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Does your dog need a coat?
  + stars: | 2024-02-24 | by ( Alicia Wallace | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +11 min
But all this begs the question: Does your dog need a coat? From high-fashion to high-performanceThere’s evidence of dog fashion and clothing throughout history — from the ancient Egyptians and 19th-century Paris dog boutiques to early 20th-century photographs of dogs wearing clothes. Prada's Re-Nylon puffer dog coat with hood comes in two colors and three sizes, $825 From PradaBut the transition from Fifth Avenue high-end and high fashion to high-performance and technical function has certainly accelerated in recent decades. Doberman Pinschers — along with sleek breeds like Greyhounds and Whippets — are prime candidates for dog coats because of their short hair, thin skin and minimal body fat. “Make sure the coat fits well for safety and they’re supervised while wearing the coat.
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Former Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii claimed not to know that attendees could choose her in a poll to pick Trump’s potential running mate, while South Dakota Gov. The jockeying to become Trump’s vice presidential pick, playing out behind the scenes for weeks if not longer, spilled into the open at this week’s CPAC, the country’s annual gathering of conservatives. The various approaches to campaigning for the job were on full display inside CPAC, and it’s uncertain which will win over Trump. “Last year, when everyone was asking me if I was going to consider running for president, I said no. “Because anything could happen to Trump.”But he conceded it was a fool’s errand trying to guess whom Trump might pick.
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CNN —An Alabama Supreme Court ruling that decided frozen embryos are children, and those who destroy them can be held liable for wrongful death, shows a new way in which the overturning of Roe v. Wade can affect how embryos are viewed under certain state laws. That decision is the first known case in which a US court has ruled that frozen embryos are human beings. Events leading up to the Alabama Supreme Court decision can be traced to 2006, when the criminal statute for homicide in the state was changed to include in utero. President Joe Biden said in a statement Thursday that the Alabama Supreme Court decision was a “direct result” of the overturning of Roe. “From the beginning, I’ve been warning that the fall of Roe v. Wade wasn’t just about abortion – and the recent Alabama Supreme Court ruling proves that,” Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth, who introduced the legislation with Pennsylvania Rep. Susan Wild, wrote in an email Thursday.
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Marissa Fattore, 21, had a stroke at her graduation ceremony. On her college graduation day, Marissa Fattore woke up feeling "off." CVST occurs when blood clots block the venous sinuses in the brain, stopping blood from draining out. No more than 10 in 10,000 people a year develop blood clots as a result of being on birth control, according to Cleveland Clinic, compared to the 1 to 5 per 10,000 people who develop blood clots each year and aren't on hormonal birth control. She wants people to know that cardiovascular disease can happen to anyone and that learning the warning signs could help save a life.
Persons: Marissa Fattore, Fattore, she'd, Pratima Gupta Organizations: Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, American Heart Association, Women Class, of Obstetrics, Gynecology, Reproductive Sciences, UC San Diego Health, Cleveland Clinic
US law enforcement officials have also been closely monitoring the incident to determine if a federal crime was committed, a senior US official familiar with the matter told CNN. Tom Brenner/ReutersA longtime political consultant, Kramer worked for Kanye West’s 2020 presidential bid and has a history of producing robocalls. Phillips’ campaign said it had no knowledge of his reported involvement with the AI Biden call. He said that Kramer told him to delete all of the emails between the two of them, and that he did. As figures at the center of American political scandals go, Carpenter is certainly “eccentric” – a word he uses to describe himself.
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Katie Ortman Doble is a headhunter who uses LinkedIn like a digital Rolodex. Katie Ortman DobleNick invited my sisters to go ring shopping with him shortly after we celebrated one year of dating. Katie Ortman DobleWe never gave up hopeWe spent our 30s in fight or flight mode, but we never gave up hope. Katie Ortman DobleWe both maintained our careers, although I did take a much-needed break from my job and LinkedIn networking in 2019. Katie Ortman DobleUnexpected connections can end up sustaining usThis week, Nick and I celebrate nine years of marriage.
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Thrift stores are a great place to find hidden gems. A Pennsylvania Goodwill recently received an extremely rare LEGO piece that it was able to sell for a small fortune. The Dubois, Pa. store received a donation of a box of jewelry that contained something curious: a gold Bionicle mask from the popular action figure line from the early 2000s. "We didn't know what we had when we found it," a representative for Goodwill in North Central Pennsylvania told local news station WTAJ in an interview this week. "It came in a box full of random jewelry from the State College store.
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A number of congressional Republicans running in 2024 are swiftly distancing themselves from a controversial Alabama Supreme Court ruling seen as infringing on IVF, the latest obstacle for GOP candidates in the post-Roe era. IVF allowed me, as it has so many others, to start my family,” California Republican Rep. Michelle Steel, who represents a district carried by Biden, said on X. On the campaign trail though, the National Republican Congressional Committee is trying to help candidates navigate what is emerging as a tricky political moment. The memo tells candidates to “express support for IVF” and “oppose restrictions” on the procedure. Even some conservatives are going out of their way to express support for IVF and distance themselves from the Alabama ruling.
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download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . My flu clinical trial stay came with free room serviceThe study took place in a 3-star hotel in downtown Baltimore. (Just to be clear: I would never eat in my bed at home — gross — but when living in a hotel room with an extra bed, why not?) I'm lucky that I'm not prone to cabin fever, so the prospect of being stuck, quarantine-like, inside a hotel room didn't faze me. We waited for several days for the researchers to find a proper "donor" who could spread the flu.
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In an interview with NBC News, Paul Carpenter said he was hired to create the audio by Steve Kramer, a campaign specialist recently paid over $100,000 by long shot Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Dean Phillips' campaign. Around the time of their collaboration, in January, Federal Election Commission records show that Phillips' campaign paid Kramer $112,353 for "NEW YORK BALLOT ACCESS 2ND PAYMENT" and more than $17,000 for similar work in Pennsylvania. AdvertisementDespite having paid Kramer for campaign services, Phillips' campaign press secretary, Katie Dolan, said the trailing campaign did not ask for the Biden audio to be produced. Phillips' campaign didn't appear to receive much of a boost — if any — from the fraudulent robocall scam. After weeks of campaigning, Biden trounced him in New Hampshire's Democratic primary via a write-in campaign.
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CNN —President Joe Biden is embracing his bully pulpit as he calls out resistance from former President Donald Trump and Republicans on Ukraine and Russia. In repeatedly assailing Trump and his party from the White House, Biden also hopes to illustrate the stakes of the upcoming election and demonstrate his own efforts to unite the west against Russian aggression. House Republicans have scuttled efforts to pass a bipartisan border security bill and additional assistance for Ukraine – both at Trump’s urging. “Trump gave an invitation to Putin to invade some of our ally, NATO allies,” Biden said earlier this month. Why can’t Trump just say that?” Biden said in a White House video released Tuesday.
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In the next several months, "The Squad" will face its biggest electoral test yet. AdvertisementAfter spending big in Democratic primaries in 2022, pro-Israel groups are again working to defeat several Squad members by electing more moderate, pro-Israel Democrats in their place. Other pro-Israel groups, including Democratic Majority for Israel, are also expected to spend significant sums of money. Several Squad members now face not just well-funded primary challengers, but significant personal scandals that could cost them with former supporters. AdvertisementHowever not all Squad members are endangered, and several of them are expected to cruise to reelection as the group faces primaries across 7 states between now and September.
Persons: Summer Lee of, AIPAC —, Republican megadonors Organizations: Justice, Business, Democratic Party, Democratic, Israel Democrats, United Democracy, Israel, AIPAC, Republican Locations: Summer Lee of Pennsylvania, Gaza, Israel
A CNN analysis of state health departments finds that at least 33 states and the District of Columbia have naloxone vending machines. Other states, like Delaware, don’t currently have vending machines but plan to launch programs this year. Machines need to be restocked every dayOklahoma’s naloxone vending machine program launched in June. Naloxone vending machine programs often can face opposition from the communities where they are placed. He says he has heard some criticisms or “difficult” questions about the naloxone vending machines and other programs.
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She won't throw her daughter a birthday party each year and instead opts for family celebrations. AdvertisementA Pennsylvania mother swatted down criticism after saying she wouldn't host birthday parties for her daughter each year. But it actually is not my first time dealing with negative comments and a viral video," Light said. AdvertisementShe continued: "Here's the deal: She is getting a first birthday party, she is getting a Sweet Sixteen and she is getting a graduation party. In the same video, Light told viewers she knows her daughter might want a birthday party one day, which is fine.
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San Marzano tomatoes are prized by chefs around the world for their intense flavor and are routinely recommended by recipe writers, but one woman in California said that her effort to make a sauce from these rich and balanced tomatoes was upset by a misleading label. Simpson Imports, a Pennsylvania tomato seller, has for years sold Roma tomatoes in cans and boxes, but the California woman, Andrea Valiente, said in a lawsuit filed last year that the company had used “highly misleading tomato packaging to trick consumers into believing that they are purchasing genuine San Marzano tomatoes, at San Marzano prices.”Simpson Imports sought to dismiss the lawsuit, but Araceli Martínez-Olguín, a U.S. District Court judge for the Northern District of California, said in an order on Tuesday that some of Ms. Valiente’s claims could move forward. Simpson Imports said in an emailed statement that it “strongly disputes that reasonable consumers could have been deceived” by the label since “San Marzano” does not appear on it.
Persons: Andrea Valiente, ” Simpson, Araceli, Valiente’s, , San Marzano Organizations: Simpson Imports, U.S, Northern, Northern District of Locations: California, Pennsylvania, San, Northern District, Northern District of California
Maskot | Digitalvision | Getty Images'Homeownership has a lot more expenses than renting'"Homeownership has a lot more expenses than renting: taxes, insurance, maintenance, down payment. All these factors need to be considered," said Cherry, a member of CNBC's Financial Advisor Council. "Understand what it is to be a homeowner and how things work," said Elliott, also a member of CNBC's Financial Advisor Council. "The cost of homeownership versus renting has been made [it] daunting to become a homeowner. "At the end of the day, what good is being a homeowner when you can't provide basic necessities for yourself and your loved ones?"
Persons: Cherry, Kamila Elliott, Elliott, Susan M, Wachter, Preston D, Jacob Channel Organizations: Digitalvision, Getty, CNBC's, CFP, Wealth Partners, CNBC, Council, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Cherry Locations: Atlanta, U.S
Double majors are less likely to experience "earnings shocks" like job losses, per a new paper. While it’s unclear why graduates with double majors offered workers this protection, the researchers speculated that it had something to do with their diversified skillsets. A University of Pennsylvania research paper from 2021 found that double majors tended to earn more money over the course of their careers — STEM and business double majors saw the biggest income boost. As of 2015, about 13% of Americans between ages 20 and 29 were double majors, per American Community Survey data. Roughly 10% of the individuals analyzed in the working paper were double majors.
Persons: , Andrew Hanks, , ” Bruce Weinberg Organizations: Service, National Bureau of Economic Research, Stanford, Ohio State University, American, Survey, Ohio State, University of Pennsylvania, US Department of Education Locations: Ohio State
Creditnews ranked the10 best and 10 worst U.S. metro areas for first-time homebuyers in 2024. Creditnews Research analyzed America's 50 largest metro areas to find the best and worst housing markets for first-time buyers. The best metro area for first-time buyers: PittsburghPittsburgh is the No. 2 best metro area for first-time buyers, according to Creditnews. 10 worst metro areas for first-time homebuyers: San JoseThe San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara metro area was ranked the worst for first-time buyers in 2024.
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CNN —Speaker Mike Johnson is facing international criticism over his lack of swift action on Ukraine aid, which is ratcheting up pressure to make a critical decision that will not only have massive implications for his rookie speakership but also for Ukraine’s ongoing war effort against Russia. “If there is a Mike Johnson plan, there aren’t any House Republicans that are aware of its existence.”The pressure cooker Johnson is facing has exposed some frustration over how he has approached his speakership. At a time when House Republicans are looking to their leader to make a decisive choice, the speaker has instead elevated members to bring forward their own ideas without articulating his own preferences. “Ukraine is in desperate need of the US aid, passed by an overwhelming bipartisan vote on the floor of the United States Senate. “We’re looking at a number of options on our leadership team.”Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has repeatedly hammered Johnson over his inaction.
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CNN —House Republicans were shocked by some of the recent high-profile retirements announced by their colleagues, which have included powerful committee chairs and rising stars inside the GOP. And on the Energy and Commerce Committee alone – a highly sought-after assignment – there are eight Republicans who are retiring. “So, yeah, I’m very worried about it.”Others, however, said the turnover is completely normal, especially since the House GOP has self-imposed term limits for chairs, which they argued allows them to inject new blood into the ranks. We probably need a few more retirements.”McCarthy – who resigned at the end of last year – suggested that was perhaps the goal of hard-liners like Good and GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida who voted to oust him. It’s just a number of things piling up,” said House Science Committee Chair Frank Lucas, reflecting on the retirements.
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Getting around on foot is a breeze — I don't rely on public transit as much as I did in Chicago. AdvertisementAfter living in Chicago for a year, I thought that I'd learned everything there is to know about living in a big city — until I moved to Philadelphia. Chicago is a sports city, too, but the Bears don't draw anywhere close to the same passion as the Eagles. It's pretty quiet for a big cityPhiladelphia is a major city but I don't think it's a particularly loud one. Julie LowePhiladelphia is what some call a big city with small-town charm.
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Mitch McConnell likes the GOP's chances this fall as they seek to regain control of the Senate. "I think that this is the best map I've seen in a long time," he recently told The Washington Post. Democrats and Republicans will be fighting an intense battle amid a likely Biden-Trump rematch. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . "I think that this is the best map I've seen in a long time," the veteran Kentucky lawmaker told the Post.
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Taylor Swift performs at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2015. From Taylor Swift On her birthday in 2019, Swift shared this photo of herself as a child. From Taylor Swift A 13-year-old Swift sings the National Anthem before an NBA game in Philadelphia in 2002. John Mabangalo/Pool/Getty Images Swift performs during a sold-out show at New York's Madison Square Garden in 2009. Ethan Miller/Getty Images Swift performs onstage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles during her 1989 tour in 2015.
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Yet large numbers of Americans believe the founders intended the U.S. to be a Christian nation, and many believe it should be one. The idea of a Christian America means different things to different people. Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas, said he doesn’t identify as a Christian nationalist, but does believe America was founded as a Christian nation. Six in 10 U.S. adults said the founders intended America to be a Christian nation, according to a 2022 Pew Research Center survey. About 45% said the U.S. should be a Christian nation.
Persons: Donald Trump, God, it’s, Trump, , Eric McDaniel, McDaniel, , ” Trump, Mike Johnson, Thomas Jefferson, Johnson, Steve Bannon, Jerusalem ”, Charlie Kirk, Robert Jeffress, “ I’m, I’m, shouldn’t, John Jay —, , ” Jeffress, doesn’t, ” Anthea Butler, Butler, John, Joe Biden, John Jay, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Jesus, George Washington Organizations: U.S, Republicans, Constitution, Pew Research Center, University of Texas, America, Republican, Washington Metropolitan Area, Vocal, Trump, Kentucky Republican, Baptist Church of, Supreme, University of Pennsylvania, Blacks, Native, John Fea, Messiah University, Democratic, Religion Research Institute, Fea, Lilly Endowment Inc, AP Locations: Independence, U.S, America, Washington, Jerusalem, ” Recent Texas , Oklahoma, Baptist Church of Dallas, Mechanicsburg , Pennsylvania, Brookings
Over the course of several days, The Associated Press interviewed a cross section of voters in Northampton County to ask whether Biden's messaging around the fate of democracy was resonating. These voters represented parts of the very coalition Biden will need to win Pennsylvania again — Black voters, Latinos, independents and moderates from both parties. A Biden campaign spokesperson said the democracy message is central to the campaign but it is not the only one the campaign will use to reach voters. Getting Black voters engaged is going to take more from Biden, she believes, because so far his campaign messages have not resonated. But Lopez thinks messages of fear and Trump imperiling American democracy are essentially meaningless for many of the county's working class voters.
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