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If you’re trying to figure out what to buy (because, yes, it can get overwhelming), here are some of our favorite choices on sale.
Peter Thomas Roth fans can cheer for this valuable two-piece kit that offers eye patches and a cucumber gel mask. Pair these two products together for an at-home spa day or use them individually to tackle specific issues.
Enjoy a mix of skin care favorites with this seasonal kit that includes two shea butter hand creams, an overnight oil-in-serum, another cream and an exfoliating soap bar.
Heading to the shower? This kit is for you, with a 3-in-1 shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath. It provides a rich, foaming lather that cleanses and conditions the skin in only one use. Also, it smells heavenly.
There’s no way you can discuss brows without bringing up Benefit Cosmetics. If you love the brand’s brow products, grab this two-pack duo that comes in seven different shades.
You can totally fake your contour with a great bronzer. This one by Mented Cosmetics comes in four different colors and works for multiple skin tones. And for less than $16? It’s an easy addition to your makeup routine.
You can brighten the look and appearance of skin with this glow-boosting set from TULA. It includes an enzyme mask that gently exfoliates, as well as a primer gel that refreshes skin and gives a base for your makeup.
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Japanese voters strongly support Taro Kono, minister in charge of fighting COVID-19, becoming the next prime minister, a second opinion poll said on Monday, as potential candidates prepare announcements that they will contest the leadership of the ruling party. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's shock Friday announcement that he was stepping down has thrown a ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) leadership race set for Sept 29 into disarray, with a wide array of candidates set to vie for the top job. The LDP's majority in parliament guarantees the winner will become prime minister.
Firefighters responded to a wildfire that broke out near Auburn in California’s north on September 5, which forced the evacuation of a state park.The wildfire was an estimated 100 acres in size by around 4:20 pm on Sunday, according to firefighting officials. Local evacuations were ordered by the Placer County Sheriff. Credit: CAL FIRE Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit via Storyful
THE Bureau of Customs Cebu-Subport of Mactan seized last Tuesday, August 31, a parcel containing 4.98 kilograms of extracted shark teeth misdeclared as plastic components for fashion accessories.The parcel’s
Nearly half a million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia overnight, officials said on Monday, the first batch of a swap deal with Britain that Australia is using to speed up its inoculation programme. Australia is trying to contain a third wave of infections that has locked down its two major cities, Sydney and Melbourne, and its capital Canberra, putting more than half its 25 million population under strict stay-home restrictions. The government agreed vaccine swap deals with Britain and Singapore last week for a total of around 4.5 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, double this month's supply.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken headed Sunday to Qatar on his first trip since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan as he seeks a united front with allies shaken by the chaos.
Hurricane Ida's death toll continued to rise on Sunday, with many in the U.S. Northeast holding out hope for people missing in the floodwaters, while in Louisiana nearly 600,000 customers still lacked power a week after the storm made landfall. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said on Sunday that the number of storm deaths in his state rose to 13, and that power generators were responsible for some of them."Four of the 13 deaths that I mentioned earlier have been attributable to carbon monoxide poisoning. You don't taste it. You don't smell it. You have no idea that it's there. And very, very, sadly, it often gets whole families because they'll turn on the generator, go to sleep and that's what happens."Meanwhile, deaths in the U.S. Northeast rose to at least 50, according to updated numbers on Sunday, after Ida's record-breaking rainfall unleashed flash flooding across the East Coast.New York Governor Kathy Hochul:"I'm not going to have someone tell me that these events are every one-hundred years, five-hundred years, thousand years. In my mind, after what I witnessed first-hand, and the lives we lost, 17 New Yorkers no longer with us because of the weather, I'm operating on the assumption that this could happen again in another ten days."In New Jersey, there were 27 confirmed storm deaths and four people still missing. Other storm deaths were reported in Connecticut with at least one dead, Pennsylvania with at least four dead and Maryland with at least one dead. Pope Francis offered his condolences to Ida victims at his Sunday blessing in St. Peter's Square, and urged those affected by the disaster to be strong.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, a standalone VW brand responsible for the development and sales of light commercial vehicles, and Argo AI, an autonomous driving technology company, unveiled the first version of the ID Buzz AD (Autonomous Driving) on Sunday. The two companies shared plans to test and commercially scale the jointly developed, fully-electric self-driving van over the next four years at the VW night event ahead of the 2021 IAA Mobility Event in Munich. Testing of the prototype, one of the first five planned test vehicles, has already begun and will continue at Argo's development center in Neufahrn, near Munich, as well as at Argo's nine hectare closed course near the Munich airport, which tests for a variety of traffic situations unique to European driving conditions, and Argo's test track in the United States.
The pollution, emissions and clean-up costs of plastic produced in 2019 alone could be $3.7 trillion, according to a report released Monday by wildlife charity WWF, warning of the environmental and economic burden of this "seemingly cheap" material.
Global warming is already affecting people's health so much that emergency action on climate change cannot be put on hold while the world deals with the Covid-19 pandemic, medical journals across the globe warned on Monday.
Brazil's World Cup qualifying clash against Argentina was sensationally abandoned shortly after kick-off on Sunday as controversy over Covid-19 protocols erupted.
Joaquin Niemann was left without a partner on Sunday. So he finished as quickly as possible.
Novak Djokovic tries to take another step toward the first men's singles calendar-year Grand Slam in 52 years on Monday when he faces Jenson Brooksby at the US Open.
Here is a round-up of sports events and developments in Singapore in the past week (30 August to 5 September).
A FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying match between Argentina and Brazil was suspended on September 5 when Brazilian health officials entered the pitch seeking the removal of four Argentine players who they said had violated COVID-19 restrictions.Video shared on Instagram shows a spectator’s view of the incident down on the pitch at Sao Paulo’s Neo Quimica Arena.According to Globo, members of the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) alleged that four players based in the United Kingdom had failed to disclose that they had been in the UK in the two weeks prior to their arrival in Brazil. They were named as Emiliano Martinez, Emiliano Buendia, Giovani Lo Celso, defender Cristian Romero, Globo said. Anvisa officials made attempts to reach the four players at their hotel, but they had already left for the arena, Globo reported.“FIFA can confirm that following a decision by the match officials, the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying match Brazil vs. Argentina has been suspended. Further details will follow in due course,” FIFA tweeted.In a statement, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) said it “deeply regrets the events that ended up causing the suspension” of the match. While it supported “rigorous health protocols,” it said it was “surprised” that officials from the Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa) chose to intervene after the match had started. The health agency could have carried out its duties in a “much more appropriate manner in the various moments and days prior to the match,” the CBF said.Those sentiments were echoed by the Argentine Football Association, which expressed “deep discomfort” over the incident. “Like the CBF, the AFA is surprised by the actions of Anvisa once the game has started,” the AFA said, noting that the team had been in Brazil since the morning of September 3 and had complied with all health regulations since its arrival. Credit: @pixoxopatec via Storyful
Southern Louisiana officials surveyed damage caused to Lafitte, Louisiana, where Ida’s impact left roads covered in mud and water on Sunday, September 5, footage shows.Video shared to Facebook by Jefferson Parish Councilman Ricky Templet shows the conditions in lower Lafitte on Sunday.Templet wrote on Twitter that residents should note the “several inches” of mud made the roads “very slick.”“Unless you have a vehicle with tires that can handle this, we recommend that you wait to get there until roads can be better cleaned,” he said. Credit: Ricky Templet via Storyful
The jobs would be in hedgerow planting and maintenance.
Quantum Machines, an Israeli startup that is building the classical hardware and software infrastructure to help run quantum machines, announced a $50 million Series B investment today. Today's round was led by Red Dot Capital Partners with help from Exor, Claridge Israel, Samsung NEXT, Valor Equity Partners, Atreides Management, LP, as well as TLV Partners, Battery Ventures, 2i Ventures and other existing investors. While quantum computing in general is in its early days, Quantum Machines has developed a nice niche by building a hardware and software system, what they call The Quantum Orchestration Platform, that helps run the burgeoning quantum machines, leaving it plenty of room to grow as the industry develops.
One-year-old twin Israeli girls who were born conjoined at the head, back to back, looked each other in the eyes for the first time on Sunday after undergoing rare separation surgery. The more than 12-hour operation at the Soroka Medical Centre took months of preparation and involved dozens of experts from Israel and abroad. Chief pediatric neurosurgeon Mickey Gideon said the rare and complex surgery, which was performed last week, had only been carried out 20 times worldwide and that this was the first time in Israel.GIDEON: "We have done the reconstruction of the brain membrane, a reconstruction of the skull and now the plastic surgeons continue the surgery for the sealing of the skin. To our delight, everything went as we had hoped." A statement from the hospital said the surgery involved cranial reconstruction and scalp grafts for both girls, and the head of the plastic surgery department said the twins were "recovering nicely."
What a run for the 18-year-old.
Botic Van de Zandschulp matched the best run by any US Open qualifier in reaching the quarter-finals and hopes to shock Daniil Medvedev and equal more Grand Slam history.