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One Great Outfit.

3 months agoLifestyle / Shopping : Fash365

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” —Lao Tzu “And one great outfit!” —Cate Adair Get the look here: Stripeweave Jacquard Scarf $49, madewell.com Plaza Pullover Sweater $79, madewell.com Pull-On Shorts in Diamond Dot...Show More Summary

7 Style Tips for Bernie Sanders

We're not saying Bernie needs to change, but these tips would add a little polish.

Bug Out!

3 months agoLifestyle / Shopping : Fash365

Bug Out! Get the look here: Beetle Brooch $28, bananarepublic.gap.com Alexander McQueen Butterfly Cuff Bracelet $595, saksfifthavenue.com Betsey Johnson Gold-Tone Blue Glass Crystal Bug Stud Earrings $25, macys.com MacKenzie-Childs Butterfly...Show More Summary

Dress Like Nobody's Business

3 months agoLifestyle / Shopping : Fash365

Dress like nobody’s business. Get the look here: Albert Nipon Long-Sleeve Ruffled-Front Belted Skirt Suit $225, neimanmarcus.com Luana Italy Paley Mini Satchel $328, lordandtaylor.com Kate Spade New York Licorice Heels $298, lordandtaylor.com If you liked this post, you might enjoy our Fash365 newsletter. Receive each new post delivered right to your inbox. Sign up here.

The Watch That Survived 340 Days in Space

Scott Kelly returned from space wearing an Omega Speedmaster watch — the same that went t[...]

Pure Style.

3 months agoLifestyle / Shopping : Fash365

Nothing ish about it… Just pure style. Everybody nose that this is the best Handkerchief Dress of the season. Grab your hanky here: Serape Silk Handkerchief Dress $398, ralphlauren.com Karine Sultan Split Cuff $78, nordstrom.com Steven...Show More Summary

Canada Begins Phasing In Government-Mandated À La Carte Cable Today

It’s been almost two and a half years since we last checked in with our northern neighbors in Canada about how their nationwide implementation of à la carte cable is going. Today is when the real test of unbundled TV begins: cable companies will be required to offer basic plans for $25 as of today, and even more radical unbundling …

International Fast Food Roundup: Fish-Shaped Fish Sticks And A Creme Egg McFlurry

For American fast-food chains, their international subsidiaries serve as a research lab where they can inflict strange food combinations on the unsuspecting public. Combine that impulse with food tastes that are simply different from...Show More Summary

Apple, FBI Testify About Encryption And Privacy In Congressional Hearing

The angriest battle in tech right now is taking place between Apple and the FBI. Two weeks in to a very public fight, the argument is only heating up. Today, the debate went over to Capitol Hill. The public phase of this argument began in mid-February, when Apple very publicly told the FBI where it could stick a specific request. …

Hormel Must Pay Workers For The Time It Takes To Put On, Take Off Uniforms

Over the past several years, companies have come under scrutiny for a variety of practices that some see as wage theft, including not providing reimbursement for uniforms, requiring some work to be performed off the clocks, and mandating employees clock out for a break even if they don’t take one. Today, Wisconsin’s highest court found that Hormel …

AAA: 75% Of Drivers Say They Wouldn’t Feel Safe In An Autonomous Vehicle

A future where we’re all tooling around in self-driving cars with our feet up on the dash, hands behind the head, relaxing at the wheel is still far away. But while technology companies and car manufacturers alike are rushing to test their own autonomous vehicles, the average American driver doesn’t feel quite comfortable with the idea of riding in a …

San Francisco Could Raise Smoking Age To 21

The city of San Francisco could become the latest municipality to increase the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21 today as city officials are poised to vote on a measure that would do just that.  If the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approve the measure it would take effect June 1, The Associated Press reports. San Francisco would …

No Satellite Needed: DirecTV To Offer Online-Only Pay-TV Service

More than a year after competitor Dish launched its Sling TV live streaming service, DirecTV is following suit with the announcement of a new product called DirecTV Now. Details are sparse, but DirecTV’s parent company AT&T says that Now will include “much of what is available from DirecTV today — on-demand and live programming from many networks, plus premium add-on …

Appeals Court Reinstates Fraud Case Against Trump University

Back in Aug. 2013, the New York state attorney general’s office sued Donald Trump and Trump University, alleging that the for-profit investment school had tricked students out of $40 million by misleading them into thinking they were paying for a licensed education program with instructors handpicked by Trump. Today, a state appeals court panel breathed new life into the …

Aldi Will Accept Credit Cards Nationwide Starting Today

There are many things missing from Aldi that American shoppers expect to find in grocery stores. They don’t have free plastic bags, for example, or candy at the checkout, or items containing added MSG or hydrogenated oils. Another familiar missing item was credit cards: cash, debit cards, SNAP, and EBT cards were accepted, but not credit cards with …

Whole Foods Recalls Maytag Blue Cheese Over Possible Listeria Contamination

It’s always a sad day when you have to chuck a chunk of delicious, yet stinky, cheese. But that’s what some Whole Foods customers are being advised to do, unless they want to be sickened by a possible listeria contamination.  Whole Foods announced Tuesday that it would voluntarily recall Maytag Raw Milk Blue Cheese sold nationally in its cheese cases …

Following American Airlines Lawsuit, GoGo To Upgrade In-Flight WiFi

Just days after American Airlines dropped its lawsuit accusing GoGo of providing unacceptably slow service, the in-flight WiFi provider said it would upgrade its systems to offer faster connections for customers flying with its contracted...Show More Summary

Parent Company Of Albertsons, Safeway, Other Grocery Stores Pledges To Source Only Cage-Free Eggs By 2025

The cage-free eggs bandwagon has been rolling around the U.S. for some time now, and it shows no signs of stopping yet. Today, the parent company of Albertsons, Safeway, and other grocery chains announced that it will be working with suppliers to achieve a goal of sourcing only eggs from cage-free hens by 2025. Albertsons Companies says it’s among the …

IRS Tool To Protect Identity Theft Victims Vulnerable To Identity Thieves

Every year, we warn you about tax return identity theft: bad guys all over the world obtain enough personal information about U.S. taxpayers to file fake tax returns and steal our refunds. After a taxpayer’s identity gets stolen in this way, the Internal Revenue Service issues them a special identification number that they have to enter when filing their tax …

National Park Service Forced To Change The Names Of Several Historic Yosemite Hotels, Camp Villages

Say goodbye to the Ahwahnee Hotel and The Wawona Hotel, and hello to The Majestic Yosemite Lodge and Big Trees Lodge: Yosemite National Park visitors will see new signs on familiar hotels, inns, camp villages, and other parts of the park after a change in vendors. The National Park Service couldn’t reach an agreement with a departing vendor that controls …

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