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  • If This Child Gymnast Was Believed, Nassar Could Have Been Stopped Decades Ago Larissa Boyce is one of more than 100 women who say famed doctor Larry Nassar abused them.
  • These Women are Bringing Disabilities Education to YouTube YouTube continues to grown overtime as a platform where millions of creators upload thousands of videos each day. From Tag Videos to Short Films, YouTube provides a space for creators of all kinds to share their work with the world. However, it can become hard to find new creators with the overwhelming amount of content ...
  • Gun Industry Congratulates Itself For Drop In Accidental Gun Deaths Once again the gun industry is patting itself on the back for something it didn’t do, namely, reducing accidental deaths and injuries caused by guns. Hey – wait a minute! It’s not the gun which causes the injury, it’s the person using the gun. Remember that one? The NRA will remind you of it every ...
  • It’s Time For A President Trump Vocabulary Lesson function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video;a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); We’ve all seen the way President Trump talks. It’s glorious, awe-inspiring, and completely bereft of sense. Thanks to Donald Trump’s endearing turns of phrase, we’ve learnt that he had the biggest inauguration crowd ever, that he has no connections to Russia, and that Obama definitely wiretapped Trump Tower. Even though ...
  • Bill Clinton Laid Groundwork For Trump’s Ugly Immigration Policies “Men make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already, given and transmitted from the past. The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living.” —Karl Marx, “The 18th Brumaire of Louis ...
  • If Two People Are Meant To Be Together, Eventually They’ll Find Their Way Back This post was brought to you by Thought Catalog and Quote Catalog. By Kirsten Corley, author of But Before You Leave It’s hard to describe it really. But for so long it felt like a vital piece to who I was, was missing. I’d wake up tossing and turning after another dream where you met me. I’d ...
  • Was The National Enquirer The ‘Source’ For Devin Nunes’s Claim That Trump Was Surveilled? On Wednesday, March 22, Republican Devin Nunes accused U.S. spy agencies of abusing their powers by gathering and disseminating information relating to members of President-elect Trump’s transition team – possibly including Trump himself. Nunes said he was alarmed after seeing intelligence reports disseminated within the Obama administration after November 8 that apparently were records of ...
  • Your Comprehensive Guide To Fall 2017’s Biggest Trends For W magazine, by Caroline Grosso. Even though it is barely beginning to look like spring, it is never to early to start thinking about what to wear come next season. After sifting through all of the ideas presented on the runway, W’s editors have narrowed down the eight, must-have trends from the Fall 2017 season. ...
  • Letter To My Little Brother On Being Muslim, Egyptian And American By Aya Elamroussi Dear little brother: You brought light into our lives during a rough time for our family as we tried to make a new life in America, away from all we’d known in Egypt. That’s why we named you Nour. We had just moved to a country across the world, and nothing was the same ...
  • Most Pregnant Women Aren’t Getting Adequate Nutrition, Research Finds For Glamour, by Suzannah Weiss. You already know what you eat while expecting is closely tied to the development of your baby — a big reason we cut things out of our diet — but, according to a new study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, it turns out most pregnant women ...
  • If You’re Dehydrated, Your Vagina Might Be Too For Glamour, by Korin Miller. “Drink more water” is probably one of the most common pieces of health advice out there. Among other things, experts say, it can help improve your skin, help you feel more energetic, and boost your immune system, so clearly there’s a lot of benefit to it. But you’re not alone if you ...
  • 9 Ways To Bounce Back The Day After A Crappy Night’s Sleep For Glamour, by Suzannah Weiss. Sure, sure, getting a good night’s sleep is very important. But sometimes it’s just not possible. And all the tips in the world on how to sleep well are totally useless once you’ve already woken up from a night of little or no shut-eye. Luckily, even after the damage has been ...
  • Women Professors’ Salaries Have Gone Up More Than Men’s — But The Wage Gap Is Still Widening For Glamour, by Suzannah Weiss. A new Chronicle of Higher Education analysis of U.S. Education Department data reveals some seemingly good news: The salaries of women in academia are going up. But here’s the bad news: They’re not increasing nearly enough to catch up with men’s. Not only do women at the highest levels earn less ...
  • ‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Iwan Rheon’s Guide To Wales For Condé Nast Traveler, by Meredith Carey. You may not like his character Ramsay Bolton on HBO’s award-winning “Game of Thrones” — OK, hate is a better word — but off-screen, Iwan Rheon is far more amiable. Named Wales’s official ‘Year of Legends’ ambassador for 2017, the Welsh actor shared with Traveler a few must-see spots in ...
  • News Roundup For March 27, 2017 Looking for a cure for the Monday blues? You won’t find it here. 1. A US led airstrike was responsible for dozens of civilians deaths in Mosul. More here. 2. Trump is playing the blame game about the failure of the American Health Care Act. We’re not even talking about the weird tweet directing people to ...
  • Richard Nixon Met With Protesters. Will Trump? Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com It was one of the worst moments of the Vietnam War era in America. U.S. troops had just invaded Cambodia and the nation’s campuses erupted in a spasm of angry and frustrated protest. At Kent State University in Ohio, National Guardsmen had killed four students. In Washington that day in May 1970, the ...
  • The ‘Can’t-Do’ Approach Of The American Auto Industry Over half a century ago, the American auto industry fought against seat belts. In 1970, they fought against the requirement that they install catalytic converters to reduce air emissions. They have opposed airbags and other safety standards as well. Today, they continue to fight against reducing emissions and improving fuel economy. The auto industry is ...
  • A Soulless Man Cannot Serve Justice The senator’s question was simple and straightforward: What would you have done? Judge Neil Gorsuch wouldn’t answer. He couldn’t say whether, on orders from an employer, he’d have driven a tractor trailer with locked brakes, endangering the lives of other motorists, or instead allowed himself to freeze to death in sub-zero cold in an unheated truck ...
  • Step Aside, Uber — United Airlines’ ‘Leggings-Gate’ Just Made You Look Good It appears that few if any companies have learned much from Uber’s most recent PR disaster. This time, United Airlines—specifically a gate agent and the person who tweets for them—have created a thunderstorm of controversy over two girls who wanted to board a flight while wearing leggings. Shannon Watts, Founder of Moms Demand Action, a grassroots ...
  • What’s Really Missing In The D.C. Missing Girls Case The media and D.C. police and city officials were hammered for allegedly ignoring the plight of more than a dozen missing black and Latina girls in Washington D.C. Community activists chalked the seeming indifference up to racism. The outcry triggered a spate of news stories on the missing girls, angry denials from the police that ...