Baby Names

BabyCenter released its annual list of popular names.
“If white people can say 'Phoebe' or 'Arnold Schwarzenegger,' they could definitely say a Nadia, Roberto or a Zakir. It’s not brain surgery, it’s laziness."
A look at the top names for babies born between 2010 and 2019.
Check out the Social Security Administration's state-by-state breakdown.
Social Security Administration data shows the Tesla CEO's name saw a decline in 2019.
Social Security Administration data shows the royal baby's name got a huge boost in popularity in 2019.
The president's name hit its lowest-ever ranking on the Social Security Administration's list of most popular names.
The name hit its lowest ranking since 1929, according to the Social Security Administration.
Emma is officially no longer the No. 1 name for girls, according to the Social Security Administration.
The "Total Bellas" stars, who gave birth one day apart, named their sons Matteo Artemovich Chigvintsev and Buddy Dessert.