Melania Gazed at Justin Trudeau in the Perfect Red Dress. The Rest of Her G7 Fashion Was Pure One Percent.

Melania Trump brought a wardrobe full of thousand dollar sheath dresses to the G7 summit—with a particularly dramatic look saved for that encounter with Justin Trudeau.

By Alaina Demopoulos, Style Writer | Daily Beast

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On Sunday night at the G7 Summit, French First Lady Brigitte Macron may have turned herself into a human disco ball in her silver sequined minidress, but Melania Trump shone more brightly.… Continues

The Quiet Cruelty of When Harry Met Sally

The classic rom-com invented the “high-maintenance” woman. Thirty years later, its reductive diagnosis lives on.

By MEGAN GARBER | The Atlantic

CIRCA 1989: Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal pose for the movie “When Harry Met Sally” circa 1989. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

here’s a scene midway through When Harry Met Sally that finds the rom-com’s title couple, one evening, in bed—separate beds, each in their respective apartments, shown on a split screen.… Continues

Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Miftah, and the problem of anti-Semitism within the movement for Palestinians’ right to self-determination

By Sahil Handa | Business Insider

Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar in St. Paul, MN

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  • President Donald Trump and his allies have been working overtime to paint Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tliab as the flagbearers of American leftist anti-Semitism. 

How Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s may be linked to surging housing prices

By Calder McHugh, Associate Editor | Yahoo Finance

Organic foods may be costly in more ways than one.

Recent data suggests the presence of upscale grocers like ALDI, Whole Foods — owned by Amazon (AMZN) — and Trader Joe’s significantly boosts the value of other real estate in the neighborhood, fueling a heated debate about gentrification and a lack of affordable housing.… Continues

Doomsday preppers are thinning out across the US, and it may be because President Trump quiets their fears

By Hilary Brueck | Business Insider

  • Doomsday preppers — people who prepare and stockpile for society-upending disasters both natural and manmade — have been on the rise in the US in recent decades.
  • British criminology professor Michael Mills travels throughout the US, meeting and staying with preppers to find out more about their motivations.