Finding the perfect prom dress is hard enough. But if you want to make the process harder on yourself, just try ordering it online.
Over the past few days, people have tweeted horror stories about buying dresses for prom, basing their purchase solely on photos from the internet.
When a California teen realized her father was unhappy about missing her prom pictures, she decided to make it up to him.
Lourdes Medrano’s 54-year-old father had to work on the night of his daughter’s big dance.
No, the woman featured in this photograph doesn’t really have the world’s longest arm. Although at first glance, the snap does suggest otherwise:
Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” gained popularity almost instantly after being released on the streaming platform March 31. But as more and more people are watching the series, controversy has surfaced surrounding its sensitive subject matter.
No visit to a new doctor would be complete without a litany of forms and questions: Have you ever been a smoker? Are you currently pregnant? Have you been pregnant within the last 12 months? Do you have any parents or siblings who died of cancer?
But there are two important questions that don’t make every doctor’s list: With what gender do you identify? And: What is your sexual orientation?
Doctors are supposed to collect information on gender identity and sexual orientation, both at regular appointments and in emergency room settings, per guidelines from the U.S.
Sierra Bradway lost her father, an Indianapolis police officer, four years ago in the line of duty.
As a mom, psychologist and the author of two books focused specifically on traumatic events in teens, I knew I had to watch “13 Reasons Why,” even though I prefer my non-work activities to be lighthearted and relaxing.
A group of young ballerinas from the Mayfair Performance Company on Chicago’s south side joined Steve Harvey on his talk show (airing Friday) to show him their best moves. But Mr. Harvey had a surprise in store: introducing the gifted dancers to their role model ― ballet icon Misty Copeland.
Warning! Spoilers below for “13 Reasons Why.”
To refresh your memory, Justice and Grande co-starred on Nickelodeon’s hit show “Victorious.