Weekly News Update

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  • Lifehacker suggests several comfy-yet-office-appropriate styles, including this green suit from Zara.
  • Business Insider shares how a work uniform can streamline your routine.
  • U.S. News reports on pharmacists’ “Top Recommended Health Products” from allergy relief to topical antibiotics.
  • Huffington Post shares Chelsea Clinton’s response to comments about her favorite pair of scuffed-up pumps.
  • The New York Post reports that Neiman Marcus has taken itself off of the auction block.
  • Politico investigates why the United States “has flatlined when it comes to electing women.”
  • The Pool recounts a public relations trailblazer’s response to all-male panel at PR conference: “we don’t need to speak up, we need to be heard.”
  • New York magazine’s The Cut shares quotes from 25 famous women about their furry friends.
  • The Mary Sue reminds us why we should be following J.K. Rowling on Twitter based on her response to someone calling U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May “a whore.” The Washington Post also recently reported that Rowling offered to share the president’s tweets with author Stephen King after the horror writer was reportedly blocked by Trump.
  • The Hollywood Reporter shares why “for women over 40, TV’s feminism is flawed.”
  • Laugh of the Week: The Onion presents a helpful guide to wedding attire.

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