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Navigating The Beauty Aisle For Women Of Color

Since January CVS Health has added 600 new shades of foundation and concealers. And this year, Walmart began carrying all shades of its top foundation brands across its chain: Maybelline Fit Me, Revlon Color Stay, Covergirl True Blend and L’Oreal True Match. The shade range expanded by more than 20% over the last year.

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Watchdog: Abuse And Neglect In Nursing Facilities Unreported

“Mandatory reporting is not always happening, and beneficiaries deserve to be better protected,” said Gloria Jarmon, head of the inspector general’s audit division.

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John Legend On Abortion Law Boycotts: ‘Money Talks’

“Particularly when these studios are hiring people and bringing people to the state and saying, ‘Come work with us here in this state,’ but if you get pregnant there you’re going to be treated like a second-class citizen,” he said. “That’s a tough conversation to have with your staff. And so I think hopefully the pressure that the studios are putting on will help Georgia and other states see the error of their ways.”

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Linda Fairstein Condemns Netflix Series On Central Park Five

“Ms. DuVernay’s film attempts to portray me as an overzealous prosecutor and a bigot, the police as incompetent or worse, and the five suspects as innocent of all charges against them. None of this is true,” she wrote.

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Maryland Governor Urges Mnuchin Not To Delay $20 Tubman Bill

Mnuchin said the delay had been prompted by the decision to redesign the $10 bill and the $50 bill first for security reasons. He has said the decision on whether to keep Tubman on the redesigned $20 will be left to whoever is Treasury secretary in 2026.

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Jury Convicts Ex-NFL Player Of Rape, Mulls 8 Other Charges

The jury also found the 35-year-old former tight end guilty of indecent exposure and lewd conduct involving two other women, but jurors found him not guilty of one count of a lewd act.

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Warriors Hang On To Stay Alive, Win Game 5 Of NBA Finals

Curry scored 31 points, Thompson added 26 and they led a season-saving surge long after Kevin Durant was injured again to give the Warriors a 106-105 victory over the Toronto Raptors on Monday night in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.

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Promise Of Marijuana Leads Scientists On Search For Evidence

The number of medical marijuana cardholders more than tripled in the last five years as more states jumped on the bandwagon. The analysis is based on data from 26 states and the District of Columbia. The total climbs to 2.6 million patients if California, Washington and Maine are included, the AP estimates.

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Seniors More Likely To Work Longer In Big Metropolitan Areas

“I consider myself to be a very fortunate person to still do what I loved at 27 at 74,” says Steve Burghardt, a professor of social work at the City University of New York. “I feel advantaged being in New York, where you’re exposed to sights and sounds and differences that are always exposing me to new ways to understand myself and to learn from other people.”

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6 Ways To Stay Safe In Big Crowds

With the warm summer weather comes parades, festivals, concerts, and large events. While most people attend these events with the intention of having a good time, safety is a common concern. Here are a few precautions you can take to ensure you have a good time while also staying safe.

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