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When I first saw the news that a gunman had shot up the King Soopers supermarket my heart sunk. But I couldn’t have imagined that my lovely former Photo Director, Lynn Murray, would be one of the victims.
There’s no reason to freak out if you haven’t found gifts yet for your mother, sis, best friend or brother. Right here are 10 beauty gifts that are so tempting you’ll have a hard time giving them away.
If you haven’t felt understood or represented on TV, then Tiffany Cross wants you to watch her new Saturday morning show, ‘The Cross Connection’.
Are you desperate to finally cut your hair and get an updated look after months of staying away from the salon? I was, and I’m so happy that I went from my limp long locks to a perky pixie chop.
Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi set out to chronicle the election year last January, before the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement, and now, she admits she is shook by what she’s witnessed.
If you haven’t yet decided who you will support for president in the the most consequential election since we faced the Civil War, HollywoodLife urges you to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris for these 10 key reasons.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg grew up at a time when women were barred from many colleges, careers, financial independence and making their own reproductive choices. We can’t turn back the clock.
Yikes! If you’ve caught glimpses of the skin on your neck starting to wrinkle as you talk on the phone or hunch over your computer, and you’re not having it, there’s a new tightening technology to try.
The nasty name-calling and false conspiracy theories about Kamala Harris began almost immediately after her announcement, but Cecile Richards and other female leaders are fighting back, hard.
When political campaign organizer and TV commentator Karine Jean-Pierre was asked to join the Joe Biden team, she realized it was her duty to sign on for her daughter.
The activist and Emmy-contending star of ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ reveals that although she is only 17, she will still do her very best to get voters to the polls on Nov. 3.
In ‘Little Fires Everywhere,’ Lexi Underwood’s character becomes an agent of change. Now, in real life, she feels compelled to fight 400 years of systemic racism to bring about permanent change in America.
Father’s Day is this weekend & if you haven’t already bought a gift for dad, have no fear because here’s a round up of all the best last-minute presents you can still shop for! So get going.
If Maria Teresa Kumar can mobilize the biggest group of young Latinos ever to cast ballots on November 3, they could flip the election. She’s determined to do that.
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