You've been hearing commercial after commercial about Mother's Day coming up, but no doubt some of us will still forget all about it. Don't be one of those people that has to run out and find gas station flowers and cruddy left over cards on Sunday morning. Your mom deserves better. With Mother's Day approaching, a new online list has come out that details the top "mom-related" Google se
Now that 'How I Met Your Mother' spinoff 'How I Met Your Dad' seems to have fallen through, the CBS lineup looks a little bereft of anything we might normally follow. And now with CBS' acquisition of Thursday Night Football, the full fall 2014 schedule looks a little jumbled with 'The Big Bang Theory' filling in for 'HIMYM' Mondays, while 'Elementary' and others move to October to accommodate football.
Among the last, but certainly not least, the eye network CBS has officially gotten in on the Upfront 2014 game by releasing their schedule for the fall, and full trailers for the newest series. Few major surprises (minus that 'How I Met Your Dad' pass), but take a look at the future of CBS with new trailers for Halle Berry's 'Extant,' sporting family sitcom 'The McCarthys' and more!
In this video, several real life applicants are interviewed for a fake job titled "Director of Operations." The job is explained to them to sound absolutely brutal, and then at the end they reveal the job being described was the job of being a mother. It's actually an ad for a greeting card company to show appreciation for Moms, and the hashtag "World's Toughest Job" is used.
Just when you thought TV news might have stopped for the day, we're back again! CBS has issued their full list of new series pickups, very few of them any real surprise, but exciting nonetheless. In addition to Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' TV return 'Crazy Ones,' the eye has picked up Will Arnett's post 'Up All Night' sitcom, Chuck Lorre's 'Mom,' along with several new drama pilots, s
As any parent knows, getting multiple kids ready for school in the morning can be a real hassle. But before you decide to leave them to their own devices, consider this 34-year-old California mom who was sentenced to six months in jail for letting her kids skip too much school. Truancy ain't no joke!
Some species eat their young. In North Carolina, they just ink them.
Last month, the Havelock Police Department arrested Odessa Clay, 30, for giving her 11-year-old daughter a small, heart-shaped tattoo on her shoulder. Clay now faces one count of tattooing a person under the age of 18 because apparently it is against the law for anyone to tattoo a minor in the state of North Carolina, even if the