Vote for Fashion Bombshell of the Week: Will it be Arraya from Georgia Avery from Georgia or Patty from New York

Hey there bombshells. Each week we choose Fashion Bomb Daily readers to highlight their personal style and flair and now we want to hear from you! Vote for who you think should be crowned Fashion Bombshell of the Week. Check out the contenders below.

Opening the week was Bombshell Arraya from Georgia. If glamour, street wear and avant garde birthed a child, this is what it would look like. From killer casual looks to one of a kind silhouettes, this Bombshell oozes innovation.

Next was Avery also from Georgia. Avery’s wardrobe is colorful and eye catching. She adds an edginess to …

Top sales to shop this weekend: Overstock, Converse, and more

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This weekend, you’ll find a deal on Converse shoes, discounted Homesick candles and savings on popular Kindle titles at Amazon. All that and more below.


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Save 30% on shoes including the iconic Chuck Taylors at the Converse outlet when you use the code FAMILY. Just under 30 pairs are up for this discount, so you can fit the whole family with a new pair of sneakers — just be sure to act fast, as this deal lasts only through March 9.

Popular Kindle E-Books at Amazon

Popular Kindle e-books at Amazon
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Popular Kindle e-books at Amazon


Monitoring the Right Wing: German Officials Seek to Turn up the Heat on the AfD

At 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Thomas Haldenwang, head of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), Germany’s domestic intelligence agency, invited his colleagues from the state offices to join a video conference. They didn’t know for sure what the focus of the meeting would be. But they had a pretty good idea: The far-right party Alternative for Germany (AfD) is seen as a “suspected threat” by the BfV.

That would mean that party officials could be placed under surveillance using tools available to the secret service: observing meetings, reading emails and listening in on phone calls.

China subjects some travelers to anal swabs, angering foreign governments.

China is requiring some travelers arriving from overseas to receive an invasive anal swab test as part of its coronavirus containment measures, a move that has outraged and shocked several foreign governments.

Japanese officials said on Monday that they had formally asked China to exempt Japanese citizens from the test, adding that some who had received it complained of “psychological distress.” And the United States State Department last moth said it had registered a protest with the Chinese government after some of its diplomats were forced to undergo anal swabs, though Chinese officials denied that.

It is not clear how

Modern Love: My Parents’ Divorce and That Two-House, Duffel-Bag Life

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In the first stage, denial, I refused to accept that my parents’ divorce was happening. I would drag my feet along with my mother or father to open houses and real estate agents’ offices. With a book or granola bar in hand, I would drift from reality and truly believe that I was going to return home that evening to them making dinner together in the kitchen, smiling and saying, “Sorry we worried you sweetie, but everything’s fine now.”

It wasn’t until they each …