- CelebrityScary Mommy
The Rock has been trying to convince his two-year-old that he’s Maui for MONTHS As if having The Rock for your dad isn’t cool enough for a kid, imagine knowing that he’s the voice behind Maui from the beloved Disney movie Moana. It’s almost too awesome to be true, but in the case of The 
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 […]
Cristiano Ronaldo has let his hair grow out during quarantine and fans couldn't help but point out that the soccer pro is looking a lot like he did back in 2003 during his Manchester United days.
- SportsGolf Digest
Eli Manning has been on Twitter less than a week and he’s already smoking former teammates’ golf games
Here’s a sentence we never thought we’d write: Eli Manning might actually be kind of good at Twitter. This past weekend, the little Manning joined the internet’s favorite cesspool, and wasted no time getting to work, firing off #promotedtweets, beloved gifs, and some entertaining commentary on his Big Bro’s performance during 2 Match, 2 Furious. There were a few growing pains, of course, but in between all that, Eli even found time to ignite his very first Twitter beef with former Giants teammate Shaun O’Hara.
- CelebrityGood Morning America
All her life, 27-year-old Kiah Twisselman believed she just had "bad genetics," which prevented her from losing weight. "I just started showing up and doing it," Twisselman wrote in an Instagram post. In the new issue of People Magazine out this week, Twisselman's incredible weight loss journey -- along with that of several others -- is highlighted.
There’s only one generation in U.S. history that’s considered to be more unlucky than the ‘Lost Generation’
It's hard out there for a millennial. In fact, the Washington Post, citing a series of economic haymakers and the struggles that come with them, calls the group born between 1981 and 1996 “the unluckiest generation in U.S. history. Yes, even unluckier than members of the “Lost Generation,” who reached adulthood near the end of World War I and were left to pick up the pieces as they entered the “Roaring Twenties.
- BusinessNBC News
The latest round of stimulus checks were issued in the form of prepaid debit cards — in a plain white envelope that does not bear any federal markings.