Scott Disick Posted a Pic From Vacation With Kourtney *Right* as His Sofia Richie Breakup News Dropped
Dude hasn’t posted since April, so this timing is EVERYTHING.
Madison Beer addresses controversial TikTok live video in which she defended her "natural f--king face," but sparked more backlash because of ongoing turmoil in U.S.
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Barbara and Simon Campbell's lovingly renovated 16th century manor house, which they bought in 1999, could lose value due to a quarry with planning permission from the 1950s.
As Protests Rage In Multiple U.S. Cities, Don Lemon Goes After Trump: “Nobody Wants To Hear From The White House Right Now”
Large-scale protests again broke out in Minneapolis and (newly) New York's Union Square on Thursday in response to he death of George Floyd, a black man who was seen on video pinned at the neck by a white police officer screaming "I can't breathe!" Floyd later died. Local officials sought to calm the unrest at […]
The coronavirus pandemic made it more obvious than ever that we can’t agree on what families are actually buying when the pay (or borrow) for college
Lawsuits raise questions about colleges' value proposition Skyrocketing college costs and increasing student debt over the past several years had already prompted students, families and economists to ask whether a college degree is worth the investment. On average, the answer to that question is yes — workers with a college degree typically earn significantly more over their lifetimes than those without one. But the changes to college over the past several months have raised a more nuanced version of that question —what does the money students and families pay (or often borrow) actually buy?
A new 'parking lot Karen' is going viral on TikTok for physically blocking someone's car from an open parking spot
A TikTok shows a "Karen" blocking TikTok user @savsoares and her friend from parking by leaning on their car as she directed another car to park.
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Superior Court Judge John Russo Jr. will never be allowed to work in New Jersey again.