With the presidential election 100 days away, more Americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction than at any previous point in President Trump’s term.
For most of us, 14 was an age of insecurity and social upheaval, when we had to figure out that teenage friendships are very different from childhood ones. Through all that, many of us found comfort in the friends we met online, who were far removed from the social strata of our schools. Yet there […]
Michelle Obama is getting candid about her mental health in quarantine, and same, girl Remember when the White House was occupied by a couple of relatable, empathetic folks, who seemed to do their jobs with the goal of leaving the country better than they found it (or at least doing their best)? Those days are hard 
Because your nails want to dress up, too.From Country Living
The first DropX release is a limited-edition Funko Pop! Rocks x J Balvin toy.
A passenger was kicked off an American Airlines flight for wearing an "offensive" mask, according to a statement from the airline.
Donald Trump goes AWOL in new interview with Axios on HBO If you were on Twitter last night, you probably caught a glimpse of a deranged new interview with the president making the rounds. President Trump sat down with interviewer Jonathan Swan for Axios on HBO and said a bunch of typical nonsensical stuff — 
While speaking at a Whirlpool factory in Clyde, Ohio, President Trump said he favors incandescent bulbs over newer, energy-efficient light bulbs because “I don’t look so orange.”
During the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies have sometimes been using tear gas offensively, including against peaceful protesters, children and pregnant women, witnesses and human rights advocates say.
The day after President Trump’s election in November 2016, the American Civil Liberties Union posted a message to him on its website: “See you in court.”
Speaking at the joint virtual convention of the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists, former Vice President Joe Biden said he will not interfere with the Justice department if it seeks charges against President Trump.