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NYFW: Hailey Bieber sits front row

"What a match," said Zadig and Voltaire artistic director Cecilia Bonstrom of Hailey and Justin Beiber. Bieber sat front row at the brand's New York fashion show. (Feb. 11)        
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Helena Christensen channels infamous ‘Wicked Game’ appearance
The supermodel transported guests at the posh Dorado Beach Ritz-Carlton Reserve back to 1989, as she splashed around to the sexy tune.
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New Jersey really needs to rethink its legal weed tax
A while back, I wrote that New Jersey’s proposed tax on marijuana sales — at $42 an ounce — was too high and I predicted that would result in people buying cheaper black-market pot. People wrote to me to say I was nuts because consumers would want the better quality pot that was being sold...
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Noor Tagouri: I’ve been asked to take off my hijab for TV appearances
“I had an experience when I was working in television where people would be like, ‘Can you take it off for the broadcast?’ I’d be like ‘That’s not why I’m here.’ ”
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Elizabeth Warren wants Amazon broken up — but still shops there
WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren admitted to shopping at online retail-giant Amazon Monday — even though she wants the online retail giant broken up, because she says it’s crushing small businesses. During a CNN town hall for Democratic presidential hopefuls Monday, Warren said breaking up Amazon would create “a lot more competition where little businesses...
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Baseball that brought Mets first victory finally comes home
How far can one baseball go? It can cross state lines, help the needy and forge new bonds. It can serve as a welcome buried treasure, the very existence of which was known by only a select few, and reignite memories from more than a half-century ago. It can become a delightful symbol for a...
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NY Press Club has no business honoring CNN’s Jim Acosta
The New York Press Club says it’s catching heat for picking CNN’s Jim Acosta for an award it gives out each year. And that criticism is well deserved. Keep it up. Acosta is the White House correspondent that President Trump banned from press conferences for a while because of — according to Trump — that...
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Alex Ovechkin's tying goal is waved off as Hurricanes force Game 7 vs. Capitals
The Capitals' Alex Ovechkin appeared to tie Game 6 vs. the Hurricanes at 3-3, but the referees ruled goalie interference and the NHL confirmed.        
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After bombings US Sri Lankan immigrants react
The Sri Lanka Foundation in Los Angeles has received hundreds of calls from the tens of thousands of Sri Lankans living in Southern California looking for news about friends and relatives back home. (April 22)        
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Bryce Harper goes ballistic over ejection for arguing strike call
Bryce Harper is out of the Mets’ hair for one night. The Phillies slugger was ejected from Monday night’s game at Citi Field in the fourth inning for arguing a called strike on a 3-2 pitch from Steven Matz. Harper’s strikeout was the second out of the inning and the Phillies had a runner on...
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Harris: I'll give Congress 100 days to pass gun laws
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) pledged that, if elected president, she would take executive action to enact sweeping gun control measures if Congress fails to send comprehensive legislation to her desk in her first 100 days.
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De Blasio: glass skyscrapers ‘have no place on our Earth’
Yabba-dabba-don’t. Mayor Bill de Blasio is preparing to take New York City back to the stone age — by making “glass and steel” skyscrapers extinct. Still flirting with a run for president, the mayor held an Earth Day press conference on Monday to announce his plan to fight climate change with a “Green New Deal”...
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AOC says her election bid wasn’t ‘rational’ in Netflix movie trailer
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez admitted she was not “rational” for challenging powerful incumbent Joe Crowley, according to a trailer released Monday for a Netflix documentary about her win.
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Militia group was training to assassinate Soros, Clinton, Obama: feds
A New Mexico man is accused of illegally detaining migrants at the US border with his right-wing militia group, which — according to him — was also training “to assassinate George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama,” authorities said Monday. Larry Mitchell Hopkins, 69, allegedly claimed that his group wanted to take out these individuals...
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Bed Bath & Beyond’s board overhaul fails to please hedge funds
Bed Bath & Beyond’s splashy announcement of a board overhaul on Monday failed to boost the stock — or ward off a looming proxy battle by a trio of angry hedge funds. The retail chain’s stock sank 4 percent on Monday after it announced a “transformation” of its board, including five new independent directors and...
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New dad Zunino hits 2-run HR to help Rays rally past Royals
Mike Zunino returned from the paternity list and hit his first home run for Tampa Bay, a two-run shot that helped the Rays stop a season-high four-game skid with a 6-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals        
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Court battle ignites over ‘bad cop list’ of NYPD officers
Prosecutors across the city are using secret spreadsheets to identify cops who could have trouble on the witness stand because they’ve been sued, arrested, accused of misconduct or testified suspiciously in the past, sources told The Post on Monday.
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Britain's Obama moment? What Harry and Meghan's baby says about race
Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, an American actress of African-American heritage, was a historic moment for Britain's royal family. Some say the imminent birth of their baby is, if anything, even more significant.
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What Does “Accountability” Mean to House Democratic Leaders?
If Dems don’t impeach, what even are their other options?
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'They don't know what they took' says father of US boy, 11, killed in Sri Lanka
Kieran was a "very self-driven" world-traveler who had visited multiple countries across five continents.
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North Carolina mom arrested for having meth near baby bottle
GRAHAM, N.C. — Sheriff’s deputies in North Carolina have filed multiple charges against the mother of a 21-month-old child after saying they found methamphetamine near a baby bottle. The Winston-Salem Journal reports the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office says its deputies were trying to serve a warrant at a home on Sunday when 27-year-old Kyle Elizabeth...
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Hurricanes rally past Capitals 5-2, force Game 7
Jordan Staal scored the go-ahead goal and added an assist in the third period, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Washington Capitals 5-2 on Monday night to force Game 7 in their first-round playoff series        
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Man to Plead Guilty to Threatening Boston Globe Journalists Over Criticism of Trump
The man made several threatening phone calls over the newspaper's Trump coverage
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Video: Bray Wyatt Debuts New Firefly Fun House Gimmick in Return to WWE Raw
Bray Wyatt appeared on Raw on Monday night, marking his first on WWE 's flagship show since August. Mimicking a kids show, Wyatt was in a segment titled the "Firefly Fun House...
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Former Lakers Coach Luke Walton Reportedly Sued Over Alleged Sexual Assault
The alleged incident took place in a Santa Monica hotel room.
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How the Green New Deal was hatched in a London bar – podcast
In 2007, over a friendly drink, the Guardian’s economics editor, Larry Elliott, came up with a radical plan to address the effects of the financial crisis and climate change. He called it the Green New Deal. Plus: the Guardian’s education correspondent on why schools are going to test four-year-oldsIn 2007, Larry Elliott met a friend to discuss the financial crisis. Over the course of the evening, and several drinks, they cooked up the Green New Deal – a plan to deal with the effects of the economic crisis and the threat of climate change. They formed the Green New Deal Group and, though Gordon Brown and Barack Obama briefly flirted with the idea, it did not progress much further. But in 2018, the youngest US congresswoman in history, the Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, picked it up and the idea has been gaining traction ever since. Ocasio-Cortez’s plan mixes old and new. She wants a living-wage job for anyone who wants one; universal healthcare; and basic income programmes as part of a “detailed national, industrial, economic mobilisation plan” that would ensure the US is powered by 100% renewable electricity, and eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing, agriculture and other industries. Continue reading...
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State senator asks constituents to send tips about Capitol corruption
Send the state your tips on corruption — just don’t send too many. State Sen. James Skoufis announced Monday that the Committee on Investigations, which he chairs, is soliciting tips from the public about wrongdoing at the Capitol. “The point of having this tip line is to ensure we are hearing right from the people...
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China Unicom moves first Chinese 5G launch up to May
China is staking its claim in the race to 5G by moving up its first network launch to May 2019, supported largely by domestic Qualcomm Snapdragon 5G phones.
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Becky Lynch vs. Lacey Evans Title Match Announced for WWE Money in the Bank 2019
Lacey Evans confirmed what many expected Monday night, announcing she intends to challenge Becky Lynch for the Raw Women's Championship at Money in the Bank on May 19...
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Washington poised to become first state to allow eco-friendly 'human composting'
Washington is expected to become the first state to legalize an environmentally-friendly burial alternative that turns bodies into soil within weeks.        
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Japan expects limited impact from U.S. move to scrap Iran oil sanctions waivers
Japan expects a limited impact from the U.S. decision not to renew waivers it had previously granted on Iran oil import sanctions, trade and industry minister Hiroshige Seko said on Tuesday.
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De Blasio vows to end contract with city’s wireless network provider
Mayor de Blasio vowed Monday to put an end to the city’s problem-plagued internal wireless network, which crashed earlier this month and has morphed into a nearly $900 million money pit. Northrop Grumman, which has run the New York City Wireless Network since 2009, would soon be replaced with Verizon or another vendor at lower...
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New York Post
Crazy Flipping Selfie Camera
Read more...More about Samsung, Mashable Reels, Tech, Smartphones, and Consumer Tech
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Mashable
Chicago's top prosecutor receives threats with 'racially charged language'
Kim Foxx, Chicago's top prosecutor, has received emails and calls threatening her safety, her office said Monday.
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Giannis Drops 41 as Bucks Blowout Pistons for Sweep; Advance to Play Celtics
The Milwaukee Bucks won their first playoff series since 2001 when they completed a four-game sweep of the Detroit Pistons with a 127-104 victory in Monday's Game 4 at Little Caesars Arena...
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BBQ food truck under fire for 'LGBTQ' T-shirts
A barbeque food truck in Grant County, Kentucky, is under fire for selling a T-shirt that reads "I support LGBTQ -- liberty, guns, Bible, Trump, BBQ."
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Australian man recalls when his wife, daughter died in Sri Lankan attack
An Australian man described the moment he witnessed the deaths of both his wife and daughter moments after the devastating Easter Sunday suicide attacks in Sri Lanka. Sudesh Kolonne told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that he was outside of a church north of Sri Lanka’s capital Colombo when a bomb ripped through the building —...
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Britney Spears may have called off Vegas residency over ‘soft’ ticket sales
Britney Spears’ team announced in January that she was calling off her Vegas residency because of her father’s serious illness. But there may be more to the story.
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New York Post
Rockies' Kyle Freeland on injured list with finger blister
Colorado Rockies left-hander Kyle Freeland was placed on the 10-day injured list because of a blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand        
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At CNN Town Halls, Sanders Backs Voting Rights for People Now in Jail
Bernie Sanders, Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren were among five Democratic presidential candidates to attend a marathon series of town halls in New Hampshire on Monday night.
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Earn more likes on your photos with the best cameras for Instagram
Looking to snap better Instagrams? Instagram doesn't demand high-resolution files, but upgrading your camera can deliver better bokeh and low-light quality. Here our the best cameras for Instagram. The post Earn more likes on your photos with the best cameras for Instagram appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Alabama coach Nick Saban expected to have full recovery after hip-replacement surgery
Alabama team surgeon Lyle Cain said coach Nick Saban "should be able to return to work in the very near future" after Monday hip-replacement surgery.        
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Natalie Portman will narrate a dolphin documentary for Disney+
Disney is clearly determined to flex its star power (and giant budget) ahead of its streaming service launch on November 12th. The company has announced that Natalie Portman will narrate Dolphin Reef, a nature movie that will debut alongside Disney+...
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Engadget | Technology News, Advice and Features
PlayStation 5: Everything we know from Sony so far
Sony has begun to take the wraps off its next generation of gaming hardware, kick-starting the console race all over again
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Trump sues Cummings over subpoena
The president is suing one of the most powerful Democrats in Congress. Kevin Cirilli, chief Washington correspondent for Bloomberg News, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the lawsuit.
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Apple’s facial recognition software led to false arrest: suit
He’s trying to save face. A New York man filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Apple, claiming the tech giant’s facial-recognition software wrongly blamed him for stealing from Apple stores. Ousmane Bah, 18, claims someone used a stolen ID to pass themselves off as him when they were busted stealing $1,200 worth of merchandise from...
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New York Post
Elon Musk promises robot fleet of Tesla taxis by end of 2020
If Elon Musk gets his way, there will be more than a million Tesla vehicles on the road with self-driving technology by the middle of next year — and a national robot taxi service just months after that. Speaking at an investor event Monday, the billionaire CEO said the ride-hailing network would begin building its...
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New York Post
Women seeking discount plastic surgery paid with their lives at clinics opened by felons
Florida legislators failed to act as the high-volume businesses left 13 dead, a dozen injured, according to a USA TODAY Investigation.        
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Where Were You When You Learned Elizabeth Warren Was a Game of Thrones Fan?
Elizabeth Warren is against capital punishment. Daenerys Targaryen has different ideas.
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