Nancy Pelosi Spent COVID Quarantine Watching Hoops, 'All of Bridgerton' and the Fundraising Roll In
The speaker of the House said she stayed home and raised money for fellow Democrats while streaming Netflix and cheering on her team, the Golden State Warriors
The Black-ish series finale airs Tuesday, April 19, on ABC
'Parents Need to Stay on Top' of Which Emojis Are Codes for Drugs, Expert Says — Here's a List
"Unfortunately, they're very dynamic and change over time," Dr. Tim K. Mackey tells PEOPLE
Fentanyl-Related Deaths Are Surging in Black American Communities: 'The Numbers Are Astronomical,' Says Expert
"It has hit home hard," says Desilynn Smith, whose husband Hamid Abd-Al-Jabbar died of a fentanyl overdose in 2021
Counterfeit Meds Sold on Social Media Are Killing Kids: 'My Son Took One Pill and Died,' Says Mom
Amanda Eubanks says her 13-year-old boy didn't know what drug he was taking, and got a counterfeit pill containing enough fentanyl to fatally poison him
Grieving Mom of American Idol Semi-Finalist Warns Parents About Street Drugs Secretly Mixed With Fentanyl
Mom-turned-activist Virginia Krieger, and other bereaved parents, tell families what they need to know about the deadly opioid epidemic sweeping the nation
Soldiers Open Up About Being Deployed to Europe as Ukraine Resists Russia: 'They Got Our Support'
"This is what I signed up for," one service member tells PEOPLE
Leslie Jordan Recounts Childhood Summers Spent at the Bookmobile: 'Probably the Greatest Gift'
"I'd just lay on my stomach and read those books 'til they ran me off," the Call Me Kat star told PEOPLE at the 2021 National Celebration of Reading event on Thursday
"The word 'can't' didn't exist in his vocabulary because if he wanted something bad enough — like being a Marine — he was going to get it," Shana Chappell says of her son