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Nikki Spearman asked the medical staff not to trim too much of her husband's beard. Lee Spearman had grown his red beard to Santa Claus length for the holidays, and if she had to bury him, she thought, she wanted to be able to recognize him at the funeral.
Two business-savvy little girls who run a lemonade stand in San Francisco have decided to jump on the Bitcoin bandwagon.
Some of the biggest baby names of 2013 were inspired by the reality stars on A&E's "Duck Dynasty," the Daily Mail reported.
America's parents are apparently taking their cues from a petite Kardashian sister and a global soccer star.
Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet helped rescue Richard Branson's elderly mother from a fire that destroyed his Caribbean home.
With "Fast Five," the "Fast and the Furious" franchise has undergone a full-body overhaul: What started as a series about illegal street racing has been taken to the shop and rebuilt as a team-based heist flick.
The economic crisis unleashed in 2008 savaged millions of families around the world, leaving them in the wasteland of loss. In the saddest cases, people forfeited homes and pensions; others lost jobs and opportunities. The bereavement and adjustment that follow such losses are the subject of Elizabeth Buchan's novel about the Nicholson family: "Separate Beds."
Influential Republican Rep. Deborah Pryce of Ohio yesterday said she will not seek re-election next year, citing a desire to spend more time with her daughter Mia and avoid another contentious political campaign season.
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — One day, the cuddly and awkward 3-week-old black Labs might serve as guides for the visually impaired. But these days, the seven puppies in a makeshift pen in Bev Carlson's kitchen do little more than crawl, feed, play with Mrs. Carlson's 3-year-old daughter, Mia, and sleep.