After packing her little one what she considered to be an appropriate snack, one mom is sharing the surprising note that her child came home from kindergarten with. The mom from Australia first shared the note on a closed Facebook group, and it has since gone viral for its criticism of dried fruit. "Please help us to encourage nutritious eating habits in children. Our healthy eating policy asks you to provide healthy and nutritious snacks for your child to eat at kindy," the note read. "The sultanas (golden raisins) packed for your child today are unacceptable at kindy due to its high sugar content." Many parents are shocked at this school's response to the lunch, but nobody is as surprised as
Two Portland-based women were forced to shut down their burrito food cart over accusations of cultural appropriation and recipe stealing.
A Texas principal stepped outside of a meeting Tuesday afternoon and shot himself to death, officials said. Kirbyville High School Principal Dennis Reeves, 45, met with administrators Tuesday afternoon to submit his resignation from the position, according to news station KTRE. After the meeting, Reeves reportedly walked to his pickup truck in the school parking lot where he shot himself with a .380-caliber semiautomatic pistol. The superintendent, who was in the meeting, saw Reeves in his truck and called police to check on him. Kirbyville Police found him dead in the truck with the engine still running and his foot on the brake, news station KWTX reported. Police said there was no note or anything
Going through airport security is never a pleasant experience. So being body-shamed while going through airport security must be infuriating. Olympic gymnast,…
On Wednesday night, Fox News reporter Alicia Acuna described in unflinching detail how Greg Gianforte, a Republican congressional candidate from Montana, violently attacked a journalist for trying to ask him a question about health care policy the night before his state’s special election.
Rep. Mark Meadows, the leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, reportedly got emotional after reading about the potential effects of the House GOP's healthcare bill on sick Americans. According to Haley Byrd at the Independent Journal Review and Robert King at the Washington Examiner, reporters showed Meadows a section of the Congressional Budget Office's report on the American Health Care Act, which passed the House with only Republican votes on May 2. The section Meadows viewed pertained to preexisting conditions. The report said people with preexisting conditions in states that could accept a new waiver from an AHCA provision could see their premiums skyrocket and possibly even be
It's hard to go wrong at Trader Joe's with so many solid and affordable options, but there is one mistake you could be making without even realizing it. If you're not asking to try products before you buy them, you could end up wasting a lot of money on groceries in the long run.