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It’s the holiday season, when every sad gathering with nonnatural wine seems to carry the same weight as your best friend’s wedding. Here is how to say no without having your life explode in a fiery ball of chaos.
The lingerie company has clung to the idea that women should look sexy for men. And its stock is falling.
An illustrated look at the face masks that are now everywhere on the streets of San Francisco and other smoke-ridden cities.
Think of door hardware as jewelry for a room: Without the right knobs or levers, your home isn’t properly dressed.
Western money has been pouring into the country this fall. But is the lure of its billions of buyers masking what could be trouble ahead?
Prewedding henna ceremonies have regained popularity in Israel’s Jewish Yemenite community, an expression of ethnic pride in their heritage and traditions.
Move over, artisanal water. In our quest for the healthiest, most hydrating drink, alkaline water continues to have its moment.
Jewish communities stand more divided than ever on whether to embrace or denounce Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.
The incoming congresswoman has given her followers the type of behind-the-scenes look at congressional orientation that’s not usually broadcast.
The actor, known for playing Paper Boi on “Atlanta,” appears in two highly anticipated movies this fall.
Inmates expose themselves and threaten rape. Male guards let them do it. Women who complain are ‘pretty much blackballed.’
Richie Merritt, 17, makes his acting debut opposite Matthew McConaughey in a crime drama. A second movie is already lined up.
Debra Tate, the sister of the 1960s actress, talks about why she is selling the memorabilia ahead of the 50th anniversary of the infamous Manson murder.
The author of nine acclaimed novels, including “Give Me Your Hand” and “Dare Me,” is adapting four (four!) of them for TV.
The comic book revolutionary, who died this week, pushed against the trope that women in comics should be only victims or vixens by creating strong female characters with their own agendas.
Millions embrace e-cigarettes as smoking cessation aids. Will restricting the devices for teenagers put former adult smokers who vape at risk to start again?
As vaping grows more popular, especially among teens, here are answers to some basic questions about its health effects.
E-cigarettes may help tobacco smokers quit. But the alluring devices can swiftly induce a nicotine habit in teenagers who never smoked. This is the tale of one person’s struggle.
Smokers are customizing their trendy vape pens with purple glitter, fake designer labels and even 18-karat gold.
Meredith Koop spent many years in the White House working with the former first lady on her wardrobe. Now she is helping Ms. Obama with the book tour and trying to figure out what comes next.
On Wednesday, hundreds of people in cities around Ireland protested victim blaming in the justice system’s handling of a sexual-assault case.
The former Cowboys linebacker appears to be the first former or current National Football League player to celebrate a same-sex marriage.
Christie’s will be auctioning off mementos from the exclusive members-only club in London, including a red velvet sofa, the doorman’s coat and toast racks.
We like you. You’re wonderful. Just please stop calling your parents every day. They already wrote your college essay! They can’t help you now!
One bride said she’s grateful to have some perspective about changing plans. “We’re not in the worst situation. People are losing their homes.”
The infinite retailer appears to be ushering untold numbers of stealth brands into your life, even as it plans to take over the East Coast. If you like Ween Charm, you’ll love Austin Mill!
Black women have intimate and sometimes fraught relationships with our hair. Today, my hair is helping me work out the most important relationship I’ll ever have: the one I have with myself.
In Istanbul, self-expression can be as simple as the way you tie your hijab, doff your flat cap or always, always dye your hair.
Mr. Bergé, the partner of Yves Saint Laurent, suppressed the film for years, but it is finally reaching theaters this month. Here’s what to expect.