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    WHEN a Skims fan tried the brand's bodysuits for the first time, she had one suggestion for Kim Kardashian. The plus-size fashion blogger said that only one thing was missing from the clothing, but the small change would make a big difference in comfort level. 4Plus-size influencer Sydney said the Skims bodysuits wowed her, but she had one noteCredit: TikTok @sydneyslayyyz 4The sleeveless bodysuit was so comfortable, Sydney felt like she had 'nothing on'Credit: TikTok @sydneyslayyyz Plus-size makeup artist Sydney goes by the handle SydneySlayyyz on Instagram and TikTok, where she shares style and beauty tips with a combined 197k followers. Sydney, already a fan of Skims shapewear, reviewed two casual bodysuits from the brand in a recent video. "Let's try some of these bodysuits," Sydney said, holding up her purchases for the camera. "They are super stretchy, so I think they're going to be super comfortable." The blogger bought both bodysuits in a size 2X. First, she slipped into a sleeveless bodysuit in a dark taupe color. Though she didn't specify the style, it looked like the Fits Everybody...
    Getty Lakers stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis The Los Angeles Lakers have many needs to address this offseason after going 33-49 in 2021-22. In a June 2 column, Bleacher Report’s Zach Buckley detailed three specific types of players the franchise needs around stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis to compete for a championship. According to Buckley, the Lakers need players who can play on-ball defense, stretch the floor with perimeter shooting and create their shot off the dribble. James, Davis, Talen Horton-Tucker and Austin Reaves (non-guaranteed) are the only Los Angeles players under contract for next season. Russell Westbrook has a player option worth $47,063,478 for next season and he’s expected to pick it up. Unless the Lakers trade the one-time MVP this summer, Westbrook will be back next to James and Davis in 2022-23.Lakers Need Better On-Ball DefendersThe Lakers gave up 115.1 points per game in 2021-22, 28th of 30 in the NBA. According to Buckley, Los Angeles needs more lockdown defenders around James and Davis. “If the Lakers want to reverse their fortunes next season,...
    Getty Dan Campbell coaching during a game. The Detroit Lions are squaring away their big needs ahead of the NFL Draft, but the team still has some major goals to address during the period. Improvements for both a sagging defense and an offense that could be devoid of talent are needed in a major way, and the Lions could be expected to find a way to address all their biggest needs. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! Recently, Grant Gordon put together a list breaking down the Detroit offseason at NFL.com. Within it, he revealed the team’s biggest need for the upcoming draft. According to him, it’s the spot of wideout that needs the most attention. He wrote: “Needs are plentiful across the new-look roster, but with Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones gone, plucking a wideout from a receiver-rich draft is a priority. Vets Tyrell Williams and Breshad Perriman, both added on one-year pacts, bring temporary name recognition, but picking seventh overall, the...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The record-cold snap in Texas continues to leave between two and three million residents without power and state leaders demanding answers from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), the state’s power grid operator. While ERCOT has prepared the state’s power grid for heat waves, Bruce Bullock, Director of the Maguire Energy Institute at SMU, said it has not adequately prepared the state’s power grid for the extended bitter cold happening now. And he said ERCOT needs to solve this for the long-term. “Why we got ourselves into this situation in the first place. Can we winterize this grid more robustly and how much is that going to cost and are we willing to pay that price?” Bullock said one big issue is that some of the state’s natural gas powered plants went offline in the bitter cold either because of mechanical problems or because they didn’t have the fuel to operate their plants. In addition, Bullock said half of the turbines that produce wind power froze, but that ERCOT doesn’t rely on this energy source as...
    It was a horrible scene: Capitol Police have a $500M budget. Why were they unprepared at the Jan. 6 riot? Acting Capitol Police chief apologizes, says agency should have been prepared Opinion: To have a shot at NBA title, Giannis Antetokounmpo needs to add more dimension to his game The blowback on Giannis Antetokounmpo’s game – the offensive part especially – was predictable. Murals of Kobe Bryant have spread worldwide to honor his legacy and influence USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Remembering Kobe: His final interview, his death and his legacy USA TODAY SPORTS Blue Jays sign top free agent George Springer to $150 million deal USA TODAY SPORTS What it will take for the new Texans GM to save a dysfunctional organization USA TODAY SPORTS Whats next for the Mets after firing GM Jared Porter USA TODAY SPORTS NY Mets fire GM Jared Porter after he sent explicit messages and photos to female reporter USA TODAY SPORTS ...
    NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — PennDOT is on a hiring blitz. Dozens of seasonal positions are available across Philadelphia and the suburbs. Big stockpiles of salt are on hand and ready to go at the PennDOT maintenance yard in Norristown. But PennDOT needs the manpower to spread the salt across our roads this winter, and COVID-19 has made hiring difficult. There’s a lot of hustle and bustle as PennDOT crews in Montgomery County prepare for winter. At the maintenance yard in Norristown, the big snow plow trucks are gassed up and ready to roll. Now, PennDOT needs crews to drive them. “If we don’t have operators to put in our trucks to keep the roads clear, we’re gonna have problems,” PennDOT Assistant Highway Maintenance Manager John Clancy said. PennDOT has some 40 seasonal jobs it needs to fill in Philly and the suburbs. But there’s been some challenges hiring because of the pandemic. “It’s a different process, we’re not bringing people in because of COVID,” Clancy said. Some of the available jobs include radio dispatchers, auto mechanics, and welders. “A lot...
    Photo of Texas doctor comforting elderly Covid patient goes viral Justice Department releases Trumps pardon of Michael Flynn and asks court for dismissal The NFL Needs to Just Add a Week 18 Already The game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers has been postponed again. No, not the postponement that pushed the game from Thanksgiving to Sunday. Nor the postponement that moved the game from Sunday to Tuesday. No, I'm talking about the most recent postponement. Announced this afternoon, the Ravens and Steelers will now play ... on Wednesday night. Probably. Who really knows at this point? © Provided by The Big Lead Ravens | Scott Taetsch/Getty Images Ravens-Steelers postponed to Wednesday, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 30, 2020Over the weekend as news of more positive tests in Baltimore rolled in and a new outbreak in Pittsburgh broke out, it became clear that the NFL's contingency plans may be put to the test. After the third postponement of this one game (and news that Ravens players might have refused to play if forced to take the...
    A leading dietitian has revealed the foods she keeps in her pantry, and the items you need to add to your shopping list to stay healthy all year round. Rebecca Gawthorne, 31, from Sydney, said it's far easier to eat healthily when both your fridge and pantry are well-organised, as you know what you have to make delicious meals and you aren't as tempted to order takeaway or unhealthy food. 'Recently I cleaned and re-organised my fridge and pantry and wow do I feel better,' Rebecca posted on Instagram. A leading dietitian has revealed the foods she keeps in her pantry, and the foods you need to add to your shopping list to stay healthy all year round (Rebecca Gawthorne pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next REVEALED: The $5 cleaning buy shoppers are raving about for... Move over gingerbread houses! Now home cooks are making... Fit mum-of-two, 43, reveals how she drinks alcohol and stays... Princess Mary becomes emotional as she delivers a... Share this article Share Rebecca...
    Tracee Ellis Ross to Receive the Fashion Icon Award at the 2020 E! Peoples Choice Awards Understanding the way compound interest works is key to building wealth or avoiding crushing debt. Heres how to make it work for you The NFL Needs to Immediately Add Several Weeks to the 2020 Season The NFL is currently facing a major crisis. Several teams have been hit by COVID-19 outbreaks and the 2020 schedule has been fully reworked already. With more positive cases coming almost daily, the league needs to immediately add several weeks to the end of the season for makeup games. © Provided by The Big Lead Cincinnati Bengals v Baltimore Ravens | Scott Taetsch/Getty Images On Friday, the New England Patriots canceled their practice after yet another positive coronavirus test. If the result is confirmed by a second positive test, the Patriots may not be able to face the Denver Broncos as scheduled on Sunday. That game was already rescheduled from Week 5, after Patriots defensive lineman Byron Cowart tested positive. Reporting with @FieldYates: The Patriots will...
    Tropical Storm Isaias left New Jersey beaches with a case of sea lice Kroger and Fred Meyer are recalling cheese dips out of fears that salmonella-tainted onions were used to make them How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Beat The Heat With This $89 Mini AC Unit Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © David C Tomlinson - Getty Images Vines can do what no other plant can: Grow up! Vining plants add color and texture to your garden, but they also provide quick privacy and screening of not-so-nice features you don't want to see (goodbye, ugly concrete wall!). With their sweet scents and lovely blooms, vines are something every garden needs to...
    London (CNN Business)Twitter teased a much-anticipated innovation on Thursday — but it comes with a catch."You can have an edit button when everyone wears a mask," the company tweeted from its flagship account on Thursday.You can have an edit button when everyone wears a mask— Twitter (@Twitter) July 2, 2020 The comment quickly spread across the platform, being retweeted half a million times in 12 hours and receiving more than 2 million "likes." Despite significant enthusiasm for an edit button, it's probably not something Twitter is genuinely considering. "As Twitter Comms Tweeted, everyone means everyone," a spokesperson told CNN Business. "Nothing further to add beyond this!"The tweet was taken mostly in jest and hailed by many on the site, coming as governments around the world encourage citizens to wear face coverings in public to stem the spread of coronavirus. Read MoreBut some took it as a political intervention, as not wearing a mask has become a political cause in the United States and some other countries.A handful of Twitter's most prominent users have taken to the platform to deride or...
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