It's called "Frozen," but it's hot, hot, hot. Especially if you're a parent of young kids, it's hard to escape the Disney blockbuster, which just this week crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office.
The Pharrell Williams mega-hit Happy makes most people, well, happy. But not everyone wants to clap along, no matter how infectious the beat. A new study finds that some people feel indifferent to music, what researchers dubbed musical anhedonia.
Those behind the TV show Growing Up Fisher may have a spin-off series one day: Growing Up Guf.The cast and crew of the NBC comedy recently adopted an 8-week-old Labrador retriever named Guf who will one day be a guide dog for the visually impaired.
1. Sarah and Andy Justice and their brood of five adorable babies paid Studio 1A a visit this morning. The couple, who welcomed all five children into their lives in less than a year, told the anchors they couldnt be happier.
Could there have been a new judge on "Dancing With the Stars" this season? Seems like it was almost a reality.Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who's back after a two-season hiatus, told TODAY that he almost returned to the show this year not as a pro dancer, but as a member of the panel.
The East and the Midwest have been suffering a frigid, seemingly endless winter. The West, mainly California, has been mired in drought. Neither is good for skin.The cold can keep people indoors in dry heating, while drought is, well, dry.
No matter your position on war in general, its hard to imagine anyone who wouldn't be moved by a video that's going viral on YouTube.Save the Children UKs 94-second video posted on Wednesday and already nearing 5.
Royal-watchers finally get to hear Nicole Kidman deliver lines as Princess Grace in the new U.K. trailer for "Grace of Monaco." (She was seen, but not heard in the earlier trailer.)And, well, just what is that accent Kidman is using?
What started as a "silly" dare between a chief executive officer and his employee has turned into a $2.1 million donation for cancer research.On Monday, 428 employees of a Massachusetts company had their heads, beards or both shorn to raise money for charity.