5 Disturbing Signs Youre Dating A Pathologically Envious Narcissist

Nastia Cloutier-Ignatiev Have you ever dated or been in a relationship with someone who seemed to put you down at every turn and sabotage you? Who treated your accomplishments with contempt or your success with callous indifference? If so, you may have encountered a pathologically envious narcissist. Pathological envy happens

Sorry, Americans, you still can’t call her ‘Princess Meghan’

(CNN)Let’s be clear: just because Prince Harry’s new fiance Meghan Markle isn’t a princess doesn’t mean Americans won’t call her “Princess Meghan” until the end of time. “Most likely, he will be created a Duke. Sussex is available so [Meghan] would be HRH the Duchess of Sussex. Her rank would

Of course Trump used a racial slur at an event honoring Native American veterans

President Trump held an event in the Oval Office honoring Navajo code talkers.Image: brendan smialowski/AFP/Getty Images You may have survived Thanksgiving with your racist uncle, but President Donald Trump won’t let that feeling of relief last long. At an event honoring the Navajo code talkers who played a vital role

CNN had the perfect response to Trump’s latest attack

Ouch.Image: NurPhoto via Getty Images Donald Trump can’t stop getting dunked on by news organizations. On Saturday, Donald Trump took to Twitter for one of his favorite activities: attacking CNN (now in 280 characters!). Clapback of the year 😩👏🏽👏🏽 — fk off wit ur xmas names its still november morons

Trump Vows to End CFPB `Disaster’ With Temporary Head Mulvaney

A high-stakes legal clash is unfolding over President Donald Trump’s temporary pick to run Elizabeth Warren’s favorite bank regulator, and the White House is holding its ground. Trump on Friday said he’s naming White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to be the temporary head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Bitcoin hit a new record high over Thanksgiving weekend

The price of one bitcoin passed $9,000.Image: ALEXANDER DEMIANCHUK/GETTY images Bitcoin is getting closer and closer to $10,000.  The cryptocurrency hit a record high of $9,033 per bitcoin early Sunday morning. The price rose steadily over the weekend and surpassed $9,000 at around 6:40 a.m. UTC (1:40 a.m. ET), according

Franken Says He Doesn’t Remember Photos, Plans Return to Senate

Minnesota Democrat Al Franken, his future in the U.S. Senate in doubt after allegations he groped women, told a home-state newspaper he’s “looking forward to getting back to work” and doesn’t remember incidents in which he’s accused of misconduct. “I’m embarrassed and ashamed,” Franken told the Minneapolis-based Star Tribune newspaper in

These Are Some Of The Astrophysical Phenomena That Don’t Fit Our Theories

Science is one of the greatest achievements of humankind, and yet when our theories are confronted with reality, they often turn out to be coarse approximations. In astronomy in particular, this leads to a race between theory and observations, and often we discover things that seem to challenge everything we know.

Trump Vows to Revive Total Disaster Consumer Bureau With Mulvaney

A high-stakes legal clash is unfolding over President Donald Trump’s temporary pick to run Elizabeth Warren’s favorite bank regulator, and the White House is holding its ground. Trump on Friday said he’s naming White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to be the temporary head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Trump Is Quietly Making It Even Harder To Report Sexual Harassment And Discrimination

To the droves of women speaking up about sexual harassment and discrimination, the Trump administration’s message is clear: Shut up. The clearest example came in March. It received little coverage at the time. President Donald Trump reversed an Obama-era order that forbid federal contractors from keeping secret sexual harassment and