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Politician's Son Hilariously Interrupts Mom's Live Interview to Show Off Phallic Carrot
"A big up's to all our parents working from home and parenting at the same time — I see you!" Carmel Sepuloni, New Zealand's minister for social development, wrote on Twitter
G-Eazy's L.A. Home Includes a Special Gift from Kobe Bryant and a Sneaker 'Museum' — See Inside!
The "No Limit" rapper opened the doors to the Hollywood Hills house he bought for $1.75 million in 2017 to archdigest.com
These 6 States Are Offering 'Return-to-Work' Bonuses Up to $2,000 for Unemployed Residents
Economists have noted several factors that could be discouraging people from returning to work
Entrepreneur Creates Live Video Platform to 'Support and Amplify' Women Impacted by Pandemic
Shelly Fisher "came out of nowhere really and changed my life" says one woman who uses Girls Nite Live
Long Working Hours Are Killing 745,000 People a Year, Study Finds
Working more than 55 hours a week is a health hazard that leads to stroke and heart disease — and the pandemic may accelerate this trend, says the World Health Organization
Devoted Kindergarten Teacher Works with Her Dog 'Professor Ginger' to Make Virtual Learning Fun
Jessie Bekkedahl makes video lessons about words, shapes, and letters with her dog "Professor Ginger" for her kindergarten students in Riverside, California
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Daughter Hilariously Impersonates Mom Working from Home — and Other Parents Can't Help but Relate!
"I'm presenting on PowerPoint and the kids are like, 'Can you get me an [ice pop]?' " Colleen Chulis said of balancing motherhood while working from home
LinkedIn Adds New Job Titles for Stay-at-Home Parents amid COVID Pandemic
Recent statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor show that more than 2 million women have left the labor force in the past year, a trend partially fueled by layoffs and lack of childcare options
New Hampshire Lawmakers Say They've Been Told to Keep Their Pets Out of Virtual Meetings

"That's part of the life we're living right now, and pets are part of it, too," said Rep. Anita Burroughs of her cats making virtual appearances