Ben and Kami Crawford are defending their decision to allow their six-year-old son to run a marathon, while revealing that child services is investigating their family. The Crawfords shared a photo to Instagram over the weekend showing their youngest child, Rainier, being interviewed by an investigator from Kentucky’s child protective services department. Story continues below
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Teenagers have a bad reputation and are often portrayed as lazy or selfish in the media. This, however, is an unfortunate and largely inaccurate representation. RELATED: NFL Prospect Spots Pregnant Homeless Woman on the Sidewalk – Shocks an Onlooker with What He Does Next Many teenagers are warm-hearted, kind, and wise; their actions can often
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If you haven’t heard about the anti-work movement yet, you likely will soon. Here’s a primer: It is indeed (albeit loosely organized) a movement, coalesced on a discussion thread on Reddit, Anti-work: Unemployment for all, not just the rich!. The movement’s founder, Doreen Ford, describes anti-work as a radical leftist movement; its philosophical foundation is
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WARNING: This story contains strong language. Discretion is advised. A U.K. employment tribunal has ruled that calling a man “bald” constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace. This remarkable decision was reached after electrician Tony Finn brought a complaint against the manufacturing firm where he had worked for almost 24 years. After a breakdown in workplace
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Alfred Matthew “Weird Al” Yankovic, known to the world simply as Weird Al, has been creating wacky musical parodies of other artists’ songs and making audiences laugh their butts off since the mid 1970s.  RELATED: Weird Al’ Yankovic Reconnects With High-School Crush 50 Years After Missed Connection From his outlandish 1984 performance of “Eat it,” a parody
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