Women tell stories as a way of validating

"I was thinking maybe after a couple more films, a couple TV shows under my belt. We think about who's been working quietly behind the scenes forever and deserves recognition.There are plenty of reasons to fear and protest the president's proposed budget.The plan is likely to hurt the young, the old, the poor, the sick, the arts, the lakes, the air, the rivers, every region and everybody but the zillionaires and drone makers.NUTLEY, NJ—Recounting the participants’ unwavering, single-minded focus throughout the three-hour event, local man Ross Harrison, who declined to join his friends’ fantasy football league, told reporters Friday he immediately regretted attending their draft party last night.TALLAHASSEE, FL—Noting the increasingly animated choreography and behavior of the characters on stage, sources at the Tallahassee Community Theatre reported Friday that this is apparently the kind of musical with a big number about putting on a show.

You've probably read headlines and social media posts in the past couple of days that said otherwise, and you may have joined the outraged wail. Leaning on a cane near the window of her living room Friday, Ollie Carter was glad to see a delivery driver park in front of her West Pullman home, then enter through the screen door with trays of turkey, sweet potatoes and other prepared foods.

Use the links provided in such outrageous items to trace them back to their original sources (you may have to follow several links in a chain to get there) and check their publication dates.

Often you’ll find that whatever it is you’re supposed to be outraged about took place several years ago and/or has long since been resolved.

GRAND BLANC, MI—In updates that reportedly were becoming both increasingly frequent and less interesting with every new addition, local woman Kate Morris was now just typing her 4-year-old child’s every word verbatim throughout the day as Facebook posts, sources said Thursday.

CHICAGO—Saying that he alone could determine the legitimacy the woman’s claim, area man Luke Haggerty will be the judge of whether coworker Delia Carroll is actually a true baseball fan, sources confirmed Wednesday.