"Since my husband and I come from fairly traditional Muslim families, postponing our wedding meant postponing the start of our lives together."
Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order allowing people to remotely marry due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The former first ladies joined the international "One World: Together at Home" event.
The legendary band comes out for international "One World: Together at Home" concert to honor frontline workers amid COVID-19 crisis.
"My husband told me I’d been selfish with my career ... that he used to trust me with our finances and now needed space. I started crying, terrified, knowing it was true."
Birth Becomes Her announced its annual photography contest winners.
For her birthday, New Yorker Ee Tay asked for donations of the devices that dying coronavirus patients could use to speak with loved ones one last time.
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"As we head into our third week of confinement, I am more in love with him than when I brought my suitcases here. I also think I might be losing my mind."
During social distancing, Instagram Live sets from The-Dream, Sean Garrett, Ne-Yo, Johntá Austin and more are bringing us closer.
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"I love that we are all finding creative ways to keep connected and stay together during these times," said the "So Into You" singer.
“Mommy! Mommy, hurry up!” Janis Mackey Frayer’s son is seen yelling to his mom, who was covering the COVID-19 outbreak in China for NBC News.
The comedian is keeping her distance but still spreading her love amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"We’re two strangers thrown into a confined space in New York City for what appears to be at least another month or two."
The "Watch What Happens Live" host had been separated from his son since testing positive for COVID-19 earlier this month.