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Dad cheers up his teen son with an pun-derful and inspiring card

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Being a teen is rough, but it’s always good to know your parents are there for you.

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Attention, people: The ‘Full House’ house is for sale, and it’s extravagant AF

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Want to live like the Tanners, but also very glamorously? Welcome home.

1709 Broderick Street, the San Francisco home famous for its role as “exterior of Tanner house” in the Full House opening credits, is officially up for sale. Don’t get too excited, though: in true Bay Area fashion, the asking price is $4.15 million.

“1709 Broderick Street represents a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of San Francisco…

This text line is helping teens talk about mental health without saying a word

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“He won’t stop raping me. He told me not to tell anyone.”

In August 2011, teen-focused social change organization

Those rumors of an all-glass iPhone just got a lot more realistic

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Even though it’s way too early to be talking about the 2017 iPhone, rumors about the device continue to persist.

Thus far, the rumors have suggested that the 2017 iPhone (maybe the iPhone 7S?) will return to an all-glass design. This was first floated by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo back in March.

Former coal executive murdered while visiting wife’s grave

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Anthony Arriaga and Brandon Fitzpatrick pulled into

Hungry dog definitely not interested in whatever sports game is happening

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Hey, dog, the game is over there!

Seattle Mariners fans have the pleasure of participating in Bark in the Park — a night where dog owners, who happen to love baseball, get to bring their precious pets to the game.

However, it looks like some dogs, like this one, are more interested in snacks than watching a good game.

You’d think they’d at least be excited about the chance of catching a foul ball. But fries are also good.

Other dogs at the…

British teens had the funniest reactions to their nightmarish maths exam

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LONDON — It’s been just over a week since British teenagers took to Twitter to lament their disastrous biology exam, and it doesn’t look as though the GCSE situation has improved much since then.

Thursday morning was time for one of the big ones: maths.

Going in, things weren’t looking good.

People were really, really hoping for those sweet stem and leaf questions.

Four hours later, though, that dream was crushed.

The…

Eye-opening cigarette cards trained Brits for incoming air raids

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Telephonists and postmen wearing oilskins and respirators at a civilian anti-gas school.

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In 1938 Britain, the prospect of war with Germany — and the bombing of civilian areas — was looking increasingly likely

To prepare citizens for these attacks, the government set up Air Raid Precautions (ARP), an organization tasked with training and marshaling Britons to prepare for and respond to bombs and gas attacks.

One way the ARP spread information…

Man pens witty, kind letter and airline actually drops his fee

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Sometimes you have to do things the old fashioned way.

After a sudden illness in March,

Paul McCartney reveals how he feels about Kanye West

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