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Why Michelle Duggar Won't Be Caught in a Bikini

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Michelle Duggar Explains Why She Covered Up While Snorkeling in Puerto Rico

Originally posted 04/30/2013 04:05PM

When it comes to swimming, the Duggars have it covered.

On a recent marriage retreat to Puerto Rico filmed for their reality show, TLC's 19 Kids & Counting, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar decided to go snorkeling. But not in typical bathing suits. (Watch a clip below.)

"In society, sometimes there's this idea that we cover up at certain times and then we go to the beach and wear our underclothes," Michelle tells PEOPLE. "Bathing suits are pretty and colorful but it's not our thinking that it is okay to be naked some places and not other places."

The solution is to find something "I feel comfortable in," Michelle says. "I am not feeling exposed in the ways I am uncomfortable with." For the trip, which airs Tuesday (9 p.m. ET) on TLC, that meant covering up in swimwear by WholesomeWear.com.

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PHOTO: The Little Couple Show Off Their Son – And His Million-Dollar Smile

Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein Share a Family Photo with Their New Son

Originally posted 04/25/2013 04:55PM

If his smile is any indication, Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein's 3-year-old son William is happily settling in to his new life.

Arnold and Klein, a.k.a. TLC's The Little Couple, adopted the boy (who, like his parents, has a form of dwarfism) from China and have marveled at his sweet personality.

William Rijin Klein is "a really happy guy and has transitioned better than any of us expected," Arnold told the New York Post Tuesday. Added Bill, "He's got a way with people."

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The Little Couple's Jennifer Arnold & Bill Klein See Their Son for the First Time

Originally posted 04/16/2013 11:00AM



They waited years for this moment. And in the new season of The Little Couple, Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein finally get a glimpse of their first child.

In this sneak peek from TLC, the couple meet with an adoption expert, who soon shows them photos of the child they will eventually go on to adopt – a 3-year-old boy named Ben from China who, like them, has a form of dwarfism.

"Oh, he's so cute!" Arnold says as she sees the photos for the first time. "He's a happy guy. He looks so happy."

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'Intoxicated Man' Steals Four Cakes from Cake Boss's Buddy Valastro | Buddy Valastro

Pittsburgh Man Steals from Cake Boss

Originally posted 04/04/2013 10:40AM

Nobody steals from the Cake Boss and gets away with it.

Hundreds of people were waiting Tuesday morning in downtown Pittsburgh to get the free cakes from the star of the Hoboken, N.J.-based TV show Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro.

Police spokeswoman Diane Richard says William Davenport cut the line and took four cakes worth about $27 each from a storage area. Police say when they stopped Williams he apologized for stealing the confections and admitted he was intoxicated.

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The Duggars Are Considering Adoption

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The Duggars Are Considering Adoption

Originally posted 03/26/2013 11:25AM

They have 19 children, two grandchildren and one more on the way, but Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar say that doesn't necessarily mean their family is complete.

"We are open to the idea of adoption," Michelle, 45, tells PEOPLE. "We are praying about it, and we will see what God has in store. Love for children has been placed on our hearts."

The ever-expanding crew – eldest son Josh, 25, and his wife, Anna, 24, just recently announced they are expecting their third child in June – were moved by a visit to an orphanage in China on their recent trip there.

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The Little Couple Adopt a Child with Dwarfism

Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein Adopt a Boy with Dwarfism

Originally posted 03/12/2013 11:20AM

Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein, also known as TLC's The Little Couple, have brand new monikers: mom and dad.

The reality stars, both of whom are little people, have adopted a 3-year-old boy who also has a form of dwarfism.

"We are thrilled to announce that we have adopted a beautiful young boy from China," the couple said in a statement to PEOPLE. "We are so proud to welcome William to our family and look forward to bringing him home."

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What Not to Wear Ending After 10 Seasons: Stacy & Clinton Look Back | Stacy London

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What Not to Wear Is Ending After 10 Seasons

Originally posted 03/06/2013 11:05AM

After 10 years, 325 makeovers and countless pairs of ill-fitting pants, What Not to Wear is signing off the air.

"I'm proud of the work we've done and the lives we've changed," Clinton Kelly tells PEOPLE of his 10 seasons on the TLC show. "And I'm relieved I don't have to point out that dark-wash jeans look dressier than light-wash jeans every day of my freakin' life."

His fellow resident fashion expert Stacy London shares his bittersweet sentiments about the conclusion of the network's longest-running primetime series – but it's not over just yet. Beginning in July, the final episodes will air on Friday nights.

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The Sisterhood: Watch Our Exclusive Preview

Originally posted 11/30/2012 09:10AM



Think The Real Housewives of Atlanta – the men, the fashion, the drama. Now, just add church.

Premiering on Jan. 1, TLC's The Sisterhood takes viewers behind the pews and into the lives of some of Atlanta's "first ladies," as preacher's wives are often known in the evangelical community.

The view from inside their world, their world, as they support their husbands and churches, is a radical and candid rendering of how most people might view their role. They argue, get tattoos, work out to look hot and talk openly about sex, drugs and their not-so-godly pasts in a series certain to shake the Bible Belt.

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Long Island Medium: Exclusive New Clip

Originally posted 09/16/2012 07:30AM



Theresa Caputo can't help it – when a spirit is trying to communicate, she simply can't ignore the message.

Such was the case when Caputo, the star of TLC's Long Island Medium, was interviewing prospective assistants. In this exclusive clip from Sunday's episode, she channels the spirit of one candidate's mother.

"I had no intention of channeling spirit," she says. "But this is my life." Caputo shares information with potential assistant Joseph from his departed mother, much of it so meaningful and specific that it brings him to tears.

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Everything You'd Want to Ask the Long Island Medium ... Answered

Long Island Medium: An Enlightening Interview

Originally posted 09/07/2012 02:40PM

Can Theresa Caputo, aka the Long Island Medium, really communicate with your deceased loved ones?

She did with one of mine.

Well, it sure seemed like it, anyway, when I sat down to interview her Thursday. I'm what you might call a skeptical believer. I'd really like to believe that this type of spirit-to-earth communication is possible. But come on ... this lady from Long Island with the big hair is the lucky chosen one through which all of our loved ones can send messages?

But Caputo, (whose TLC series about her practicing her gift returns Sunday for its third season), was able to provide me with some very specific, personal information about my own passed loved one, and these aren't things that would show up in a Google search or even a background check on me. In short, I don't think she used any sort of trickery. At the very least, she's incredibly perceptive – spookily perceptive.

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