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Kendall Jenner is searching for the next big model who's 'kinda like me but a little less good'

Kendall Jenner should add "professional photographer" to her résumé - if she hasn't already, that is. The model is partnering with Love Magazine's editor in chief Katie Grand to find the publication's next cover face, who according to Jenner, will be "this generation's next icon kinda like me but...
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The supermodels have very different takes on the 2010 hit for W Magazine.        
After much anticipation and maybe even more very real hunger, Jonathan Gold’s new 101 list is finally here. The fourth edition of his 101 Best Restaurants is now available for subscribers — and th
Young Metro Detroit voters are disappointed in Trump, Clinton; contemplate skipping the election        
The 'Inferno' director shared why he cast Jones at the 'Elle' Women in Hollywood Awards.        
Chrissy Metz says trouble's brewing for Kate and Toby on NBC's hit 'This Is Us' as the plus-sized couple embarks on their new love affair. (Oct. 25)        
The Michigan-based brewery will open in Hyde Park next year        
The dancer, who has also performed with Beyoncé, was last seen late Sunday night in NYC.        
The clean, minimalist trend in perfumes is giving way to scents that bring out the beast.
Prepare yourself: You’re going to want one of these in every single color. We’ve been in love with E.L.F. cosmetics for awhile. Their products are great quality and often cost even less th
REGINA - Saskatchewan workers suffering psychological injuries — such as post-traumatic stress disorder — won't have to prove that it occurred on the job. The government has changed The Workers' Comp
Twenty years have passed since Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew divorced. But after all these years, there’s still one member of the royal family Fergie finds intimidating:&
The shops are flooded with Halloween merchandise, that dreaded clothing store has already put on the Christmas tunes, but Mid October means one thing to me -- It's the start of conference season! Ove
There’s enough feathery, lightweight jewelry on the market these days. Rashida Jones wanted something on the opposite end of the spectrum for her fine jewelry collection, launched in partnership w
Paul Beatty won the 2016 Man Booker Prize for fiction for his novel “The Sellout,” a dazzling written, wickedly funny satire of race set in South Los Angeles. Beatty is the first American to win t
Karen Elson advocated mixing up her friends from fashion, beauty and music at the Chateau Marmont on Thursday night, a concept that melded with the philosophy held by her new employer, Jo Malone L
Sam Faiers showed off her incredible figure in this red dress [Instagram] The mum of one posed for a selfie in a red dress with a perilously low neckline. And she confessed to feeling like Wh
Sabrina Carpenter has released her second album called 'EVOLution,' where she sings powerfully about love, pain and avoiding mediocrity. Carpenter talks about juggling her busy schedule and staying cr
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays the violent character "Negan" on "The Walking Dead" tells USA TODAY's Bill Keveney that a plan to carry puppies and bunnies at the season 7 premiere didn't happen becaus
For the family band Kings of Leon, one of the main factors in making decisions about their career is what will make their wives and children happy. The band talks about their new album, 'WALLS,' and p
New places to take that special someone for a big date night (with one that includes an elevator ride).
Justin Timberlake posted a selfie of him voting to encourage others to do the same. But actually, taking photos inside a voting booth is illegal, landing Timberlake in some hot water.   
The tiny boutique on East 69th Street has been opened by Wagner Eleuteri, 28, a third-generation jeweler.
The news behind the numbers.        
Bullies, be gone.  Khoudia Diop is a 19-year-old from Senegal who has faced bullying throughout her life simply because of the color of her skin.  “I was picked on by other kids, when
It may be more difficult than ever for people to navigate all the technology in cars that draw drivers’ eyes off the road, such as touch screens, voice activation software and music options.
Stephanie Davis showed off her baby bump in a stunning white dress [Stephanie Davis/Instagram] And the Celebrity Big Brother star left her fans impressed when she flaunted her bump in a stunni
To the tune of Ariana Grande and Twenty One Pilots...        
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First Deputy Chairperson of Ukraine’s Vekrhovna Rada and Ukrainian envoy for humanitarian issues at Minsk peace talks Iryna Gerashchenko announced at a UN Security Council meeting on Oct. 25, th
(Reuters) - Michelin awarded stars to 54 San Francisco-area restaurants in the 2017 edition of its eating guide on the City by the Bay that will be launched on Wednesday.
He's sparked a conversation on where ballot selfies are allowed.        
From 'Don't Breathe' to 'Ouija,' here are the must-see horror films now playing in theaters.        
For 10 years, Narayana Peesapaty toiled in obscurity on a simple invention: edible spoons, meant to replace their plastic equivalents. This spring a short video on his project went viral and now order

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Jobless rate drops in all of Nevada’s metro areas

In September, unemployment rates fell by more than 1 percent year-over-year in all three of Nevada’s major population areas — Carson City, Reno-Sparks and Las Vegas.
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Allegiant Air flight dispatchers agree to unionize again

Flight dispatchers working for Allegiant Air agreed to unionize again, just one year after their union was decertified, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters announced Tuesday.
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GM, IBM combine OnStar with Watson AI system to connect brands with driver

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Spooky algorithm transforms famous sights into horror scenes

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Shrine to Jesus on Mount Tabor in Israel is 'robbed and vandalised'

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University of California scientists find dome in the Altiplano-Puna plateau was caused by magma

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Mophie inventor reveals $399 smart electric scooter for commuters 

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DARPA tests its hi-tech vision for sea warfare 

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At 85, Carmen de Lavallade is the rare L.A. legend much of L.A. doesn't know

Here in New York, Carmen de Lavallade is a legend. At 85, with a remarkably varied résumé spanning the worlds of dance and theater, she's a regal presence of refined elegance who turns heads whene
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It took the power of Batman and PlayStation VR to turn a skeptic in an almost-believer

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Britain wants to tear down 783 London homes to expand Heathrow airport

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A record-breaking 501,206 California voters registered or updated info in the days before the Monday deadline

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Downtown L.A. traffic backs up as man with a bat stands off with sheriff's deputies

A man with a baseball bat who was suspected of vandalizing a Metro station Tuesday is engaged in a standoff with authorities outside the downtown Los Angeles Hall of Justice, snarling traffic near
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Prosecuters charge man accused of threatening Islamic center; weapons and ammo are found at his Agoura Hills home

State prosecutors have charged an Agoura Hills man with making criminal threats after police say he called the Islamic Center of Southern California and threatened to kill people there. Investigat
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Trump on Biden

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Man is charged with attempted murder after break-in at Miranda Kerr's Malibu home

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Not so liberating: Iraqi village freed from Islamic State, but then things get complicated

As Iraqi forces traded fire this week with the Islamic State fighters who held his village hostage for the  last 2½ years, Taqayadin Hawas hunkered down with his seven children and prayed not to d
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