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Mark CuthbertGetty Images Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a surprise visit this afternoon to London’s New Zealand House. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who toured New Zealand this past fall, came to pay tribute to the victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack last week. Mark CuthbertGetty Images As The Guardian reported, 49 people
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SHUTTERSTOCK GETTY + YOUTUBE A Mother’s Day movie marathon doesn’t have to involve the word “miracles,” Comic Sans titles, or Mommie Dearest on loop. From iconic on-screen moms to IRL mom-and-daughter acting teams (Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli, we’re looking at you), here are 40 of the best films about moms. —Melissa Locker, India Pougher,
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Chip SomodevillaGetty Images Though the Iowa caucus, shockingly, isn’t until next February, the 432 Democrats running for president have started to descend on states in the middle of the country in the time-honored tradition of the candidates trying to convince Midwesterners that they are normal people by doing increasingly deranged things. Over the next few
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Gilbert CarrasquilloGetty Images Entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes claimed to have developed a groundbreaking machine capable of running blood tests based on a single finger prick, which would have revolutionized medical testing. She raised millions of dollars to fund her company, Theranos, and landed on the cover of publications like Forbes and Fortune. Business magazine Inc. went
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Axelle/Bauer-GriffinGetty Images Kylie Jenner’s followers keep a close eye on her posts and have apparently noticed one detail in particular when it comes to the details of her home. Her wallpaper appears to feature dark splotches, and Jenner’s fans have noticed. These splotches are, however, not big clumps of dirt, Jenner assured her followers. “For
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Where to Spend Friday Nights The Miami Design District Performance Series Every Friday, The Palm Court becomes a stage for live musical performances open to the public. With past performances including a Bob Marley tribute by Third World & Jo Marley, salsa singer Luis Enrique, and the Miami Symphony Orchestra, this event promises to kick
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David SilvermanGetty Images In America, there are currently 30 states without full legal protections for LGBTQ people, according to the Human Rights Campaign. That means that, in those states, people can be discriminated against in areas of employment, housing, education, or public accommodation, all on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. This is
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The University of Southern California ranks 22nd in the nation, according to US News and World Report. The school touts some of the country’s top engineering, business, and journalism programs—plus one of the largest international student populations on the West Coast. USC administrators have long dreamed of becoming SoCal’s Stanford(another Harvard of the West), and,
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