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Playboy Magazine To Stop Publishing Photos Of Fully Nude WomenPlayboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign, the decades-old magazine announced Tuesday.
Eat Happy: Best Foods To Boost Your MoodIf you're looking for ways to boost your mood, the answer could be in the kitchen.
Southwest Airlines Hit With Technical Issues, Waits MountSouthwest Airlines is asking travelers to arrive at least 2 before their scheduled flights as technical issues are forcing manual check-ins.
Schumer: Volkswagen Should Pay $18B In Fines For FraudSchumer called on the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Justice Department to seek an $18 billion fine for the German automaker.
Experts Warn Of Hidden Costs Of Bargain AirfareExperts warn that with those bargains could come some other issues you never bargained for.
Growing Number Of New Yorkers Make A Living With On Demand Ride Services Uber, LyftA growing number of New Yorkers have been following the trail of money, and getting behind the wheel to make big buck.
Must-Have Fall Trends: 3 Items To Add To Your WardrobeDesigner and fashion 'it' girl Autumn Hawk says refreshing your closet can be done on a budget -- here's 3 items for your fall essentials.
Highchairs Recalled On Reports Kids Fell Off, Chipped TeethSafety 1st said Thursday that it received 11 reports of injuries and 68 reports of children removing the trays.
Seen At 11: Wrinkle Eraser Botox Being Used To Combat Excessive SweatingAs a proven wrinkle eraser, botox is a go-to treatment for many men and women, but there are other uses for the injectible.
Are You Using Expired Makeup? Here's How You Can TellDermatologist Dr. Lisa Hitchins shares her tips on how to tell if your lipstick, mascara, powder and blush are past their expiration date -- and what it means for your health.
Suffolk County Considers Ban On Products That Have MicrobeadsCitizens Campaign's executive director, Adrienne Esposito, said there are several alternatives to microbeads in beauty products.
As Deadline Looms, Merchants And Consumers Not Ready For New Chip-Enhanced Credit CardsOnly about a quarter of businesses nationwide have the new machines needed to meet Thursday's deadline and many credit card users don't even have the new cards in their wallets.