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  • Buying a home by age 35 is worth it now

    Nicole Christianson, a 26-year-old sales rep, was tired of writing big checks for tiny apartments. And she wanted to do more with her cash than stash it in a savings

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  • Lily, along with Modern Family, struggles to grow up

    Sitcoms are largely resistant to change. While some certainly challenge conventions, most want to keep the formula exactly the same. That’s what viewers expect and want. They tune in weekly so that they can spend some time with the characters they know, without any big surprises. Sure, there are moments and plots that change the lives of those characters in ways that seem important, but it’s only a few episodes later that it’s clear not much has really changed. Something like The Big Bang Theory...

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  • Kylie Jenner says family 'cut her off at the age of 15'

    Kylie Jenner gets why people don't believe she's self-made, but she insists she is. "My parents told me I needed to make my own money, it's time to learn how to save and spend your own money, stuff like that," she told Paper magazine. "What I'm trying to say is I did have a platform, but none of my money is inherited." The reality star and makeup mogul talked to Paper about a wide array of topics, from motherhood to money. There was backlash after Forbes put Jenner, 21, on their "America's Women...

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  • Kylie Jenner says family 'cut her off at the age of 15'

    Kylie Jenner gets why people don't believe she's self-made, but she insists she is.

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  • Maryland debates raising age to buy tobacco products

    Six states and the District of Columbia have already raised the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21, and Virginia is on track to enact similar legislation.

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  • Young LGBTQ Families Are Growing Dramatically, Survey Finds

    It’s bleak right now but the future, assuming that humans manage to stave off the climate catastrophe for another millennia, is bright. According to a new survey by the Family Equality Council, most LGBTQ millennials in America are becoming parents, having more children, and planning to grow their families—options that most LGBTQ people in generations past didn’t have thanks to both advances in technology and changes in public policy and perception.

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  • As expansion debate grows, major changes soon for Medicaid

    As North Carolina politicians gear up for a big debate this year over Medicaid expansion, the state is already prepping for dramatic changes soon in how it pays for and treats most current enrollees.

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