18 Fall Coats You’ll Wish You’d Bought While They’re On Sale At Nordstrom

Despite the humidity and high temps, we’re already thinking about the fall coats and jackets we know we’ll need in a few short months. That’s why we’ve skimmed through Nordstrom’s on-sale coats to find a few gems that are worth snatching up while they’re marked down.  From trench rain coats and wool wrap coats to faux fur and leather jackets, we’ve found 18 gorgeous pieces of outerwear you’ll wish you’d purchased while they’re on sale now. Take a look at our favorites below:  HuffPost may receive a share from purchases…

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What Would The World Be Like Without Roe v. Wade?

Brandishing a wire coat hanger, New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon took the podium at a rally against the nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court earlier this month. Kavanaugh is thought to satisfy Donald Trump’s pledge to appoint justices who will vote to overturn Roe v. Wade. Nixon’s voice shook as she predicted that a newly conservative court would take the country back to a time when women — including her own mother — resorted to self-administered abortions with, yes, coat hangers, or to illegal and…

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How to sleep: Five foods to help you get a good night’s shut-eye

How to sleep can sometimes seem impossible, especially in the hot weather. With UK temperatures remaining high in the evening, according to the Met Office, sleeping at night will likely remain difficult. However, diet changes could help clock up the hours spent asleep. Eating certain foods could actually help increase sleep, and bring people closer to the NHS recommended seven to nine hours every night. Try these five foods to sleep longer, according to Healthline. Chamomile tea “This is a popular herbal tea that may offer a variety of health…

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Whyte v Parker LIVE STREAM WARNING – Fans may face ‘legal action’ over illegal streaming

With tonight’s fight between Dillian Whyte and Joseph Parker, only available via Sky Box Office pay-per-view fans may be tempted to try and tune in illegally for free. Watching sport via online live streams, and TV Players such as Kodi, has become hugely popular over the past few years but choosing to view in this way does come with its risks. Watching content without the permission of the rights holder is illegal and could land you with a nasty fine. And it’s worth remembering that it’s not just watching content…

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Pinterest’s Top 10 Instant Pot Recipes Of 2018 So Far

It’s no coincidence that on that same day, searches for Instant Pot recipes shot up 152 percent on Pinterest. Home cooks wanted to know what exactly they should be brewing with their new gadget. Because there are more than 9 million Instant Pot recipes on Pinterest, sorting through the winners and losers can be overwhelming. But we’re about to make that really easy for you. Pinterest shared its 10 most popular Instant Pot recipes from 2018 so far, and we’ve got them for you right here. From mac and cheese to…

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Theresa May leadership under fire: Tory MPs plot to oust Prime Minister before October | Politics | News

Rival Tory camps are primed for an autumn showdown after the Prime Minister’s Brexit proposals were met with an icy response in Europe. One source told The Times that an autumn leadership election was “nailed on”, adding that Mrs May would “be out by October”. Mrs May’s held talks with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis the day after EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier said the single bloc would never accept the Prime Minister’s customs deal. The customs proposals would see Britain collect EU tariffs on…

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Facebook Google and Twitter to face FAKE NEWS crackdown | Politics | News

The British Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has conducted an in-depth inquiry into fake news and social media platform’s behaviours and is expected to take serious actions to change their current outlook. According to the draft version of the report leaked last night by Former Vote Leave chief Dominic Cummings, MPs are set to demand for these firms to be made legally liable for any harmful and illegal content published on their platforms. Members of the committee are also expected to propose a hefty tax on the firms to…

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Brexit news: Liam Fox warns extending Brexit talks would be a BETRAYAL of voters | Politics | News

The Brexiteer also took aim at the European Commission’s “theological attachment” to ever-closer union, which he warned would have a “large cost” for EU member states. International Trade Secretary Mr Fox, arguably the most influential Brexiteer still in Mrs May’s cabinet, also stressed that the 2016 referendum “was not a consultation” – a stance which has won backing from Jacob Rees-Mogg. Speaking to Business Insider, he said if no agreement had been reached by March 29, 2019 – the day the UK is scheduled to quit the block, Britain should…

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Brexit plan B to be presented to EU if Barnier rejects Chequers plan | Politics | News

Former Brexit Secretary David Davis first started work on the plan, which is based on first class deals between the EU and other nations such as Canada, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand. But the paperwork remained unfinished following his shock resignation last month after locking horns with Mrs May over her current Chequers arrangement. The document has now been left in the hands of Mr Davis’s successor Dominic Raab to finish and is said to be a backdrop option in case the Chequers deal falls through. David Davis told…

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