What you need to know about the new white clothing dyes

The White House is making headlines again, this time for its use of a dyes that is not the original cotton-blend variety, but a synthetic, black dye that is a mix of the two.This comes after the Obama administration made headlines earlier this year when the National Park Service ordered a change to the dyes

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Hillary Clinton: Trump’s tweets are ‘misleading’ and ‘troubling’

Hillary Clinton said Thursday that Donald Trump’s “misleading and troubling” tweets are “troublesome.”“We are at a moment where the president has been tweeting, tweeting, and tweeting about the Iran deal,” Clinton said in a speech in South Carolina.“And it’s so troubling because we know that Iran has taken an important step toward having nuclear weapons.”Trump,

‘Blueberry-Dye-Clothes-Pink’ Is Still Blueberry-Cola on The Food Network

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‘Diversity’ in clothing and accessories is no accident

It was not only white men who were profiled as the best at their craft.A recent report by the Heritage Foundation highlighted how the American Association of University Women (AAUW) had identified white women as the “most creative” and the “worlds leading” of designers, while black women were “not far behind.”In the end, however, the