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Zendaya admits that despite her efforts, she doesn't consider herself an activist, explaining that she is "up in the bleachers, not on the field."
"Regardless of my intention with my tweet, it ended up being a microaggression against someone I respect, so to @aliciakeys I owe a direct apology--I'm sorry," James Charles tweeted.
With congressional Democrats and White House negotiators so far unable to agree on a deal to salve the heavy economic toll of the coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump has threatened to bypass Congress with an executive order. Trump said on Twitter he is considering executive orders to continue expanded unemployment benefits, reinstate a moratorium on evictions, cut payroll taxes and continue a suspension of student loan repayments amid a health crisis that has killed nearly 160,000 Americans.
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TikTok users were mostly shocked that people can see and judge the photos they print.
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In a vulnerable essay, Paltrow wrote about her and Martin's process of "conscious uncoupling."
Lexie found a way around the "not allowed on the couch" rule. Clever!