and "eat cake."
International tennis icon Serena Williams said that she is now motivated to "work harder" for her family when she returns to the court after giving birth to her daughter, Olympia. "I'm having the best time as a mom," Williams, 36, told " GMA " anchor Robin Roberts. "I just walked out and was giving
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All-Star Damian Lillard rejoined the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night after what he called a day of "highs and lows." On Thursday, his first son was born and then his half-brother was shot in an incident in Portland. Lillard said his brother, Jahrell, was shot five times and is in stable
Motherhood and marriage have not slowed Serena Williams . The trailer for her new HBO docu-series "Being Serena" makes that much clear. "When I realized I was pregnant, I was like, 'Oh, my god! How am I going to play Williams says in the trailer released this week. "I put so much pressure on myself
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