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Michelle Obama Is Wrong About Divorced Dads
Former First Lady Michelle Obama managed to impugn a sizeable population of fathers this week when she compared Trump's presidency to living with a divorced dad.
The True Cost of Upgrading Your Phone
Buying a $1,000 iPhone can be equivalent to giving up $17,000 in retirement savings or 2,500 cups of coffee.
Let's talk about buying an iPhone for $1,000.
Social Security Checks Will Suddenly Be Much Bigger- What to Expect
Social Security and Supplemental Security checks will go up at the end of this year in response to rising costs of living, the Social Security Administration announced today.
Lonely? Your Family Is Probably to Blame, According to a New Study
People who aren't happy with their family life are more likely to feel lonely or isolated, according to recent data from the Pew Research Center.
Why a Rise in Single People Isn't a Bad Thing
" Rising share of U.S. adults are living without a spouse or partner," declared a report just released by the Pew Research Center.
The pandemic's outsized impact on working women - and what needs to be done about it - San Francisco Business Times
Since March 2020, it has been widely reported that women have been disproportionately impacted by the Covid-19 crisis and the economic recession it caused.
The Biden objectors who hold the 2022 election in their hands
Whether the president can bring back those who've shifted into the "somewhat disapprove" category - or motivate those who "somewhat approve" to stick with him - could determine whether Democrats' narrow congressional majorities can withstand Biden's first midterm elections, which typically deliver backlash against the president's party.
The rise of the childfree movement on TikTok
"I never had any children. I used to want kids...for like five seconds. And I'm so glad I never did it," says Samantha Osborne, an activist and comedian, in a recent TikTok.
6 Reasons Why Instagram Is A Great Marketing Tool For Your Business - Social Media Explorer
It's no secret that social media has become a huge part of our lives. According to a recent study, the average person spends 29 minutes per day on social media sites.