Wednesday, February 13th, 2019


Trump insists border wall will be completed

“We will get the job done,” the president said during remarks to a conference of sheriffs and police chiefs in Washington

FEMA Administrator Brock Long announces resignation

In a letter to FEMA employees, Long said stepping down was “one of the toughest decisions I have ever had to make”

Naeem Khan pays tribute to Halston with his new collection

Khan reunites with orignal Halston models Pat Cleveland, Karen Bjornson and Alva Chinn at NYFW. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

Bed Head Morning After Hair Straightener – Editor Review

Bed Head recently launched its brand-new Morning After Straightener, which features hair-smoothing tourmaline ceramic technology and three unique LED heat settings for optimal styling based on the state of your hair. Read our review on the the new flatiron.

Michael Kors celebrates the 70s with Barry Manilow at New York Fashion Week

The designer sends a love letter to New York with his fall/winter collection. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

Recording for Duty: Epic Pranks (February 2019) | FailArmy


Families complain of mold, lead paint, rats in military housing ahead of hearing

The Senate Armed Services Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday to investigate growing problems in the military housing privatization program. More than 200,000 homes on military bases across the country are managed by private contractors. A yearlong investigation by Reuters turned up dangerous living conditions. Senators will ask housing contractors and Pentagon officials how they plan to address the military families’ complaints about things like mold and water damage. Chip Reid reports.

A Survivor’s Guide to Getting Through Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can be difficult for survivors of sexual or domestic abuse, but there are ways to deal with triggers and make the day feel more comfortable, even if you’ve experienced trauma in the past.

Trump addresses conference of sheriffs, police chiefs

Mr. Trump’s remarks come amid negotiations to keep the government from shutting down

Pumped Breast Milk Falls Short of Direct Nursing

Researchers found that breast milk from women who pumped tended to have more potentially bad bacteria than milk from women who fed their infants only from the breast. The resource:27