Serena Williams Debuts S by Serena Line at New York Fashion Week

Thomas ConcordiaGetty Images Though Serena Williams may not have won the Grand Slam at the US Open, the tennis player scored big at the Fall 2019 presentation of her S by Serena Williams collection. Presented at New York Fashion Week with Klarna Style360, the is a celebration of women who break limits, boundaries and tradition,…

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Health Toll of 9/11 May Include Heart Ills

Firefighters exposed to the World Trade Center site after the 2001 attack are at increased risk for cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. The analysis, published in JAMA Open Network, included 9,796 male firefighters, average age 40 in 2001, who worked at the site after the attack. The researchers followed them for an average…

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What to Wear to Womansplain

Almost two years since the news broke of Harvey Weinstein’s abusive and predatory behavior, starting the #MeToo movement and altering the power structure in numerous industries; just as a raft of books are published and planned on the topic; in a year in which there are more women running for president than ever; in a…

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The Enduring Appeal of Hawaii’s Preserved Fruits

“CRACK SEED” IS less a name than an imperative. In its broadest definition, it is a category of snack, beloved in Hawaii, in which fruit — plum, peach, apricot, cherry, mango, lemon — is dried and shriveled beyond recognition, salted and sugared, simmered in a broth of sweet medicinal herbs, then served wet or left…

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Dutch Court Clears Doctor in Euthanasia of Dementia Patient

LONDON — A court in the Netherlands on Wednesday acquitted a doctor who had been accused of unlawful euthanasia for administering a lethal injection to a patient with dementia, a case that raised questions about the clarity of the country’s law in such circumstances. The patient, 74, who has not been publicly identified, had asked…

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Why We Cook Today

Good morning. It is a somber day in New York City, in Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Penn., all across the nation, everywhere touched by the attacks of 18 years ago. I can’t help but recall, each time, how blue the sky was that day and how tightly I held my week-old child in horror at…

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All The Trends You’ll Be Wearing Next Spring

NYFW is about to come an end, leaving us with an idea of what we’ll all be wearing next Spring. We’re predicting big pants, short shorts, and one bold color that’s much brighter than Millennial lavender. Scroll through for the the biggest trends from the Spring 2020 season thus far. Editor’s note: The fashion flock…

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Everything That Happened Day 5 of New York Fashion Week

VERA WANG Peter WhiteGetty Images You were expecting a wedding dress? Oops. Instead, Vera Wang returned to the New York fashion calendar with a Dark Crystal kind of magic, replete with sheer midnight lace, whirlpool hems made from tulle, and chain mail armor accents, because let’s face it, before that Vera Wang wedding dress—and sometimes…

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Pelosi Energizes Battle to Lower Drug Prices

A draft proposal by Speaker Nancy Pelosi would empower the federal government to negotiate lower prices for hundreds of prescription drugs, not only for Medicare but for the private market as well, injecting new urgency into Washington’s efforts to control the soaring price of pharmaceuticals. The plan would revive an idea loathed by most congressional…

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