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Facebook still isn’t clear about why it won’t take down false political ads

Facebook still isn’t clear about why it won’t take down false political ads

Facebook has come under heavy scrutiny in recent months over its political ads policy that allows politicians to lie in ads. On Monday, one of Facebook’s top marketers again defended the policy and said the company has no plans to change it, insisting that it’s up to voters to decide what messages resonate and are…
The Ultimate Guide To False Eyelashes

The Ultimate Guide To False Eyelashes

There are, however, lots of different types of false lashes that can be tailored to exactly what you're looking for, whether it's something super-natural or the total opposite. It's all about picking the right pair and knowing how to apply them. Wondering where to start? We've rounded up the best false lashes and a few…
How To Make Your False Eyelashes Last and Last

How To Make Your False Eyelashes Last and Last

With false lashes ringing in at up to $25 a pair, throwing a set away after a single use feels just plain wrong. Turns out, we’re right to trust our guts on this one, because according to makeup artist Jamie Greenberg (whose celebrity clients include Rashida Jones, Kaley Cuoco, and Busy Philipps) there is plenty…
#HimToo, the online movement spreading myths about false rape allegations, explained

#HimToo, the online movement spreading myths about false rape allegations, explained

On Sunday, President Donald Trump said that many women were “extremely happy” with the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, despite the sexual assault allegations against him. “They’re thinking of their sons, they’re thinking of their husbands, their brothers, their uncles, and others,” Trump said. It’s become a common refrain — the #MeToo…
Amy Chua Speaks Out, Calling Alleged Advice For Kavanaugh Applicants “100% False”

Amy Chua Speaks Out, Calling Alleged Advice For Kavanaugh Applicants “100% False”

Sources spoke to The Guardian under the condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation that could negatively affect their careers. Both Chua and Rubenfeld have been described as powerful and holding a lot of influence at the law school, often connecting students to jobs and rewarding loyalty. Rubenfeld is currently under internal investigation at Yale…

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