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    DEAR ABBY: My sister and I have always been close. She’s married to a man I have always thought is domineering and arrogant. I also suspect that he’s emotionally abusive from things she has confided over the years. These include days of the silent treatment, refusing to celebrate her birthday because he “doesn’t believe in it” and discouraging her from taking a job she was interested in. He refuses to go to counseling and says whatever problems there are between them are her fault. I hold my tongue and try to tolerate him because she has chosen to stay with him. Related Articles Advice | Dear Abby: This mom berated me for mentioning a death she wanted to hide from her kids Advice | Dear Abby: Is there a polite way to ask why his wife vanished? Advice | Dear Abby: I’m thinking of leaving a great marriage because of my wife’s mom Advice | Dear Abby: I’m too hurt to even visit since the kids can’t call me Grandma ...
    An influencer is being completely roasted on the internet after she wore an outfit to Coachella that resembled a COVID-19 antigen. Kate Bartlett, 21, from New York City, recently became a viral sensation after she sported a look at the music festival which reminded people of the molecular structure that carries immunity to the virus. Kate, who is a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, donned a lavender shirt and pants combo to day one of the star-studded concert event on Friday, which had large red tassels hanging off of it.  Due to the choice of coloring and placement of the tassels, many people said that the outfit looked like an antibody, and they couldn't stop laughing over it. An influencer is being completely roasted on the internet after she wore an outfit to Coachella that resembled a COVID-19 antigen Kate Bartlett, 21, from New York, became a viral sensation after she sported a look to the music festival which reminded people of the molecular structure that carries immunity to the virus Kate donned a lavender shirt and pants combo,...
    THE colder winter months might not provide us with enough sun to achieve that bronzed look - but that doesn't mean we have to leave the house pale. A fake tan whizz, Xanthe Haden, has gone viral after sharing a trick for achieving a sunkissed complexion in minutes - and all you need is one product. 4Xanthe shared the video on TikTok where it's since seen over 3.7 million viewersCredit: TikTok/@xanthehaden ''It literally saves my life like all the time,'' she said, before revealing this is the ultimate hack for when you want to go out but haven't tanned yet. ''I've been using this product for this reason and I swear, it's a gamechanger.'' The secret weapon, she revealed, is the cult favourite Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED ''I'm not joking, this stuff, once it's on, it just does not rub off and it doesn't go all nasty like instant tan does. ''If you get it wet, it will just stay where it is.'' Xanthe then also shared her quick...
    (CNN)It's not Christmas if there isn't a highly coveted toy that rises above the rest. And it's not the most-wanted toy of the year if the attempt to purchase it doesn't drive consumers absolutely bonkers. We've chosen two of the most popular toys from each decade since the 1950s to wax nostalgic about -- the toys you don't forget since the moment you unwrap them or, if you're a parent, the toys you spent the wee morning hours waiting in line for, squaring off against other customers to get their hands on. These were the hottest -- and often, scarcest -- toys of their respective holiday seasons.1950s: Mr. Potato HeadCustomers supplied their own potatoes when the original Mr. Potato Head toys hit shelves. Breakout year: 1952Units sold that year: 1 millionRead MoreMr. Potato Head encouraged kids to play with their food. Hasbro would provide the funny mouths and feet, the googly eyes and facial hair and assorted accessories that children would plug into their parents' real potatoes. It wasn't until the following decade that Hasbro subbed in a fake plastic...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — On Nov. 16, 1996, Minnesotans flocked to Mall of America for what was the biggest Hollywood movie premiere in state history. Thousands packed the atrium in hopes of catching a glimpse at one of the world’s biggest movie stars. “When I left on the last day of filming here in Minneapolis, I said, ‘I’ll be back!’” said Arnold Schwarzenegger, to the throng of screaming fans. But it wasn’t a “Terminator” film the future governor of California was promoting. “Jingle All The Way,” filmed primarily in the Twin Cities between April and May of 1996, is the tale of a businessman on an odyssey to find an elusive “Turbo Man” action figure for his young son on Christmas Eve. Co-starring Sinbad, Rita Wilson, and Phil Hartman (in his final film role), “Jingle” had a budget of nearly $80 million. In 2021 dollars, that figure’s closer to $130 million. Hollywood, MN Minnesota was no stranger to film crews and Hollywood stars in the 1990s. According to the state’s film board, MN Film & TV, 69 movies were made in...
    Ada Briceño was scraping dishes at a convention hall in Orange County when then-Gov. Gray Davis finished his speech, walked through the kitchen and stretched out his hand. She slipped off her rubber gloves and shook it. The meeting set the Nicaraguan immigrant on a political path bookended by two recall campaigns 18 years apart. In 2003, she knocked on doors for Davis, but back then — in one of California’s most conservative counties — the governor’s ouster was bitter and inevitable. Not this time — and not just in Orange County. Historically stalwart Republican counties — San Diego, Sacramento, Riverside and others — that ushered in action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2003 voted overwhelmingly to keep Gov. Gavin Newsom in office in 2021 and keep out Trump-inspired conservative Larry Elder, who ran to replace him. Ada Briceno speaking at No on the Recall Press Conference with Orange County Mayors on August 25, 2021. (Photo courtesy Democratic Party of Orange County)  “Oh my goodness, have I seen change,” said Briceño, who worked her way up to chairwoman of the Orange...
    Trump campaigning in Florida Daily Kos Elections is pleased to present our calculations of the 2020 presidential results for every state Senate and state House district in Florida. In this Republican-leaning swing state, the GOP has enjoyed complete control over the legislature for nearly a quarter of a century. Democrats had high hopes of carrying the Sunshine State’s electoral votes last year, but Donald Trump’s margin of victory instead expanded to 51-48 from 49-48 in 2016, even as he was losing ground in other competitive states. And while there was never any serious question that Republicans would maintain their iron grip over the state capitol in Tallahassee, Trump’s strength at the top of the ticket helped Republicans net one seat in the Senate seat and five in the House. The GOP’s success in Florida is vividly illustrated at the district level. In the Senate, Trump took 22 constituencies compared to 18 for Joe Biden; four years earlier, Trump carried 21 districts versus 19 for Clinton. The House was the site of the Democrats’ real collapse, though: Trump carried 74 House...
    Jennifer Lopez has made another trip around the sun. The star, now 52, has been known for seemingly never aging, as well as for staying in great shape. The "Hustlers" star has been open about her beauty routine, and back in January, once again set the record straight about allegedly getting Botox and other fillers in the face. She affirmed in a People magazine interview that's she's never had any injectables or surgery on her face. JENNIFER LOPEZ, BEN AFFLECK TRYING EVERYTHING THEY CAN TO MAKE ‘SECOND CHANCE’ WORK: SOURCE "I don’t judge anybody. If you want to do Botox and injectables, that’s fine! But I don’t want people lying on me and saying, ‘Oh, she’s trying to make believe that this stuff works,'" Lopez said in reference to her beauty line, JLo Beauty. "No, I’m telling you what I do that works! Please don’t call me a liar. I don’t have to lie about things. I’ve been pretty honest about my whole life." Lopez previously has said that using olive oil and sunscreen every day had kept her skin youthful. Jennifer Lopez...
    For the Okanagan First Nations, the discovery of 215 children in a mass grave underneath the Kamloops Indian Residential School was not a complete surprise but a confirmation of something they had suspected: Members of the First Nations had suffered, died, and been buried with little sound made and nothing confirmed until five years ago. The Canadian Truth & Reconciliation Commission began to acknowledge the ugly past, saying it expected nearly 3,200 children died due to abuse and neglect in these schools in the 1800s. The discovery is a dark moment for Canada, but it occurs because Canada itself stepped back and was willing to consider that the actions of more than 100 years ago matters today. In doing so, it opened the door to a discussion about the implications for First Nation communities and acted, as a nation, to become more self-aware. In 1970, psychologist Gordon Gallup asked a question that has flummoxed theorists for years: How do we know if we are self-aware, and where does that self-awareness come from? In his study, he judged self-awareness by using a mirror and studying how animals...
    Discussions about Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), which used to be taboo, are now becoming more common. Skeptics say that any suggestions that UFOs might be real are ridiculous, while others have urged the government to take UFOs more seriously. The phenomenon of UFOs rose to the spotlight recently after the Pentagon confirmed the authenticity of footage recorded by Navy personnel that showed an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) seeming to defy the laws of physics. The footage, taken aboard the USS Omaha in 2019, is now being investigated by the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force (UAPTF). Susan Gough, the spokesperson for the Pentagon, confirmed to the Daily Caller that the footage is authentic and that the UAPTF is investigating. Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who has urged lawmakers to take the issues of UAPs seriously, gave the Pentagon a June 1 deadline to provide a comprehensive report to Congress detailing their research about UAPs. (RELATED: Shaq Says He’s A Believer In UFOs, Claims He Saw One In 1997) Navy personnel captured one 18-second-long video and four still images, taken in three...
    (CBSDFW.COM) – As odd as it seems given the cooler weather of late, this is actually the last weekend of summer. The Fall Equinox falls on Tuesday this year. This is when the noon-day sun sits over the equator. After this point the sun noon angle will center over a longitude south of the equator. Of course, all this is the result of the Earth tilting on its axis. As it rotates around the sun the northern hemisphere is either tilting TOWARD the sun (summer) or AWAY from sun (winter). The equinoxes are the halfway points between the two. The end result is that the days get shorter and colder as we head toward winter. When compared with the longest day of the year (the summer solstice back in late June) we’ve already lost about two hours of daylight here in the Metroplex.  By late December, just before Christmas, we’ve lost over four hours. Of course the day-to-day weather doesn’t follow lock-step with the seasons or the calendars. We have enjoyed fall weather since we started September. Just...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City The new documentary “Apocalypse ‘45” gives World War II veterans a voice with exploring old war footage. Directed by Erik Nelson, the film premiered on Aug. 14, which was the 75th anniversary of Japan’s surrender to the Allies, which effectively ended World War II. For this film, Nelson particularly wanted to focus on Japan, which can often be overshadowed by Germany when talking about the war. “During World War II, there was a policy of ‘Germany first’ — it dictated the war and was extended to a discussion of the war, while others tend to be ignored,” said Nelson. “World War II was an uncompromising, brutal race war, with racism from Americans towards the Japanese and the Japanese towards Americans. It’s important to remind people of all of these things.” “Apocalypse ‘45” features interviews of two dozen men who served overseas during the war, but not necessarily in the way you might be used to. Footage from that era in history...
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