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Cheap Father’s Day Gifts On Amazon That Are Unique

Though the somewhat symbolic holiday might seem trivial in relation to everything going on in the world right now, it’s more important than ever to celebrate the dads and father figures in your life right now and bring them some joy. The good news is you don’t need to break the bank to give a […]

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What To Do About Travel You’d Booked For Later In 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the travel industry in unprecedented ways. With spring vacations canceled long ago and summer options looking grim, many travelers are wondering what they should do about trips they had booked for later in 2020. Should they go ahead and cancel or postpone? Is it better to just wait and see […]

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In Death, Jane Roe Finally Tells The Truth About Her Life

Norma McCorvey has a deathbed confession to make. The Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, who has become a mouthpiece for the right wing, is ready to tell the world that her decades-long stint as the shiniest trophy of the anti-abortion movement was, in fact, a sham. She took their money ― nearly half a million […]

Posted in: Food & Drink

How To Help Food Pantries Feed The Hungry Amid Protests

As unemployment rates increased due to the coronavirus pandemic, so too did the number of people relying on food pantries to survive. Over the past week, the destruction of property and the fear of violence (by police and others) accompanying a nationwide wave of racial justice protests has just made the situation more difficult. HuffPost […]

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Sunny Hostin Has No Time For Meghan McCain’s ‘Gone With The Wind’ Lament

Sunny Hostin of “The View” managed to put the controversy over HBO Max’s decision to pull “Gone With the Wind” from its offerings into proper perspective during Wednesday’s show. In the process, she also put co-host Meghan McCain in her place, prompting an apology from the show’s token Republican. After the new streaming channel announced […]

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5 Netflix Documentary Movies To Learn About American Politics

As if 2020 weren’t wild enough, there will be a presidential election in November. It may feel like we’ve been facing this pandemic for a year and even the Democratic primary seems like a memory from another age, but the general election is now less than five months away. Even if you’re 100% clear on […]

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The Safest Way To Take A Road Trip While Social Distancing

Whether it’s advisable or not, many people going stir crazy from weeks of social distancing are looking to take a drive or even a road trip. Though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people restrict car travel to essential trips only, folks are ready to skirt the rules a little. About 1 […]

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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week (May 16-22)

The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant and succinct wit. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious musings of 280 characters or less. Scroll through this week’s great tweets from women below. Then visit our “Funniest Tweets From Women” page for past roundups.

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Chyler Leigh Opens Up About Discovering Her Sexuality In Pride Month Essay

For actor Chyler Leigh, art imitated life when her character on The CW’s “Supergirl” came out as a lesbian, prompting her own journey of self-discovery.  Leigh candidly unpacked how her onscreen alter ego helped her come to terms with her own sexuality in a Pride Month essay she posted on Create Change, the website she co-founded. […]