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Jan 21, 2017

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You may extend your authority today and take control of a situation that's beginning to flounder. Although you can be quite domineering now, others won't seem to mind; in fact, they welcome your guida...

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  • Julie Bowen Faces Criticism for Joking About Barron Trump During Inauguration

    Julie Bowen has come under fire for her comments about Barron Trump. Julie Bowen made Donald Trump’s inauguration more fun to watch, but not everyone appreciated her witty banter. The Modern Family star, who often details the funny antics of her own three sons, posted a few Instagram photos during the ceremony focusing on Barron Trump, the 10-year-old son of the new president and his wife, Melania.

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  • This Might Be the Most Powerful Red Dress Michelle Obama's Ever Worn

    Though we hadn't any doubts about Michelle Obama's Inauguration Day look, we were excited, as always, to recognize the meaning behind it. Michelle joined Barack in welcoming Donald and Melania Trump to the White House wearing none other than Jason Wu — a designer she's turned to time and time again. The style was a red fit-and-flare with a soft brushstroke print and Michelle styled it with a thin black belt. She swept up her hair to reveal diamond stud earrings by Harry Kotlar and slipped into suede pumps. Michelle's outfit, which came complete with a matching coat, was nothing if not sophisticated, but it was when she stood by Melania, the new first lady in blue, that we recognized the former

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  • Ivanka Trump Has a Princess Moment in Carolina Herrera at Inaugural Balls

    For inauguration events, Ivanka Trump wore three Oscar de la Renta ensembles. But for the grand finale, the first daughter switched things up and opted for a piece from Carolina Herrera.

    Yahoo Style
  • Flight attendant shouts out all the 'nasty women' headed to the Women's March on Washington

    As hundreds of thousands of women head to Washington, D.C. ahead of Saturday's Women's March, shows of solidarity are making the rounds on the internet. Twitter user @FlorBlake shared a clip from her Spirit Airlines flight to Baltimore, where a flight attendant on board offered a show of solidarity for passengers headed to the march. SEE ALSO: How to get involved with the Women's March on Washington if you're not in D.C. Love a nasty woman flight attendant  Starting our wknd of amazing women because we can't give up! @SpiritAirlines #WomensMarchOnWashington pic.twitter.com/bWj89inKtJ — Flor Blake (@FlorBlake) January 20, 2017 "I just want to know, how many of you are going to the March on Washington?" the flight attendant asked to a show of hands and erupting cheers.  "You guys are going to the Women's March, right? Let's get a round of applause for all the nasty women on board," she said. "Stay safe, stay hydrated, have a good time, watch out for your fellow sisters. Just remember, we don't take no 'ish' from no man." On Thursday, a Southwest Airlines crew made a similar show of support when it turned on pink cabin lights for a plane full of women headed to the march. March organizers expect about 200,000 people to attend the march, while local law enforcement plans for up to 400,000, according to the New York Times . DCist reports that there are 2,066 buses registered to bring marchers to D.C. for Saturday, while 435 buses had permits to park in the city for Friday. Mashable has reached out to Spirit Airlines for comment. BONUS: Michelle Obama tears up during final speech as First Lady

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  • Kellyanne Conway Draws Laughs and Memes With Military-Style Garb

    The Gucci dress comes with a price tag of $3,600.

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  • Sick of robocalls? Here's how to stop them on your home phone and smartphone

    Robocalls continue to plague homeowners — especially senior citizens at home all day with a traditional land line — and the volume is worse than ever. American consumers and businesses received an estimated 29.3 billion in unwanted telemarketing calls in 2016, based on the YouMail Robocall Index released this week. Texas received the most statewide robocalls in the U.S. for the seventh consecutive month, with 283.1 million calls received in December, according to the index. The 817 area code ranked 9th in the nation in robocall volume with 22.6 million calls. Dallas and Houston made the Top 10 among cities. At the same time, the number of robocall complaints to the Federal Trade Commission increased

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  • Trump uses photo from Obama inauguration as his new Twitter banner image

    Donald Trump gained a new Twitter account but uploaded an old banner image. Upon taking the oath of office Friday morning, Trump swapped Twitter accounts with Barack Obama and a new background photo was quickly uploaded to the new @POTUS page. Well, new to Trump. The photo, which has since been changed again, was actually from Obama's own 2009 inauguration ceremony, as a Getty search shows.  The WayBack Machine, an internet archive that collects web page screenshots, reveals the photo was uploaded by Trump's camp, since early Friday morning Obama had a different banner photo.  It's not clear why Trump would use an image from Obama's swearing in, but a good guess might be that the crowd was markedly

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  • Bella Hadid Wears Totally Sheer Shirt Without a Bra -- See the Daring Pic!

    The 20-year-old model was spotted out in Paris on Friday.

    Entertainment Tonight

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