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You might be banking on free childcare from your parents when you have kids, but your mom and dad might be thinking something else. According to the New York Times, more and more grandparents are expressing an unwillingness to watch their grandkids every day—granny got plans!
As the star of The Edge Of Seventeen, husky-voiced, masturbation evangelist Hailee Steinfeld is the latest youthful beauty to feign awkwardness in the well-traveled Coming Of Age Film. But the trailer, rife with talent—Steinfeld included—suggests that this film might not require an original premise to be a delight.
Last night I watched my first episode of The Bachelorette since Trista actually fell in love with that tall firefighter. Not to be dramatic, but trying to tell the remaining contestants apart gave me a sensation that I have to assume was vertigo.
If you think you’re a survivor, meet Ann Rodgers, the 72-year-old who lasted over a week in the Arizona desert subsisting solely on plants and pond water.
Hey, here is the worst thing I’ve ever seen!
Today, I was reading a column by Alana Massey at the Cut; its subject was loneliness, and it mentioned an “African proverb” in passing as such:
On Tuesday evening, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stood beside his new master as that master gave a news conference from his Mar-A-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. That is where Christie lives now.
An astonishing story is coming out of Houston, where a man was just arrested at his home by federal marshals over $1,500 in outstanding student debt. Is Raylan Givens coming for you next?
This is a niche issue, but honestly, I am wracked with immobilizing fear!
In Pennsylvania, a federal judge dismissed a defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby brought by a woman named Renita Hill.
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In Flint, Michigan, the number of children with “above-average” lead in their blood has doubled in the last year. The change is tied to the city swapping its water source from Detroit’s financially troubled water system to the Flint River. In Detroit, in the meantime, 9,200 Detroit residents are facing water shutoffs,…
Damn. Could never have seen this coming since Bobby Jindal announced he was running for President.
For families with kids, the cost of childcare can be scarier than the prospect of Donald Trump or Ben Carson actually becoming President. The service is wildly expensive—so much so that childcare workers themselves are essentially unable to afford it themselves.
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After what felt like the amount of time it would take a three-legged turtle to complete a marathon, the second 2015 Republican debate ended. This was a long day for me and I am ready to leave Simi Valley, hopefully never to return. However, there is one more stop I need to make: the Spin Room.
Hello, Kara Brown here, reporting very live from Simi Valley, California—more specifically the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library—even more specifically, the press filing room for the GOP Debate.