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Angelina Jolie delivers empowering Kids' Choice Awards speech: 'Different is good'
Angelina Jolie has a message for young people being different is something to proud of.The actress, who appeared at the Nickelodeon awards show with daughters Shiloh and Zahara, made the speech after winning "best villain" for her performance in "Maleficent."I want to say that when I was little, like Maleficent, I was told that I was different, she said after thanking all the kids who voted.
Are England's beloved fairy doors about to disappear?
Growing a beard? Science explains why men are fond of facial hair
Is it OK to eat moldy food?
Youre famished for a bit of cheese, but you notice a blue spot on the chunk of cheddar in your fridge. Is it OK to slice off the bad part and eat the rest?For many foods it actually is OK to just cut away the mold and eat the rest, says Leslie Bonci, director of sports nutrition at the Center for Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Make these simple chick pops and 3 more Easter DIYs with your kids
Jodi Levine, author of "Candy Aisle Crafts," stopped by TODAY on Sunday to share some of her favorite DIYs to make with the kids for Easter and spring.Check out the video to see how to make easy chocolate bunny cupcake toppers, marshmallows with bunnies and gumdrop flowers, and read on for instructions on how to make chick pops with your favorite hard candy.
How much damage could Clinton email controversy cause?
"Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd joins TODAY to talk about the questions surfacing today about Hillary Clinton after a leading house republican says she deleted all her personal emails when he requested that she turn over her server.
California's water emergency expected to spell trouble in months ahead
Snow pack in the Sierra Nevada mountain range is the lowest it's ever been, spelling some bad news for residents of California who rely on that melting snow for their water supply. TODAY's Dylan Dreyer reports.
Does prayer work? Is there an afterlife? TODAY's survey offers snapshot of faith, spirituality
Who (or what) is God?Does prayer work?Is there an afterlife?Can you be spiritual and not religious?These are just some of the questions TODAY is asking this week in the series "Do You Believe?" An in-depth look at faith and spirituality, this series will examine the many ways spirituality can be communicated and displayed, and feature real-life stories of survival and how faith played a role.
Chicago Tribune columnist triggers debate with her wavy hair
Teen brings prom to the hospital after her date was injured in car crash
When Alyah Mitchell's date couldn't make it to prom due to serious injuries sustained in a car accident, she decided to bring prom to him.Mitchell said that she remembers the day of Hall's car accident, Feb. 2, "like it was yesterday." The two were supposed to go shopping for prom supplies that weekend, but Hill's focus quickly turned from prom to his recovery.