Cardi B, Ashley Graham Open Up About Motherhood For Vogue

Something is happening at American Vogue. For the magazine’s January 2020 issue, the famed portrait photographer Annie Leibovitz shot a quartet of subjects. And while it’s all business as usual in terms of the stardom and calibre of each cover subject, what’s different is the overarching theme that unites each one: motherhood. Cardi B (a rapper), Ashley Graham (a model), Stella McCartney (a fashion designer) and Greta Gerwig (an actress and filmmaker) are all featured in their own cover stories for the magazine, and in their respective profiles, each offers unique insights into how they’ve navigated pregnancy, motherhood, and balancing their careers with it all. For our January 2020 issue,… Read More

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Yahoo is giving users more time to download Groups data before it’s gone forever

Image: Yahoo In October, Yahoo announced that it would be deleting all content posted on Yahoo Groups on December 14th. But today, the company said that it’s extending that deadline another couple of weeks to give users more time to download their data. If you want to get your Yahoo Groups data before it is deleted, Yahoo says that you now have until 11:59PM PST on January 31st, 2020, to request it. (If you want to download your data, here’s our guide on how to do it.) We will stop making the content available or viewable from the https://t.co/AI347YbZxo portal at 11:59 PM PT on Dec 14, 2019, but we… Read More

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USMCA Moves Forward After U.S. House Democrats Get On Board

OTTAWA — The Freeland Returns To Washington To Get U.S. To Make A Move On USMCA Nancy Pelosi Says A New NAFTA Deal Is ‘Imminent’ U.S. House Democrat Tells Trudeau His Party Will Push To Ratify New NAFTA U.S. Leaves New NAFTA In Limbo, Likely Until After Canada’s Election Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said little as he arrived for a weekly cabinet meeting in Ottawa. “We are working very hard,” he said in French, when asked if there was an agreement. The new breakthrough follows U.S. labour unions approving Mexico’s proposal to phase-in a tighter definition of what constitutes North American steel as some concessions on enforcing the agreement’s provisions… Read More

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Smelling A Book Can Bring Back Cherished Childhood Memories

Welcome to HuffPost Canada’s (almost) daily guide to helping you pick up an easy, everyday ritual that can make your life a bit better, in a small but significant way. Canadians are stressed out, anxious, and are feeling disconnected from each other. Every Monday through Friday, we’ll share a tiny tip to help you feel good. We’ve got your back. Today’s habit: Crack open a book and smell its pages! For whenever you’re feeling: Like you want to remember your days spent at the library when you were a kid. What it is: I’m a book nerd. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a book or… Read More

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11 ways to help your child enjoy math

Just 40 percent of U.S. fourth-graders are proficient at math. This is a worrying statistic, given that young kids’ numeracy skills are associated with later academic achievement. Fortunately, parents — even those who count themselves among the 30 percent of U.S. adults who lack basic math skills — can help their kids can improve in, and maybe even enjoy, the subject. Here’s how. 1. Talk to the teacher(s) Don’t wait until your kid is struggling to find out what she’s (supposed to be) learning in math class, advises Robert Q. Berry III, PhD. He’s the Samuel Braley Gray Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of… Read More

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