- PoliticsFox Business
If Trump signed legislation by the beginning of August, that could mean Americans would start to see the money at least by the end of the month -- if not earlier.
In a new interview, the reality TV star breaks her silence on rumors surrounding the future of her restaurant empire.
And the battle between the two Lady A’s — mega-successful white country band v. obscure Black blues singer — continues. Now lawyers are involved, and no matter who ends up being victorious in the quest to stake a legal claim to the name, the Lady A formerly known as Lady Antebellum has already lost. The […]
- StyleMarie Claire
Comfy and cool.From Marie Claire
The death of George Floyd and worry about his three children have brought about a change in Darius Rucker. "I've lived with racism my whole life," the country music star told Harry Smith on TODAY. The former Hootie and the Blowfish frontman posted a lengthy message on Instagram last month about his experiences with racism, a week after Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody sparked protests against racial injustice across the world.
Philip Morris says cigarette sales in many places could end in a decade and they’ve got a ‘safer’ product to replace them
Philip Morris International Inc. thinks the sale of cigarettes could come to an end in countries around the world in the coming years, but have no fear, because they've got another product ready to sell that offers a “safer” nicotine fix. Philip Morris (PM) and the Food and Drug Administration announced this week that the company's IQOS “electrically heated tobacco system” has been given the green light to market as a safer alternative to cigarettes. Now designated as a “modified risk” product, the company can promote these items “as containing a reduced level of or presenting a reduced exposure to a substance,” according to the FDA statement.
- CelebrityNBC News
This isn't the first time the 23-year-old Brazilian beauty has broken barriers for trans models.