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The TikTok Mob's Latest Target Might Not Deserve Its Wrath
"West Elm Caleb" has ceased to be a person. He's no longer a tall man with a mustache that has been accused of being a toxic, serial dater by a gaggle of women in New York City.
Bring your yard to life with these inspirational products designs - Yanko Design
In these pandemic-stricken times, we find ourselves spending more and more time at home.
Raffi's Post-Pandemic Song Is an Uplifting Classic
If you've got a Raffi record, a Raffi CD, or a Raffi playlist, you've heard the song "The More We Get Together."
Why Everything On Your TikTok For You Page Is Suddenly "Mid"
Just as scrolling on TikTok can educate us on a variety of topics - from recipes to the royal family - it can also leave us with a lot of questions.
Librarians are coming for podcasts
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Even if the Tories want Boris Johnson to go, no one's ready to wield the knife | Katy Balls
When the former Downing Street pollster James Johnson ran a focus group on "partygate" in the red wall seat of Bolton North East, the feedback wasn't exactly encouraging for No 10.
Analysis | Can You Afford to Join the Great Resignation?
Many of us fantasize about quitting our jobs. In 2021, more people than ever turned that dream into reality.
Serena Deeb finds a home with All Elite Wrestling
Serena Deeb calls herself the Woman of a Thousand Holds and the Professor of Professional Wrestling because she's especially adept at the form's muscle-mangling maneuvers, which she's mastered after more than 16 years in the business.
Same-sex couple become first in Taiwan to legally adopt child
A married same-sex couple have become the first in Taiwan to legally adopt a child neither of them are related to, after they challenged local laws in court.
Newark eyeing state Homekey grant to convert hotel to housing for homeless
NEWARK - Newark plans to apply for a $39 million state grant to purchase a hotel in the city and convert it to permanent housing for people who are homeless and those earning very low incomes, the first complex of its kind in the city's history.