The 17 most rewatchable TV shows of all time

Sometimes you’re just not in the mood to watch something new. And that’s okay, because there are plenty of good reasons to watch certain TV shows multiple times. It’s incredibly rewarding to watch complex dramas or meta comedies that rapidly fire off jokes because there’s a lot you might’ve missed the first (or second, or third) time around. And a few shows are worth revisiting simply for nostalgia’s sake. We put together a list of the most rewatchable shows that are great to revisit for either (or both) of those reasons, from “Arrested Development” to “Mad Men.” SEE ALSO: The 29 most rewatchable movies of all time “Game of Thrones”… Read More

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Meet the entrepreneur who has made $1 million by selling clothes with a popular app

Poshmark is an online marketplace where people can buy and sell clothing from boutiques or their own closets. Suzanne Canon is the first seller on Poshmark to pull in $1 million in sales. In May, the company announced that it had paid out $1 billion to its sellers so far. In 2012, Suzanne Canon decided she wanted to make a quick buck on the side while doing the books for her husband’s business. So, she started selling clothes from her closet using an app called Poshmark. Within five years, 39-year-old Canon has grown from selling on the side to setting up her own wholesale clothing business and being the first… Read More

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The Supreme Court decision that will put more taxes on internet sales is good news for you

The Supreme Court this week ruled that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don’t have a physical presence in the states. It’s good news for consumers. It will ultimately lead to a fairer and more rational tax system, even if it means missing out on deals from time to time. President Donald Trump says the Supreme Court decision in Wayfair vs. South Dakota is a “great victory for consumers and retailers.” He happens to be right, even if the real reason he likes this decision is he thinks it’s bad for Amazon and Jeff Bezos. The decision reverses two Supreme Court rulings from decades ago,… Read More

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The DOJ has turned over additional FISA records to Republicans, and former intelligence officials say the implications could be ‘catastrophic’

The DOJ has turned over additional Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) records related to the Russia investigation to House Republicans. Asked about the development, one former senior FBI official replied that the national-security implications could be “catastrophic.” Republicans say the DOJ has not responded to all their subpoena requests and indicated a willingness to hold deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein in contempt of Congress if the department does not comply. Sign up for the latest Russia investigation updates here» The Department of Justice (DOJ) has turned over additional surveillance records of President Donald Trump’s associates that were collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to House Republicans, according to… Read More

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This psychedelic, Instagram-worthy art exhibit was co-designed by Hollywood royalty — take a look inside

At the fourth annual 29Rooms exhibit, hosted by media company Refinery29, an attendee can lounge inside a caramel-scented canopy, perch themselves atop a throne of puffy clouds, or even walk into “The Womb” for a simulation of being in utero (yes, you read that right). The art exhibition is in San Francisco for the first time this weekend, ending June 24th. It showcases 29 interactive, creative spaces designed to allow guests an opportunity to unleash their imagination and express themselves uninhibitedly. Better yet, it was co-created by celebrity artists, including Janelle Monae, Jessica Alba, and Jake Gyllenhaal. It’s also extremely Instagram-worthy: Bold displays of color, neon lights and temporary tattoos… Read More

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In Japan, there are classes and holidays to show men how to appreciate their wives

Japan has begun offering classes and celebrating holidays that encourage men to appreciate their wives. Right now Japan is in the midst of a fertility crisis, which could be partly related to the lack of steady jobs for men and partly related to the all-consuming nature of work. The creator of “Beloved Wives Day, “the holiday that encourages men to appreciate their wives, says the “adoring husband” could be part of a traditional Japanese culture. The Atlantic recently reported on Ikumen classes in Japan, or classes that teach men how to be better fathers. The catch? At least in the session that Atlantic reporter Stephen Marche attended, none of the… Read More

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‘Why should we make foreigners rich?’: Taxi drivers are taking on Uber and Grab in Bali, and some are turning to violence

In Bali, ride-sharing apps like Uber and its Southeast Asian counterparts Grab and Go-Jek are tourists’ first choice to get around the island. Taxi drivers have repeatedly threatened, attacked, and harassed ride-sharing drivers, who they feel are violating Bali’s unwritten traditional laws and profiting off their communities. It’s become increasingly clear that tourists’ use of ride-sharing apps has disrupted Bali’s traditions and culture in unexpected ways. I spoke to more than a dozen taxi drivers, ride-sharing drivers, and regular Balinese, which revealed the unusual story of what happens when centuries of culture slam into new technology. If I get my ass kicked by a gang of taxi drivers, I thought… Read More

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Trump advises GOP: Quit wasting time on immigration.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Just when House Republicans needed Donald Trump’s backing the most — on their big immigration overhaul — he dashed off a presidential tweet saying they should quit wasting their time on it. The Friday tweet is hardly the first time the president has abandoned his allies in a moment of need. Over and over, Trump has proven himself a saboteur, willing to walk away from promises and blow up a deal, undermining the GOP agenda in Congress. “You just fear that tweet in the morning,” said Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida. The retiring Republican said members of Congress can’t help but think, “Oh no, how many policies… Read More

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Joanna Gaines and Chip Gaines Welcome Fifth Child!

It’s officially time for Joanna Gaines and Chip Gaines to go from fixing up houses to changing dirty diapers. That’s right, readers: The beloved couple has welcomed its fifth child into its precious fold! Without revealing the newborn’s measuremeants, gender or name, Chip broke this very exciting piece of news via a Tweet early Saturday morning that reads as follows: And then there were 5.. The Gaines crew is now 1 stronger! 10 beautiful toes and 10 beautiful fingers all accounted for, and big momma is doing great! The faithful reality star added the hashtah “#blessedBeyondBelief.” The new addition joins siblings Emmie Kay, 8, Duke, 9, Ella, 11, and Drake,… Read More

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