As recent headlines show, disturbances on a plane can happen. Here's what to do if you find yourself in the crosshairs.
And we're not talking about watermelon and cucumbers.
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These pros have seen it all — and they’re revealing the bad behavior to steer clear of when attending a wedding.
Trans folks share the best way to course-correct when you use the wrong pronouns without making it worse or awkward.
Are facial and body sunscreens just a marketing tactic — or are they both necessary?
The event’s organizers specifically called on white women to join the sit-in to leverage their “privilege and their power.”
The New York Republican has pleaded not guilty to a 13-count indictment charging he duped donors, stole from his campaign and lied to Congress.
In a panicky online post, the former president expressed disbelief that he could be indicted and said he’s innocent of all wrongdoing.
The Fox News host is getting her shot in Tucker Carlson's old time slot.
Prince Harry has arrived at a London court ahead of his testimony against a tabloid publisher he accuses of phone hacking and other unlawful snooping.
This week, three more current or former governors are joining the presidential fray while just one senator has declared: Tim Scott of South Carolina.
Barrymore accused outlets of "putting words in my mouth" after making some brutally honest comments about her mom in a Vulture profile.
And this wasn't the ESPN analyst's first NBA anti-hug rant.
"Trump too small" references Trump's 2016 campaign exchange Florida senator and then-GOP presidential rival Marco Rubio.
The senator sparred with Whoopi Goldberg and Sunny Hostin about race and more during the show.
It's common to word your out-of-office message this way, but it could be causing you unnecessary issues when you get back.
Andrew Weissmann broke down the "bottom line" in the "zillion stories" about the investigation into the former president's mishandling of classified documents.