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How to Make the Most of Black Friday Without Becoming Overwhelmed

Holiday shopping season will officially begin this week with the Black Friday sales on Nov. 25. Typically the busiest shopping day of the year, the sale event has extended to become a multiple-day promotion for many retailers, extending into Cyber Monday—aimed at encouraging e-commerce driven purchases—and sometimes beyond. Navigating these sales for bargains and holiday

The Best Toys of 2022

Our Best Toys of 2022 offer a variety of ways to play. Kids can stay active with the Vital Hero Digimon wearable game band. The Craft-Tastic Nature Scavenger Hunt Potions let them get creative outdoors. And the Vex Robotics Art Start mixes art with engineering. The editors of TIME for Kids share their picks for

Exclusive: MLB Execs Say There’s no Collusion in Aaron Judge Free Agency

Major League Baseball (MLB) executives tell TIME that the league had finished its inquiry into potential collusion between two owners to suppress the free agent market for superstar slugger Aaron Judge. MLB says it found no collusion in this instance. “We’ve completed our investigation,” a senior MLB executive told TIME. “And we’ve notified the MLBPA

The NeverKevins Can Still Block McCarthy’s Bid for Speaker

This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. If you just read the headlines last week, you’d think Rep. Kevin McCarthy has finally reached his long-chased goal of wielding the Speaker’s gavel, that the top Republican in the House would

At the World Cup, Wearing a Rainbow Flag Could Get You in Trouble

Grant Wahl was entering the World Cup stadium in Qatar on Monday night when he was suddenly stopped by security guards. Pointing to the rainbow shirt he was wearing to support the LGBTQ community, a guard told him to remove it because it was “political.” When Wahl, an independent journalist from the U.S. who covers

How ‘Linked-Fate Voting’ Can Help Explain American Elections

With his announcement that in 2024 he would make another run at the White House, former President Donald Trump made clear his belief that the conditions that once brought him victory still hold true. Despite a midterm election season that didn’t produce the tidal wave of Republican victories widely predicted, it would be easy to

I Tested Positive for COVID-19 Right Before the Holidays. What Should I Do?

The dreaded scenario has happened: you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 at the worst time, with holiday travel, parties, or family gatherings just days away. Does this mean your plans are doomed? Even nearly three years into the pandemic, the answer is surprisingly complicated. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says most people

The FBI Wasn’t Supposed to Be Political—But It Has Been Since the Beginning

For six long years, Donald Trump has been at war with the FBI. During the 2016 campaign, he complained of foot-dragging in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, demanding that the bureau “lock her up” without supporting evidence. Once he became president, he asked for unswerving loyalty from FBI director James Comey, only to fire Comey

Iran’s World Cup Team Remained Silent During Their National Anthem

During the opening match against England at the FIFA World Cup on Monday, Iran’s national men’s soccer team chose not to sing their national anthem in an apparent show of support for the ongoing protests back home. All 11 starting players stood silent while the Iranian anthem played inside the Khalifa International Stadium in Qatar.

Vaccines Helped to Control COVID-19. But the Global Rollout Is Still Broken

As successful as the COVID-19 vaccines have been in curbing the pandemic, their benefits haven’t been enjoyed equally by people around the globe. Throughout the pandemic—and even now—vaccine development and distribution has been undeniably lopsided, skewed in favor of developed countries with the resources to create, test, manufacture, and distribute shots when the need arises.

5 Killed and Several Injured in Shooting at LGBTQ Nightclub in Colorado Springs. Here’s What We Know So Far

At least five people were killed and another 25 injured when a gunman opened fire inside an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Saturday night, according to authorities. “Heroic” patrons are credited with stopping the shooting before police arrived on the scene and arrested the 22-year-old suspect. Officials say the number of injured people

The 10 Best Albums of 2022

A wealth of new albums in 2022 pushed the boundaries of genre, theme, and sound. From seasoned veterans like Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar, returning in triumph with fresh records and even fresher perspectives, to exciting young artists like Saya Gray, whose debut album, 19 Masters, should make any listener excited for the future of music

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Blue Jean Baby! FRAME’s Black Friday Sale Is Here — Save Up to 60% Off!

Sponsored content. Us Weekly receives compensation for this article as well as for purchases made when you click on a link and buy something below. Denim deals for days! New York Fashion Week is cool and all, but Cyber Week has our heart. The beauty of this once-a-year savings event is that we can shop

15 of the Best Nordstrom Black Friday Deals — Up to 68% Off!

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Black Friday at Nordstrom! It’s begun! Thousands and thousands of holiday deals have arrived, but only for a limited time! Most-wanted fashion and accessories, luxury beauty, elevated home decor — Nordstrom has it all, and it’s all on

XOXO! Revisit Gossip Girl’s Iconic Thanksgiving Episodes

Relationships and alliances may have changed over the six seasons of Gossip Girl, but there was one thing fans could always count on: Thanksgiving drama. With the exception of season 5, Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively), Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester), Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford), Dan Humphrey (Penn Badgley), and Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) found themselves

‘27 Dresses’ Cast: Where Are They Now? Katherine Heigl, James Marsden, More

Always a bridesmaid! 27 Dresses captivated audiences in 2008 with its rom-com story line, empowering female lead and variety of ugly bridesmaid gowns. The romantic story of Jane (Katherine Heigl) being obsessed with weddings — while pining over her boss George (Edward Burns) — is a tale as old as time. While Jane falls victim