Passenger Speaks out About Confronting Flight Attendant
The notes were written to his fiancée, his daughter and a close prison friend.
Chelsea Clinton was one of the honorees at Variety’s Power of Women New York luncheon on Friday, but that didn’t stop host Vanessa Bayer from making a joke at the Clinton family’s expense. In her opening monologue at the event, the “Saturday Night Live” comedian introduced the six women who would be honored that afternoon: Jessica Chastain, Gayle King, Blake Lively, Audra McDonald, Tina Knowles, Shari Redstone and Clinton. “And they all have one thing in common,” Bayer quipped. “None of their moms are president.” The audience groaned a little at that point. Upon accepting her honor, for her work with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Clinton mostly spoke about the group’s efforts to combat
DEAR ABBY: My husband decided to buy a house. I never wanted one and now I’m depressed. I am thankful that my husband provides for the family and puts a roof over our heads, but now that we are in our house, my days are spent doing chores, yard work, and cleaning, cleaning and cleaning. This is why I never wanted the responsibility of a house. I don’t have time for my family because I’m so busy maintaining this house I never wanted. I have been distant from my husband because I secretly despise him for putting me in this position when he knew it wasn’t what I wanted. Am I being selfish? - DON’T WANT THE RESPONSIBILITY DEAR DON’T: Selfish? No. Passive-aggressive, yes. The problem with passive
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The Wizards of Waverly Place Cast: Where Are They Now?
The tennis pro and mom-to-be took to Instagram to share some photos from her idyllic trip.