If you were beginning to feel swayed by all those trendy frocks and jumpers you’ve seen at H&M lately, DON’T BUY THEM. John Oliver recently reminded us all why it’s a terrible idea to give into fast fashion. His argument against fast fashion is hilarious, and so spot on. Related […] The post Watch John Oliver Stick It to Fast Fashion [Video] appeared first on EcoSalon.
It's time to showdown. The WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship begins Wednesday with a new format, date and venue. The 64 players in the field, including almost the entire top 50 in the world, have been divided into 16 groups for round-robin play during the first three days of the event. Show More Summary
Americans thinking about going to Europe to cash in on the weak euro should fly at the beginning of May or the end of August to get the best prices on airfares.
The 2015 NFL draft will begin later this week, and while optimism runs rampant among 32 NFL fanbases regarding their favorite team's eventual selections, the prospect of that player becoming a bust definitely exists. Throughout eachShow More Summary
LAS VEGAS — "There's a new girl in town," Mariah Carey gleefully asserted Monday after making an elaborate entrance at the kickoff event for her musical residency Carey's 18-show stint at Caesars Palace's Colosseum begins May 6 and continues...Show More Summary
Mariah Carey was welcomed Monday to Caesars Palace in Las Vegas with a quiet, understated gathering of a few close friends... jkjk... it was a giant, over-the-top spectacle! Carey begins her residency at The Colosseum…
As the 2016 presidential battle begins to roll down the campaign trail toward Election Day 18 months from now, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said, “The labor movement's doors are open to any candidate who is serious about transforming our economy with high and rising wages.”
Baltimore is under a state of emergency and weeklong curfew after an afternoon and night of violence between residents and police following the funeral of Freddie Gray, a man fatally injured while in police custody. Clean-up of the city...Show More Summary
Nothing good will come from a Utopian future. Germophobes will enjoy the strange cleanliness that appears to come with it, but that’s where the list of pros ends and the long list of cons begins. Utopian must also mean horrifically bleak — emphasis on the horrific — because that’s how we keep presenting it. The […]
By AMANDA VINCENT Michael Waltrip Racing announced on Tuesday morning that David Ragan will drive the organization’s No. 55 Toyota in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the remainder of the 2015 season, beginning with the race at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City on May 9. Team co-owner Michael Waltrip will race the car Sunday [...]
Two and a half hours of oral arguments regarding same-sex marriage will occur at the Supreme Court today, reports BuzzFeed. Anticipation for this historic moment has been building since last November, and people have been waiting in line for seats inside the court for days. Inside, they’ll watch as two questions are discussed. Read more...
Mariah Carey was a show-stopper when she made a grand entrance at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas Monday night. The singer donned a sheer bejeweled dress for her arrival in Sin City ahead of her residency at The Colosseum, which begins next month. Show More Summary
The Senate begins debate Tuesday over legislation empowering Congress to review and possibly reject any nuclear pact with Iran.
ON April 28th America's Supreme Court begins hearing arguments about gay marriage. At issue is whether the minority of states that still ban it should be allowed to do so. Traditionalists insist that marriage is a matter for elected state lawmakers to regulate. Show More Summary
The morning after looters and rioters wreaked havoc on Baltimore’s west side, clean up efforts began before dawn as shop owners swept broken glass out of their stores, residents filled garbage backs with refuse and towtrucks pulled burnt cars from city streets.Read full article >>
WHAT IS “MARRIAGE”?: The Supreme Court will be asking this question today, as oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges begin at 10 a.m. The arguments involve four consolidated cases from Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan and Tennessee and raise two distinct questions: (1) Is there a constitutional right for two people to marry?; and (2) Must states […]
Freddie Grey Protests Turn Violent in Baltimore ABC News: Tonight, we report from Baltimore where the governor of Maryland has declared a state of emergency and the mayor of Baltimore has announced a week-long curfew beginning tomorrow night. Show More Summary
Today’s guest is science fiction and fantasy author Aliette de Bodard! Her work includes the novels in the Obsidian and Blood series (beginning with Servant of the Underworld); the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus-nominated novella On a Red Station,...Show More Summary
Testimony begins Tuesday in the trial of James E. Holmes, who admitted to killing 12 moviegoers and wounding an additional 70 in a 2012 rampage but has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
"It is difficult not to think of Roe v. Wade. At the time of Roe, states were beginning to loosen limits on abortion. Not all of them would, to be sure, but the momentum was on the side of the abortion lobby. Then the Supreme Court took...Show More Summary