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Hair often signifies a sense of pride, acceptance and femininity. When it's gone, it can bring a sense of shame.
Storytellers need to ask themselves whether they are bolstering a stereotype or moving the conversation forward.
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A new study highlights how much money you actually lose by waiting to receive a refund.
Food & Drink
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For a certain type of bride, taking the lead on the bachelorette party or weekend just makes sense.
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The actress also sang the iconic theme song, "Movin' On Up," for another '70s sitcom, "The Jeffersons."
Blagojevich, who tried to sell Obama's vacated Senate seat, worked with Trump on "The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2010.
When Bloomberg’s plans for NYC failed to gain popular support, his philanthropic network helped gin up the illusion.
With “Marisol” and other short films, Zoé Salicrup Junco is telling Latina stories that need to be heard.
Restoration of the "jewel" archeological site — believed to have been a brothel — was officially completed this week.
Former acting solicitor general Neal Katyal says "the law will find a way to catch up with him."
Wednesday will give many voters their first unscripted look at Bloomberg, who qualified this week for his first debate.
Some films have had a surprisingly long-lasting effect for the wrong reasons.
Gov. Tate Reeves has warned Mississippians that the state is “not in the clear yet.”
Authorities in Gujarat state have been accused of "hiding" poor people ahead of Trump's visit.
Mark Sanford accused conservatives of choosing "to ignore this mounting crisis out of fealty" to Trump.
There's a "Yummy" reason that James Corden's SUV was being towed on a trailer.