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Nearly 40% Of Teens Find Social Media Drama “Overwhelming”

Ever since social media started gaining popularity in the early 2010s, parents across the country have been worrying about the impact of social media on their children, especially their teens. ... Read more

Will Inflation Be the Straw That Breaks the American Middle Class?

Few Americans not currently attending a quarterly earnings call have anything positive to say about the ongoing slope of inflation in the US. Still, few can decisively predict the long-term ... Read more

After Years Of Saying They Wont: In-N-Out is Finally Heading East?

For decades, burger chain In-N-Out has said they will only operate west of the Mississippi. With locations in California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas, Oregon, and Colorado. The claim is that ... Read more

10 Big Actors Who Look Older Than Their Actual Age

Who are some prominent actors who look older than their actual ages? After polling the internet, here are the top-voted responses. 1. Wilford Brimley Someone volunteered, “Wilford Brimley looked 70 ... Read more

Report: More Than a Quarter of Young Americans Now Get Their News From TikTok

In addition to pursuing mental healthcare and wishing they could afford a house, there’s something else more than a quarter of young American adults now do: get their news from ... Read more

Anti-Corporate Sentiment Is No Longer a Partisan Opinion, It’s For Everyone

Anti-corporate sentiment has long been an opinion held dominantly by the political left. Phrases like “eat the rich” have been a popular way to express people's negative sentiment towards the ... Read more
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10 Best Christmas Movies for Ringing in Holiday Cheer

It's that time of year again when people are decorating their homes, trimming their trees, and shopping till they drop into relaxing on the couch with a holiday movie. Here ... Read more

Despite Runaway Inflation, Americans Still Willing to Buy Holiday Gifts

Inflation has been a massive downer for all 2022. It's managed to creep into almost every aspect of our lives and sink its claws deep. Food, gas prices, and interest ... Read more

If You Don’t Vote, You Might Be A Bad Member of Society

If you thought you were a good, upstanding citizen in society, you might be wrong. Pew Research published a study that questions respondents on what criteria they feel measure whether ... Read more

Smartphones Are the Shopping Platform of the Future, Study Reveals

Shopping at brick-and-mortar stores could be going out of vogue. A study by Pew Research shows that adults across America are reporting that they have transitioned to online shopping. Whether ... Read more