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No drinking, no tweeting: 9 things we learned in Brian Williams' Facebook chat
Brian Williams may not be a fan of Twitter, but the NBC Nightly News anchor found his way to Facebook Wednesday night to answer questions from viewers and from more than one of his co-workers.Here are a few of the highlights. We left Williams' responses unedited, because really, they can't be improved.
Report: Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcome baby girl
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcomed a baby girl Tuesday night, People magazine reported. No name was announced. Representatives for the couple did not respond to TODAY's request for comment.Kunis, 31, and Kutcher, 36, were an onscreen couple on "That '70s Show," and Kunis has said that Kutcher gave her her first kiss. The couple announced their engagement in February.
Derek Jeter's sister: 'He deserves everything that comes to him'
Plaza producer: Why TODAY's #PinkPower event was 'my best day on the job
Today was my best day on the job. Every morning I work outside on the plaza surrounded by all of our incredible audience. Theres not a day that goes by that I dont enjoy myself. I love meeting TODAY fans and hearing their stories. Other than Matt Lauer, I think I have the best job at the company. But today was the best day yet.
Sweet! Trick-or-treaters should hit grandma's house for choicest candy
If youre looking for the most lucrative houses to hit with your trick-or-treaters this year, find the homes in the neighborhood belonging to seniors.New data from the National Confectioners Association shows that people aged 60-plus are most likely to hand out candy on the big night.
Dad sketches awesome super hero art on daughters' lunch napkins
When Jimmy Etteles daughter, Emma, asked for a sweet note and a drawing in her school lunch box, the Reading, Pennsylvania, father wouldnt settle for a quick sketch of a princess or a pony.Instead, Ettele grabbed a plain, white napkin and a blue ballpoint pen and reproduced from memory a drawing of muscle-bound, hammer-wielding Thor in intricate detail.Emma, 9, loved it.
'It feels like a junior college': 29,000-square-foot estate hits the market
310 Cooper Rd, Red Bank, NJFor sale: $10.9 millionThe founders of Macy's department store died when the Titanic sank in 1912, and their children, the Strauss family, used their inheritance to begin construction on this large estate in the late 1920s. The design was borrowed from 18th-century Provence, and no expense was spared.
5 things we learned from '100 Days of Real Food' blogger Lisa Leake
Making healthy meals for your family in a world filled with processed food-like substances may seem impossible, but Lisa Leake wants busy parents to know that it can be done.Leake, a popular blogger and author who chronicles her familys journey to cut out white flour, white sugar, and anything out of a package with more than five ingredientson100daysofrealfood.
4 ways to never pay ATM fees ever again
If you've been feeling like your bank is nickel-and-diming you, you're wrong. You should be counting in five-dollar bills. But you can avoid costly bank ATM fees with a little strategy.According to a new Bankrate survey, the average ATM withdrawal fee is $4.35, up 5 percent from last year. That's up from $1.97 in 2008, and 89 cents in 1989.
Paris Fashion Week attracts the famous and the fashionable
The spring/summer 2015 shows at Paris Fashion Week have wrapped up and now would be a good time to look back at some of the familiar and famous faces who took in the runway shows.Michelle Williams, Shailene Woodley and Dakota Fanning were among the fashionable actresses who made appearances.