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While seeing double usually warrants a trip to the optometrist, you’re about to see triple - and no medical appointments are necessary. Why? Kelly Ripa posted a photo of Mark Consuelos with look-alike sons, Michael and Joaquin, and it’s clear the Consuelos genes run strong in this tight-knit family. Sure, the resemblance has always been […]
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Bella Thorne Cries in Response to Ex Tana Mongeau's Engagement
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Apple Inc. (AAPL) co-founder Steve Wozniak has sold off his bitcoin holdings. Although he became interested in bitcoin when it was at $70, Wozniak was put off by the cumbersome process for investing in bitcoin. Instead, he bought into bitcoin when it was at $700 price levels.
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The family of a Chinese scholar who was abducted and killed was distraught at a news conference following the conviction of the suspect on Monday. The family's lawyer said the family can't imagine how they will live their lives without her. (June 24)
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It should have been a simple congratulatory tweet. Instead, the Houston Rockets made it about themselves.
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A pickup truck driver accused of colliding with a group of motorcyclists, killing seven of them, pleaded not guilty through his lawyer Tuesday to negligent homicide. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 23, was ordered to remain in prevention detention, with a judge citing his past driving record, saying it poses a potential danger to the public and himself. The plea was entered by his attorney Melissa Davis in Coos County Court in Lancaster, New Hampshire.
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Olivia Munn criticizes white men who complain about having to watch what they say: 'The rest of us have been doing this forever'
The actress pointed specifically to the criticism she’s heard from some who complain that they must now be more careful about their behavior or the things that they say.
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'Dog the Bounty Hunter' star Duane Chapman offers fans an update amid wife Beth's medically-induced coma
While "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star Beth Chapman remains in a medically-induced coma, her husband Duane offered fans a small update Monday night.
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Willson Contreras laughed when told about the comment.
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Kate Middleton Takes Over Photography Patronage for Queen
- Politics People
Meet the 2020 Presidential Candidates So Far
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Donald Trump has repeatedly struggled to explain why the number of jobs created during his presidency compared unfavourably with the new employment figures under Barack Obama.Presented with a chart which depicted the unemployment rate from the peak of the recession, the president was asked to account for slower rate of job creation since he entered the White House.In the interview on NBC’s Meet the Press - after Mr Trump had claimed his economy was “great” - Chuck Todd said: “Your economy is great. I’m not saying it’s not great.“But this recovery started and in the 28 months that you’ve been president and the last 28 months of Obama’s presidency, he averaged more new jobs than your first 28.”Mr Trump initially responded by claiming that Mr Obama started with a “bad base”. He was then asked if his jobs numbers were merely a continuation of those under his predecessor.Mr Trump said: “Yeah, but Chuck, you have to understand, nobody was working. The whole place was a disaster. And I don’t - I’d never take that away.”Mr Trump continued to attempt to explain, he said “But it’s very easy -- because when that turned around they pumped a tremendous amount of money into the economy.“He also had a Federal Reserve person who kept the interest rates low. I don’t. I don’t have that privilege.” Mr Todd retorted: “Sounds like you do now. Do you feel like you have sent the threat, your threat to demote him, do you think that’s had an impact?” The president dismissed suggestions he had threatened to demote Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, which Mr Todd questioned, saying: “There’s been some talk that you might demote him to the number two slot.”Mr Trump responded: “Well, I’d be able to do that if I wanted but I haven’t suggested that.“No, no, I have the right to do that. But I haven’t said that. What he’s done is $50 billion a month in quantitative tightening. That’s ridiculous. What he’s done is he raised interest rates too fast.”Mr Todd then asked the president if he was concerned that the raised interest rates would harm his chances at re-election.“I think the economy’s so strong we’re going to pull through it,” Mr Trump said.“But I’m not happy with his actions. No, I don’t think he’s done a good job. I think this, if he didn’t raise rates Obama had very low rates. So Obama was playing with funny money. I wasn’t. I’m playing with the real stuff.“Obama had somebody that kept the rates very low. I had somebody that raised the rates very rapidly. Too much. He made a mistake.“That’s been proven. And yet my economy is phenomenal. We have now the best economy, maybe in the history of our country. One -- just to finish off, when I took over, this country, the economy was ready to collapse. You take a look at the numbers. It was ready to collapse.”Mr Todd suggested the numbers indicated the economy was stronger than the president implied, saying: “I just showed you the numbers. It was not ready to collapse.”Mr Trump disagreed: “You showed me unemployment numbers. Excuse me. Take a look at your GDP, take a look at your jobs, take a look at your optimism.“Take a look at all of the charts. When I took over from election day on, I mean, you show me one chart which, where I did. Take a look at some of the optimism charts and everything else. It went from 57 to 92. Nobody’s ever seen anything that right after I won.”Mr Todd conceded that job optimism was at a higher rate after Mr Trump was elected, but still maintained that his jobs numbers were lower than those of his predecessors. Mr Trump replied: “Well, optimism is a big part of success in business.”
- Style HuffPost
"She came in fully dressed into the foyer... and it couldn’t have been more of a pure, snow-white dress."
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We never thought we'd say this, but the French manicure is making a major comeback. This time, though, it's not the understated nude nail with a skinny white stripe favored by politicians nor the ombré baby boomer version loved by beauty queens. This version is dramatic, bold, and glamorous - and New Yorkers, including one Bella Hadid, can't get enough of it.Rita De Alencar Pinto, owner and founder of NYC's Vanity Projects nail salon, tells us that lately everyone has been asking for what she calls the "deep French," a style classified by its heavy white tips. "The deep French takes up a bigger space on the nail compared to a traditional French," explains Pinto, adding that it nods to the disco era and the many women who wore this look decades before it popped up on Instagram - including those who favored pink-and-white acrylics. "We started seeing it a little bit last year, but after Bella Hadid wore a deep French manicure, it really re-energized the trend, and it's been a huge request at the salon ever since," Pinto says.Ahead, get a close-up look at the supermodel's chic mani, plus our favorite variations on Instagram, to serve as inspiration for your next salon appointment.A couple weeks ago, celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin shared this video of Hadid getting glammed up for the CFDA Fashion Awards - and it quickly went viral. But while everyone else was mesmerized watching her makeup artist rub nude gloss over the contours her lips, we were laser focused on Hadid's fingertips: long, elegant, and movie-star worthy.Vanity Projects artists love pairing the deep French with long, almond-shaped tips. "People are requesting this exact style because it's universally flattering, and super chic," Pinto tells us.You can also square off your ends in a coffin style for a modern take on the classic look.Not ready to fully commit? Try out the look with accent nails as opposed to a complete set.It's not just white tips that are back in fashion; Pinto says many clients are requesting bold colors in a style that's also been described as French-dip nails. "It is definitely a big request in the salon - both in white and bright neon colors," says Pinto. "It's fun to add a different color to the tip to make it pop."This sunny-yellow version screams summer, and also makes for one easy grow-out process.Like this post? There's more. Get tons of beauty tips, tutorials, and inspiration on the Refinery29 Pinterest page - we'll see you there!Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Jaclyn Hill Is Giving Every Person Who Bought Her Lipstick A RefundRihanna Wore Red Hair To The BET Awards - & Fans Think It's A Major ClueLizzo Rocked Her Natural Hair To The BET Awards
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There will be several high-profile flagship smartphone launches between now and early September, but Apple's upcoming new iPhone 11 is already stealing the spotlight. We've got the Galaxy Fold, the Galaxy Note 10, and several big launches coming up in China. In fact, the world's first smartphone with a hidden under-display selfie camera could be announced as soon as tomorrow. Still, all eyes are already on Apple's unreleased iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R (or whatever Apple ends up calling them), the designs of which have been revealed in a series of leaks from numerous reliable sources.In much the same way that the iPhone 7 was really the "iPhone 6ss" since it used the exact same design but spiced things up with exciting new features, the iPhone 11 is shaping up to be an "iPhone Xss." It'll sport the same overall design with a few minor tweaks and a massive new camera bump on the back. That new camera bump will be a bit of an eyesore at first, but it's also the key to several of the best new features expected to arrive on the iPhone 11, such as an enhanced night mode for the camera that should yield low-light photos that rival Google's Pixel phones.We have indeed seen the iPhone 11 leak plenty of times already, but this latest leak comes from a source with a terrific track record and it might give us our best look yet at Apple's unreleased iPhone 11.Online retailer Mobile Fun is often the recipient of renders from one third-party accessory maker in particular that depict unreleased smartphones. That accessory maker is Olixar, and it's back with a new set of protective cases. This time around, they're for Apple's upcoming new iPhone 11 Max, the phablet-sized iPhone 11 model Apple will release later this summer.There aren't any surprises in these new renders per se, but Mobile Fun sent us hi-resolution versions of the images and they give us a great up-close look at Apple's iPhone 11 Max design. Here they are in all their glory:The renders show Apple's gold iPhone 11 Max from every conceivable angle, and we can see all of the subtle design changes like the new round mute switch -- as well as the not-so-subtle one: the massive new camera array on the back. While we expect the finished product to look just like this, aside from one big mistake that Olixar made when creating the renders. The area around the lenses in the square camera array on Apple's next-generation iPhones is expected to be color-matched to the rest of the back of the phone, according to several sources including top Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo. In these renders, however, Olixar colored that area black like it is on Apple's past iPhone models. Most people agree that it looks better this way, but the real gold iPhone 11 Max that Apple releases in a few months will have the same gold coloring between the rear camera lenses and flash.Apple's new iPhone 11 series is expected to be announced sometime in early September with a release date to follow in mid to late September.
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A gunman likely killed four people and then himself before police arrived in a California cul-de-sac neighborhood, authorities said Monday. Officers responding to reports of shots fired Sunday night say they did not hear any gunfire after they arrived at the chaotic, bloody scene in San Jose. Police used an armored vehicle to take two victims, an adult man and woman, away from the house.
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Jill Ellis is a common culprit whenever the USWNT struggles - as it did against Spain in the World Cup Round of 16. But Ellis' bold call paid off. It was her stars who let her down.