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9 Habits Of The Timelessly Stylish Man

Molly Socha | September 1, 2015 | Style
Fashion is fickle, and the struggle to keep up is real. You’ve tried all the latest trends, but now what you really strive for is a classic look, one that transcends the fads. You just want to look good -- and would it kill Jim from Sales to notice your...

How Your First Dog Together Can Better Prepare You For Parenthood

Molly Socha | September 1, 2015 | Parents
Soft, wavy, golden fur and the perfect size. It was an innocent visit to a breeder, just to see in person what Wheaten Terriers were like. But by the end of the day, Kristin Dean and her husband, Matt, were putting down a deposit on the clumsy puppy that had...

23 Tips That Will Change How You Tailgate Forever

Molly Socha | September 1, 2015 | Sports
Tailgating. It’s a uniquely American tradition. The practice of drinking and eating before opposing teams (or forces) duke it out goes as far back as the Civil War, according to Vice. Before fighting Union troops at the First Battle of Bull Run, Confederate supporters came to the Manassas,...

The Story Behind Hillary Clinton's Mysterious Gefilte Fish Email

Sam Stein | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON -- A mysterious email popped up in the latest tranche of State Department documents released in relation to Hillary Clinton’s time at Foggy Bottom. Titled “Gefilte fish,” the email was authored by the then-secretary of state and addressed to two top aides. It reads simply: “Where are we on...

A Hillary Clinton Aide Stayed Up For 100 Hours Straight To Write A Speech For His Boss

Igor Bobic | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton often speaks about the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance. She's a big proponent of paid family leave, and often invokes her own experiences as as a mother, wife, daughter and most recently grandmother on the presidential campaign trail. But that message...

U.N. Satellite Image Confirms ISIS Destruction Of Temple Of Bel

Kelly Chen | August 31, 2015 | World
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Clinton Called Out 'Ogrish' Men On Her Staff

Christina Wilkie | August 31, 2015 | Politics
Even Hillary Clinton, one of the world's most visible advocates for women and girls, sometimes has to make sure that the men who work for her aren't dismissive of women's issues.  In late May of 2010, Clinton's longtime aide Philippe Reines wrote the secretary of state an email congratulating her for...

State Department Releases Another Batch Of Hillary Clinton's Emails

Kelly Chen | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department released roughly 7,000 pages of Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails Monday, including about 150 emails that have been censored because they contain information that is now deemed classified. Department officials said the redacted information was classified in preparation for the public release...

As His Term Wanes, Obama Champions Workers’ Rights

Kelly Chen | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON — With little fanfare, the Obama administration has been pursuing an aggressive campaign to restore protections for workers that have been eroded by business activism, conservative governance and the evolution of the economy in recent decades.

Apple Eyes Move Into Original Programming (EXCLUSIVE)

Kelly Chen | August 31, 2015 | Technology
The moment the media and technology industries have been expecting for years may finally be arriving: Apple is exploring getting into the original programming business.  

Obama Has Not Finalized Post-Presidential Plans, Despite Columbia Rumor

Marina Fang | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON, Aug 31 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has made no final decisions about what he will do after leaving office, the White House said on Monday, following comments by Columbia University's president that he looked forward to welcoming Obama back to campus in 2017. "The President has long talked...

Supreme Court Turns Away Kentucky Clerk Who Turned Away Gay Couples Wishing To Marry

Cristian Farias | August 31, 2015 | Politics
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to delay a federal court order Monday that effectively requires a Kentucky clerk to begin issuing marriage licenses to gays and lesbians within her jurisdiction. The court's one-line order offered no explanation for its response to Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis. Around the time...

Pope's Letter To Gay Children's Book Author 'Uses The Language Of Respect'

Laura Eduati | August 31, 2015 | Religion
  The Vatican issued a statement on Friday reiterating the church's stance against same-sex relationships and gender fluidity after news broke that the pope sent a letter to Francesca Pardi, author of a children's book with gay themes. Monsignor Peter Wells, the...

Pope Francis Delivers His First Message To The United States

Antonia Blumberg | August 31, 2015 | Religion
Pope Francis held a virtual audience with Americans in three U.S. cities on Monday, just weeks ahead of his first visit to the country later this month. In the first official meeting with the American public, the pope once again demonstrated his priority to pastor to often-marginalized communities by targeting issues relating to youth, homelessness and immigration. During the audience, which will be part of an ABC News special airing on Friday, the pope said he is praying for the U.S. and asked for Americans' prayers in turn. The pope spoke from the Vatican to students at the Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago, individuals from homeless shelters in Los Angeles and immigrants at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church near the U.S.-Mexico border in McAllen, Texas. One 17-year-old student started crying as she told the pope about being bullied for a skin condition she has had her whole life. She said she has found strength in music, which inspired Pope Francis to make a special request. "I would like to hear you sing," the pope said in English. "May I ask of you to sing a song for me? Be courageous!" The teenager then treated Francis to song in the Argentine pope's native Spanish. A true honor. Our visit with Pope Francis @Pontifex on the eve of his historic visit to the U.S.— David Muir (@DavidMuir) August 31, 2015 The virtual audience, moderated by "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir, offered Pope Francis a chance to connect with Americans in cities he will be unable to visit during his trip in late September.  Pope Francis is scheduled to arrive Washington, D.C., on Sept. 22 and will visit New York City and Philadelphia before flying home to Rome on Sept. 27. The pontiff's trip will emphasize care for "the least of these," as referenced in Christian scripture and which has been a major theme of his papacy. He will meet with prisoners, immigrants, elementary school children and family members of Sept. 11 victims. The one-hour ABC special, titled "Pope Francis and the People," will air on the ABC Television Network on Friday at 10 p.m. EST. Also on...

Canada Responds To Scott Walker: 9/11 Terrorists Had U.S. Visas

Dana Liebelson | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON -- Canada responded on Monday to GOP presidential contender Scott Walker's controversial comments about building a northern border wall by pointing out that the terrorists responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks had U.S. visas. Walker said on Sunday that a border wall between Canada and...

Fox News Guest Host Calls Black Lives Matter A 'Criminal Organization'

Lydia O'Connor | August 31, 2015 | Media
While guest-hosting Fox News' "The Five" on Monday, comedian Tom Shillue denounced the Black Lives Matter movement as organized criminals whose protests should be stopped and whose leaders should be arrested.  "I think it’s shut-it-down time," he said of the movement, which grew from repeated instances of...

Technology Is Forever Changing How We Pray

Antonia Blumberg | August 31, 2015 | Religion
Christian leaders are no strangers to social media. On any given day, even Pope Francis will use his Twitter platform to offer a prayer of peace or healing to the world. But does posting a prayer on social media distance us from the actual act of praying?...

Obama Calls For A Greater Effort To Fight Ovarian Cancer

Marina Fang | August 31, 2015 | Politics
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama on Monday honored women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and their families and urged more research into prevention, detection and treatment of the disease in a White House proclamation commemorating September as National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. “This month, we stand...

Fast Food Kids' Meals Could Become Healthier If This Policy Passes

Anna Almendrala | August 31, 2015 | Healthy Living
By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - Regulating fast food kids' meals that include toys may end up making the meals healthier, according to a new study. If a proposed new policy in New York City is approved, then fast food meals that come with toys...

Air Guitar World Champ Kereel Blumenkrants On How He Nailed His Big Performance

Rahel Gebreyes | August 31, 2015 | HuffPost Live 321
In case you didn't know, the 20th annual Air Guitar World Championships (yes, it's a real event) wrapped up in Oulu, Finland, last Friday with Russian competitor Kereel "Your Daddy" Blumenkrants beating out the American runner-up Matt "Aristotle" Burns for the title. Blumenkrants joined HuffPost Live to discuss his lively performance and how he nabbed the coveted top prize -- a handmade electric guitar -- after competing for five years. "[The performance is] like a lightning bolt or an arrow from a bow," he told host Caroline Modarressy Tehrani. "It's just so quick and filled with all kinds of movement, you barely ... have any time to think. You just do it and then in a blink of a second, it's over." Watch HuffPost Live's interview with 2015 champ Kereel Blumenkrants above.    Sign up here for Live Today, HuffPost Live’s morning email that will let you know the newsmakers, celebrities and politicians joining us that day and give you the best clips from the day before.   Also on...