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The former Vogue creative director and editor at large died this week, leaving an impressive style legacy.
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“The threat is in no way over, but the news is good in terms of the direction that it’s turning," Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said at a news conference.
A Jan. 6 defendant said prosecutors asked him about ties to Trump and his top advisers, while the committee has subpoenaed Eric Trump's phone records.
The bill is nearly identical to the Mississippi law being reviewed by the Supreme Court which is threatening to overturn the constitutional right to abortion.
Arizona is the sixth state to introduce an S.B. 8 copycat bill that bans abortion around six weeks and deputizes private citizens to enforce it.
Don Huffines, a candidate with harsh anti-immigrant views, says dismissing Jake Lloyd Colglazier would be “cancel culture.”
The former Vogue editor-at-large, who died this week, impressed and inspired people he met — and those he didn't.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Wednesday that the Grammy-winning rapper had offered the financial relief for victims of the fire in the Bronx, where she grew up.
The pop star's lawyers outlined a lengthy list of Jamie Spears' alleged financial transgressions when he was her conservator.
The thorny double band is a reminder that "love is pain," the "Bloody Valentine" singer said in a new interview with Vogue.