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  • POPSUGAR

    Julia Garner's Golden Globes Hairstyle Is Stunning, but Wait Until You See the Back

    View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bobby Eliot (@bobbyeliot) Between her soft glam makeup and stunning black-and-white Prada grown, there's a lot to love about Julia Garner's Golden Globes look, but quite possibly our favorite part is her hairstyle, which features a small detail you can't see from the front. Celebrity hairstylist Bobby Eliot put Garner's signature curly blond hair into a french twist with lots of volume at the roots using John Frieda Hair Care products.

    POPSUGAR

    Julia Garner's Golden Globes Hairstyle Is Stunning, but Wait Until You See the Back

    View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bobby Eliot (@bobbyeliot) Between her soft glam makeup and stunning black-and-white Prada grown, there's a lot to love about Julia Garner's Golden Globes look, but quite possibly our favorite part is her hairstyle, which features a small detail you can't see from the front. Celebrity hairstylist Bobby Eliot put Garner's signature curly blond hair into a french twist with lots of volume at the roots using John Frieda Hair Care products.

  • National Review

    Cuomo Apologizes for ‘Insensitive’ Remarks as Pelosi Calls Harassment Allegations ‘Credible’

    New York governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday responded to recent allegations of sexual harassment by former aides by saying that he was “being playful” at work, after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) and other prominent Democrats called for an investigation into the claims. Two former aides, Lindsey Boylan and Charlotte Bennett, came forward over the past week to allege sexual harassment by Cuomo. Boylan wrote on Medium that in one incident the governor kissed her on the lips without consent, which Cuomo has denied, while Bennett described interactions in which Cuomo asked intrusive questions regarding her sex life, including whether she was open to sleeping with older men. “The women who have come forward with serious and credible charges against Governor Cuomo deserve to be heard and to be treated with dignity,” Pelosi told Fox News on Sunday. New York senators Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, and Kirsten Gillibrand both called for an independent investigation into Cuomo’s behavior. Cuomo released a statement on Sunday attempting to address the allegations. “At work sometimes I think I am being playful and make jokes that I think are funny,” Cuomo said. “I now understand that my interactions may have been insensitive or too personal and that some of my comments, given my position, made others feel in ways I never intended,” the governor added. “I acknowledge some of the things I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation. To the extent anyone felt that way, I am truly sorry about that.” New York attorney general Letitia James called on Sunday to investigate the allegations, writing on Twitter, “we expect to receive a referral with subpoena power to investigate allegations of sexual harassment against the governor, in line with our demands and New York state law.” It is not yet clear if James has received a referral from the governor’s office.

    National Review

    Cuomo Apologizes for ‘Insensitive’ Remarks as Pelosi Calls Harassment Allegations ‘Credible’

    New York governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday responded to recent allegations of sexual harassment by former aides by saying that he was “being playful” at work, after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) and other prominent Democrats called for an investigation into the claims. Two former aides, Lindsey Boylan and Charlotte Bennett, came forward over the past week to allege sexual harassment by Cuomo. Boylan wrote on Medium that in one incident the governor kissed her on the lips without consent, which Cuomo has denied, while Bennett described interactions in which Cuomo asked intrusive questions regarding her sex life, including whether she was open to sleeping with older men. “The women who have come forward with serious and credible charges against Governor Cuomo deserve to be heard and to be treated with dignity,” Pelosi told Fox News on Sunday. New York senators Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, and Kirsten Gillibrand both called for an independent investigation into Cuomo’s behavior. Cuomo released a statement on Sunday attempting to address the allegations. “At work sometimes I think I am being playful and make jokes that I think are funny,” Cuomo said. “I now understand that my interactions may have been insensitive or too personal and that some of my comments, given my position, made others feel in ways I never intended,” the governor added. “I acknowledge some of the things I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation. To the extent anyone felt that way, I am truly sorry about that.” New York attorney general Letitia James called on Sunday to investigate the allegations, writing on Twitter, “we expect to receive a referral with subpoena power to investigate allegations of sexual harassment against the governor, in line with our demands and New York state law.” It is not yet clear if James has received a referral from the governor’s office.

  • Fatherly

    The Stimulus Package (And Your Checks) Passed The House. Here's What's Next.

    Here's how the schedule for those stimulus checks is going.

    Fatherly

    The Stimulus Package (And Your Checks) Passed The House. Here's What's Next.

    Here's how the schedule for those stimulus checks is going.

  • Cosmopolitan

    Kaley Cuoco Losing a Golden Globe Looks Like More Fun Than Winning, TBH

    "I would like to thank...never mind !!😝🥂🎉 🍕 🧁"

    Cosmopolitan

    Kaley Cuoco Losing a Golden Globe Looks Like More Fun Than Winning, TBH

    "I would like to thank...never mind !!😝🥂🎉 🍕 🧁"

  • Harper's Bazaar

    Anya Taylor-Joy Channeled an Old Hollywood Cinderella After the Golden Globes

    The satin dress and shoes were courtesy of Dior.

    Harper's Bazaar

    Anya Taylor-Joy Channeled an Old Hollywood Cinderella After the Golden Globes

    The satin dress and shoes were courtesy of Dior.

  • Washington Football Wire

    What does Alex Smith’s release mean for Washington’s salary cap?

    Washington saved $13.6 million by releasing Alex Smith, which now gives them the fourth-most cap-space in the NFL ahead of free agency.

    Washington Football Wire

    What does Alex Smith’s release mean for Washington’s salary cap?

    Washington saved $13.6 million by releasing Alex Smith, which now gives them the fourth-most cap-space in the NFL ahead of free agency.

  • POPSUGAR

    Here's Everything We Know About the Side Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccines So Far

    COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are already being distributed, which means vaccine side effects are a topic on everyone's minds. As data continues to emerge, here's a look at what the numbers and experts are saying about the three vaccine candidates that are furthest along.

    POPSUGAR

    Here's Everything We Know About the Side Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccines So Far

    COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are already being distributed, which means vaccine side effects are a topic on everyone's minds. As data continues to emerge, here's a look at what the numbers and experts are saying about the three vaccine candidates that are furthest along.

  • The Guardian

    Calls to can Goya Foods grow after CEO repeats Trump's election lies

    Social media quick to point out Robert Unanue’s CPAC remarks about supposed election fraud are not worth a hill of beansUS politics – live coverage Goya products. CEO Robert Unanue called Donald Trump ‘the real, legitimate and still actual president of the United States’ at CPAC on Sunday. Photograph: Larry Marano/REX/Shutterstock Calls for a boycott of Goya beans, chickpeas and other foodstuffs have grown louder after chief executive Robert Unanue made a series of false claims about the presidential election in a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, in Florida on Sunday. Unanue has previously courted controversy with praise for Donald Trump, which last year prompted Ivanka Trump to pose, infamously, with a can of Goya beans. Onstage in Orlando, Unanue called Donald Trump “the real, legitimate and still actual president of the United States”. He also falsely claimed the presidential election that Trump lost conclusively to Joe Biden and the state contest in Georgia, which Biden won narrowly, were “not legitimate”, and claimed mail-in ballots were fraudulent. “We still have faith,” Unanue said, “that the majority of the people of the United States voted for the president … I think a great majority of the people in the United States voted for President Trump, and even a few Democrats.” Biden won more than 81m votes, or 51.3% of the total cast, to more than 74m for Trump. The Democrat won the electoral college 306-232, a margin Trump called a landslide when it was in his favour over Hillary Clinton. Trump has continued to lie about the election, in January inciting supporters to attack the US Capitol in a bid to stop the ratification of results. That led to his second impeachment, which ended with his second acquittal. The former president repeated his lies about the election in his own speech at CPAC, on Sunday night. Unanue speaking at CPAC Photograph: Joe Skipper/Reuters Unanue has previously been censured by his company for speaking in support of Trump. In January, owner Andy Unanue told the New York Post: “Bob does not speak for Goya Foods when he speaks on TV. The family has diverse views on politics, but politics is not part of our business. Our political point of views are irrelevant.” Robert Unanue said then: “I don’t believe I should speak politically or in a faith-based manner on behalf of the company. But I leave open the possibility of speaking on behalf of myself.” After his remarks at CPAC on Sunday, the journalist Soledad O’Brien tweeted: “Folks at Goya should be embarrassed.” The speech also prompted renewed calls for a boycott of Goya products. “No more chickpeas from Goya for me,” tweeted one famous consumer, Joy Behar, a cohost of The View on ABC.

    The Guardian

    Calls to can Goya Foods grow after CEO repeats Trump's election lies

    Social media quick to point out Robert Unanue’s CPAC remarks about supposed election fraud are not worth a hill of beansUS politics – live coverage Goya products. CEO Robert Unanue called Donald Trump ‘the real, legitimate and still actual president of the United States’ at CPAC on Sunday. Photograph: Larry Marano/REX/Shutterstock Calls for a boycott of Goya beans, chickpeas and other foodstuffs have grown louder after chief executive Robert Unanue made a series of false claims about the presidential election in a speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, in Florida on Sunday. Unanue has previously courted controversy with praise for Donald Trump, which last year prompted Ivanka Trump to pose, infamously, with a can of Goya beans. Onstage in Orlando, Unanue called Donald Trump “the real, legitimate and still actual president of the United States”. He also falsely claimed the presidential election that Trump lost conclusively to Joe Biden and the state contest in Georgia, which Biden won narrowly, were “not legitimate”, and claimed mail-in ballots were fraudulent. “We still have faith,” Unanue said, “that the majority of the people of the United States voted for the president … I think a great majority of the people in the United States voted for President Trump, and even a few Democrats.” Biden won more than 81m votes, or 51.3% of the total cast, to more than 74m for Trump. The Democrat won the electoral college 306-232, a margin Trump called a landslide when it was in his favour over Hillary Clinton. Trump has continued to lie about the election, in January inciting supporters to attack the US Capitol in a bid to stop the ratification of results. That led to his second impeachment, which ended with his second acquittal. The former president repeated his lies about the election in his own speech at CPAC, on Sunday night. Unanue speaking at CPAC Photograph: Joe Skipper/Reuters Unanue has previously been censured by his company for speaking in support of Trump. In January, owner Andy Unanue told the New York Post: “Bob does not speak for Goya Foods when he speaks on TV. The family has diverse views on politics, but politics is not part of our business. Our political point of views are irrelevant.” Robert Unanue said then: “I don’t believe I should speak politically or in a faith-based manner on behalf of the company. But I leave open the possibility of speaking on behalf of myself.” After his remarks at CPAC on Sunday, the journalist Soledad O’Brien tweeted: “Folks at Goya should be embarrassed.” The speech also prompted renewed calls for a boycott of Goya products. “No more chickpeas from Goya for me,” tweeted one famous consumer, Joy Behar, a cohost of The View on ABC.

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