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- Hello Giggles
Score deals on Tory Burch, Coach, Sam Edelman, and more coveted brands.
- Eating Well
Air fryers, blenders, toaster ovens, and more are up to 40% off.
- The Takeout
Welcome to Like A Virgin, a new column in which we’ll recommend a different zero-ABV drink each week. They’re not “near beers,” they’re not “mocktails”—they’re delicious beverages that anyone and everyone should try at least once. Got an idea for a future Like A Virgin column? Email us at email@example.com.
- In The Know
The affordable step to happy, healthy skin.
- ABC News Videos
A soldier at Fort Hood in Texas, Guillen went missing in April 2020. Friends and family brought national attention to her case as they sought answers from Army officials.
Amazon Music is bringing a piece of old-fashioned radio to the streaming era with the rollout of DJ Mode — a new experience that will feature top DJs, artists and music experts providing commentary over curated playlists. The first artist-led DJ Mode is hosted by teen superstar Billie Eilish. In Amazon Music’s limited-time “The Billie […]
- In The Know
Now is the time to finally get one for yourself.
- KTRK – Houston
Police in Fulshear said a traffic stop involving a driver wanted for a felony warrant escalated to the point an officer had to fire deadly shots.
If you’re a Prime member then by now, you should definitely know the drill. Prime Day is Amazon’s biggest sales event of the year each and every year, and all the deepest discounts are available exclusively to Prime subscribers. On top of that, we all know that Prime Day is so huge that Amazon’s deals …
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) -Boris Johnson cast the Group of Seven summit as a "gigantic media circus" on Thursday after leaders were paraded before journalists and U.S. President Joe Biden walked arm-in-arm up the beach discussing democracy with France's Emmanuel Macron. G7 summits are notorious for anodyne and slightly ridiculous photo opportunities which leave world leaders struggling to seem natural in bizarre contexts - for example meeting another world leader on a small, overcast English beach. Under grey clouds, British prime minister Johnson, with ruffled blonde hair, and his new wife Carrie, greeted other G7 leaders and their partners on a specially constructed wooden gangway beside the Atlantic.
- Entertainment Weekly
In honor of Pride Month, EW looks back at some of daytime TV's groundbreaking story lines.
Popular breeds like Labradors, golden retrievers, French bulldogs, and corgis have never taken the top spot at the famous Westminster Dog Show.
- Delish Videos
The perfect breakfast side: crispy pan fried baby potatoes.
First announced in 2019, Amazon Sidewalk has finally been unleashed upon the masses. Billed as a free “low-bandwidth network,” Sidewalk helps keep a variety of Amazon products online by connecting to other devices owned by your neighbors. It’s a unique idea – although the thought of having dozens of unknown electronics connected to your Echo …
- The State
The Victorian stunner was constructed in 1905 from mail-order house plans.
- In The Know
By their kids' 5th birthday, the average parent will have shared 1,500 photos and videos of their children online — but some families are opting out of "sharenting."
- Yahoo News
A new report offers the latest warning about a serious threat to election integrity and democracy itself, one that has gone largely overlooked as Democrats focus their attention on making it easier to vote.
- Rolling Stone
Dylan was recovering from the flu that night and he barely touched the guitar, but there's something magical about his performance
- Real Simple
Check Your Freezer: The USDA Says These Frozen Breaded Chicken Products May Be Contaminated With Salmonella
The chicken has been linked to at least 17 salmonella cases in six states.
- Associated Press
President Joe Biden’s nominee to oversee federal lands in the U.S. West is facing Republican pressure to withdraw over her ties to environmental activists convicted of spiking trees to sabotage a national forest timber sale more than 30 years ago. U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, the ranking Republican on the Senate energy committee, said Friday that U.S. Bureau of Land Management nominee Tracy Stone-Manning should be disqualified for her collaboration with “extreme environmental activists.” As a 23-year-old graduate student at the University of Montana, Stone-Manning sent a letter to federal officials in 1989 saying spikes had been inserted into trees in Idaho’s Clearwater National Forest.