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The Latest on U. S. tribes' protest of a plan by a Paris auction house to sell Native American ceremonial objects (all times local):
A U. S. Department of State official says the auctions that put up Native American ceremonial and cultural items for bidding in Paris are "fundamentally wrong.
Linda MillerOPI is celebrating the new “Alice through the Looking Glass” movie with a Brights nail polish collection inspired by the film’s mad, crazy and wonderful characters.
The collection features eight bold, limited-edition shades, each available in both lacquer and gel formulas.
This is OPI’s second collaboration with the Disney film franchise.
ROME • Friends, Romans, countrymen! Oh yes, and countrywomen. And people in far-flung nations. Everyone, basically. Rome is seeking all the sponsors it can find to fund the monumental job of restoring and maintaining its hundreds of fountains, statues, archaeological…
The National Football League announced host cities for the 2019 through 2021 Super Bowls on Tuesday. Next year's Super Bowl LI will be held in Houston, it was announced in 2013, while in 2014 the league decided to send 2018's Super Bowl LII to Minneapolis. Today's announcement reveals Super Bowl LIII will take place in Atlanta in 2019, Super Bowl LIV in Miami in 2020, and Super Bowl LV in Los Angeles in 2021.
Several of the games will be held in entirely new stadiums: The 53rd championship game, in Atlanta, will be in the yet-to-be-constructed Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and Minneapolis' U.
An ultra-rare "werewolf cat" is believed to have been discovered by an animal rescue group in South Africa, ABC News reports. Dubbed Eyona, meaning "the one," the tiny kitten is thought to belong to the rare Lykoi breed — a natural mutation that occurs in domestic shorthair cats and makes them "resemble a werewolf."
Since 2011, there have only been 34 known natural Lykoi mutations in the world; Eyona would be the 35th.