- BusinessBusiness Insider
A Waffle House waitress who worked a double shift while looking after her baby says she received a $1,000 tip from a country-music star who was impressed by her work ethic
The music star told her that some people were unwilling to work hard, the waitress said in an interview with Fox 8 News.
- LifestyleChicago Tribune
After decades of invisibility, asexuals are speaking up and gaining ground: ‘I don’t need to be fixed because I’m not broken.’
CHICAGO — Looking back, Allison McCorkle can laugh at all the signs she missed: There was that time in sixth grade when the cool boy her friends were swooning over called to ask her out. Not only was McCorkle uninterested, but she was also puzzled as to why anyone would feel otherwise. “We’re too young to be doing that,” she told her flustered suitor. A few years later, when McCorkle’s best ...
- U.S.Los Angeles Times Opinion
Since the federal government got rid of the Fairness Doctrine in 1987, extremist elements have flourished in media, leading to the current crisis in American democracy.
Andy Serkis steps into the director's chair for the sequel to the 2018 box office hit.
My girlfriend has $20 million. I’m worth $1 million. Should she pay for big-ticket items like her engagement ring and our honeymoon?
‘While it’s obvious I’m the one with limited means, the norm is for me to pick up the tab on dates and weekend getaways.’