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Chelsea Handler Admits Something Most Women Are Afraid To

Over the weekend, famed female talk show host Chelsea Handler shared a piece of her private history with the world. In an essay published on Playboy’s website, the comedian best known for her brash, take-no-prisoners tone, shared that at the age of 16, she underwent not one but two abortions: “I was going through a very bad stage in my life. I hated my parents and I was having unprotected sex with my boyfriend, who was not someone I should’ve been having sex with in the first place, nevermind unprotected sex.

19 Rude And Selfish Parkers Who Pissed Off The Wrong Parking Lots

Vandalizing someone’s car is wrong and illegal, so don’t do it. But what you can do is check out what happened to these incredibly rude parkers who pissed off the wrong people.

Winners Announced In The National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

National Geographic has just announced the winners of its 2016 Travel Photographer of the Year Contest.

Here’s How To Talk To Kids About Sexual Violence

As the sexual assault and harassment allegations against embattled Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein continue to grow, many have taken to social media to share their own experiences of being violated.

Dozens Of People March To Support A Black Child Who Was Harassed By Racists

Racial intimidation is vile and dehumanizing, but there are few more disgusting things than when this form of hatred is directed at a child.

The NBA Is Bracing Itself For Possible Protests

There is no easy solution for the NBA when it comes to potential protests that could take place during the national anthem.

The Phoenix Suns Run The Court In Perfect Synchronization, Creating A Hypnotic Visual Effect

While the first few days of the NBA season may stand out for a heartbreaking pair of injuries to both the Celtics’ Gordon Hayward and the Nets’ Jeremy Lin, the early slate of games also brought at least one lighter moment when the Suns squared off against the Trailblazers on Oct.

Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Shad Khan Thinks Trump’s NFL Attacks Are More About Jealousy Than Patriotism

Over the past few months, President Donald Trump has been a vocal critic of the NFL. Trump went so far as to tell a crowd in Alabama that owners should fire players who protest inequality by kneeling for the national anthem.

The City Of Little Rock Wrote An Incredibly Cringe-y 'Breakup Letter' With Amazon Over Its New Headquarters

With so many towns and cities courting Amazon to be the selected site of the retail juggernaut’s “HQ2” home to 50,000 new jobs, each is working hard to stand out in their own way.

LeBron James Made A Powerful Statement With His Shoes On The NBA’s Opening Night

Though he’s always maintained the level of diplomacy one might expect from an iconic sports figure in the United States, recently LeBron James has taken a more direct approach to his criticisms.

Italy Is Teaching Students How To Spot Fake News

A new Politico poll just confirmed that nearly half of voters surveyed — a whopping 46% — think the media makes up stories about the president, while just 37% believe they do not.

Olympic Star Gymnast McKayla Maroney Says She Was Molested By A Team USA Doctor

Over the weekend, actress Alyssa Milano tweeted a call-out to victims of sexual abuse “so we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.” If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.

California Inmates Risk Their Lives Battling Fires For $1 An Hour

Fire season has been devastating in California this fall. As of mid-October, 17 large fires were burning across the northern part of the state, and five out of six major fires were contained in the south.

France Is Considering Legal Action Against Catcallers On Its Streets

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein reports that the Hollywood mogul consistently and repeatedly used his power to sexually harass and assault women in the industry, discussion in the United States about the prevalence of such acts has reached a fever pitch.

7 Terrifyingly Accurate Attempts By A Computer To Recreate Trump’s Unusual Speaking Pattern

One doesn’t require mountains of research and archival footage to ascertain that President Trump has a speaking style that’s very, er, distinctive.

The People-Pleaser’s Guide To Pleasing People

If you want to get better at pleasing people, check out these people-pleasing tips and learn how to get the most least out of your life.

An Olympic Athlete And Board Member On The Next Fight In Sports And What Millenials Get Right

Growing up in a family active in promoting civil rights, Anita L. DeFrantz knew the importance of letting her voice be heard as an African-American and as a young woman, from an early age.

Some Think It’s Worth The Risk, But Hazing Can Be Deadly

This fall has seen another tragic death due to hazing. Maxwell Gruver, an 18-year-old Phi Delta Theta pledge at Louisiana State University, died hours after participating in a mock quiz designed to get pledges disturbingly drunk – fast.

Biden Offers A Heartfelt Plea To Obama’s Former Employees Who Now Work Under Trump

As difficult as it has been for many American citizens to weather the transition from the Obama administration to Donald Trump’s, for those employed by the former president and continuing to hold their positions under Trump, it’s likely been far more taxing.

The NBA's List Of Banned Items Reads Like A How-To List For Disruptive Fans

Anyone who has attended a sporting event knows that disruptive behavior can ruin the experience for others seated nearby and, in many cases, lead to dangerous confrontations between those in attendance.