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Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Beyoncé performed in various singing and dancing competitions as a child. She rose to fame in the late 1990s as the lead singer of Destiny’s Child, one of the best-selling girl groups of all time.


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Standard

You only turn 21 once, and the Beckham s are reportedly pulling out all the stops for their son Brooklyn’s milestone birthday.


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The American Thinker

Last Wednesday, the House Committee on Oversight and Reform held a hearing on “Voter Suppression in Minority Communities: Learning from the Past to Protect Our Future.” The hearing was based on the premise that “today, many Americans — especially those in minority communities — face significant barriers to registering to vote and casting a ballot.”


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Observer

Six, Caroline, or Change, and Company. Julia Cherruault/for Observer


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Forbes

This Sunday is International Women’s Day — a day when we take time to celebrate the achievement of women and examine our systems to raise the bar on equality and inclusion. The #EachforEqual theme encourages us to “actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements.” I believe that this starts with each of us taking on our own cause, stepping into our power and making ourselves more visible. This is how we raise the tide that lifts all ships. For those of you ready to become more visible this International Women’s Day, here are four things you can do today.


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dailymail.co.uk

Revenue for the Yeezy sneaker line, now with Adidas, is set to top $1.5billion in 2019, and West’s pretax income over the past 12 months came in at $150million


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thetakeout.com

The New York Post is reporting that people too embarrassed to seek medical help for hemorrhoids have been turning to the internet for answers, and the internet has been telling them to shove raw potatoes up their asses. On one hand, as we live in a world where some people are placing garlic in their vaginas and others are dunking their testicles in soy sauce, I can absolutely believe this. On the other hand, this is the New York Post we’re talking about, so I decided to fact-check their claim that this form of hemorrhoid (or piles, in medical jargon) relief is an actual phenomenon, and not an urban legend about one poor soul’s legitimate-sounding excuses when asked by ER doctors why there were potatoes up his rectum in the first place. So I poked around for approximately 30 seconds, and I am absolutely horrified to report that, yes, the internet proposes that people put potatoes up their posteriors to palliate the painful piles that have proliferated from pregnancy, portliness, or pressure. In case you don’t want to click any of those, the basic idea is that the cold raw potato slices ostensibly soothe inflamed tissues around the hemorrhoid, and that the astringent properties of potato can, in theory, relieve the pain and itching associated with the condition.


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thenationa

Dongre is a strong believer in feminist values and preserving handicrafts


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msn.com

Full Screen 9/9 SLIDES The Duchess of Sussex has reportedly been invited to the star-studded Met Gala this year, a source has claimed.


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businesslive.c

Navi Mumbai — With stores in India and New York, multiple clothing brands and a global celebrity following, fashion designer Anita Dongre is a feminist powerhouse in a male-dominated industry. But her true ambition is to create an environmentally sustainable company, she says.


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msn.com

Full Screen 1/1 SLIDES Being in love is one of the best feelings in the world.


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SBS

I am admittedly an unusual candidate for a float at Mardi Gras, as a straight Muslim girl from Sydney’s Western suburbs.


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commentarymagazine.com

If you haven’t yet heard about the New York Times Magazine’s much-hyped 1619 Project, it’s not for lack of effort on the part of the Times’s marketing department. The project has spawned school-related curriculum and materials co-sponsored by the Pulitzer Center, a live-events series, podcasts, and books. The Times even produced a lavish television commercial about the project that ran during the Academy Awards. No doubt some entrepreneurial minion at the Times’ “Journeys” office, which sponsors expensive tours led by Times reporters to destinations around the world, is eagerly devising a 1619-themed “immersive travel experience” that will also, conveniently, produce profits for the Times.


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NPR

The U.S. Census Bureau is trying to encourage most households to get counted for the 2020 census by filling out an online form on their smartphones, tablets or personal computers.


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dailymail.co.uk

Joshua Jackson and his wife Jodie Turner-Smith were seen exiting a Japanese restaurant on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.


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thesun.co.uk

THEY’VE been on the receiving end of plenty of unnecessary criticism over the years – and Little Mix clearly hate dishing it out themselves.


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dailymail.co.uk

By Brian Marks For Dailymail.com and Rianne Addo For Mailonline


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thesun.ie

THEY’VE been on the receiving end of plenty of unnecessary criticism over the years – and Little Mix clearly hate dishing it out themselves.


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firstpost.com

Pop star and actress Lady Gaga pleasantly surprised her Little Monsters with her first single in three years, ‘Stupid Love’, on 28 February. The high energy electro-pop number preaches the message of love and positivity, similar to the 2011 anthem ‘Born This Way’.


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news.wbfo.org

After centuries of putting pen or pencil to paper, the U.S. government is getting ready to rely on digital screens and the cloud for its first-ever primarily online census.


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msn.com

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michiganradio.org

After centuries of putting pen or pencil to paper, the U.S. government is getting ready to rely on digital screens and the cloud for its first-ever primarily online census.


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msn.com

Start planning your holiday now! Ad Microsoft Read and share our stories with friends and family Ad Microsoft Jump into the conversation on Twitter! Ad Microsoft Full Screen 22/22 SLIDES Katy Perry is addressing the much talked about speculation over her relationship with fellow popstar, Taylor Swift.


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The Guardian

Kim Kardashian West and Lady Gaga are fans of the natural, vegan material with fetishistic associations. Now it’s dominating catwalks and popular culture


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Business Insider

But there are a few steps women can take to become more comfortable speaking about their ambition, such as changing their inner narrative to be kinder and more positive toward themselves.


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kuer.org

After centuries of putting pen or pencil to paper, the U.S. government is getting ready to rely on digital screens and the cloud for its first-ever primarily online census.


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