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'It's fashion with protection': Bulletproof wear demand is rising, say designers

From bulletproof bespoke suits to backpacks to Bibles, body armor makers see untapped potential in the U.S. market. read more

How game was rigged against middle class

For the percentage of the overall workforce employed in manufacturing, people who make things with their hands - cars, radios, refrigerators, clothing - is ... he worked at the plant, rising to a supe... read more

London Designers Say It With T-shirts

Fashion is an interconnected business with people and components coming from all over the planet.” British designers are certainly ... x 18” youth group and its upcoming summit. For his debut Louis Vu... read more

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That must-have item might be yours alone

Taste-makers say there’s more value these days in owning the unique, even if it sometimes costs a little more. At a recent brainstorming session held by the Council of Fashion Designers of America ... ... read more


Beaver Falls 35, New Brighton 14 FINAL

Freedom 49-26, New Brighton lost to Laurel 34-28 Last meeting: Beaver Falls 44-20 last season Fast Facts: Traditionally, this game has been played for the little brown jug, but Beaver Falls is more co... read more

The Cartoonish March Against Monsanto

As AP reports: Organizers say two million people marched in ... plans to harness the success of the event to continue its anti-GMO cause. “We will continue until Monsanto complies with consumer demand ... read more

Pollution masks Delhi

Donning these masks becoming quite the fashion trend among youngsters and sellers say that while earlier it ... is a medical store that sells out its stock of over 40-50 masks in two-three days and th... read more

Brett Kavanaugh Will Be Confirmed, and Liberals Should Blame Michael Avenatti

"That such an allegation can find its way into the Supreme Court confirmation process is a stark reminder about why the presumption of innocence is so ingrained in our American consciousness," Collins ... read more

Inside Google's shadow workforce, the 'second-class citizens' who do all the grunt work with few rewards

Google declined to say ... its contracts with clients, but that “we take great pride in being an industry leader who continually works to create meaningful career opportunities for all of our employee... read more

How the Internet Sparked Copenhagen’s Rise

Such is a typical magpie Thursday night here, where a close-knit community of fashion designers, artists ... Noma was the initial seed, many say, in the growing demand for all things Danish. The resta... read more

Child slavery and chocolate: All too easy to find

In "Chocolate's Child Slaves," CNN's David McKenzie travels into the heart of the Ivory Coast to investigate children working in the cocoa fields. (More information and air times on CNN International. ... read more

Food for Thought: Do you know what steak you're getting?

When you order a steak in a grocery or restaurant, do you know what you’re getting? A common steak, New York strip, comes with many names. It is cut from the most tender section of beef, the short loi... read more



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