In terms of our favorite looks though, it's Dua Lipa's custom Courreges gown that we can't stop thinking about, plus Doja Cat's sheer Dilara Findikoglu number. Elsewhere, Y2K reigned supreme thanks to Ice Spice's Baby Phat outfit, plus the transformation of the year goes to Miley Cyrus -- who stepped out in an ultra-glam embroidered Maison Margiela gown.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate leader Mitch McConnell is the highest-ranking Republican in Congress who has yet to endorse Donald Trump's bid to return to the White House — having once called the defeated president “morally responsible" for the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol attack. But that's potentially about to change. McConnell's political team and Trump's campaign have been in talks over not only a possible endorsement of the former president but a strategy to unite Republicans up and down the party's tick
STORY: (Location: Rafah, Gaza)This was the scene at Al-Awda health center in southern Gaza on Monday... A nurse here says children sick from malnutrition and a range of other diseases are arriving for care in unprecedented numbers. This is Ahmed Qannan... His aunt Israa Kalakh says he weighs just over 13 pounds, half of his pre-war body weight.This is 12-year-old Yazan Al-Kafarna, who died on Monday. Filmed for Reuters on Saturday, he was pale and emaciated, with skeletal limbs.Cerebral palsy made him dependent on a special diet of things like blended fruit and milk, items now unavailable in Gaza.The boy's doctor attributed his death to malnutrition. Nearly five months into Israel's air and ground assault... acute shortages of food have led to what the United Nations is describing as a nutrition crisis amid the wider humanitarian catastrophe.(Location: Beit Lahiya, Gaza)Gaza's Health Ministry said on Sunday that 15 children had died of malnutrition or dehydration at Kamal Adwan hospital in northern Gaza, the part of the enclave where the lack of food is most extreme.Reuters obtained this video filmed there on Saturday. It shows Anwar Abdulnabi weeping over the body of her daughter Mila, who had just died in her bed.She says Mila had been suffering from calcium and potassium deficiencies, but did not specify what caused the child's death.Dr Ahmad Salem works in the hospital's ICU.He says one of the factors in the high number of child deaths was that new mothers were themselves malnourished and could not breastfeed their children.Deliveries of food aid to the whole of Gaza are falling far short of what is needed. The problem is worse in the north because the only crossings where Israel allows trucks to pass are in the south.And some aid trucks have been seized by desperate crowds before they reach the north.In the latest report from UNRWA, the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, it said an average of about 97 trucks a day had been entering Gaza in February, down from about 150 in January.It's well short of the 500-a-day target.U.N. agencies and humanitarian groups have blamed the shortfall on Israel's actions, including the closure of land crossings into northern Gaza.Israel says it does not restrict humanitarian or medical aid and has blamed the lack of deliveries on the capacity of aid agencies.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Highway signs welcome drivers entering North Carolina to “the nation's most military friendly state,” and veterans here know they're being courted. But in a state where camouflage-colored appeals have become commonplace, recent efforts by progressive groups to cut into what has long been a reliably red constituency face an early test on Super Tuesday. Among the 16 states and one territory casting ballots in Tuesday's 2024 presidential primaries and caucuses are some with t
Over the last two years, the DEA seized more than half of the country’s illicit fentanyl in Arizona. The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office says they have seen a dramatic increase in the number of fentanyl cases.
REGINA — Disruption was the theme Monday at the Canadian men's curling championship. Four teams posted upsets over higher seeds in the Montana's Brier, which added spice to the playoff race in Regina. Northwest Territories Jamie Koe pulled off a curling coup by beating defending champion Brad Gushue 7-5, although the latter recovered with an 8-3 win over Jamie's older brother Kevin on Monday evening. Northern Ontario's Trevor Bonot stole a point in an extra end in a 6-5 win over top-ranked Brend
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas voters could make history in two races for the state Supreme Court in Tuesday's election, with candidates vying to become the first elected Black justice and the first woman elected to lead the court. The races could also expand Republican Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders' influence, paving the way for her to appoint new justices after conservative groups spent heavily in recent years trying to push the court further to the right. Three of the court's seven justices
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Police were warning people to stay away as an industrial fire with multiple explosions shook a northern Detroit suburb on Monday night. The Clinton Township Police Department said on Facebook that an industrial fire was burning near 15 Mile Road and Groesbeck Highway and that debris was being projected into the air and coming down as far as a mile (1.6 kilometers) away. Police said they didn’t know exactly what was burning and because of that didn’t know what effec
Panama’s Electoral Tribunal has disqualified former president Ricardo Martinelli’s candidacy in the country’s May 5 presidential election because of a 10-year prison sentence for money laundering he received last year, the tribunal’s presiding magistrate said Monday night. Martinelli, a supermarket tycoon who was president of Panama from 2009 to 2014, was convicted last July of money laundering in a case involving the purchase of a media conglomerate with public funds. Panamanian authorities last month ordered Martinelli’s arrest and the former president has been holed up in the Nicaraguan Embassy since receiving political asylum there.
A fire broke out in a residential area in Kiyosu, in Japan’s Aichi prefecture, and spread to a temple and several houses on Tuesday, March 5.The Nishiwajima police station said “the fire has spread to about five buildings, including a temple and nearby residences,” local media Asahi reported.“It is not known if anyone was injured,” Asahi said.“Eight fire engines were dispatched and efforts are still underway to extinguish the fire,” according to Tokai-TV.The fire broke out near the Shimo-Otai Station.Footage filmed by X user @wizax33, who said they live nearby, shows flames and thick smoke. Several fire engines and police cars are at the scene. Credit: @wizax33 via Storyful
PARIS (AP) — For the Paris Olympics, it could almost be a new sport: Score points by hunting down mosaics that a mystery artist who calls himself “Invader” has cemented to walls across France’s capital, the world and even had carried aloft to the International Space Station. Vincent Giraud, one of the artist's Parisian fans, is already an avid player. He downloaded Invader's addictive “Flash Invaders” mobile-phone game that awards points to users who find and photograph the colorful and quirky p
China will try to stabilise a property sector with targeted measures while providing financing to "justified" projects, Premier Li Qiang said on Tuesday, as Beijing looks to resolve a glut of unfinished properties that have worried homebuyers. The policy message in Li's annual report to China's parliament reinforced the view that the world's second-largest economy is still working through a combination of half-completed projects as well as unsold homes that will take years to remedy and remain a brake on economic growth. The property sector has lurched from one crisis to another since 2021 after a regulatory crackdown on high leverage among developers triggered a liquidity crisis.
SAN JOSÉ LAS FLORES, El Salvador (AP) — Nestled in the mountains of northern El Salvador, near the Honduras border, San José Las Flores has been a bastion of leftist resistance for decades. The party’s bright red flags still flutter from light poles along this town’s sloping streets, but the FMLN is on its last leg, devastated politically by its own ineptness in governing, shameful corruption and the scorched earth politics of President Nayib Bukele, the millennial force of nature it initially launched. In only five years, the FMLN went from holding El Salvador’s presidency to garnering a paltry 6% of the vote a month ago as Bukele romped to reelection.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Several prominent House Democrats are jostling to fend off Republican former baseball great Steve Garvey in the yearlong battle to fill the U.S. Senate seat once held by the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein, with two slots on California’s November ballot at stake. In a state where a Republican hasn’t won a Senate race since 1988, Democrats are expected to easily hold the seat in November, a relief for the party as it seeks to defend a fragile Senate majority. But first-time candidat
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The race for Alabama's 2nd Congressional District, which was redrawn by a federal court to boost the voting power of Black voters, has sparked congested and competitive primary contests. Democrats see an opportunity to flip the Deep South congressional seat in November. Republicans aim to keep hold of the seat, as control of the U.S. House of Representatives is on the line. A total of 18 candidates — 11 Democrats and seven Republicans — are running in the new district. Th
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Womack faces a longshot challenge in Tuesday's Arkansas primary from a state legislator who has cited the messy fight over House speaker last year as a reason for challenging the incumbent. Womack, 67, faces state Sen. Clint Penzo in the GOP primary for northwest Arkansas' 3rd Congressional District, and is the only one of the state's four House members facing a primary challenge. The winner of Tuesday's race will face Democrat Cailin Draper in