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Demi Lovato's latest words are a reminder that just telling a loved one to reach out for help isn't enough.
The subtle and not-so-subtle ways people assert their dominance in the office are not all in your head.
If you've experienced issues like anxiety, depression or grief, you'll certainly relate to these lyrics.
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The artist's record label, Republic Records, released a statement mourning the "unexpected and tragic loss."
LGBTQ advocates urged him to apologize for a 2019 video of him calling trans people “some guy wearing a dress” and “it.”
Chief Richard Lee disrobed to his underwear and walked out into a snowstorm.
Michael Bloomberg's veto put him on the opposite side of reproductive rights groups, who strongly backed the measure.
The “Stranger Things” star got candid about the challenges she faces growing up in the spotlight.
The “Way Back” star opened up to The New York Times about why he'd felt compelled to hide the truth.
The government says Facebook illegally dodged taxes via a scheme involving an Irish subsidiary.
After killing Amarah Banks and her two daughters, Arzel Ivery fled to Memphis to start a new life, Wisconsin police say.
They were expelled after WSJ refused to apologize and "hold the persons involved accountable,” said a Chinese official.
Briahna Joy Gray also baselessly claimed Michael Bloomberg had suffered heart attacks. She later said she "misspoke."
The two animals met at the Mia Foundation, a nonprofit in Rochester, New York, that helps animals with disabilities.
In a clip from 2003, the former NYC mayor assures the GOP elite that "we will make George W. Bush have a second term."