• More than 100 Inauguration Day protesters indicted on rioting charges

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    More than 100 Inauguration Day protesters indicted on rioting charges

    A grand jury has indicted more than 100 Inauguration Day protesters on rioting charges in Washington, D.C. In total, 209 people have now been indicted.

    The indictment, handed up D.C. Superior Court on Wednesday, charged 146 additional protesters with felony rioting — meaning they face a fine of up to $25,000 and a maximum of 10 years in prison.

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    On Inauguration Day — Jan. 20 — 230 people were arrested and charged with felony rioting. Twelve cases have been dismissed.

    Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies provided 3,000 officers and were supported by 5,000 National Guard members and police officers in patrolling the streets during President Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony.

    Nevertheless, protesters clashed with cops in various locations throughout the day. The final confrontation led to the arrests of more than 200 people near Franklin Square, about a mile and a half from Capitol Hill.

    As a result, four businesses were vandalized and sustained “significant damage,” demonstrators lighted a limousine on fire, and six police office suffered minor injuries after protesters set fires and threw rocks, bricks, trash cans and …read more  

  • Texans digging underground for doomsday prep

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    Texans digging underground for doomsday prep

    A growing number of Texans are digging deep as more people prepare for doomsday.

    With anxiety growing around the political environment to terrorism and climate change, survivalism is edging deeper into mainstream culture as the market expands for survival shelters.

    Clyde Scott, owner of the Rising S Company — one of the largest survival bunker manufacturers in the U.S. — has found that preparing for the worst has created a new demand for the best.

    And since the 2016 election, he says business has been booming.

    “Whenever he was actually inaugurated the phone really just blew up,” Scott told CBS in Austin.

    Anxiety of existential threat, mass shootings and looming threats of climate have helped contribute to the sales surge.

    “There’s people who believe Trump is going to take us directly into war,” Scott said.

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    “Customers are all over the map. It isn’t just Christian conservatives that buy bunkers anymore,” said Scott. “I’m over a year backed up just to get out of this shop what I have right now to build.”

    Though the “prepper movement” has long been practice of a class of elites with million-dollar budgets, the marketplace has expanded …read more  

  • Following this color code will help you find makeup perfect for your face

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    Following this color code will help you find makeup perfect for your face

    By Angeli Kakade, Buzz60

    The power of red lipstick goes deep making anyone who wears it feel sexy and empowered. That is unless the red is too dark, or too orange, or misses that pink hue your skin tone needs.

    That’s right. The wrong makeup color for your skin tone can make that bold feeling melt away faster than mascara on a hot day.

    As The Daily Mail reports, beauty expert Lisa Franklin advises that the first step in wearing the right makeup colors is to determine if your skin tone is warm or cold.

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    If yellow-based foundations blend well with your skin, you’re warm. If pink-based foundation does the trick, you’re cold.

    For warm tones, experts advise to stick with fall colors on the eyes and browns and taupe shades for the cheeks — and definitely rock a bright red or orange lip. For cool tones, stick with peach or berry colors for the lips and neutrals for the eyes.

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    Your eye color also …read more