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Outdoor Voices’ Ty Haney has announced her pregnancy with a cheeky Instagram post.
The chief executive officer and founder and her fiancé, country singer and actor Mark Wystrach, are expecting their first child, a baby girl, this November. Haney took to her Instagram account to reveal the news, posting a topless bathroom selfie with strategically placed flower emojis.
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“Baby on board or too many donuts?” Haney wrote in the post. “Lil cowgirl on the way.” In a statement from Outdoor Voices, Haney also stated: “I am beyond thrilled to be welcoming a girl, particularly since there are more strong women breaking barriers today than ever before.”
Haney founded the activewear brand in 2014 to offer women an alternative to the testosterone-charged messaging produced by other companies. Her brand focuses on fitness rather than performance with its hashtag #doingthings, creating an inclusive, friendly community that highlights the fun of working out.
She has grown the brand to include men’s wear and nine brick-and-mortar stores across the country, with
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Serena Williams posted a heartfelt message of thanks to women who shared their childbirth stories with her. The tennis star took to Facebook to share the powerful message — and an adorable video of baby daughter Olympia!
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The Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year for 2015 is not in fact a word, but what they have dubbed the “Face with Tears of Joy” emoji, which accounts for 17 percent of all emojis sent in U.S. texts and whose use is steeply on the rise. What do you think?
Researchers report that our organ transplant system might inadvertently favor wealthier patients who can put their names on waiting lists at multiple transplant centers nationwide, while those who can’t afford such travel or who lack physicians on private insurance plans to advocate for them have longer wait times and are less likely to receive the needed organ. What do you think?
After Starbucks debuted their iconic red cups for the holiday season, many Christians complained that this year’s minimalist design features no holiday-specific imagery such as snowmen or sledding, leading one pastor to begin a viral prank of ordering at Starbucks under the name “Merry Christmas” to force baristas into writing a Christian message on the cup. What do you think?
After attending the White House Tribal Nations Conference, Adidas has offered to help 2,000 high schools change their Native American mascots by employing the Adidas design team to recreate their logos and uniforms. What do you think?
Chinese officials have announced the end of a 35-year policy limiting families to one child and will now allow two children per family, a response to mounting concerns about the aging workforce and its vast economic repercussions such as labor shortages and health care costs. What do you think?
Though howler monkeys are one of the loudest primates on earth, with throat sacs that help them emit deep, booming roars to attract females, scientists have noted that the most sonorous calls actually come from the males with the smallest testes, which consequently produce less sperm for their potential mates. What do you think?
Though he originally pledged to remove all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, Obama announced this week that 5,500 ground troops would remain through the end of his presidency and beyond, likely in an attempt to prevent the resurgence of Taliban forces or the rise of ISIS. What do you think?
Playboy magazine has announced that future issues will no longer run photos of fully nude women, instead focusing on a “modern editorial and design approach” that executives hope will appeal to a wider audience and serve as an alternative to internet pornography. What do you think?
California governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill banning use of the name “Redskins” for all sports teams throughout the state but has decided to veto a proposed ban on naming public buildings after Confederate heroes, a choice that Brown said should be left to local decision-makers. What do you think?
The New York Times has assured investors that despite downward trends in the print media industry, they intend to double revenue by 2020, aiming to corner the digital subscriber market and draw in a younger contingent of readers. What do you think?
The Nobel Committee has awarded its annual Peace Prize to the National Dialogue Quartet, a collection of Tunisian civil society groups that have worked together since the 2011 Arab Spring uprising to foster democracy in the region and prevent dictatorships from regaining control. What do you think?
NASA has announced an open call for civilians to submit their ideas on how to turn Mars’ abundance of basalt rock into building material, fuel, or other tools astronauts can use throughout their stay on the planet so as to lower the cost of launching supplies from Earth, a contest that will award $ 10,000 to the best proposal. What do you think?
The latest U.S. Dietary Guidelines have been released in a 570-page report recommending a diet high in fruits, vegetables, legumes, and seafood but low in red meat and sugars, suggestions that have angered various food lobbies who claim the guidelines are dictated by “outdated science.” What do you think?
Due to a combination of rising demand for the beverage among developed countries and the negative impact drought has had on growing coffee beans in Brazil, experts warn that a global coffee shortage is a distinct possibility heading into 2016. What do you think?
A forthcoming app called Peeple will let users post public reviews of their friends, neighbors, coworkers, and romantic partners without the permission of the person being evaluated, though the app will hold reviewers accountable by requiring them to post under their real names. What do you think?
Researchers analyzing data from 29 countries have found that in the age of large flat-screen TVs, more children are being injured by unstable television sets toppling onto them, with doctors recommending that flat-screens be securely mounted to the wall as a preventative measure. What do you think?
A lawsuit filed by PETA last week claims that a series of now-famous “monkey selfies” snapped by a macaque who stole a photographer’s camera should be considered the legal property of the macaque himself, with the proceeds from the copyright going entirely to primate conservation efforts. What do you think?
Archaeologists digging in Brazil have unearthed a disembodied skull dating back 9,000 years, suggesting that ritual decapitation of community members was a custom deeply rooted in early hunter-gatherer culture, though the evidence suggests that the head was was only removed after death as a burial rite. What do you think?
A judge has ruled that the rights to the ‘Happy Birthday’ song, despite being held by the same party since 1988 and generating a profit of $ 2 million each year from the song’s use in movies and TV, are actually within the public domain and that the lyrics themselves were never copyrighted, which could lead to the return of royalties paid to use the song. What do you think?
Doritos has announced a limited-edition online release of “Doritos Rainbows,” a bag containing red, orange, green, blue, and purple chips in a nod to the LGBT movement’s rainbow flag, available to consumers who pledge $ 10 or more to the It Gets Better Project, which aims to improve the lives of LGBT youth. What do you think?
After being arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school that his teachers mistook for a bomb, Muslim teenager Ahmed Mohamed garnered massive social media support that decried the school for its supposed Islamophobia, leading to an invitation by President Obama for Ahmed to attend the upcoming White House Astronomy Night. What do you think?
In advance of Pope Francis’ visit to New York City next week, many scalpers have reserved free tickets for the event and are now attempting to sell them online for hundreds of dollars, a practice publicly condemned by city officials. What do you think?
According to a new population projection, Houston could surpass Chicago as the nation’s third-largest city within eight to 10 years, a growth spurred in part by Houston’s ample job availability and low taxes. What do you think?
Before crowning Miss America 2016 Sunday, CEO Sam Haskell formally apologized to judge and former pageant winner Vanessa Williams for the 1984 scandal in which Williams was pressured by the organization to resign after nude photos surfaced from before her reign, an apology that Williams tearfully accepted. What do you think?
A new poll has found that misperceptions about President Obama’s faith and birthplace persist throughout the population, with 20 percent of Americans responding that they believe Obama was born outside the United States and 29 percent asserting he is Muslim. What do you think?
United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek has resigned amid a federal investigation into the airline’s alleged reestablishment of an unprofitable flight from Newark, NJ to Columbia, SC solely to benefit the former chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, who owns a vacation home in Columbia, which began when the flight was canceled shortly after the chairman stepped down from his post. What do you think?
With only seven legislative days to go until a budget decision must be reached for the new fiscal year beginning on October 1, Republicans continue to reject further federal funding for Planned Parenthood, a stalemate that could trigger another government shutdown to the detriment of financial markets. What do you think?
A new study in the journal Nature Communications has found that sperm whales communicate using vocalized dialects specific to organized clans, a social act that offers evidence of a shared culture within which the whales learn new things and adopt behaviors from one another. What do you think?
A new bill proposed in New York City seeks to lower the fat, sodium, and caloric content in fast food meals marketed directly to children, a measure that NYU researchers say could have a positive impact on children’s health and reduce childhood obesity rates. What do you think?
Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis has been sent to jail following her continued refusal to issue marriage licenses for gay couples due to her religious beliefs. What do you think?
Police in Poland blockaded a stretch of tracks after the alleged discovery of an abandoned train rumored to be the “Nazi gold train,” a freight car reportedly filled with gold and gems before vanishing in 1945 and a target of treasure hunters who, police say, risk their safety by investigating the still-active tracks for clues. What do you think?
As part of his visit to Alaska this week, President Obama will officially change the name of Mt. McKinley back to its original and native name, Denali, a decision praised by Alaska residents who have long fought for the name reversal. What do you think?
The smaller of the two panda cubs born to Mei Xiang last weekend at the National Zoo has died despite the medical team’s best efforts to save it, the second of Mei Xiang’s cubs to die in three years. What do you think?
Mark Zuckerberg released a statement confirming that on Monday, 1 billion users, or 1 in 7 people on earth, visited Facebook in a single day, setting a usage record for the site. What do you think?
After it was revealed that Josh Duggar, oldest son on TLC’s now-canceled reality show 19 Kids And Counting, possessed an Ashley Madison account and allegedly had extramarital affairs, Duggar has reportedly entered rehab, though what he’ll be treated for remains unspecified. What do you think?
According to a two-year study on obese patients, those with doctors they appraised as helpful and supportive lost an average of twice as much weight as subjects who rated their physicians lower, further evidence that effective doctor-patient relationships are driven by communication and collaboration. What do you think?
The U.S. government’s General Services Administration has begun working with the review website Yelp to create official pages for various government agencies where consumers can give feedback to places such as the TSA, post offices, and courthouses. What do you think?
Two years after a giant sinkhole opened beneath a Tampa, FL home and fatally swallowed a man in his bedroom, the same sinkhole reopened, though no homes currently occupy the site. What do you think?
Elusive street artist Banksy has revealed his latest attraction, Dismaland, a darkly humorous and decrepit interpretation of a children’s amusement park featuring a crumbling castle and multiple galleries that will remain open in Weston-super-Mare, England for five weeks. What do you think?
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio spoke out this week against Times Square’s desnudas, topless women covered in body paint who charge money for photos, saying they should be regulated the same way other street solicitors are. What do you think?
Longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle will reportedly plead guilty to criminal charges related to the possession of child pornography, a development linked to a July 7 raid of Fogle’s home. What do you think?
The New York Times’ recent exposé on Amazon’s treatment of its workforce has caused public outcry, though the online retail giant’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, has denied the allegations, saying that if such accusations were true, employees would be “crazy to stay.” What do you think?
Researchers have found that patients who listen to music before, during, and after surgery experience less pain and quicker recovery times, a phenomenon that might be caused by music’s ability to change the brain’s neural pathways and induce relaxation. What do you think?
The Pacific striped octopus, long suspected of being more social than its fellow species, was recently filmed by researchers mating face-to-face and otherwise demonstrating tight bonds with its partner, challenging conventional understanding of the octopus as a solitary, cannibalistic creature. What do you think?
The British Transport Police are investigating an incident in which a woman’s iPhone received anonymous photos of a penis via Apple’s AirDrop feature, a function where files can be sent to any other iPhone in the vicinity, in a crime they have dubbed “cyber-flashing” and urged other victims to report. What do you think?
Going against the Vatican’s long-held position that divorced Catholics cannot receive communion without officially annulling their marriage, Pope Francis encouraged the church this week to instead welcome them with “open doors” and praised those pastors who have practiced the “attentive acceptance” of such couples. What do you think?
To honor the nation’s 70th anniversary of liberation from Japan, North Korea will create a new time zone later this month by setting the clocks back 30 minutes to “Pyongyang Time,” a move that many experts have warned could cause widespread confusion and logistical issues. What do you think?
A study that observed nearly half a million people over a seven-year span found that those who consumed more spicy foods such as chili peppers showed a reduced overall risk of death, as well as reduced risk of developing cancer or heart disease. What do you think?
In an effort to subvert mainstream beauty standards and celebrate all bodies equally, thousands of women are promoting the hashtag #thighreading and posting pictures of their thighs to social media, many of which depict stretch marks, scars, and cellulite. What do you think?
A month before the premiere of their new primetime show on ABC, popular Muppet characters Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy have announced in joint online statements that they are splitting up after “thoughtful consideration and considerable squabbling.” What do you think?
HitchBOT, a robotic travel companion created by researchers as a social experiment, was destroyed by unknown vandals in Philadelphia this week on its hitchhiking tour of the U.S., saddening the robot’s many admirers who followed its earlier trips through Europe and Canada. What do you think?
Jen Welter, who starred as a linebacker for 14 years, mostly in the Women’s Football Alliance, and coached men in the Champions Indoor Football league, will join the Arizona Cardinals during training camp and the preseason as the NFL’s first female coach, a move roundly supported by players and fans alike. What do you think?
Officials are speculating that an airplane wing discovered off the coast of Reunion Island earlier this week could possibly belong to MH370, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft that disappeared without a trace in March 2014. What do you think?
According to new research from the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Vermont, the nation’s capital could sink as much as 6 inches over the next century, increasing risk of flooding, and leading researchers to admonish Congress’ inaction on solving the issue of climate change. What do you think?
To combat declining membership and amend relationships with donors, the Boy Scouts of America will begin accepting openly gay adults in leader positions, though the organization says religiously affiliated troops may continue selecting heterosexual leaders to align with their values. What do you think?
Researchers announced this week that not only can regular aerobic exercise help protect the brain against Alzheimer’s, it can also positively impact those already diagnosed with the disease, due to increased blood flow to the brain’s memory and processing centers. What do you think?
Researchers have found that mosquitoes use a complex system of visual, olfactory, and thermal methods to track their human targets, such as sensing exhaled carbon dioxide or pursuing body heat emissions, all of which render the usual methods of repelling insects relatively ineffective against these biting pests. What do you think?
Oskar Groening, a 94-year-old man known as the Accountant of Auschwitz due to his role in making the concentration camp profitable, was sentenced to four years in prison this week for his role in the deaths of 300,000 Hungarian Jews, a crime for which Groening apologized in court in a manner many felt to be insincere. What do you think?
Minor injuries have been reported by test drivers after one of Google’s self-driving cars was rear-ended by another vehicle, leaving many to question the safety of autonomous vehicles, though Google reps say the accident demonstrates that distracted driving, not automation, is the biggest danger on the road. What do you think?
While on an Antarctic search for evidence of small mammal bones, researchers inadvertently discovered the oldest animal sperm on record, a 50-million-year-old worm sperm inside a fossilized cocoon, though the sperm was broken into fragments and will be unable to shed light on the anatomy of the worm species. What do you think?
After Amazon announced it would celebrate its 20th anniversary on July 15 with a massive sales event called Prime Day, Walmart has responded that it too will launch an online sale this Wednesday, complete with “special atomic deals” and expanded free shipping options. What do you think?
A new CDC report found that heroin use in the United States has surged dramatically in the past decade, up 150 percent between 2007 and 2013, and suggested that excessive painkiller prescriptions are to blame for the rise in heroin addiction and abuse. What do you think?
Following an emotional debate in the South Carolina House of Representatives, a bill to remove the Confederate flag from the state house grounds was passed by a vote of 94 to 20, despite numerous proposed amendments to delay its passage put forth by the flag’s supporters. What do you think?
Though mammograms have been widely considered essential, lifesaving preventative measures, a new investigation of cancer data has concluded that they actually lead to overdiagnosis and mostly confirm the existence of small, benign tumors rather than spotting fatal cancer at earlier or more manageable stages. What do you think?
Though they had originally estimated a much lower impact, investigators now believe that up to 21.5 million Americans’ personal information has been compromised by a data breach within the Office of Personnel Management, leading OPM director Katherine Archuleta to resign. What do you think?
Following a number of fatal accidents, Russia’s police force released a brochure urging citizens to take precautions while photographing themselves to avoid injury or death, warning against posing with animals and on rooftops. What do you think?
Analyzing factors such as subjects’ cholesterol and kidney function, a Duke University study determined that there is a wide range in the rate of aging among individual humans, with the average person’s “biological age” advancing 1.2 years per calendar year and in some cases much faster than that. What do you think?
The United States took home the FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy Sunday night in Vancouver after a decisive 5-2 victory over Japan, making history as the first team to win the title three times. What do you think?
The four surviving original members of the Grateful Dead concluded their farewell tour in Chicago Sunday night, drawing over 70,000 fans to Soldier Field for each of their three final performances and shattering the venue’s single-day attendance record previously held by U2. What do you think?
According to a new survey, the average American household throws away about $ 640 worth of food every year, though most people don’t consider the environmental impact of food waste and are instead concerned with the embarrassment of cooking too much food and throwing a lot of it out. What do you think?
Samsung is working to develop a “clear truck,” which works by using a camera installed on the front to livestream the road ahead onto a mounted video screen on the back, letting drivers see “through” the truck. What do you think?
Though the clunky plastic shoes have long been criticized as ugly, sales of Crocs surged 1,500 percent after Prince George was photographed wearing a $ 54 pair of navy blue Crocs at a charity polo match. What do you think?
Three teenagers in England entering a scientific contest put forward a plan for condoms that would change color when exposed to viral or bacterial sexually transmitted infections, though experts say the technology to actually make the condoms doesn’t exist yet and that there are ethical questions involved with such an invention. What do you think?
Google announced Tuesday it will officially enable an “unsend” button for Gmail that allows users to set a five- to 30-second grace period after hitting “send” on an email to rescind that email, which should help users who accidentally hit “reply all” or send an email impulsively and want to take it back. What do you think?
Following a series of embarrassing gaffes involving agents, the head of the Secret Service asked Congress for $ 8 billion to construct a full-scale replica of the White House in Maryland to serve as a training ground for its agents.
While there are still six more prisoners on death row, Texas is reportedly down to its last dose of pentobarbital after executing a prisoner last week, giving it only enough substance for one more lethal injection.
A photographer has sparked backlash for posting pictures from a photoshoot she did for a military family in which she wrapped their newborn baby in an American flag, which led Facebook users to accuse her of desecrating the flag and being disrespectful.
Teenagers at a high school in New Mexico have voted to make the theme of their prom communism and name the event “Prom-munism,” prompting the head of the school to plan a talk with the students about what communism really means so they can dec…
After users complained that the emoticon encourages eating disorders and negative body image, Facebook officials deleted “feeling fat” from the list of status update options users can choose to indicate their mood.
KFC locations in the U.K. have introduced edible coffee cups called Scoff-ee cups that are “wrapped in sugar paper and lined with a layer of glorious white chocolate." What do you think?
Madonna tumbled off stage at last night’s BRIT Awards when a backup dancer pulled on her Armani matador cape, which was supposed to come off but was tied too tightly.
Inspired by Patricia Arquette’s speech at the Oscars about wage inequality, three-time WWE Divas champion A.J.
Two jurors on the trial of the man found guilty of killing Chris Kyle, the late U.S. Navy SEAL regarded as the most lethal sniper in military history whose autobiography was adapted into the film American Sniper, told Good Morning America to…
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio said the blizzard expected to hit today could be “one of the largest snowstorms in the history of this city.” What do you think?
According to a new study, tweets that convey negative emotions such as hate, hostility, or boredom correlate to higher rates of heart disease-related deaths in the surrounding community.
A study has found that popular dog movies can boost adoption of featured breeds for up to 10 years after their release, though in previous cases, many families have quickly returned dogs they were not prepared to own.
The ultra-Orthodox Jewish newspaper HaMevaser has sparked backlash for running a photo of Sunday’s anti-terrorism march in Paris that Photoshopped out all women, including German chancellor Angela Merkel, to follow an extreme interpretation o…
Fans of Cadbury’s popular Creme Eggs were angered this week after parent company Kraft changed the recipe to substitute its signature Dairy Milk Chocolate with a standard cocoa mix chocolate it deemed was “the best one for the Creme Egg….
The CEO of Intel announced that the computer chip company, which is majority white and male, will pledge $ 300 million over five years toward efforts to hire more women and minorities.
As part of an effort to make college education as universal and accessible as high school and help students reduce debt, President Obama this week proposed a plan that would make the first two years of community college free for any student “willing…
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John Boehner was reelected to his third term as House Speaker this week despite losing the votes of 25 House Republicans, representing the most opposition to a major party’s speaker nominee since 1860.
The interim dean of Columbia Law School announced that students who reported being traumatized or disturbed by the American legal system after the non-indictments of officers Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo will be permitted to delay their final exams.
After Florida man Timothy Poole won $ 3 million from a scratch-off lottery ticket and posed in a photo with his check, internet users and authorities recognized him as a convicted sex offender who has been arrested 12 times for crimes that include grand th…