How Michelle Obama, Oprah and 5,000 women gave every man an important lesson On being better husbands: “Men can be better husbands, which is — be a part of your family’s life. Do the dishes. Don’t babysit your children. You don’t babysit your own children. Be engaged. Don’t just think going to work and coming home ... 06/15/2016 - 12:33 am | View Link
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White House Correspondents' Video: Watch President Obama's 10 Best Jokes The former Speaker of the House, who made news this week by likening Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz to “Lucifer in the flesh,” turned out to be the unexpected guest star of President Barack Obama‘s eighth and final speech at the annual ... 04/29/2016 - 10:17 pm | View Link
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If you only read one thing: Chaos on the Democratic convention floor yielded to at least begrudging party unity Monday, as Michelle Obama, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders delivered full-throated endorsements of Hillary Clinton. Tearful images of distraught Bernie supporters flooded television screens as he delivered a forceful call for his faithful to back his former rival.
Cersei Lannister may have just landed the Iron Throne in Game of Thrones, but in real life, Lena Headey — who plays the newly crowned queen — thinks someone else is deserving of America’s greatest seat of power.
The 42-year-old British actress took to Twitter Tuesday morning to express her support for Michelle Obama following the First Lady’s speech on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention.
A $107 billion bid by the world’s biggest beer company, Anheuser-Busch InBev, to buy the world’s second-biggest beer company, SABMiller, received the federal government’s blessing last week. The question now is whether American beer lovers ought to be concerned. And the answer is unsatisfying: nobody’s sure yet.
While a can of Bud will likely cost about the same next summer as it does today, beer insiders say the real impact of this acquisition—nicknamed the Megabrew deal on Wall Street—on the robust American industry could come in the form of fewer locally-owned breweries, and therefore fewer consumer choices: fewer craft brews, fewer imports, and less innovation on tasty new products.
Whether the industry goes in that direction won’t be clear for at least a couple years.
Picture this situation: A client sends you an expensive bottle of liquor at work — one you know you wouldn’t splurge on yourself. While it might seem harmless to accept what seems like a nice gesture — and perhaps even rude to decline it — you could regret that decision later, when your professional integrity gets called into question.
That scenario is similar to the one in which presumptive Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine now finds himself.