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If you're a bonafide beauty lover or know someone who is, Black Friday is the perfect time to stock up on all the best buys ... at a fraction of the cost! From Sephora's Cyber Week sales to viral picks such as Peter Thomas Roth's viral eye cream, this just might be the biggest best shopping season ever. While store lines will potentially be longer than usual, you can easily access many of this year's sales safely, and right from the comfort of your home -- or while on-the-go, by using your mobile device.
It's one of the most magical times of the year for beauty lovers because Sephora has joined a host of amazing retailers offering 2021 Black Friday sales. The beauty haven has rolled out deep discounts on everything from amazing makeup and skin care to go-to hair picks as well as gift sets. Give or get the gift of beautiful hair this season with these bestselling beauty buys.
Is Russia preparing to invade Ukraine? Fears of invasion are greater now than at any time since Moscow first seized Crimea in 2014. For the past month, the United States has been sounding the alarm that Russia has amassed more than 100,000 troops near eastern Ukraine and may be preparing to launch a major military incursion.
The verdicts in favor of Kyle Rittenhouse and against the men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery have shone a renewed spotlight on vigilantism and self-defense in America. While in many respects dramatically different, including their outcomes -- Rittenhouse was acquitted and the defendants in the Arbery case were convicted of murder -- both high-profile cases center on people who were armed and put themselves into potentially dangerous situations, fatally shooting people in the process and asserting that they did so in self-defense. According to experts and advocates, the landscape of self-defense laws in recent decades has shifted to a more expansive notion that includes the right not to retreat from danger.
In one of the most consequential elections in the Western Hemisphere, in one of Central America's poorest countries, Hondurans head to the polls Sunday to choose a new president, new lawmakers, new mayors and new city council members. "The elections this Sunday, November 28th, definitely present our golden opportunity, the only one, to rescue democracy in this country," Clara López, a voter in the country's capital Tegucigalpa, told ABC News. Honduras' recent history of election-related violence has many on edge.
Jessie James Decker has a Thanksgiving-themed sandwich recipe that's sure to resonate with "Friends" fans everywhere. Decker told "Good Morning America" she just had to try her hand at creating an original version of the iconic, coveted Thanksgiving leftover sandwich from the hit TV show. While Monica Geller's creation for her brother Ross contained an extra slice of gravy soaked bread in the middle, Decker opted to leave it out and found another way to lock in all the flavors.
Black Friday 2021 -- that special time of the year when retailers present some of their best deals. Big box retailers such as Walmart and Best Buy are rolling out details on super deals you can expect to find either in-store or online today. As global supply chains have disrupted the retail industry, the time to start your holiday shopping is right now.
A New Jersey police officer faces a slew of charges after allegedly striking a pedestrian on a parkway, leaving the scene and then taking the victim's body to his home. Newark Police Officer Louis Santiago, 25, has been charged with reckless homicide, desecrating human remains and other related charges after striking a pedestrian on the Garden State Parkway, according to a statement Thursday from Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II. On Nov. 1 around 3 a.m., Santiago allegedly struck the victim with a 2005 Honda Accord he was driving and did not call 911.
All are welcome at “Mr. Thanksgiving’s” dinner table. For more than 50 years, Bob Vogelbaugh, a former grocery store owner in Moline, Illinois, has made sure that his community is well fed on Thanksgiving Day. Every year, with the help of hundreds volunteers, Vogelbaugh hosts a free Thanksgiving dinner.
More than 200,000 customers in Southern California may be without electricity during the Thanksgiving holiday as two utility companies consider cutting power due to fire danger. In the counties of Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura, more than 156,000 customers could be affected by power cuts by Southern California Edison, while nearly 49,000 customers in the San Diego mountains and inland Orange County could be affected by shutoffs by San Diego Gas & Electric.
The death of a 14-year-old Florida boy whose body was found last week has been ruled a homicide by local police. Ryan Rogers of Palm Beach Gardens was found dead Nov. 16 around 9 a.m. local time near an Interstate 95 overpass by a passerby who spotted the boy's bike lying in the grass. "We now know that Ryan Rogers' death was not an accident, but a deliberate act," the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department said in a statement Wednesday.
Dolly Parton gave fans something to celebrate this Thanksgiving. "Happy #Thanksgiving from me and mine to you and yours," Parton, 75, wrote on Thursday, adding a red heart emoji to the end of her message. The "Jolene" singer and Dean wed in 1966.
Egypt on Thursday opened to the public a 3,000-year-old sphinx-filled avenue in the Southern city of Luxor to great fanfare, having wrapped up restoration works that took over seven decades to complete. In an attempt to wow tourists and lure them back after Egypt's vital tourism industry took a fresh battering because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country held a lavish ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Avenue of Sphinx, an ancient 1.7-mile-long walkway connecting Karnak Temple with Luxor Temple. It's the second such event in six months following a "royal procession" that Egypt had held in April to parade 22 mummies through the streets of Cairo as they were conveyed to a newly inaugurated museum.
John Travolta shared a sweet message for his son Benjamin's 11th birthday. Benjamin and Ella are just two of the children Travolta shared with his late wife Kelly Preston, who died of breast cancer in July 2020. "He said to me once, 'Because mom passed away, I'm afraid you're going to,'" Travolta recalled.
One Navy veteran got the surprise of his lifetime when he got to meet Dwayne Johnson and drive away in the actor's very own truck. The actor shared a video to Instagram on Wednesday in which he showed up to a fan screening of his new movie, "Red Notice," and gave his personal Ford truck to Oscar Rodriguez, who was in the audience. The "Jungle Cruise" star said his original idea was to give away the Porsche he drove in "Red Notice."
Ahmaud Arbery's mother said she is feeling especially thankful this Thanksgiving, after three men were found guilty of his murder. "We finally got justice for Ahmaud," she added. On Wednesday, Travis McMichael, who fatally shot Arbery in February 2020, was convicted by a Glynn County jury on all nine charges, including malice murder and four counts of felony murder.
As families gather across the country to celebrate Thanksgiving and give thanks, many are struggling to fill their kitchens with fresh food and groceries. The U.S. has made virtually no progress toward solving this issue of food insecurity in the last two years, according to United States Department of Agriculture data. More than 10% of U.S. households (13.8 million) were food insecure at some time during 2020, unchanged from 2019, the government said.
With coronavirus infection rates back on the rise, many Americans are wondering why the U.S. is, once again, experiencing surge in cases and hospitalizations, despite widespread vaccinations. The U.S. is now reporting more than 94,000 new COVID-19 cases each day -- up by 47% since late October. Experts say a confluence of factors is likely driving the country's recent increases in infections, including the more than 100 million Americans who remain completely unvaccinated, cold weather and relaxed restrictions, the highly transmissible delta variant, and waning vaccine immunity.
On Wednesday, Travis McMichael, who fatally shot Arbery in February 2020, was convicted by a Glynn County, Georgia, jury on all nine charges, including malice murder and four counts of felony murder. Here's a look at what's next for the three defendants in the Glynn County case -- as well as several others connected to Arbery's killing.
In the long term, U.S. carriers including United and Alaska Airlines, are vowing to have net zero carbon emissions. "Sustainability is a place that we all realize we have to scale," said Diana Birkett Rakow, senior vice president of sustainability, at Alaska Airlines during an interview with ABC News at Alaska's corporate headquarters near Seattle. "We are hyper focused right now on things that can help us accelerate our path to net zero carbon emissions and that we could see viable in our operation in the next three, five, 10 years."