Shop this video: Update your handbag with luxe leather What if we told you have you could get a luxe, real leather handbag for half the usual price ? You can, but only right here — and there are just 25 of each style, so you have to pick one up one quickly. Watch Fashion Stylist Tienlyn Jacobson show you the features of these two great bags so you can choose which one is right for you.
Oxford Dictionaries announces 2016 word of the year Quick — think of a word that perfectly sums up the year 2016. OK, now think of a word that we can actually say on air. According to the Oxford Dictionaries , the word you’re looking for is “post-truth.” The dictionary’s new Word of the Year is defined as “circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.” Related: US News’ best colleges rankings: 2017 More from Newsy: Why Facts Should Matter In Politics The dictionary traces the word’s modern usage back to a 1992 essay reflecting on the Ronald Reagan administration’s trade of arms to Iran in exchange for the release of hostages.
Survey taken before election shows how Trump supporters' outlook on the future propelled him to victory One of the main narratives that Democratic leaders and pundits have used to explain Hillary Clinton ‘s shocking defeat is that President-elect Donald Trump tapped into the belief many Americans have that life isn’t as good as it used to be. Trump’s campaign slogan, repeated countless times in the last year and a half, was to “make America great again,” suggesting that the nation has lost the greatness it once had. Related: Trump’s life leading up to the election A Pew Research Center survey of 2,010 Americans taken in August reveals just how far Trump supporters think their country has fallen: While 59% of Clinton supporters said life in the US was better today than it was 50 years ago, 81% of Trump supporters said it was worse
Street style tip of the day: Monochromatic My favorite color for the monochrome trend is this fall reddish orange. It’s really flattering for skin tone, especially with all of the muted, desaturated colors that are popular in fall. I love the way the warmth of this orange brings out a warm color in my skin, while still feeling muted and autumn-y.
Street style tip of the day: Fall florals On that very rare occasion when Fall brings you Summer weather… it definitely calls for a celebration! Which if you’re me, means bringing out the florals! To find out all the details about this outfit on Leopard Martini, click here ! 52 Weeks of Chic highlights the very best of street style every day this month. See all the looks here .
'Dancing With the Stars' comes down to the wire with semifinals night “Dancing With the Stars” Season 23 is already on to the semifinals as the road to the Mirror Ball is almost at an end.
Unlikely political pairs prove friendship is stronger than politics Amid political scandals, drama and the not-so-pleasant mudslinging, there are actually some high-profile political figures that ended up with some unexpected friends in their circles. Who would have ever thought that former first lady Nancy Reagan would befriend ex-wrestler and actor, Mr
Trump could return Iraq war boosters to power WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Despite his professed opposition to the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, President-elect Donald Trump is considering several of the major advocates of that war for top national security posts in his administration, according to Republican officials. Among those who could find places on Trump’s team are former top State Department official John Bolton and ex-CIA Director James Woolsey.
Trump's next appointments might be a gay man and a woman President-elect Donald Trump is still putting his future administration together, and he’s reportedly mulling a few picks that would bolster his team’s diversity. Trump apparently wants to replace outgoing U.N
LAPD says it won't change its deportation policies under Trump In an interview with ” 60 Minutes ” that aired Sunday, President-elect Donald Trump said he plans to immediately deport between 2 million and 3 million undocumented immigrants — especially those with criminal records. But Trump might not get the help he wants from the Los Angeles Police Department. SEE MORE: Here’s What Trump Is Saying About Immigration Post-Election LAPD Chief Charlie Beck told the Los Angeles Times on Monday the department won’t change its policies on deporting undocumented immigrants under Trump’s administration.