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The Overlooked Trumpcare Threat: A Medicare Time Bomb

Just over two years ago, Donald Trump gave a speech announcing his run for the presidency. In that speech, he promised that he would not cut Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid. That promise became a centerpiece of his campaign. It was a key way for Trump to differentiate himself, as a matter of policy, from his Republican primary opponents – a distinction he happily and frequently pointed out. In the general election, the promise helped him appeal to voters who don’t traditionally support... 

Prince Charles marks 40 years as Colonel-in-Chief

Wearing his tropical service dress and the Paras’ maroon beret, Charles joined hundreds of families, friends and old soldiers at Merville Barracks in Colchester for a day of events. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Charlotte Casiraghi speaks about grieving her father

Charlotte Casiraghi, 30, opened up about her about the ‘anguish’ she felt following the tragic passing of Stefano Casiraghi. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Everything You Need To Know About The GOP Senate Health Care Bill

On Thursday, Senate Republicans released their discussion draft health care bill after weeks of secret meetings. The bill, which was marketed as different from the health care legislation passed by the House in May, looks remarkably similar to its predecessor. It’s also complex and hard to understand. For the less than fluent in health care policy, we’ve compiled a hand guide: everything you need know in one place. The big takeaways: The new bill will negatively affect key demographics,... 

Kenya’s Giving Free Sanitary Pads To Schoolgirls Who Can’t Afford Them

Menstruation is a natural and unavoidable part of most girls’ lives. But for many young girls in Kenya, it was a stressful inconvenience that often interferes with education and perpetuates a cycle of poverty – until now. Young Kenyan activists have long highlighted the problem of a lack of access to sanitary pads for girls. The inability to purchase the pads prompted girls to either skip school when they had their periods or create protection out of uncomfortable materials. In response... 

The Complicated Role Race Plays In The ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Scandal

The “Bachelor” franchise’s longtime problems with race have been cast into a harsh spotlight in the past couple of weeks. With rumors swirling over alleged on-set sexual misconduct between a black male and a white woman, both members of the summer spin-off “Bachelor in Paradise” cast, many viewers have been left unsettled by dueling narratives that play into the most damaging stereotypes about black men and about women. Warner Bros., which produces the series, put out a statement this... 

The eight best homes in the world revealed

A list of eight best homes in the world has been released as part of an Ultimate House Hunt. The collection of stunning abodes includes properties from South Africa, Greece, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic, as well as Canada, Malaysia and Switzerland. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Are these the biggest design fails ever?

In design fails compiled by Bored Panda that span public areas and buildings but also adverts and warning signs, it’s evident the ‘brains’ behind them didn’t fully think things through. Powered by WPeMatico  More →

Prince Harry Perfectly Explains What Panic Attacks Feel Like

Does this sound familiar? In a recent interview with Forces TV, a U.K. Army channel, Prince Harry opened up about his experience with panic attacks, giving an honest description of what it’s like to deal with this mental health issue. “In my case, every single time I was in any room with loads of people, which is quite often, I was just pouring with sweat, my heart beating ― boom, boom, boom, boom ― literally, just like a washing machine,” he said. Harry also said that his fight or... 

DeMario Jackson Reportedly Ditching ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ After Scandal

2017 hasn’t been reality TV star DeMario Jackson’s year. In the span of a single month, he was exposed as a liar on national television, found himself at the center of a scandal that shut down production of “Bachelor in Paradise,” and inadvertently jumpstarted a conversation about consent and reality TV.  Now, he’s reportedly not returning as a contestant on the dating show, multiple outlets report, after an investigation led by Warner Bros. concluded there was no misconduct... 
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