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'Monsters-in-Law' Have a Rough Rep

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A New York Post article says that if you'd rather do your taxes than do time with your mother-in-law, you are by no means alone!

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iPhone: A Toddler's BFF?

Toddler using iPhone

Believe it or not, the hottest toy for toddlers these days doesn't directly involve epic names like Elmo or Nick Jr. It involves your personal and professional livelihood -- with a side of sanity. It's your iPhone. But a growing number of child experts are worried that our kids will become more into what's virtual than in real life.

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NYC Muslim Teen Beaten and Bullied for a Year!

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As a vulnerable teen, what do you do when caught in a war between your faith and your everyday life? The New York Daily News told the very sad tale of a 16-year-old Muslim boy who was beaten by four bullies on a daily basis -- for a year!

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California Soon To Be Up in Smoke

Smoking Marjuana
A new bill reduces the offense for marijuana possession in California. What message does this send our kids?

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Poll Shows Moms Are Harder On Daughters Than Sons

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BBC News reports there may be some truth to the common thought that mothers have a tendency to be harder on their daughters than their sons.

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More Family Time = Greater Happiness, Study Says

Happy Family

A recent British study found that simple things -- such as quality time with your family and a home-cooked meal -- rate high on the happiness scale. But more than half of the respondents said that it's difficult to "lead a balanced life" ....

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Three-Year-Old Brought Weed to Preschool

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It's SO GROSS when grownups use their kids as their own personal stash boxes. A 3-year-old was discovered showing two dime bags of weed to a classmate in preschool.

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KFC Pays Coeds to 'Ass-vertise'

KFC Ad

Since launching last spring, KFC's sinful Double Down sandwich hasn't exactly been selling well. KFC has taken their marketing campaign to the streets: The company's paying college coeds a cool $500 to prance around campus sporting Double Down sweatpants.

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