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Sephora Holiday Savings Event: Everything to know about the sale
Sephora’s Holiday Savings Event is finally here! The highly anticipated sale features deals of up to 20% off all your favorite beauty brands. That means you can stock up on the best best skincare, hair care and makeup products for unbeatable prices. Only members of the Beauty Insider program are eligible for the markdowns. But...
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Hot doctor sick of being told she’s ‘too pretty to work in medical field’
“It’s sexist, hurtful and shows the double standard regarding the appearance of men and women.”
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Final Girl Friday: ‘Happy Death Day’s Jessica Rothe is a Final Girl for our Times
Tree Gelbman doesn't start as a Final Girl — she has to become one.
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Facebook’s Oculus Quest 2 was preordered five times more than predecessor
Facebook’s virtual reality ambitions are finally catching on with consumers. The company’s latest VR headset, the Oculus Quest 2, has received five times as many preorders as its 2019 predecessor, Mark Zuckerberg confirmed on the company’s Thursday earnings call, saying the device’s reception has “surpassed our expectations.” The Quest 2, which at $299 costs $100...
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See Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost’s handmade save the dates
ScarJo handmade the memento sent out to friends and family who attended their wedding last weekend.
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Singapore has a ‘cursed’ town — and this man is hunting the dead
A spiritual construction worker has dedicated his life to uncovering a “cursed” town in Singapore that’s known for sinister happenings including cat killings. Charles Goh is on a mission to get to the root of a supernatural encounter he had three decades ago in Yishun, a residential town of 220,000 in the northern part of...
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Chad Dukes, Washington D.C. sports radio host, fired for ‘racist’ comments
Chad Dukes, a popular Washington D.C. radio host, was fired from 106.7 The Fan on Thursday after the station learned of “racist and other inappropriate comments” he made on his own podcast. Dukes had been with the station for more than a decade. “We have zero tolerance for this type of speech from any of...
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Jets’ tall task vs. Chiefs gets harder with Breshad Perriman, Jamison Crowder out
As if things couldn’t get worse from their 0-7 start, the Jets are likely to be without two of their top three receivers Sunday against the defending Super Bowl champions. Adam Gase said Friday that Breshad Perriman will miss this week’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs with a concussion, while Jamison Crowder also sounds...
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New Jersey cop allegedly sent ‘sexual’ messages to woman after her arrest
A creepy New Jersey cop sent sexually explicit text messages to an 18-year-old woman just hours after arresting her, saying she was “cute” and that he wanted to “pay” her back for the encounter, authorities said. Neptune City police officer Damien Broschart, 29, of Howell, is facing charges of cyber harassment and hindering apprehension of...
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Halsey obtains temporary restraining order against obsessed fan
Halsey obtained a restraining order against a fan who she claims has harassed her and her neighbor.
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These major retailers sell coconut milk allegedly made with monkey labor
Major retailers across the U.S. are choosing to stock Thai-made coconut products even after an investigation alleged they were made with forced monkey labor.
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Deaf, mute boy unable to call for help before fatal mauling by dog
A South Africa boy, 3, was fatally mauled by a neighbor’s pit bull – and was unable to scream for help because he was deaf and mute, a report says.
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Giants avoid COVID-19 crisis with offensive lineman back at practice
Crisis averted — for now. The Giants will not have to scramble to field enough offensive linemen to play on Monday after all. All the players who were placed in Isolation after offensive guard Will Hernandez tested posItive for COVID-19 returned to the practice facility on Friday and were expected to be able to practice....
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Bangladeshi floating hospital treats flood-ravaged community
DHAKA, Bangladesh — In late July, volunteers from a Bangladeshi charity started getting calls seeking support from people from the country’s vast coastal region that had been flooded for months during this year’s monsoon. As the floodwaters started receding, the Bidyanondo Foundation quickly decided to hire a tourist boat to provide basic health care for...
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Joy Behar Drags Kanye’s Hologram for Kim Kardashian: “It’s Way Too Creepy”
Friday was The View's Halloween episode, after all.
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Scaled-back Thanksgiving plans leave turkey farmers in limbo
For the turkey industry, this Thanksgiving is a guessing game. Millions of Americans are expected to have scaled-down celebrations amid the pandemic, heeding official warnings against travel and large indoor gatherings. That leaves anxious turkey farmers and grocers scrambling to predict what people will want on their holiday tables. Kroger — the nation’s largest grocery...
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Teen smashes FDNY truck’s windshield, pulls knife on firefighters
The encounter unfolded just after 10:15 a.m. on Thursday near Boston Road and Pelham Parkway South in Allerton where the 16-year-old hurled a rock at the ladder truck.
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Binge This: ‘Ballers’ Star London Brown Recommends ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ and ‘Martin’
"I get to learn something, and I get to laugh."
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2 more ex-eBay employees admit to roles in harassment scheme
Two more former eBay employees have admitted to their roles in a campaign to terrorize a Massachusetts couple with threatening social media messages and disturbing deliveries of things like live spiders sent to their home. Brian Gilbert, 52, who was senior manager of special operations for eBay’s Global Security Team, and Stephanie Stockwell, 26, a...
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US gun sales reach record highs in 2020 amid COVID-19, civil unrest
So far in 2020 – a year marred by the global coronavirus pandemic and widespread civil unrest – Americans have bought more guns than ever before, according to new research. From January through September, Americans have purchased a record 16.7 million firearms, data reported by Small Arms Analytics and Forecasting shows. Jurgen Brauer, the chief...
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Ex-Wirecard executive was reportedly an Austrian spy informant
An ex-Wirecard executive who went on the lam amid the German payment firm’s $2 billion accounting scandal was reportedly a mole for Austrian spies. German authorities have evidence that Jan Marsalek, Wirecard’s former chief operating officer, was an informant for the Office for the Protection of the Constitution and Counterterrorism, the Austrian intelligence agency known...
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Stassi Schroeder shows off her growing baby bump and more star snaps
Stassi Schroeder is getting ready for baby, Justin Bieber films a new music video and more...
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Washington Post wrongly claims Trump officials said Billie Eilish is ‘destroying our country’
A Washington Post story wrongly claimed the Trump administration accused Billie Eilish of “destroying our country” — then spread like wildfire among the entertainment industry. The article on Thursday — in part about hundreds of celebrities being vetted for a Trump administration coronavirus ad campaign — included a misattributed quote from the White House about...
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Quibi rival demands asset freeze in patent-infringement claim
Eko -- a tech startup that has accused Jeffrey Katzenberg's ill-fated video-streaming app Quibi of infringing on its patented technology -- is asking the court to freeze Quibi's assets.
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What Time Will ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Episode 2 Premiere on Disney+?
It's officially Mandalorian season.
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Shannen Doherty says she’s ‘feeling great’ amid Stage 4 cancer battle
"People instantly think it's a death sentence and it's not."
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Matthew McConaughey chimes in on Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt’s ‘sexual tension’
"Could I feel the heat through the screen of Brad? So palpable."
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Three shot, one fatally, as NYC gun violence continues
Three people were shot — one fatally — in two separate incidents on Thursday, with no shootings reported early Friday as steady rain kept gunplay at bay. In the most recent incident, a 35-year-old man was blasted in the torso at East 196th Street and Grand Concourse in the Fordham Manor section of the Bronx...
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‘The Great British Baking Show’: What is a Cotton Jiggly Cake? All About Lottie’s Japanese Week Cake
Lottie's cake put some jiggle in the tent.
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Mike D’Antoni, Ime Udoka hired by Steve Nash for impressive Nets staff
After the Brooklyn Nets shocked the NBA by hiring Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash as head coach, they doubled down and brought in his offensive-minded mentor Mike D’Antoni to be an assistant. Six Seconds Or Less? The Nets are wrapping up deals to bring in not only D’Antoni, who coached Nash with both...
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