"Roseanne" had its share of gay-friendly moments, and Roseanne Barr looked back at one of the most memorable on HuffPost Live on Friday -- the kiss she shared with Mariel Hemingway in the episode "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." While chatting...Show More Summary
Also helpful: tapping Tom Cruise to solve your tough management problems. I don't like to boss people around. I don't get motivated by telling people what to do, I don't take any pleasure in it. So I manage with curiosity, by asking questions. Read Full Story
From the April 15 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: Previously: Outnumbered Hosts Tell "Unengaged" Americans: "Please Don't" Vote Fox Hosts Agree: Requiring "A Test Before You Vote" Would Be "Great" These Fox Figures' Suggestions For Best Voting Practices Sound Similar To Jim Crow Laws
Dear Mr. Dad: For the past few months my son, who is almost four, has been going through the “why” phase—constantly asking questions like, “Why is sky blue?” and “Why can’t dogs sing?” Most of the time I don’t know what to tell him or how to make him stop. Show More Summary
Like most women, I was nervous about becoming a mom and worried a lot about what it would be like. I tried to prepare myself as best I could, and while I didn't read all the baby books, I definitely asked around. Before I gave birth,...Show More Summary
When we were waiting to adopt the first time, a wise and experienced adoptive mother said to me, "Don't ask others what they think about your family-building plans. Just tell them." Seems simple, but this advice was quite profound and life-changing for me. You see, I'm a typical type-A person. Show More Summary
Hi Alice, I've recently had new, hardwood floors put into my house. They were expensive to say the least, but look great, so I make a lot of effort to take care of them. My only problem is that some visitors don't seem to notice or respect this and wander in my house wearing their shoes, sending me into panic mode, dreading they'll cause damage. Show More Summary
What's the story you'll tell yourself if you don't create meaningful and lasting change in your life? Be honest. You know your patterns. You know your typical excuses, rationalizations, and justifications for failure. Just look ahead,...Show More Summary
The military has changed a lot over the past few years. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) was repealed in 2011, and in 2013, the ban on women in combat roles was lifted. Advocates for the removal of these bans felt that members of the LGBT...Show More Summary
By SAURABH JHA, MD @charlesornstein for some reason your doctor friends can't believe some one would get a blood test just to capture the data. I would. — Mark Cuban (@mcuban) April 2, 2015 To his credit, Mark Cuban, engaged on Twitter in response to my post. Mark, I’m sorry I had to leave […]
As a music business consultant, one of the most frequently asked questions I get from up-and-coming artists is, "Where do I find a manager?" And every single time, I tell them, "You don’t find a manager, a manager finds you." Guest Post by Christine Occhino on Sonicbids Blog People tend...
He has made anti-LGBT policy work a major part of his career, leading opposition to Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal back when he was in Congress and opposing marriage equality in every way possible. He has praised the very anti-LGBT...
I don’t know what Sister Maggie was thinking. She willingly wrote on a wall, when she had to have known that wouldn’t end well. She’s a nun. The Bible tells us the writing on the wall is an ill omen. As a nun, Maggie believes in the Bible devoutly and wouldn’t want to contradict its Word. Show More Summary
While the sheer joy of being a new mom or dad is immeasurable, there are some ugly truths of parenting — a topic that surfaced among the TODAY Parenting Team community this month when we asked you to share the things you wish you'd known before having children.The craziness, the mess, the lack of alone time. And does anyone really know what they’re doing?
Suggested by Shaker masculine_lady: "Besides them telling you, how do you know when someone loves you?"They don't try to substitute their own needs for mine, but ask me what I need and then do that.
What is it that Don Draper tells Peggy in that episode of Mad Men when she gives birth to an unintended baby? Something like "Don't look back, there's nothing for you there. Keep moving forward." I thought of that moment while reading Thomas Friedman's column about the Islamic State and the Middle East in The New York Times. Show More Summary
The Rome derby is one of the most intense matches in Europe. Don’t take our word for it – listen to Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone. The brilliant manager was interviewed by Gaizka Mendieta for Goal recently and he was asked by his former teammate if he remembers a particularly crazy episode that occurred at […]
[Editor’s note: When I asked Don Giannatti of Lighting Essentials to be a guest blogger, I knew that the piece would be good and honest (he tells it straight). I did not anticipate how honest he would tell it this time. If you are a long time photographer, I am sure you can relate to the writing below, if you are struggling [...]Show More Summary
Ask any old mechanic and they'll tell you about the 'Italian tune up,' which involves driving a car really hard as a means of maintenance. Not only is this actually true (not just a line mechanics feed dumb millionaires so they can thrash their Lamborghinis), it applies to a number of non-Italian cars. Show More Summary