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Meet Abigail, Mckayla, Grace and Emily Webb — two-month-old identical sisters from Canada.
"I've had so many parents tell me their child was having trouble with anxiety or bullying or that they didn't fit in ... And then they find roller derby, and everything clicks."
Shares in Japan's Nintendo soared on Monday, bringing gains to $7.5 billion in just two days as investors cheered the runaway success of Pokemon Go.
Authorities said an ambulance was called to the Coney Island Boardwalk about 9:40 p.m. as Perry's side band, the Hollywood Vampires, was performing.
Great news — the "Traveling Pants" cast decided to send us a postcard!
In her new book 'Seinfeldia,' Jennifer Keishin Armstrong tries to take a stab at providing an adequate explanation for the show's enduring appeal.
It's been one year since Misty Copeland leaped over barriers to become American Ballet Theatre's first black female principal dancer.
Raise a glass to freedom.
Here's how to make it a pleasant flight for the whole family.
If you're a chronic dry shampoo user, here's what experts say you should know before you spray.
Actress and performance artist Shakina Nayfack talked to NBC OUT about her upcoming role on Hulu's hit show "Difficult People."
The three-toed sloth surprised residents when it wandered into Pucallpa, Peru, from a park a fair distance away.
When some celebs proclaimed "All Lives Matter" on Twitter, it wasn't pretty.
ESPN released its digital version of its annual Body Issue. It features athletes of all sizes from various corners of the sports world.
Drag queen and burlesque performer Violet Chachki tells NBC OUT "androgyny is one of the most beautiful things ever" and more people should embrace the concept of gender fluidity.
William and Kate took their son to an air show in England where he had to the chance to sit at the controls of a Royal Air Force jet.
TOKYO, July 8- Shares in Japan's Nintendo Co surged on Friday as early signs showed consumers falling in love with its new Pokemon GO smartphone game, raising hopes that the company's long-awaited shift into mobile gaming will pay off. The game, which has players walking around their neighborhoods in real life to search out and capture Pokemon characters on...
Broadway musical sensation "Hamilton" is about to bid farewell to its creator and star, Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The actor who originated the role of Hikaru Sulu in the 1966 "Star Trek" television series says his character was always envisioned as heterosexual.