Rich People Flee from the Poors to Raise Their Families

Apparently rich people only like living in economically diverse areas just for kicks — that is, until they start having kids. A recent analysis of census data indicates that the wealthy are twice as likely to relocate to more affluent neighborhoods than they were in the 70s, largely owing to their budding silver… » 10/18/13 7:15pm 10/18/13 7:15pm

Ever Notice That There Aren’t Any Female Breakfast Cereal Mascots?

This sunny, almost-warm Sunday morning, CBS put together a cheerful little slideshow featuring the most eccentric and, dare we say, demented breakfast cereal mascots. The slideshow featured retro iterations of Tony the Tiger, the homoerotic trio of rice-puffing elves, Snap, Crackle and Pop, Franken Berry, the Quaker… » 4/07/13 6:00pm 4/07/13 6:00pm

Blonde-Haired Child Beggar in Mexico Sparks a Not-So Polite Discussion …

A blonde-haired girl begging on the street in Mexico has caused quite a Facebook stir, prompting some observers to renew a long-standing debate about racism in Mexico, where indigenous people, according to CBS News, "live in poverty and passers-by often barely notice the dark-skinned children begging in the street." A… » 10/28/12 2:00pm 10/28/12 2:00pm

Women Pay Way More Over a Lifetime to Borrow Money than Men

Being a woman is one of the most expensive things to be, which is why every woman should get at least a share of all the grant money that's being spent figuring out how to give old people erections and hair. Old people don't need those things — they need to not be condescended to and a warm place to rest their feet. As … » 9/21/12 2:15pm 9/21/12 2:15pm

Has The Women's Rights Movement Screwed Over Poor Women?

Good news, ladies! Thanks to the women's rights movement, over the course of the last century or so, American women have made great advances in income equality, education level, and overall ability to have it all-ness. Well, rich women have. Poor women are still getting about equally as hosed as they were in the 1970s. … » 12/19/11 11:10am 12/19/11 11:10am