How many of the candidates running in the Democratic primary could you name? If the answer is "not very many," then you're not alone. It's the most crowded presidential primary field in history.
But this is a problem: voters could be facing what political scientists call "choice overload," in which they ignore most of the field and opt for the best-known candidate. Which may explain the stronger-than-expected start for Joe Biden. Read more here.
If your children struggle to find the enthusiasm to get up and go to school on a Monday morning, there may come a time when they don't have to.
NBC News' Adam Edelman reports that one school district in Colorado switched to a four-day week at the start of this school year. Students spend their Mondays playing volleyball, spending time with family at the local state park or volunteering.
It's a move designed to attract and retain teachers — but of course not everyone's happy. Parents of younger children worry about childcare while those with older kids are concerned about too much unstructured time.
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If you ever receive automated phone calls telling you about something that sounds very much like a scam, you're not the only one.
The Federal Trade Commission received more than 3.7 million complaints about this last year and a Freedom of Information request by NBC News uncovered just how fed up Americans are with these scam calls.
Stand Up America says it has 2.4 million members and is set on lobbying members of the House. Key figures, such as Speaker Nancy Pelosi, have called for patience as all options are tried before impeachment, such as using contempt rules against those who defy subpoenas.