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New Patient La Demi Proves She's "Fearless" With a Daring Photo Shoot on Botched

This Botched patient is ready to "break the Internet." In this clip from Wednesday's all-new episode, beauty guru La Demi participates in a daring photo shoot ahead of her...

Kylie Jenner Comes Clean About Getting Plastic Surgery and Those Travis Scott Engagement Rumors

Kylie Jenner is authentically herself, fillers and all. The business mogul and E! reality star sets the record straight on what she has (and hasn't) done to cosmetically enhance her...

Miley Cyrus Poses Topless and Parodies Shawn Mendes' Calvin Klein Campaign

Miley Cyrus wasn't afraid to poke fun at Shawn Mendes' recent Calvin Klein campaign. The 26-year-old singer took to social media on Monday to post her own version of the...

Rejoice! HGTV Has Another New Property Brothers Show Coming Out

The Property Brothers are at it again. HGTV announced another new show for Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott, Property Brothers: Forever Home, is coming to the network in May 2019. Property...

Karl Lagerfeld Dead at 85: Look Back at His Final Chanel Fashion Show

The fashion world is mourning the loss of a legend. Karl Lagerfeld, the longtime creative director of Chanel and Fendi, has died, Chanel confirmed in a statement issued on Tuesday. The...

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Germany, France push to create European industrial policy

BERLIN (AP) — Germany and France on Tuesday launched a drive to overhaul the European Union's competition rules to facilitate the creation of world-leading companies.

Michael Gerson: Northam could be forgiven. But that doesn't mean he should stay in office.

By Michael GersonWASHINGTON — With the continued refusal of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to resign over his racially offensive past, we are presented again with a controversy about the nature and limits of public forgiveness.One feature of this case is admirably distinctive.

Compostable 'bioplastics' make inroads with consumers

Looking for an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastics — especially single-use items like bags, straws and picnic tableware — many supermarkets and vendors are offering an array of compostable alternatives made from plant fibers or starches."The market for compostable products is growing at an incredible pace," says Olga Kachook, sustainability manager for Petaluma, California-based World Centric, which makes ones geared mostly toward food services in stadiums, school cafeterias, hotels, restaurants and convention centers.

High court won't consider Tennessee death row inmate's case

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court won't hear the case of a Tennessee death row inmate who claimed his rights were violated when he was forced to represent himself at trial.The Supreme Court said Tuesday it wouldn't hear the case of Tony Von Carruthers.

Tuesday night Oklahoma City Schools meeting rescheduled to Thursday due to wintry weather forecast

Staff reportsA wintry weather forecast has closed schools and offices across the state Tuesday, and a school board meeting planned in Oklahoma City has been rescheduled.An Oklahoma City School Board work session planned Tuesday is rescheduled to 5:30 p.m.

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