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Fall 2014

Monday, Feb 10, 2014

Diane von Furstenberg Marks Wrap Dress Anniversary

Diane von Furstenberg Marks Wrap Dress Anniversary

Diane von Furstenberg ended her runway show Sunday, and marked the 40th anniversary of the wrap dress, with a burst of golden confetti showering down from above.

Friday, Feb 7, 2014

Lindsey Vonn Struts the Runway - With Crutches

Lindsey Vonn Struts the Runway - With Crutches

Vonn, the 2010 Olympic gold medalist who had to forgo the Sochi Games due to a bad knee injury, was clearly making the most of her time off the slopes as she joined some 20 other women at the Red Dress...

Thursday, Feb 6, 2014

Fashion Week: Slushy Streets, Boots on the Runway

Fashion Week: Slushy Streets, Boots on the Runway

New York welcomed Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Thursday amid icy sidewalks, crosswalks piled high with slush and temperatures in the 20s.

Thursday, Feb 6, 2014

Models in Spanx Kick Off NY Fashion Week

Models in Spanx Kick Off NY Fashion Week

The global retailer GS Shop, based in Seoul, South Korea, sent the skinny ones down a runway Tuesday in teensy boy shorts, Wonderbras and stretchy shapewear that helped make Spanx inventor Sara Blakely a...

Thursday, Apr 24, 2014
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By Elizabeth Ladzinski

Fashion Week: Celebs in the Front Row

Celebrities and New York Fashion Week go hand-in-hand.View gallery

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Thursday, Apr 24, 2014
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By Julie Fiedler

Catwalk Spills

As New York prepares for Fashion Week, check out the wildest catwalk spills.View gallery

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Flooding Concerns Ramp Up as Powerful Storm Hits Bay Area

Flooding Concerns Ramp Up as Powerful Storm Hits Bay Area

Another storm hit the Bay Area Monday morning, bringing threats of flooding, mudslides, toppled trees and power outages.

Scientists Question Using Waste Water From Oil Fields

Scientists Question Using Waste Water From Oil Fields

It’s been done for two decades but after the release of a new report, controversy is building. Should farmers irrigate crops with waste water from oil extraction? Even with recent rains, the demand for water sources is high. About 80 percent of the water used by Californians goes to agriculture. Stephen Stock investigates as scientists call for a halt to the practice until more is known about the chemicals in that water.

Do I Need a New Mattress?

Do I Need a New Mattress?

5 telltale signs that it might be time to upgrade the most important piece of furniture in the household

Trump's First Month Packed With Tweets, Turmoil: Analysis

Trump's First Month Packed With Tweets, Turmoil: Analysis

Four weeks in, the man who says he inherited "a mess" at home and abroad is presiding over a White House that is widely described as itself being a mess. At a stunning pace, President Donald Trump has riled world leaders and frustrated allies. He was dealt a bruising legal blow on one of his signature policies. He lost his national security adviser and his pick for labour secretary to scandal. He's seen forces within his government push back against his policies and leak confidential information. All of this has played out amid a steady drip of revelations about an FBI investigation into his campaign's contacts with Russian intelligence officials. But Trump says his administration is running like a "fine-tuned machine."

Anderson Reservoir Continues to Spill

Anderson Reservoir Continues to Spill

For the second day in a row, a torrent of water on Sunday flowed over the Anderson Reservoir spillway, marking a phenomenon that hadn't happened for 11 years until this weekend.

2 Dams Illustrate Challenge of Maintaining Older Designs

2 Dams Illustrate Challenge of Maintaining Older Designs

Twelve years ago, widespread destruction from Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast helped compel federal engineers 2,000 miles away in California to remake a 1950s-era dam by constructing a massive steel-and-concrete gutter that would manage surging waters in times of torrential storms. The nearly $1 billion auxiliary spillway at Folsom Dam, scheduled to be completed later this year, stands in contrast to the troubles 75 miles away at the state-run Oroville Dam, where thousands of people fled last week after an eroded spillway threatened to collapse — a catastrophe that could have sent a 30-foot wall of floodwater gushing into three counties. Together, the two dams illustrate widely diverging conditions at the more than 1,000 dams across California, most of them decades old.