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Cop Called To End Kids' Dance Event Ends Up Teaching Them How To Salsa

This police officer in San Antonio, Texas, has sure got some smooth moves. When a neighbor called cops out to shut down a children’s dance club event that was being held in a backyard late Saturday, the unidentified officer went offShow More Summary

People Laughed When Bill De Blasio First Proposed Free Pre-K. Now He's Expanding It.

When Bill de Blasio ran for New York City mayor in 2013, his plan to enact a universal preschool program for 4-year-olds was treated more like a lofty ideal than a workable promise. American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten...Show More Summary

Children In Poorest Neighborhoods Most Vulnerable To Fatal Child Abuse

n" style="transform: translate3d(0px, 0px, 0px);">(Reuters Health) - Children in America’s poorest communities have three times the risk of dying from child abuse before age 5 as children in the wealthiest neighborhoods, a new studyShow More Summary

When Teens Need Their Friends More Than Their Parents

By Jenn Director Knudsen For many parents, the truth is hard to admit: Adolescents begin to rely less and less upon the adults in their lives and more heavily on their peers. Starting to let go is difficult. But teens’ reliance on buddies...Show More Summary

What Stepparents Need To Remember About Their Stepchildren

1. They didn’t choose their parents. It’s true. None of us chose our parents. We were born into whatever situation existed and the parents who gave us life made choices for us — good or bad. In the lives of most stepchildren, their ability to control what’s happening around them is painfully limited. Show More Summary

Family Creates Blockbuster At Home For Son With Autism After Store Closes

Hector Andres Zuniga, a 20-year-old man who has autism and is non-verbal, had been going to his local Blockbuster store in Sharyland, Texas since he was 13. He made the trip to the store at least twice a week to pick up snacks and rent...Show More Summary

This Guy Started Crying When He Saw His Girlfriend In Her Prom Dress

Sometimes, a facial expression really does say it all. On Saturday, Nolanah Garcia, a high school senior at Southside High School in San Antonio, Texas, brought Devin Collier, her boyfriend of three years, to tears when he saw her in her prom dress for the first time. Show More Summary

These 103- And 98-Year-Old Sisters Prove Sibling Rivalries Never End

If you thought sibling rivalries mellowed out with time, you’ve never met Gramma and Ginga. In a YouTube clip that’s going viral on Facebook (watch it below,) Gramma, 103, attempts to give her granddaughter, Sheila Liljenquist, directions...Show More Summary

Kristen Bell Confirms 'Frozen 2' Release Date With Cute Weather Forecast

For the first time in forever, we’re actually looking forward to winter ? two years from now. That’s because “Frozen 2” just got an official 2019 release date. Disney confirmed the news on Twitter Tuesday, and Kristen Bell, who voices...Show More Summary

Inspired By Football-Loving Daughter, Mom Writes Kids' Book Busting Stereotypes

Ever since Cheryl Rickman’s daughter was 3 years old, they have struggled to find the things she loved ? football, skateboarding, dinosaurs ? in the girls’ aisle. Tired of being told that the things her daughter liked weren’t for her,...Show More Summary

Boy On Bike Is Distracted By Sexy Ad, Then The Inevitable Happens

This may not be the last time this little boy’s attention is misdirected by such matters. In a viral YouTube clip that is hilarious (whether real or not), the lad rides his bike and yells “Ooh la la” at a parked van’s strip club ad featuring...Show More Summary

13 Celebrities Who've Shared Their Struggles With Infertility

Roughly a million women in the United States struggle with infertility, broadly defined as the inability to get pregnant after a year of trying. And yet women and couples who are in the thick of struggling to have a baby tend to talk...Show More Summary

One Mom's Emotional Journey To Meeting Her Rainbow Baby

Lila, now 31, was thrilled when—in December 2015—she took a pregnancy test and saw two pink lines. She and her husband, Tim, had been trying for a third baby and immediately began dreaming of who this new little person would be. But two weeks after her positive pregnancy test, Lila started having severe pain in her shoulder blade. Show More Summary

Powerful Ad Reminds World Dads Are Parents, Too

Following up on its powerful ad about motherhood, Dove is celebrating dads with another emotional video. The #RealDads ad for Baby Dove features video clips of dads with their kids to highlight the role they play in their children’s lives. The ad was inspired in part by research from Dove Men+Care brand. Show More Summary

Kate Walsh Thinks '13 Reasons Why' Should Be Mandatory Viewing In Schools

“13 Reasons Why” is Netflix’s latest buzzed-about show, sparking dialogue about suicide, mental health and sexual assault among teens and their parents. The series, based on the 2007 book by Jay Asher, tells the story of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), who takes her own life after facing numerous traumatic experiences in high school. Show More Summary

4 Ways Researchers Are Pushing The Boundaries Of Making Babies

Infertility treatment is more common than ever, thanks to technology. More than 70,000 babies were born through in-vitro fertilization in 2014, according to the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. That’s an increase...Show More Summary

21 Sassy Mother's Day Cards For Moms With A Sense Of Humor

Your mom has been dutifully putting up with your crap for decades now. The least you can do is give her a Mother’s Day card that’s as awesome as she is. The 21 humorous cards below should fit the bill. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

College Grad Has Best Response To Stepdad Who Said He’d Never Finish

Daivon Reeder, a 22-year-old from Detroit, wasn’t going to let naysayers control his fate. When he was preparing to start Eastern Michigan University four years ago, his stepfather told him there was no point in going to orientationShow More Summary

New York State Will Cover Breast Milk Donations For Preemies From Low-Income Families

New York recently became the latest state to cover breast milk donations for babies from low-income families. On April 9, the New York State Legislature approved the 2017-18 state budget, which includes a provision granting Medicaid coverage for donor breast milk to premature babies in the NICU. Show More Summary

New York City's First Homeless Girl Scout Troop Is Learning To Dream Big

A homeless shelter in New York has become a source of sisterhood, thanks to a new Girl Scouts troop formed for the girls living there. Troop 6000 is made up of 22 girls who live in the Sleep Inn in Queens, which has been turned into a shelter for homeless families. Show More Summary

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