Mourners pay respects to Eunice Shriver
BARNSTABLE, Mass. - Mourners streamed into a Cape Cod church Thursday to pay their respects to Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
The founder of the Special Olympics died Tuesday at the age of 88.
Those who entered Our Lady of Victory Roman Catholic Church for Thursday's public wake were greeted by one of Shriver's 19 grandchildren. Her daughter, NBC newswoman Maria Shriver, and her nephew, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., also greeted the mourners.
Among them was Mike Rhodes, a 25-year-old mentally disabled man who left a card reading: 'She taught us to stand tall.'
Shriver's casket was surrounded by family photos and pictures of Shriver from the Special Olympics.
Tony Danza poised to head back to class
PHILADELPHIA - Following stints as a sitcom star, talk show host and Broadway leading man, Tony Danza is going back to school - to teach.
Pending approval by city school officials, the actor known for his roles on 'Taxi' and 'Who's the Boss?' will begin teaching at Northeast High School this fall for a reality TV show. The series, called 'Teach,' is slated to air on the cable channel A&E.
'I'm so scared. You have no idea,' Danza said in a phone interview Thursday. 'I can tap-dance, but I don't know if I can make kids learn yet.'
Kourtney Kardashian expecting child
NEW YORK - Kourtney Kardashian has a baby on the way.
The 30-year-old reality TV star said in an appearance Thursday on NBC's 'Today' show that she's due in December. Kardashian said the father is her on-again boyfriend Scott Disick.