A newborn baby girl had some surprises in store, not only for her mother but for an unexpected aunt.
A Clarkstown police dispatcher was being hailed as a hero Saturday, after guiding over the phone a woman as her sister-in-law birth.
A Connecticut woman thought she just had a stomach bug when she developed abdominal pains, but she ended up giving birth to a 9-pound-3-ounce boy without having known she was pregnant.
A story of two miracles, two decades in the making, began with the birth of conjoined twin sisters who were later separated by surgery.
Cops told 1010 WINS that a 19-year-old girl showed up at Einstein Hospital on Saturday night and told the staff that she had “given birth or had a miscarriage.”
A new mother didn’t make it to the hospital, or even an ambulance, early Sunday – instead giving birth to a baby girl in a car on the Long Island Expressway.
Nassim Mohammed Elkarhat is 6 pounds, 9 ounces. He arrived Wednesday, not only six weeks early, but in a shocking rush, in rush hour tunnel traffic.
A woman gave birth to a boy around 2 a.m. Wednesday on a downtown J Train as it was approaching the Chambers Street station in lower Manhattan, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.
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Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon celebrated their third anniversary with another milestone–becoming parents to a baby girl and boy.
An SUV became a delivery room for a New Jersey mom whose route to a hospital Monday was delayed by snow.