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Stella Jean quits Milan Fashion Week over lack of inclusion

The only Black designer belonging to Italy’s fashion council is withdrawing from this month’s Milan Fashion Week citing a lack of commitment to diversity and inclusion
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February 07

'Super bloom' swarms force California city to say no more

A small California city that was overrun by visitors four years ago when heavy winter rains produced a spring “super bloom” of wild poppies has a message for the public after this year’s deluge: Do not come
February 07
February 07

Baby formula milk companies 'exploit' parents' fears to boost sales, analysis alleges

Clampdowns are needed to address misleading claims, analysts said.
February 07
February 07

Drug-resistant diseases could kill millions: UN report

Microorganisms have become resistant to treatments once effective.
February 07
Jean Lee, a PhD student at Melbourne's Doherty Institute, displays the superbug Staphylcocus epidermidis on an agar plate in Melbourne, Sept. 4, 2018. A superbug resistant to all known antibiotics that can cause "severe" infections or even death is spreading undetected through hospital wards across the world.
February 07

After ticket flap, Springsteen's fan magazine shutting down

A fan publication devoted to Bruce Springsteen says it is shutting down after 43 years, with its publisher saying he's been disillusioned by the talk about ticket prices for their hero's current tour
February 07
February 07

Disney faces losing control of its kingdom with Florida bill

Disney’s government in Florida has been the envy of any private business, with its unprecedented powers in deciding what to build and how to build it at Walt Disney World
February 07
February 07

Newspapers dying? Ralph Nader's giving birth to one

At a time when community newspapers across the United States are dying at alarming rates, longtime activist Ralph Nader is giving birth to one
February 07
February 07

Stars at the Super Bowl: How Gronk and Shaq plan to party

Rob Gronkowski might be retired from the NFL, but the former all-pro football player is still in the game during the league’s championship week
February 07
February 07

Cardiologist shares tips on how to spot symptoms of a heart attack

Dr. Sonia Tolani joins to discuss the symptoms of heart disease, the No. 1 cause of death for women in the U.S.
February 07
VIDEO: Cardiologist shares tips on how to spot symptoms of a heart attack
February 07

Choosing safe Valentine's flowers, plants for pet parents

If you're sending your sweetheart cut flowers or a potted plant for Valentine's Day, choose ones that are safe for their pets
February 07
February 07

Dog owners tout Xolos' loyalty and sacred underworld history

Mezcal is not your ordinary pet
February 07
February 07

Gallup: Just 2 in 10 U.S. employees have work `best friend'

A recent Gallup survey says just 2 in 10 adult U.S. employees say they have someone at work they consider a best friend
February 07
February 06

AMC to charge more for good seats in movie theaters

Middle seats at many U.S. movie theaters just got more expensive
February 06
February 06

Russia sentences popular cookbook author over Ukraine posts

A court in Moscow has sentenced a popular cookbook author and blogger to nine years in prison after convicting her in absentia of spreading false information about the country’s military
February 06
February 06

Super Bowl draws epic air show of private planes to Phoenix

Private jet-setters are the reason every Super Bowl comes with super-size air traffic
February 06
February 06

Valentine's Day is a perfect excuse to make fudgy brownies

For many of us, it’s not really Valentine’s Day unless there is chocolate involved
February 06
February 06

Kentucky Bourbon Trail attendance reaches record heights

Bourbon tourism reached new heights last year in Kentucky
February 06
February 06

Eight-ingredient beef, bean chili hides Super Bowl surprise

For a Super Bowl crowd, there may be no better dish than chili
February 06
February 06

'I felt powerless': Black Americans with long COVID having trouble accessing care

Black patients often struggle to receive treatment, advocates say.
February 06
Chimére Smith undergoing an EEG to test her neurological function after she contracted COVID-19 and developed long COVID symptoms, unknown date.
February 05

Grammys fashion: Lizzo, Doja Cat, Styles wow on red carpet

Lizzo wowed in a huge bright orange custom opera coat by Dolce & Gabbana at the Grammy Awards on Sunday
February 05
February 05

Could 'The Last of Us' pandemic really happen?

Although cordyceps does not infect humans, it does infect many insects.
February 05
Scene from "The Last of Us."
February 05

Grammys 2023 live updates: Latest news from red carpet, show

The 2023 Grammy Awards show is coming to a close
February 05
February 04

Route to Super Bowl dangerous for Mexico's avocado haulers

It is a long and sometimes dangerous journey for truckers transporting the avocados destined for guacamole on tables and tailgates in the United States during the Super Bowl
February 04
February 04

Tribes, researchers debate final fate of P-22, famed LA puma

Southern California's most popular puma gained fame as P-22 and cast a spotlight on the troubled population of California’s endangered mountain lions and their decreasing genetic diversity
February 04
February 03

Eye drops recalled over bacterial infection, 1 death

Two types of artificial tears eye drops were voluntarily recalled after 55 reports of eye infections, vision loss and even a bloodstream infection that led to one death, according to officials.
February 03
Two types of artificial tears eye drops were voluntarily recalled after 55 reports of eye infections, vision loss and even a bloodstream infection that led to one death, according to officials.
February 03

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers

Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves
February 03
February 03

Why is R&B music more explicit than ever? It’s complicated.

R&B music seems more explicit, but is it really
February 03
February 03

New rules would limit sugar in school meals for first time

U.S. Agriculture officials have proposed new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugars
February 03
February 03

Boyhood collides with masculinity in Oscar-nominated 'Close'

Set in the Belgian countryside, Lukas Dhont's “Close” is about a friendship between two 13-year-old boys whose tender intimacy is tested, tragically, when one seeks to fit in with more macho boys
February 03
February 03

AP Was There: The first Grammy awards

The music industry ’s Grammy awards made its debut on May 4, 1959, 30 years after the Academy Awards handed out its first Oscar honoring the best in movies
February 03
February 03

Worries abound that Mexico’s Maya Train will destroy jungle

A major rail project in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is intended to drive economic development to some of the country’s poorest areas, in part by bringing up to three million tourists each year
February 03
February 03

Lauded rebel fashion designer Paco Rabanne dies at age 88

Spanish-born fashion designer Paco Rabanne has died at age 88
February 03
February 03

Fashion house says Paco Rabanne, the Spanish-born creator of perfumes and space-age fashions has died at age 88.

Fashion house says Paco Rabanne, the Spanish-born creator of perfumes and space-age fashions has died at age 88.
February 03
February 03

Why cops might act violently in groups, according to experts

Groups can make people normalize problematic behaviors, experts said.
February 03
This image from video released on Jan. 27, 2023 shows Tyre Nichols seated leaning against a car during an attack by five Memphis police officers on Jan. 7, 2023, in Memphis, Tenn.
February 02

How a potential mpox outbreak was prevented

The rapid deployment of vaccines and treatments controlled the virus's spread.
February 02
Experts said the successful control of Mpox was due largely to the rapid deployment of vaccines and treatments.
February 02

Looking for love online? New study shows mixed experiences

Whether looking for love or a casual encounter, 3 in 10 U.S. adults say they have used a dating site or app
February 02
February 02

Beyond Phil: Other rodents that purport to 'predict' weather

He gets most of the PR, at least nationally, but Punxsutawney Phil isn't the only groundhog to purport to predict the weather
February 02
February 02

Eye drops recalled after US drug-resistant bacteria outbreak

U.S. health officials say a company is recalling its over-the-counter eye drops that have been linked to an outbreak of drug-resistant infections
February 02
February 02

Psychedelic churches in US pushing boundaries of religion

Growing numbers of people are flocking to U.S. churches that center their practice around a bitter psychedelic tea known as ayahuasca
February 02
February 02

Punxsutawney Phil prepares to make Groundhog Day prediction

A furry critter in a western Pennsylvania town has predicted six more weeks of winter during an annual Groundhog Day celebration
February 02
February 01

FDA issues warning letters to companies selling unproven mpox treatments

The agency identified several companies allegedly selling unproven products.
February 01
A sign for the Food and Drug Administration is displayed outside their offices in Silver Spring, Md., on Dec. 10, 2020.
February 01

Millennial Money: Should unmarried couples have one account?

While married couples usually have finances that are much more intertwined, it can still be beneficial for unmarried couples to open a joint bank account, especially if the couple lives together and has shared expenses
February 01
February 01

Liz Weston: ‘Bridge’ your way to Social Security

Delaying the start of Social Security retirement benefits can dramatically increase your monthly benefit and your lifetime income
February 01
February 01

Boris Johnson on Ukraine aid and his political future

ABC News’ Linsey Davis sat down with former U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and spoke about Ukraine's resilience in part two of their exclusive interview.
February 01
VIDEO: Boris Johnson on Ukraine aid and his political future
February 01

Why do drug dealers use fentanyl to lace illicit drugs?

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid up to 100 times more potent than morphine.
February 01
Tablets of the opioid painkiller Oxycodone.
February 01

New Mexico considers roasted chile as official state aroma

The sweet smell of green chile roasting on an open flame permeates New Mexico every fall
February 01
February 01

Finland ends infertility requirement for transgender people

Lawmakers in Finland have approved amendments that will make it substantially easier for people to change their legally recognized gender in the Nordic country
February 01
February 01

Black history class revised by College Board amid criticism

The official curriculum for a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies released Wednesday downplays some components that had drawn criticism from conservatives including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who said the class would be banned in ...
February 01
February 01

Switching up salsas for the Super Bowl: 3 recipes with fruit

Certain foods are inextricably linked with game day parties
February 01
February 01

Edmunds: Why you need winter tires

If you live in a colder climate, winter tires will add safety and confidence to your drives
February 01