Although she was eliminated after making it to the top 20 on NBC’s “The Voice,” Madilyn Paige shares what she learned from her experience on the hit television show in her new music video, “Irreplaceable.” Paige’s self-titled debut album, which was produced by a Deseret Book label, will include the song and will be released Feb. 3, 2015.
All three branches of the federal government and every state have failed to meet minimum standards to protect abused and neglected children, according to a report issued Tuesday that lambasted the American child-welfare system.
Your newborn baby is cute, for sure, but it doesn't seem like there is much going on in there. The baby eats. The baby cries. The baby fills diapers. The baby sleeps. However, your baby is quite intelligent for one who is such a novice at life. If he or she could talk, this is what you might hear.
The Crock-Pot is 75 years old this month, and while you can use this nifty gadget to whip up some sticky wings for your Super Bowl party, cook oatmeal overnight for an instant breakfast or even make homemade organic ketchup (who knew?), the Crock-Pot has had mixed results delivering on one of its advertised benefits: freeing women from the time-consuming tedium of housework.
New Yorkers know they can get Chinese food at 3 a.m.
GOLDSTONE, Calif. — The mountain-sized asteroid that passed close by earth Monday has its own small moon, according to NASA.
Holding hands is an act as common as they come. Pop stars sing about it, animals embrace it and scientists continue to study it, according to Elite Daily’s Lydia Mansel. Even people 700 years ago did it.
When Pastor Chad Chaddick was ordained, he expected to be a teacher, a caretaker of the sick and elderly, a counselor and an evangelist to his community.
On paper, Republicans' best presidential candidate for 2016 would seem to be the sitting governor of Wisconsin, except for one possible problem: He never graduated from college.
Video games have been maligned for decades.
After his third day of selling satellite television service door-to-door, Tristan Torgersen packed his bags and left.
U.S. airlines collect roughly $6 billion a year in charges for checked bags and fees for changing tickets.
It’s hard to remember a time when the Internet wasn't a part of everyday life, but a new BMW ad set to air during the Super Bowl on Sunday reminds us of a simpler era when we didn’t recognize the “at” symbol and may have asked, “What is Internet anyway?”
Marrying young offers Americans a lot of benefits. The Atlantic’s Karen Swallow Prior reported two years ago that those who marry young avoid depression and drinking abuse. In fact, they tend to live happier lives.
It's been said the Internet has taken over many aspects of daily life, changing the way people read, shop and even interact.
Believe it or not, money actually can buy you happiness — to an extent.
There's a fine line between funny and offensive, skirted by just about every well-known comedian.
The verdict is in: Marvel's gamble with turning its Thor character into a woman has paid off. The change, announced last summer, has resulted in the new comic outselling the old by 30 percent, reports the Paste website.
The human brain is hardwired to handle a breakup and move on, according to new research published in the Review of General Psychology earlier this month.
In an environment where the rich and famous are as likely to have a divorce attorney on speed dial as their agent, it seems a celebrity couple is doomed to inevitable failure simply because they are famous, and divorce is a mere casualty of the job.
More time spent parenting doesn’t necessarily lead to better outcomes for children, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family.
In play therapist Cheryl Hulburd's Fernie, British Columbia, office, the 4-year-old picked up the witch and dog hand puppets to re-enact the fights between his mother — a witch hand puppet — and his father — a dog hand puppet.
Once again, researchers have found that political polarization is a driving force in income inequality.
In a scene straight from an after-school television special, a family seeped in sports tradition welcomes a son with a growth hormone deficiency. The youth is noticeably shorter than his peers (and younger sisters), and although he has an avid interest in sports, he does not have the aptitude to play. He does what was, to this point, unthinkable – discovered and developed an interest in drama and music. This was especially hard on his father, who wanted his only son to follow in his footsteps on the football field and basketball court.
What is the best thing in the world? The very best thing? What is the ultimate blessing, the greatest privilege on earth?
Mile 12 of a tough half-marathon. My hamstring is tight, ready to snap like an overstretched rubber band. My lungs are full of fire. My head is pounding harder than my feet. I will run nowhere near as fast as I usually run. No PR’s on this day, yet I feel prouder and more accomplished than ever.
Earlier this week, actress Angelina Jolie wrote an op-ed for The New York Times where she revealed her plans to get her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to prevent cancer.
Do you have two friends who just won’t get married? You know, those friends who, no matter how hard you push them towards the sound of ringing wedding bells, don’t budge an inch towards the white wedding chapel?
Neuroscience research holds an important message for shoppers looking to add a few new pieces to their spring wardrobe: the brain can't always be trusted.