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Supporters of what is often called the “fat acceptance” movement say they want to stop the bias society often directs toward overweight people, especially women. Opponents say this is only rationalizing, even glorifying, obesity. Where's the middle ground?
Zara launched a new fashion line for fall that it says “embraces a woman who looks into a more sustainable future.”
Colin Kaepernick's stand against racism drove his jersey to the top of the NFL's best-seller list.
Instead of targeting the 'cool kids' with six-pack abs, Abercrombie’s apparel and stores will now focus on customers’ “best self and inner confidence.” That is quite a turnaround in messaging, but is it too late for the retailer?
The 2020 Summer Games medals could be derived from electronic waste, mostly from computers and smartphones.
Former supermodel Tyra Banks will co-teach a personal branding course this fall at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
Twitter established a policy on reporting abuse several years ago. But the trolling keeps getting uglier, and more prominent users are closing their accounts. The result is a long-term threat to Twitter's business viability.
It is definitely worth your time to drop San Juan Bautista, check out the mission, and poke around the old shops and buildings for an hour or two.
The Land of Medicine Buddha, a beautiful meditation retreat in the mountains above Soquel, California, offer a quiet respite from everyday life.
In what many hailed as a victory for progress, the NBA will move the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte, North Carolina, in response to the state's anti-LGBT legislation.
No other town in the Golden State has such a high concentration of historic homes and businesses; aficionados of Victorian architecture will be in love with Pacific Grove.
It's easy to appreciate Carmel for its low-key beauty and spectacular cypress tree-dusted scenery.