They'll be obsessed with any of these gifts, tbh.From Redbook
That includes holiday PJs!
Simon Haydon, who shaped The Associated Press’ coverage of World Cups and Olympics as international sports editor and reported on landmark news events while traveling the world as a correspondent, including the downfall of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, has died. Haydon had recently been diagnosed with cancer and contracted the coronavirus last week. Haydon left the AP in 2018 after a decade based in London overseeing global sports coverage, retiring to further his recovery from a heart attack and to pursue interests outside journalism.
Canadians can expect the first doses of a Covid-19 vaccine in early 2021, likely later than those countries that can produce it themselves, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia's cabinet said on Tuesday that Houthi attacks committed against vital installations target the backbone of the global economy and the security of its supplies, state news agency (SPA) reported. The cabinet also stressed the importance of facing up to "such sabotage and terrorist acts and the parties behind them."
A former Cincinnati city council member has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to a federal charge resulting from corruption investigations that have left two other council members facing charges. U.S. District Judge Susan Dlott ruled Tuesday that Tamaya Dennard will begin serving her sentence next year. Dlott called the case “a real tragedy,” saying Dennard, 41, had done a lot of good.
YouTube has penalized the right-wing One America News Network for promoting a bogus cure for COVID-19. On Tuesday, YouTube said it removed a video posted by OANN, which is owned by Herring Networks, because it violated the site's policy prohibiting coronavirus misinformation. Because OANN has received a "strike," is temporarily prevented from uploading new videos […]
You won't believe what people are baking up across the country.From Redbook
The Duchess of York has been involved in many business ventures over the years, from Weight Watchers ambassador to children’s author. For her latest project, she has turned her hand to something different, personally designing her own range of tea and biscuits called the Duchess Collection, in aid of her new charity Sarah’s Trust. The collection, featuring a logo depicting two rearing winged horses, will raise money for families bereaved during the coronavirus pandemic. However, those hoping the collection might open the door for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to create their own such merchandise will be disappointed. Sources close to the couple acknowledged that it would be frowned upon if the Sussexes did so and suggested it was highly unlikely. When they stepped back from their roles as working royals they agreed not to use their HRH titles and were banned from using their Sussex Royal brand, which they had already registered as a global trademark for a broad range of items. It is understood that concerns were also raised about the couple using their Duke and Duchess titles, as courtiers were “petrified” that they might trade on them for commercial gain. The Duchess of York, who is not a member of the Royal Family, is not prevented from using her title, acquired through marriage, and did not need to seek permission from the Royal Household. Her new collection includes a tea and biscuit gift set, a pin brooch in memory of a late friend and children’s face masks.
France, which has been on lockdown since Oct. 30 to curb the second wave of the pandemic, will see its cinemas, theaters and museum reopen on Dec. 15. French president Emmanuel Macron unveiled some gradual measures to ease the lockdown on Tuesday during a televised address. "The peak of the second wave of the pandemic […]
A California prosecutor says someone has filed an unemployment claim in the name of convicted murderer Scott Peterson. Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert said it is one of at least 35,000 unemployment claims made on behalf of prison inmates between March and August. Schubert said the state has paid out at least $140 million in benefits.
Bruce Carver Boynton, a civil rights pioneer from Alabama who inspired the landmark “Freedom Rides" of 1961, has died. Former Alabama state Sen. Hank Sanders, a friend of Boynton’s, confirmed his passing Friday. Boynton was arrested 60 years ago for entering the white part of a racially segregated bus station in Virginia and launching a chain reaction that ultimately helped to bring about the abolition of Jim Crow laws in the South.
Give your pup a room of their own.From Good Housekeeping
France's ski resorts, among the most popular in Europe, will not be allowed to reopen in time for the year-end holiday season, President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday.
Up your gift giving rep.From Redbook
Nov.24 -- Analog Devices Inc. Chief Executive Officer Vincent Roche sees electric vehicles and 5G technology spurring growth in the semiconductor industry. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
This deal from Olay is literally amazing.
Oh and that thirst trap she posted on Instagram over the summer? It was a complete accident.
Because your loved ones deserve simply the best.From Good Housekeeping
United States President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump participated in the White House tradition of pardoning a turkey ahead of Thanksgiving on Tuesday, November 24.This footage, livestreamed by the White House, shows Donald Trump raising his hand and granting Corn the turkey a “full pardon.”“Look at that beautiful, beautiful bird,” Donald Trump said as the turkey was presented. “Oh, so lucky. That is a lucky bird.”Every year, the chairman of the National Turkey Federation selects the birds that will represent the turkey industry and presents one to the president during a Rose Garden ceremony wherein the bird is granted a reprieve from a Thanksgiving table. Credit: The White House via Storyful