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No more pregnancy-hiding coats for this girl.Celebrity People
Mac Miller's Death May Have Played a Role in Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande SplitU.S. The Wrap
Count James Woods among those outraged over Blake Fischer, the Idaho fish and game commissioner who reportedly shared a photo of “a family of baboons” that he killed during a hunting trip in Africa. Woods’ reflection on the subject began in reaction to a Fox News story about Fischer that noted Fischer had received requests to resign.U.S. Yahoo Lifestyle
A gay high school student in Santa Ana, Calif., is sending a message about acceptance in the best way he knows how: by asking his friend, the straight football captain, to prom.U.S. AOL.com
President Trump leaves Melania in the rain without an umbrella on their way to Florida -- and Twitter has the best reaction
President Trump and Melania departed to storm-ravaged Florida on MondayCelebrity Good Morning America
Less than a week after it was announced that Joe Giudice, the husband of "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice, was ordered to be deported back to Italy after he finishes his stint in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud, his wife and daughter are speaking out. Giudice pleaded guilty in 2014 to bankruptcy fraud and failing to pay taxes on $200,000 worth of income, and is scheduled to be released from prison in March 2019. Teresa also served nearly a year in prison after pleading guilty to submitting false loan applications when she applied for a $5 million mortgage.Business Business Insider
Google CEO Sundar Pichai says employee protests against the company's work with US military had little impact on management: 'We don't run the company by referendum' (GOOG, GOOGL)
At a tech gathering in San Francisco on Monday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai remarked on an internal protest that rattled the company earlier this year. Thousands of Google employees participated in an internal protest against the company's participation in a high-tech military project earlier this year, but the unprecedented revolt at the company had little influence on management's decision-making, according to CEO Sundar Pichai. At a gathering to celebrate Wired magazine's 25th anniversary, Pichai was asked whether Google's employees had anything to do with the company's announcement last week that it will not compete for a much sought-after $10 billion cloud-computing contract offered by the Pentagon.
Oct 16, 2018Libra (change)
Returning your attention to a job previously set aside or delayed is prudent today. This could be a matter of necessity if something goes on the blink and needs repair. Or it might be because of a str...