"I just feel very charged for people who stand up for what's right," she said. "I just want to be able to serve and use my strengths as best as possible."
DES MOINES — Republican Sen. Joni Ernst and Democratic challenger Theresa Greenfield differed sharply Thursday about whether systematic racism…
The state of Iowa has put graduates in this untenable position.
“Be creative and be flexible. If you had told me when I graduated that I wouldn’t be using Spanish on an everyday basis I would have been devastated, because I spent my whole life working toward this … it can feel like college degrees are a dime a dozen. It certainly did in 2010 when I graduated, but if you think on a global scale, it’s really a privilege to have higher education. Put the concepts and the things that you’ve learned in college to use. Think about how the things that you know and do can be applied to a workplace that isn’t directly one of the things that people think of when they think of your degree. Sometimes you have to let go of one dream to get to the new dream … it’s unfortunate that this is why you have to be clever. But I think that there’s a real potential for innovation.”
When we read “prestigious prep school” and we know the author is the manipulative, gaslighty (in a good way), amazing Carol Goodman, we know nothing good is going to happen in those halls of privilege. Her newest novel is relentlessly harrowing (again, in a good way). A dead girl. An accused son. A school with a secret past. There’s even a scene in which a man is accused of murder during the class production of “The Crucible” — ooh!
The Duke and Duchess do not have any tax privileges. But, because they don't have private incomes at the moment and largely live off public and family expenses, they have not had to pay any tax.
Louisiana's law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at local hospitals is virtually identical to a Texas measure the court struck down in 2016. What's different is that Justice Anthony Kennedy, part of the majority in 2016, has retired and been replaced by Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Both appointees of President Donald Trump, Justice Neil Gorsuch and Kavanaugh dissented in February from a decision to keep the Louisiana law on hold. Now they will hear their first major abortion case. The outcome could reveal whether the justices are willing to uphold more state abortion restrictions.
It's amazing how much taking stock of your life and what you have can do for your self-care. And gratitude is more than a thank-you note to your body.
The biggest looming question that Democrats would like answered Wednesday: Would you have charged Trump if he were not a sitting President?
As soon as your kids begin to go online, it’s important to explain your expectations of their behavior. By acting responsibly and respectfully, they will enjoy their time online and get the best of the internet while mostly avoiding things such as cyberbullying and inappropriate content. Here are some basics to share with your child:
Dear Amy: I am a male with a female co-worker, “Danica.” I like Danica. We have a similar sense of humor, and I get the sense she wants to be …
Dear Amy: I’m a married man in my 40s. I love my wife (we have no children by mutual agreement), and I know she loves me. I want to keep my ma…