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Joe Biden's TikTok strategy

newsweek.com Joe Biden is attempting to appeal to Generation Z and Millennial voters by "adopting a more aggressive message about his economic record" on social media platform TikTok…

'Jeopardy!' is in hot water

newsweek.com Jeopardy! has come under fire on social media over the inclusion of a clue regarding neopronouns during Monday's Tournament of Champions quarterfinal. During the episode,…

Sen. Tammy Duckworth gets personal in push to protect IVF

axios.com Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) is sharing her fertility journey as part of a renewed push for legislation to ensure families have access to procedures like in vitro…

After Alabama’s IVF nightmare, these are the 10 worst states for women to live in

aol.com Facing unequal pay, anti-abortion legislation, and workplace bias, women are making tough decisions when deciding where to plant their roots. And now, with state-level…

Gen Z is living with their parents to save money. But it's going to cost them, big time

businessinsider.com After graduating from college in 2021, Bethany Clark moved back in with her parents. She planned to spend a year studying full time to be a teacher, so it made sense to live…

Jill On Money: Financial interdependence

siliconvalley.com When I field questions about parents helping their adult children financially, there is ambivalence from both sides. The older generation often feels like they have no…

If Trump wins, will the U.S. become isolationist?

nbcnews.com In 1940, as Hitler’s troops rolled across Europe, a growing chorus of Republicans argued against sending American weapons to Britain. The United States, they said, would be…

The most popular news podcasts share the mic

niemanlab.org The hosts of the most popular news podcasts hardly ever fly solo. A new report from the Pew Research Center finds news podcasts are more likely than other types of top…

The rise of the TikTok news anchor

economist.com “BREAKING NEWS: it looks like there is some weird stuff going on in America.” Welcome to the news on TikTok. Before we dwell on how and when it is appropriate to start a…

Univision, America’s Spanish news giant, reaches out to Donald Trump

economist.com The last time Donald Trump took questions on camera from Univision, America’s biggest Spanish-language television network, the reporter ended up being bundled out of the…

New Report Looks at TikTok Usage Behaviors in the US

socialmediatoday.com Pew Research has shared some new data on TikTok usage in the U.S., and how Americans are interacting with the Chinese-owned app. Though there are some provisos to consider…

Always On?

statista.com If you sometimes feel like you’re online pretty much nonstop, we have good news for you: you’re not alone. According to a recent Pew Research survey, 4 in 10 American adults…

Meet a boomer who unretired to help her Gen Z kids get through college and find stability: 'They're terrified'

businessinsider.com had to go back to work to support herself and her kids. FG Trade/Getty Images Jane, a 63-year-old Texan, has returned to work after retiring. Her decision was driven by…

If Regulators Don't 'Block Road,' Driverless Cars Will Transform

city-journal.org Lilia Salazar, 95, has lived in her house in Long Beach, California, since 1953. To Lilia, suburban homeownership represented the achievement of the American dream. In her…

Almost half of adults on TikTok have never posted a video, research shows

techcrunch.com Adults on TikTok lean camera-shy, a new study from Pew Research Center suggests. A survey of 2,745 adults who use TikTok revealed that 48% of respondents have never posted a…

Only half of TikTok users actually post on the platform, new report finds

axios.com Data: Pew Research Center; Chart: Erin Davis/Axios Visuals The top 25% of TikTok users produce 98% of the public videos found on the platform, according to a report from Pew…

‘I stay with mommy and daddy’: This 22-year-old Californian says he can't afford to move out anytime soon

aol.com To move out or not to move out, that is the question many young adults find themselves agonizing over these days. Getting a place of your own used to be an important marker…

Seven questions we have for America’s governors

politico.com The modern American governor has never been more powerful. One party has total control of the government in 40 states for the first time in at least 30 years. Many governors…

52% of Black Americans say homeownership is a mark of success, report finds. But it can conflict with other goals

cnbc.com While homeownership is out of reach for many Black Americans, most still see it as a hallmark of success. About 66% of Black Americans consider themselves successful in some…

A flood insurance quirk makes basements a bad place to keep your stuff

cnbc.com American basements are a hodgepodge of personal property, leveraged as storage units, man caves, game rooms, wine cellars, home bars and secondary living rooms. The problem…

Are parents too involved in their adult children's lives?

reason.com "Parents Are Highly Involved in Their Adult Children's Lives, and Fine With It," declared the front page of The New York Times on February 9. "New surveys show that today's…

Just 18% Believe Government Is Doing a ‘Good’ Job at the Border in Devastating Poll For Biden

mediaite.com AP Photo/Gregory Bull Only 18% of Americans approve of the federal government’s handling of the southern border, according to a new survey. The Pew Research Center study,…

What bullets do to kids

vox.com A mourner of the victims of the 2023 mass shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville pays respects at a makeshift memorial. | Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images Gun…

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