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The grim reality of millennials who rely on their parents for money: ‘I pay for lunch at work, and I pay for my Netflix account’
Roughly half of millennials and Generation Z expect to be financially reliant on their parents in their early 20s. Despite a decade-long expansion and record-low unemployment, studies suggest that between 60% and 70% of 18- to 34-year-olds rely on their parents for financial assistance. But most young Americans don't agree with Kristine's confessed embarrassment, according to a study released this week by TD Ameritrade (AMTD) (Parents had a slightly different opinion.
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Steph Curry Defends Wife Ayesha After the Internet Mocks Her Dancing
- Politics USA TODAY
A growing number of Republicans distanced themselves Thursday from Donald Trump supporters who broke into a chant of “send her back” in North Carolina.
- U.S. USA TODAY
A LAPD officer is facing life in prison after an investigation into an accusation of rape led to the discovery of another victim.
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She could have gotten 20 years in prison, if not for her juvenile status.