A year of Trump: (Almost) everything that happened

January 21, 2018

Washington( CNN) It will be impossible to adequately clarify in decades to come just what it was like to be alive in the exhausting first time of Donald Trump’s presidency. Trump is like a storming whirlwind that never blows itself out, as his early morning Twitter tirades administered into the nation’s center nervous system provoke outrages that obliterated traditional political debate and form daytimes feel like weeks, weeks feel like…

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Gay Olympian Adam Rippon: I Don’t Think Mike Pence ‘Has A Real Concept Of Reality’

January 20, 2018

The 28 -year-old figure skater, who on Jan. 7 became the firstly openly lesbian U.S. humankind to qualifies for the Winter Games, didn’t mince words when asked about Vice President Mike Pence in a brand-new interrogation with USA Today. Rippon advocated Pence isn’t well-suited to lead the U.S. delegation to South Korea in part because he’s an outspoken resist of LGBTQ rights. Rippon said his skating obligations could prevent him…

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L’Oreal Paris Makes Historic Hire With Hijab-Wearing Amena Khan In Hair Campaign

January 20, 2018

A blogger, simulate and co-founder of Ardere Cosmetics, Khan has called the brand-new cooperation “game changing.” She is the first woman who wears a hijab to be featured in a major mainstream mane ad. “How many symbols are doing things like this? Not countless, ” Khan told Vogue UK the coming week . “They’re literally putting a girl in a headscarf — whose whisker you can’t verify — in a…

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The World Has Officially Lost Confidence In U.S. Leadership Under Trump

January 20, 2018

The poll, secreted Thursday, would point out that merely 30 percentage of the public approves of U.S. leadership, down from 48 percentage in 2016. At the same go, 43 percent of people showed a negative mind of the U.S. leadership, up from 28 percentage in 2016. Meanwhile, was approved by China’s leadership was at 31 percent. Yes, you heard that right — about as many beings trust China, with an…

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Opinion | It’s Time To Tell A New Story About Women And Power

January 20, 2018

The incidents of Jan. 20, 2017, seemed to be a established: Polls, public opinion and the self-evident steady pour of autobiography itself had aligned, defining the time for a woman to be affirmed in as director. A years later, such female leader reverberates merely as a delirium dream. During a year’s path around that orange fireball at the center of our organisation( the daylight — did you think I convey…

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Introducing HuffPost Opinion And HuffPost Personal

January 20, 2018

We live in a cacophonous macrocosm. Thousands of tones wail for our scrutiny from our social media timelines and Tv screens. It’s hard to know what deserves our focus and what to tune out. At HuffPost, we believe it’s our task to “ve brought you”, our public, “the worlds largest” intelligent, diverse and provoking points of view from across the globe. So today we are propelling two new areas: Mind…

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My Thoughts About The Women’s March, One Year Later

January 20, 2018

The Women’s March in Washington reeked cold, like brisk die, even though it was January — testify for the Resistance that discipline is jolly and so is global warming. It tasted like the Eastern Mediterranean cuisine by a Spanish American immigrant chef at Zaytinya, which was bundled with fellow peaceful protesters giddy with respect and kinship. It felt like the rumble of the Lincoln Theatre during the course of its…

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