People are sending out prayers and support on Twitter and Facebook for Whitney Houston's daughter. Bobbi Kristina was rushed to a hospital yesterday after she was found in a bathtub full of water. A source close to the family tells CNN -- she's in a medically induced coma. We spoke to psychologist Dr. Jeff Gardere about the eerie similarities between Whitney Houston's death and her daughter's situation.
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez won’t be able to watch his old team play in the Super Bowl. Instead, he’s sitting in a jail cell – charged with murder. Hernandez’s murder trial started last week and the prosecution came out swinging. We asked criminal defense attorney Danny Cevallos if Hernandez can get a fair trial.
The love of football isn't just a guy thing. Nicole Monique, host of "That's What She Said Sports," is a diehard fan and loves the game just as much as most men.
Monique says men tend to assume that women know nothing about sports and that's just "not true." Alexis McCombs, who is in Phoenix, has written a book to help women navigate the game. Both women tackled gender stereotypes on Weekend Express.
If you're in the age group known as "Generation X," you're now making some of the most important financial decisions of your life. We're talking about your house, your kids' education, and your retirement. Ted Jenkin ofoXYGen Financial gave HLN's Lynn Berry some valuable tips that will help save you money immediately.
Liam Porter was born without part of his arm. Volunteers with the group E-Nable came through to make sure he had the coolest prosthetic arm around.
It's modeled after a Clone Trooper from the Star Wars series. Liam loves it and his mom loves what the new prosthetic arm has done for her little boy. Liam showed off his new hardware to Weekend Express and the designer told us how he and other volunteers are helping hundreds more people just like Liam.
Those New Year's resolutions were a great start to a healthier lifestyle. We're almost done with January so it's time to either get back on track or kick those resolutions into high hear. Dr. Andrew Weil told us how to take those little tweaks you made, and make them bigger and better.
With a chance for millions of people to see their work, and a million-dollar prize at stake, 10 filmmakers are hoping fans select their ad to win Doritos’ “Crash the Super Bowl Contest”. Each year, the contest receives thousands of submissions. Online votes narrowed the field to 10. The finalists are all invited to the Super Bowl, but only two of the 30-second ads will appear on TV during the game. The maker of the fan favorite wins the million-dollar prize and a job at a film studio in Hollywood.
We invited two of the contestants to tell Lynn where they got their inspiration for their ads, and maybe a few of their secrets.