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    Many of us have our own method for putting on a bra - from twisting it around or even stepping into it.  But a British lingerie expert has taken to TikTok to demonstrate the correct way of putting your lingerie on to 'preserve the life of your bra'. Kelly, an employee at Janice Rose Lingerie in Newark, Nottingham, has racked up 7.4million views and a huge 150,000 likes for her demonstrative clip. In the video, Kelly showed three incorrect methods of fastening a bra in place, before revealing the best method for the job.  An employer from Nottingham's Janie Rose Lingerie has shared a video on TikTok explaining how we should put on a bra correctly  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ASOS is slammed for 'fuller bust' velvet bodysuit that can't... Meghan's x-rated scenes: These are the raunchy moments Harry... Share this article Share To begin, Kelly tried to yank the bra over her head and tug it on before she shook her head, wagged her finger and said 'no no no.' Next...
    Kate Winslet gave a young journalist a huge boost of confidence during her first ever interview by spending time to give words of encouragement. The Hollywood actress, 47, made a very daunting moment for the teenager a much more relaxed one as the sat down for a chat for German public service broadcaster ZDF regarding her newest movie Avatar: The Way Of Water. When told it was the youngster's first time interviewing anyone - Kate immediately provides a guiding hand by taking a breather and insisting that it will go ahead to be 'the most amazing interview ever'. Wisdom: Kate Winslet gave a young journalist a huge boost of confidence during her first ever interview by spending time to give words of encouragement The young journalist called Martha begins by telling Kate: 'This is my first time [interviewing],' and Kate replies: 'It's your first time doing it? 'Well guess what, when we do this interview, it's going to be the most amazing interview ever - and do you know why? Because we've decided that it is going to be. RELATED ARTICLES ...
    A SIMPLE switch to LED lights can save you up to 90 percent of energy this Christmas. Light emitting diodes (LED) are typically brighter and last longer than traditional incandescent lights. 1These three energy-saving hacks can save you money this holiday season In fact, these lower-wattage lights tend to provide a cheaper bill as electricity usage is charged by the kilowatt-hour. According to American Home Shield, LED light strings can use 90 percent less energy than regular incandescent lights and last about ten times longer. Additionally, data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration found that the national average price for electricity in September 2021 was roughly 14 cents per kilowatt-hour. Although, rates will vary from state to state. Read More on Energy BillsDRIED 'N' TESTED You're drying clothes wrong & wasting money - here's cheapest way to do itHELPING HAND Exact date Americans will receive up to $800 winter relief check in the mail This means that the standard 300 white mini LED lights typically carry about 21 watts and will add about $1.15 to your monthly bill. However, incandescent bulbs usually have 72...
    SHOPPING: Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com will earn an affiliate commission. A great hair dryer can be hard to find. Not merely ‘good,’ but truly great — one that you can use all the time without fail, that offers powerhouse performance, and that really locks in that gorgeous style you love. The LOVEPS ionic hair dryer more than meets those demands. It also comes in at a tiny fraction of the price of premium brands. Even more impressive? Devoted users say this 1800W tool rivals the styling prowess of the costlier Dyson. And right now, it’s only $29.99, which is a savings of 40% off the original $49.99 price. LOVEPS Hair Dryer  Great hair comes easy when you've got the right styling tool in hand. And it doesn't get much better than this ionic hair dryer! Designed to dry hair quick, it's an 1800W powerhouse that offers three heat settings and two speed settings. Use it to smooth your...
    (Warning: Spoilers for the Season 2 finale of Industry ahead.) For two seasons, Industry’s fascinating antiheroine Harper Stern (Myha’la Herrold) has managed to weasel her way out of multiple fuckups and lies as a junior banker at Pierpoint & Co. If you remember the HBO show’s pilot, her employment is partly built on the pretense that she earned a degree from a prestigious university, although she never graduated from the state college she actually attended. Initially, it seemed like Harper would be ousted for her fake college transcript sooner rather than later. But her supervisor Eric Tao (Ken Leung), impressed by her determination and craftiness, mercifully kept her secret—up until tonight’s jaw-dropping Season 2 finale that ended in Harper’s termination from the company. In Industry’s short time on the air, co-creators and writers Konrad Kay and Mickey Down have proven adept at planting seeds and allowing them to flourish in the most sudden and surprising ways. For instance, it was easy to forget that Eric always had the upper hand in his power struggle with Harper throughout this season, namely...
    Herschel Walker gave a convoluted statement about 9/11 Sunday during an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News. The Georgia Republican nominee for Senate joined Fox’s Sunday Morning Futures — with much of the day’s conversation revolving around the 21st anniversary of the terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 Americans. So Bartiromo, in her opening question, asked Walker for his thoughts on the state of the country 21 years after the attacks, and to speak more broadly about policy changes he’d like to see. The Senate hopeful proceeded to ramble his way through his response — accusing President Joe Biden of dividing the country: Well, you know, you’ve gotta pay tribute to the 9/11 victims, you know? But also, you saw America come together. You saw America come together because this country was, you know, it was on a war with a country that didn’t believe in us. And right now we have leaders in Washington like Joe Biden doing venomous speeches that doesn’t believe in American people. He’s trying to separate us. I’m running against Senator Warnock who’s another...
    ALDI fans love the store's wide variety of affordable foods that can cater to any dietary needs. Superfans regularly check for new things to try without having to worry too much about splurging. 2These oat milk ice creams are great for people who are dairy-freeCredit: TikTok 2Even the seafood at Aldi is affordableCredit: TikTok Unfortunately, not every find can be a winner. Whether this is because it's just not as yummy as they appear or they seem overpriced, some things just have to get left on the shelf. Luckily, there is one TikToker who's doing all this work for us. Sarah runs @AldiAllTheTime where she shares new finds and recommends what's worth it. Read more on AldiLOW BUDGET I ate for just $10 a week by shopping at Aldi - you can & still feel satisfiedSNACK IT UP I’m a money savings mom – how I make my family’s groceries last for two weeks On one of her latest trips to the store, she found 23 items that were worth taking home and only one...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I was at a social event, and a dance teacher I have taken a few classes with was also attending as a guest. She came over to say hi to the woman sitting next to me, and gave her a big hug. As the teacher turned away from her friend, her head and body were pointed towards me, less than 4 feet away. I said, “Hi, Delia.” She looked through me and walked away. I know for a fact that the teacher knows my name and face. Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: My new co-workers say I made them look rude Advice | Miss Manners: How do I stop his racist shtick in the Chinese restaurant? Advice | Miss Manners: What do I say to someone who bad-mouths my haircut? Advice | Miss Manners: After our mom died, my sister made these appalling phone calls Advice | Miss Manners: The men are ‘Doctor,’ but I’m called by my first name I believe this is called...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that until the news broke this week of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, he didn’t know that many countries in Europe have abortion laws that are more restrictive than the current laws in the United States or laws that are being proposed in America. Maher said, “I learned things this week, because this put it on the front page, that are pretty basic things that I did not know about abortion. Like in Europe, the modern countries of Europe, way more restrictive than we are or what they’re even proposing. If you are pro-choice, you would like it a lot less in Germany and Italy and France and Spain and Switzerland. … I learned most people who are pro-life are women, did not know that. Most abortions are from…mothers — people who have a kid. … I thought this was interesting, most abortions now, even when you go to a clinic, are done with the pill. And pills are easy to get in America, we know that....
    Democratic Rep. Conor Lamb is leaving behind Pennsylvania's 17th District to run for the Senate The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Daniel Donner, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Check out our podcast, The Downballot! x Embedded Content LEADING OFF ● PA-17: Tuesday's filing deadline in Pennsylvania finally brought clarity to both parties' May 17 primaries to succeed Democratic Senate candidate Conor Lamb in the 17th District, a constituency in Pittsburgh's western and northern suburbs that Joe Biden would have carried 52-46. Lamb captured a far more conservative version of this seat in a 2018 special election, and he benefited when the state Supreme Court implemented a new map that cycle to replace the earlier GOP gerrymander. Altogether two Democrats and three Republicans are competing ahead of what will likely be a fiercely contested general election. This race was slow to develop in part because politicos suspected that Lamb's existing seat could be eliminated, or at least radically transformed, when redistricting...
    NASA has revealed some very important dates for Moon missions that should be happening this year. The US space agency hopes to send a rocket around the Moon in May or June of 2022 but that all depends on the success of a 'mini mission' this month. 2Nasa will be testing its Space Launch System in a "wet" dress rehearsal this monthCredit: AP 2Nasa's Orion spacecraft should loop around the Moon this yearCredit: EPA Nasa's 2022 mission to the Moon is called Artemis 1. It will be testing out hardware so that Nasa can land the first woman and the first person of color on the Moon by 2025. That crewed mission is being referred to as Artemis 3 and a lot has to happen before it can take place. Before Artemis 1 can launch, Nasa wants to do a test run this month. The test will be a full “wet” dress rehearsal on March 17. Artemis 1 isn't a crewed mission but it needs to loop around the Moon to test three key components. Most read in News TechHAND...
    NASA engineers have fixed a glitch in the 'brain' of the SLS megarocket, that will eventually take the first woman and next man to land on the surface of the moon. The $20 billion Space Launch System (SLS) has been in development since 2011, and has been hit by multiple delays and problems over the past decade. Its first launch recently slipped from the end of last year to no earlier than March this year due to a problem with the onboard engine controller, which acts as the brain for each of the powerful RS-25 engines that propel the rocket into orbit. The US space agency has now replaced the components and all four engine controllers have performed well in tests, paving the way for its maiden launch. NASA engineers have fixed a glitch in the 'brain' of the SLS megarocket, that will eventually take the first woman and next man to land on the surface of the moon The $20 billion Space Launch System (SLS) has been in development since 2011, and has been hit by multiple delays and...
    The wait could soon be over for Warriors fans hoping to see Klay Thompson return to the court. Golden State expects to decide Friday if Thompson will play Sunday when the Warriors take on the Cavaliers at the Chase Center, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Monday, adding that there is “optimism” around the team that Thompson will play this weekend. The Warriors host the Heat on Monday night before traveling to Dallas and New Orleans for road games Wednesday and Thursday. The Sunday home game is a one-off before a four-game road trip back to the Central Time Zone to face the Grizzlies, Bucks, Bulls and Wolves. The Warriors have made it clear that they plan for Thompson to return to action — and starting games — with a home debut. The next home game after Sunday is Jan. 18 against the Pistons. Related Articles Warriors fill two-way slot with new but familiar face Is Andrew Wiggins an all-star? No doubt in Warriors’ minds Warriors’ roster move clears way for new two-way...
    Kristin Davis cut a chic figure in a white Chanel jacket overt a black outfit when she was seen early on Tuesday morning in New York City. The brunette beauty was on the Today show where she promoted her new HBOMax series And Just Like That... which is a revival of the popular Sex And The City show which aired from 1998 until 2004. During her sit down, the 56-year-old star shared that Kim Cattrall's absence from And Just Like That... will be addressed on the series.   Talking shop: Kristin Davis was on the Today show on Tuesday to promote her new series And Just Like That... which is a revival of the popular Sex And The City show Why is Kim missing? During her sit down, the 56-year-old star shared that Kim Cattrall's absence from And Just Like That... will be addressed on the series. From left, Kristin, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim and Cynthia Nixon on Sex And The City in the late Nineties Still a beauty: Kim seen at the SCAD aTVfest 2020  for her show Filthy Rich in 2020...
    Grey’s Anatomy star and producer Ellen Pompeo faced intense backlash after she told the story of an on-set clash with legendary actor and Grey’s Anatomy episode director Denzel Washington. At issue is an anecdote that Ms. Pompeo told former co-star Patrick Dempsey on the inaugural episode of the Tell Me with Ellen Pompeo podcast. After first expressing profuse respect and admiration for Mr. Washington — whom she also said “is a movie star, right? He doesn’t know shit about directing TV” — she dished her version of an on-set clash as she was doing a scene with an actor whose character was apologizing to Pompeo’s character: He made this choice to speak very softly. And I was pissed that I had to sit there and listen to this apology. And he wasn’t looking at me in the eye. Again, we love actors who make choices. Right. And I yelled at him and I was like, ‘Look at me when you apologize, look at me.’ And that wasn’t in the dialogue. And Denzel went ham on my ass. He was like,...
    On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “The Lead,” Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) predicted that “you’re going to see a rise in veteran suicide as a result of the way that we handled this withdrawal.” Because he’s heard from veterans who are “distraught” at the possibility that their friends in Afghanistan will be slaughtered. Moulton stated, “I have heard from veterans all across the country who are just distraught at what they see going on, seeing their friends, the people they put their lives — in whose hands they put their lives being potentially massacred in the coming days. I mean, look, you’re going to see a rise in veteran suicide as a result of the way that we handled this withdrawal. That costs American lives. That costs servicemember lives, too.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    More On: massage Quick-fix secrets of Hollywood’s hottest bodies: How you can try them Beef things up: Cow cuddling is the hot new therapy in the Finger Lakes Relieve sore muscles with this $80 massage gun with 10 speed settings Man ‘obsessed’ with massage parlor owner burned down her office building: officials If you suffer from sore muscles in your legs, feet or forearms, not dealing with the pain can cause the problem to escalate into something more serious. Many people have issues with such pain, whether from standing all day in a job that requires it, sitting all day at a desk, working out or even hikes or long walks. Muscle soreness is a fact of life — it’s the way our bodies are built — but it doesn’t mean that it needs to get in the way of the rest of your life. With the right tools, you can recover more quickly from muscle soreness and get back to what you love doing, not letting it get in the way of your life. Available now for...
    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell opened Tuesday’s Senate GOP press conference with an urgent plea for more Americans to get vaccinated. With Covid cases rising around the country due to the Delta variant, McConnell said, “It never occurred to me after three highly effective vaccines were developed in under a year that we’d have difficulty getting Americans to take the shots, but that’s obviously where we are.” McConnell, a polio survivor, has been particularly vocal in recent months encouraging vaccines and specifically addressing hesitancy among Republican men. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible or we’re going to be back in a situation in the fall that we don’t yearn for that we went through last year,” he added. Minutes later, he again emphasized the need for vaccinations and said, “This is not complicated!” One reporter asked him about individuals on the right who have been making a number of anti-vaccine comments. McConnell responded: I don’t know how I could be any more clear than I have been. I’ve been saying the same thing about...
    (CNN)Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson has been an outlier in his swing state for much of the last several years.While the state has been closely contested -- Joe Biden narrowly beat Donald Trump in the Badger State in 2020 -- Johnson has carved out space as one of Trump's most ardent backers and one of the Republicans most willing to embrace wild conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and the January 6 riot that followed.Actions have consequences. Embracing that sort of stuff isn't forgotten -- or, as Johnson's stop at a Juneteenth rally this weekend showed, forgiven. THE POINT -- NOW ON YOUTUBE! In each episode of his weekly YouTube show, Chris Cillizza will delve a little deeper into the surreal world of politics. Click to subscribe! Here's how the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on the day:"On Saturday, during an otherwise joyful celebration of Juneteenth Day in Milwaukee, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson made an appearance at a Republican Party booth.Read More"Johnson told reporters that his experience interacting with attendees had been generally positive, except for 'one nasty...
    EVERTON have reportedly joined the race to land Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero. The Argentina star is leaving on a free transfer this summer and a host of clubs are chasing his signature. 2Sergio Aguero has been linked with a move to EvertonCredit: Rex According to the Daily Star, Everton are the latest club to express an interest in signing Aguero. Carlo Ancelotti wants to strengthen his team's attack and the arrival of the 32-year-old striker would provide a major boost heading into next season. The Toffees are reportedly ready to offer Aguero a big signing on fee to convince him to move to Goodison Park. And Everton's ambitious transfer plans include their £35million move for Philippe Coutinho, revealed exclusively by SunSport. But Everton face serious competition with a cluster of clubs bidding to swoop for Aguero. Chelsea have been linked with a move for the prolific finisher as the Man City legend considers a potential stay in the Premier League. Barcelona are also determined to bring Aguero back to Spain this summer with his agent holding...
    Washington State residents are urged to dim outdoor lights in preparation of more than 11.5 million migrating birds that will fill the night sky over the next few days. Some 2,600 flew over Spokane Thursday evening and an estimated 12,700 flooded skies over Seattle as well, but the bulk is expected tonight through Monday.   More than 7,800 birds are projected to fly over Seattle Friday evening and 3,700 over Tacoma, a total of 2.7 million throughout the state and 2.6 million more are expected Monday. The birds are coming from their winter breeding grounds in the Gulf of Mexico and choose to make the long journey at night to avoid predators and take advantage of cooler temperatures to elevate body heat. However, predators may no longer be their biggest threat, as light pollution now kills up to 988 million birds each year.   The feathered creatures become confused by artificial light and instead of landing softly on green pastures, many collide with hard windows and buildings. Scroll down for video  Washington State residents are urged to dim outdoor lights in preparation of...
    The man who took the famous photograph that led to global speculation that Prince Philip and Princess Elizabeth were expecting their second child has paid tribute to the Duke. Frank Attard, now 93, snapped the young couple in 1950 at their Villa Guardamangia home in Malta, where they enjoyed an idyllic two years unrestrained by Royal protocol before Elizabeth's Coronation three years later. Recalling the photocall, he told The Mail on Sunday: 'Prince Philip gave this two-finger signal as I took their photograph.  'When I sent the photo over to the British newspapers, they said it expressed how they were expecting their second child.' Princess Anne was born five months later. The man who took the famous photograph that led to global speculation that Prince Philip and Princess Elizabeth were expecting their second child has paid tribute to the Duke. Frank Attard, now 93, snapped the young couple (above) in 1950 at their Villa Guardamangia home in Malta, where they enjoyed an idyllic two years unrestrained by Royal protocol before Elizabeth's Coronation three years later. Recalling the photocall, he...
    Professor Brian Cox left This Morning viewers scratching their heads today after making a bizarre claim that humans 'might be holograms'.  The British physicist, 53, appeared on the programme to promote his new live tour Horizons: A 2021 Space Odyssey, which will explore profound questions such as how the universe began. While discussing the role of black holes in the evolution of the universe, Brian claimed the universe 'might not be at all the way we perceive it to be' and suggested we could all be holograms - but failed to elaborate before host Ruth Langsford moved the conversation on.  Viewers were unsurprisingly confused by the theory, with one calling the moment the 'best thing to happen' on the show so far while another joked that someone should come and 'turn them off'.  Professor Brian Cox left This Morning viewers scratching their heads today after making the surprising claim that we 'might all be holograms' The British physicist, 53, said the 'universe might not be at all the way we perceive it to be' - but gave no other explanation...
    New York : The tv star Kim kardashian just a few days ago he boasted of the significant progress he had made in his university studies, also predicting that, if he continued at that rate, he would graduate in law within two years and then prepare for the exams that will lead to obtaining your future lawyer’s license. Since she ended her marriage with rapper Kanye West, who was joined by almost seven years of legal union and, above all, their four children in common, the also businesswoman has been able to dedicate more time than usual to these activities and concerns formative studies that had remained in the background during his life in common with the artist, including his university career. That dynamic has now been corroborated by her famous mother, Kris Jenner, who is delighted that Kim was able to regain much of the leeway she had before marrying or debuting in motherhood. “Kim is doing great, she is doing great. She is really busy with her different life projects, and frankly I don’t know how she...
    New York : Jesús Alberto Díaz, known to all as the sweet Chef Yisus from ‘Despierta América’, shares that his mother died in a very emotional way. Gloria Sánchez de Díaz, ‘the warrior of light’, Yisus’s mother, or Jesús Alberto as she called her ‘baby’, died at dawn on Saturday, March 6 after struggling with a long illness, the one that had expired some years ago. Through your Instagram account, Yisus, who we see every morning cooking and commenting on sports in ‘Despierta América’ and soon on the track of ‘Mira Who Dances All Stars’ describes the great love they have and will have forever: “You were and will ALWAYS be my cane, my food, my engine, the woman of my life. It was not enough for you to bring me to life, but you also gave me yours. You taught me everything with examples, but your words and writings were never lacking. I do EVERYTHING thinking of you because that way everything works out better for me. Thank you for never separating, for always coming with me no...
    It is the story of a small Norman village that still resists the American invader. Welcome to Saint-Senier-en Beuvron, a cheerful rural town of 350 inhabitants located about twenty kilometers as the crow flies from the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel, which is honored to be classified in the Natura 2000 zone. Another special feature: it houses a fiber connection node managed by Covage. It is there, on private agricultural land, that Starlink has chosen to set up, with the backing of Arcep, one of the four French land relays that will receive … Follow La Tribune Share economic information, receive our newsletters
    New York (CNN Business)People looking to buy the items they spot on social media platforms now have one more alternative to paying with their credit cards.Shopify (SHOP), the e-commerce platform, is expanding its checkout and payment system to US-based merchants on Facebook (FB) and Instagram, which Facebook owns, in a move that significantly widens its reach among consumers. Its Shop Pay option is available to Instagram users beginning Tuesday, and it will roll out to Facebook in the coming weeks. Users will see Shop Pay, which stores customers' payment and shipping info, as a payment option on Facebook Pay, in addition to paying with a credit card or via PayPal. Once a purchase is made, consumers can track orders through Shop Pay. Shopify's stock closed up 7% on the news on Tuesday. The company's stock has nearly tripled in the past year.Walmarts latest strategy to get your stuff to you fasterFor Facebook and Instagram, the partnership comes as they are trying to make a bigger mark on retail. Instagram and Facebook have their own "shops" and offer ways to purchase...
    Some bedroom decor trends are set to take over while others fade out in 2021. Shuttershock Interior designers shared which bedroom decorating trends are set to soar and fade in 2021. Designers say sage-green bedding and vintage screens can elevate your space.  Industrial decor and accent walls may be on their way out, according to the pros. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bedrooms are meant to be sanctuaries, so decorating them just right is an important task.  Insider spoke to professional interior designers about the hottest bedroom styles of 2021, and which trends should soon be left behind. 
    Backup your data and delete cell phone content safely. Cleaning our Android is never too much. After using the device for a while, it is always good to delete files and if possible leave the cell phone as new. If you are looking to make space on your Android or you want its performance to be like that of a long time ago, the ideal is to clean the device. Another thing is that if you intend to give away or sell the phone, it is necessary to leave it as new, because for nothing in the world do you want a file of yours to stay on the cell phone. Make a backup It is the first step you must do. If you are going to change devices, making a backup copy is very important if you want to keep valuable information from your old mobile. Android allows you to store the device information in the Google Drive cloud, and to do so you just have to follow the route Settings> Google> Make backup> Create backup. ...
    JoJo Siwa posted a video showing herself singing along to the Lady Gaga song “Born This Way,” leading fans to speculate that the child star is coming out as gay. Siwa took to TikTk to share a short video of herself wearing a colorful, rainbow-style shirt and singing along to a part of the song that speaks about being proud of themselves no matter what their sexual orientation. “No matter gay, straight, or bi/Lesbian, transgendered life/I’m on the right track baby/I was born to survive,” Lady Gaga sang in the portion of the video that Siwa shared as she sung along with a smile. The video sparked immediate speculation that Siwa could be coming out as gay herself, though she had not yet followed up the post with any kind of statement about her intention. Still, many fans took to social media to praise the post and discuss the impact it could have on others. Siwa’s name shot to the top of Twitter’s trends shortly after the video was posted, with many retweeting it. The video showing Siwa singing “Born...
    Tie-dye and bike shorts are on their way out, according to stylists. Gotham/Getty Images; Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Insider asked five stylists to share which once-trendy items they're removing from their wardrobes this year. Tie-dye and cheetah print will probably date themselves in 2021. Ripped denim and mint-colored clothing may finally be making their way out of style. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A carefully curated wardrobe is an important part of feeling and looking good. But fashion doesn't stand still, meaning some items that were trendy this year will be looking stale by the time 2021 rolls around.  Read on for a few pieces from 2020 that professional stylists recommend removing from your wardrobe this year.
    New York (CNN Business)Ray Dalio, the billionaire founder of the world's largest hedge fund, is deeply worried about a divided and profoundly unequal America as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take power.Dalio is warning that leaders must urgently address the toxic brew of worsening inequality, political polarization and mounting debt. "There will have to be a resolution of the system working for the majority of the people in which there's productivity," Dalio told CNN's Poppy Harlow in an interview airing Tuesday. "And that could be obtained either in a smart, bipartisan way -- or it will come by greater conflict."The pandemic has laid bare just how unequal our system is. As euphoria on Wall Street catapults stock prices to new heights, Main Street is in crisis. The worst alternative is that one side or another says this isnt my country anymore. This isnt my population." Bridgewater Associates founder Ray DalioNearly 8 million Americans have joined the ranks of the poor since June, according to researchers from the University of Chicago and University of Notre Dame. More than 27 million adults...
    The 25 best second seasons in NBA history I have not had a good year: Children pen heartbreaking letters to Santa sharing hardships faced during pandemic 39 Gifts That Are Selling Like Hotcakes During The Holidays Ad Microsoft Top credit card wipes out interest until 2022 (seriously) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © AlexRaths / iStock The holidays are approaching I’m a sucker for holiday shopping. As much as I hate to admit it, I look forward to walking into a warm store festooned with pinecones, ribbons and snowflakes and shopping to my heart’s content. But over the years I realized I was overspending on gifts my loved ones didn’t actually use. And I’m not alone. More than half of Americans planned on going into debt for holiday spending last year, according to a Finder study. I certainly get giddy when I pull out a credit card to buy books my family will never...
    President Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that the presidential election was rigged in a Sunday night tweet from the White House.  '"Democrats suffered crushing down-ballot loss across America." @nytimes. This is true,' Trump wrote, referring to a New York Times article from Saturday that explained how suburban voters' disgust with Trump, which was the key to Joe  Biden’s victory, did not translate into a rebuke of other Republicans. 'All statehouses won, and in Washington we did great. So I led this great charge, and I’m the only one that lost? No, it doesn’t work that way. This was a massive fraud, a RIGGED ELECTION!' Trump added. Trump's tweet was quickly flagged by Twitter as a claim that has been 'disputed'.  Shortly after the election was called in favor of Biden, Trump's team filed multiple suits alleging voter fraud in key states.  Scroll down for video   President Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that the presidential election was rigged in a Sunday night tweet from the White House '"Democrats suffered crushing down-ballot loss across America." @nytimes. This...
    A teenage baker has revealed his simple yet genius trick to stop the runny yolk from oozing out of a bacon and egg roll. Morgan Hipworth, founder of Melbourne's Bistro Morgan Bakehouse, shared a TikTok video showing exactly how he made the ultimate bacon and egg roll at home using just four ingredients. To make the breakfast meal, the 19-year-old scooped out the bread from the centre of the crusty bun to create a 'bowl' for the filling. Scroll down for video  A teenage baker has revealed his simple yet genius trick to stop the runny yolk from oozing out of a bacon and egg roll 'Let's make quick and easy eggs and bacon,' Morgan said in the video. He started the recipe by slicing the buns in half, before he scooped out the some of the bread inside the base so there's room for the ingredients. 'Grab a crusty bread roll and cut out the top, scoop out the inside of the bread roll,' Morgan explained. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Have you been...
    We're number one! And number two! And four and five! This week, U.S. News & World Report released its list of the "150 Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2020-21," one of those rare listicle efforts that actually gets some respect. And this round, Colorado cities took four of the five top spots in the country. Boulder ranked first and Denver second; Colorado Springs came in fourth and Fort Collins fifth. The only city to stop a Colorado sweep was Austin, which placed third. In their Facebook comments on our story about Colorado's near sweep, some readers applauded...and some demanded a recount. Says Aby:  Don't spill the beans, we are still a best-kept secret. Love Colorado! Adds Alexis:  Please just stop putting these things out there. We are FULL. Notes Pat: We will be loved to death soon. Replies Sara Ann: Cool, I hope this further raises my property value so I can cash out and move to someplace cheaper, less crowded and less crazy. Explains Chris:  ...
    Local celebrations of Día de los Muertos will be toned down this year, with lots of online programming, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Virtual craft workshops, altar kits, panel discussions and entertainment can promote wider participation, give families a chance to bond over related projects at home and offer a real learning experience about the roots and true meaning of the holiday when we can remember the dead in an upbeat way. Mix that with a few live experiences, and you’ll view Día de los Muertos in a whole new light. EXPAND Take home an artist-created ofredna kit from the Latino Cultural Arts Center. Latino Cultural Arts Center Latino Cultural Arts Center Ofrendas at Home Kits$30 to $150 minimum donation, order online Pick up from from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., through October 29 at at Hijos del Sol, 2715 West Eighth Avenue, or by appointment at info@LCAC-Denver.org.The Latin Cultural Arts Center is taking the reins in this year’s Día de los Muertos celebrations by helping to coordinate events by different cultural groups around the city, including the...
    NASA has produced musical marvels from our galaxy using a technique known as sonification – the process of translating data into sound.  The project turns X-ray, visible and infrared light data – gathered from far-flung parts of the Milky Way by three NASA telescopes – into audio.   By translating the digital data, which takes the form of ones and zeroes, NASA has brought to life the Galactic Centre – the rotational centre of the Milky Way – with a peaceful, tinkling soundscape.  Other more dramatic audio pieces represent the remains of a supernova called Cassiopeia A and the 'Pillars of Creation' – towering tendrils of cosmic dust and gas.  Image data for the project has been taken from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, Hubble Space Telescope, and Spitzer Space Telescope – all of which record different regions of the light spectrum.  Scroll down for videos RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next RIP Spitzer: NASA bids an emotional farewell to its infrared... Earth and the Moon appear as small crescents in the empty... NASA releases mesmerising 10-year time-lapse of the Sun... ...
    California scientists are paving the way to extending human life span after discovering the cellular command center for aging, according to a new study.  By studying yeast, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) scientists discovered that cells take one of two paths as they age.  One of the two paths leads to healthy aging, while cells that go the other route decline much more quickly as their machinery stutters and churns out broken proteins.   And the scientists found the molecular 'switchboard' that determines which fate cells will have.  With this newly found information, the team made a computer model for cellular aging - and found DNA tweaks that could make yeast cells live about twice as long, thus extending the organism's lifespan.  They plan to soon begin testing chemical 'cocktails' in more complex organisms and, eventually, in humans, in an effort to stretch longevity.   The UC San Diego scientists discovered that about half of yeast cells age as a matter of growing instability in the central part of the cell known as the nucleolus (red) becomes less stable...
    The lighter yellow yolks have more of a chalky texture than the darker orange yolks. Rachel Askinasi/Insider Insider In an attempt to make the perfect hard-boiled egg, I scoured the internet for tips and tricks from bloggers and professionals alike.   I chose three popular cooking methods and tried each at four different cook times. I made two eggs for every method/time combination, giving one from each batch a 10-minute ice bath to see if it would make a difference. The side-by-side images show how each method/time combination altered the boiled eggs. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. How do you like your eggs in the morning? Dean Martin wasn't partial to any particular way when he sang about his breakfast, and neither am I. Still, hard-boiled has always been a versatile go-to for me. Until recently, though, I didn't know there were so many different ways to make them.  It seems like everyone I talk to has their own way of making the perfect hard-boiled egg, so I set out to see just how many...
    Republican Dan Crenshaw has suggested that Marxist followers are to blame for protests into Confederate statues across the country that have seen many pulled from their plinths.  Crenshaw made the comments during a Fox News interview on Monday after writing a column in the National Review with the headline 'We Can't Let the Outrage Mob Win'. In the article he suggested that far-left 'radicals' coupled with a 'cancel culture and mob mentality' were looking to carry out a 'cultural revolution, a purge of traditional American narratives and icons,' which includes the removal of Confederate statues.  Texas Republican Dan Crenshaw has suggested that Marxist followers are to blame for protests over Confederate statues across the country Fox News Privacy Policy It was an argument he continued to pursue during Monday's televised interview.   'There's one party that will teach your kids to love America and there's one party that won't stand up for it,' the Texas Republican said. He was then asked what he found to be so objectionable about the attack on the historic monuments.  'We always knew that this would...
    Avika Gor has been a prominent face from the entertainment space since quite a long time. It was in the year 2008 when she was introduced as the little Anandi in Colors TV serial, Balika Vadhu and from there on she ruled hearts. Her adolescent act was loved by fans and in no time she became one of the topmost actresses from Indian TV.  Later, in her career, she bagged the role of Simar’s sister Roli in Sasural Simar Ka (2011) and again weaved magic with her acting prowess. That’s not it, as she has also appeared in regional films in lead roles. All that being said, Avika turns a year older on June 30, 2020, we are here to praise the girl. Balika Vadhu Returns to Colors: Here’s the Telecast Time and Schedule for Avika Gor – Avinash Mukherjee’s Social Drama (Watch Video). Well, as we all know that she is a fabulous entertainer, but what people don’t know is that she has a super style taste. A look at her Instagram feed and we bet you will be...
    A perfect dozen. Sophie-Claire Hoeller/Insider Tim Hortons is like Canada's answer to Dunkin', though the doughnut chain also has locations in the US. On a trip to Quebec City back in January, I tried every single doughnut sold at Tim Horton's (besides a range of fancy "dream" doughnuts). The maple-glazed doughnut was delicious, but the honey-glazed flavor took the crown — which was a surprise to me because I don't usually like honey. I personally didn't like the blueberry doughnut, which was way too sweet for me. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tim Hortons — aka Timmy's — is a staple of Canadian culture. With almost 5,000 locations, it's Canada's largest restaurant chain. Much like Dunkin', Tim Hortons is a casual, counter-service spot for coffee, breakfast sandwiches, and pastries that can be found on almost every corner in Canada. There are also many Tim Hortons locations in the US, though it's more popular in Canada. On a trip to Quebec City back in January, I tried all the doughnuts that I could from Tim Hortons...
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    Photo by Dylan MelcherFlorida’s ban on serving alcohol to people in bars will be reevaluated daily, the state’s top business regulator said in a series of tweets over the weekend that also offered apologies for the crackdown. Meanwhile, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Sunday the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is “trying to figure out a way forward” for bars, nightclubs and craft breweries that are essentially having to shut down again because of “widespread non-compliance” with coronavirus guidelines --- non-compliance he attributed mostly to young adults who are “going to do what they’re going to do.” “My view is, I'd rather have those places open, complying,” DeSantis said during a news conference on coronavirus response efforts at Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. “I think that's probably less risky than what a lot of the young people end up doing. They're still going to do things, most likely. And you may end up doing things in ways that are that are even more risky.” Halsey Beshears, secretary of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, issued an order Friday...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Florida’s ban on serving alcohol to people in bars will be reevaluated daily, the state’s top business regulator said in a series of tweets over the weekend that also offered apologies for the crackdown. Meanwhile, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Sunday the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is “trying to figure out a way forward” for bars, nightclubs and craft breweries that are essentially having to shut down again because of “widespread non-compliance” with coronavirus guidelines — non-compliance he attributed mostly to young adults who are “going to do what they’re going to do.” “My view is, I’d rather have those places open, complying,” DeSantis said during a news conference on coronavirus response efforts at Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola. “I think that’s probably less risky than what a lot of the young people end up doing. They’re still going to do things, most likely. And you may end up doing things in ways that are that are even more risky.” Halsey Beshears, secretary of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, issued an order Friday...
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    Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) accused President Donald Trump of “kissing up” to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Host George Stephanopoulos said, “I want to turn to that rather startling report in The New York Times [that] Russia secretly offered Afghan bounties to kill U.S. troops. It reports that American intelligence officials have concluded that Russian military intelligence units secretly offered bounties to Taliban linked militants for killing coalition forces in Afghanistan, including targeting American troops.” He asked, “Were you aware of these reports?” Pelosi said, “No, and we have called for a report to the Congress on this. This is as bad as it gets. Yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score. Denies being briefed, whether he is or not, his administration knows. Our allies, some of our allies who work with us in Afghanistan, have been briefed and accept this report. Just as I have said to the president with him, all roads lead to Putin. I don’t know what the Russians have on the president politically, personally or financially, or whatever it is.” She continued,...
    By MARTIN CRUTSINGER WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy shrank at a 5.0% rate in the first quarter and a vastly worse performance is expected in the current three-month period, when the coronavirus pandemic began to spread across the U.S. The Commerce Department reported Thursday that the decline in the gross domestic product, the total output of goods and services, in the January-March quarter was unchanged from the estimate made a month ago. It was the sharpest quarterly decline since an 8.4% tumble in the fourth quarter of 2008 during the depths of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. The first quarter period captured just two weeks of the shutdowns that began in many parts of the country in mid-March. Economists believe that GDP has plunged around 30% from April through the end of this month. That would be the biggest quarterly decline on record by a long shot: Three times bigger than a 10% drop in the first quarter of 1958. Forecasters believe the economy will rebound in the second half of the year. The Congressional Budget...
    The left-wing protest movement sweeping the country has been decades in the making, fueled in part by liberal college campuses, Wall Street Journal columnist Dan Henninger said Thursday. Speaking to host Ed Henry on "America's Newsroom," Henninger said many Americans have been "stunned" to see protesters calling for monuments to Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Ulysses S. Grant to be removed. "They can't imagine where this came from," said Henninger, who argued that the "seeds of cancel culture" were planted on campuses for the last 30 years and mostly ignored. WISCONSIN OFFICIALS CONDEMN VIOLENCE AFTER CHAOS GRIPS CAPITOL, STATE SENATOR SHARES VIDEO OF ALLEGED ATTACK "It started on campuses when they enforced and instituted speech codes, which forbade a certain amount of words to be said by people. University presidents were complacent in that. Then they denied tenure to conservative professors who were balanced against groupthink. "Then when the student started to attack their own liberal professors as racists, the universities stood aside, as did their liberal colleagues, and let that happen, too. That was the seeds of cancel culture, the irrational anti-history that we are seeing right now. Liberals in positions of leadership in our...
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