Hillary Clinton's Campaign Reminds You to Direct Your Hate at the Right Kevin McCarthy

Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy became public enemy number 20 or something after giving a speech in which the hopeful House Speaker bragged that the committee tasked with investigating Benghazi was to thank for Hillary Clinton’s dwindling poll numbers—essentially admitting that the committee was a political hit group… »10/07/15 2:50pm2 minutes ago

Here's Why Hundreds of Nail Salon Owners Are Protesting the New York Times

At 10 a.m. on Tuesday, October 6, a large crowd of nail salon owners and workers gathered outside the Manhattan offices of the New York Times. They came demanding apology and retribution for a two-part exposé by Sarah Maslin Nir, which, they say, has caused “grievous harm to our reputations and to our small shops.”
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What to Do When You Find Out You’ve Been Cheated On

Conservative estimates suggest that cheating occurs in about half of all relationships. Being cheated on can be a profoundly painful experience, and it can be hard to know what to do after the initial discovery. Here’s a comprehensive, mapped-out guide to deciding whether to stay or go. »10/07/15 1:28pmToday 1:28pm

Today's Best Deals: Cheap Halloween Costumes, a Closer Shave, and More

Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best. »10/07/15 1:15pmToday 1:15pm

The Best Quotes From Kanye West's Latest Weird Interview

On Tuesday, in an interview live-streamed from London, Kanye West answered questions from “friends, celebrities and fans worldwide.” The rapper-cum-designer talked about everything from his fashion line, to why music isn’t as exciting anymore, to his take on racism (we’ll all be black in 1,000 years, or something). »10/07/15 12:40pmToday 12:40pm

A Chat With Sandra Cisneros, Beloved Author & Patron Saint of Chingonas

For Latinas of Mexican descent, a few women have reached saint-like status. There’s Selena, obviously, but for the bookish among us, Sandra Cisneros is the Patron Saint of Chingonas. Widely known as the author of The House on Mango Street, which tells the story of Esperanza Cordero, a young Mexican girl growing up in… »10/07/15 11:50amToday 11:50am

Alabama Sorority Sisters Won't Support Black Sister Running for Homecoming Queen

New reports from the University of Alabama claim that one of the black women who was accepted into the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority during the continuous opening bidding process in 2013 spurred from Alabama’s racist pledging process is not getting the support she typically would from her sorority sisters in her run… »10/07/15 11:20amToday 11:20am