A Norwegian influencer warned against cheap cosmetic procedures and said she will get her enlarged butt looking 'natural' again
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Influencer Sophie Elise has warned against cheap cosmetic procedures in a blog post.
Elise, who has over 400,000 followers on Instagram, had surgery to make her butt bigger when she was 19. She is now 24 and regrets the decision.
She said she had a plan to"get the butt back to natural during the year" but she had to reconsider when her surgeon told her it would leave her with a nasty scar. Now the plan is not to reverse the procedure completely, but to reduce the size.
How the royal family would change if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave up their titles and quit forever
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After seeing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle speak emotionally about the pressures that come with royal life, experts are predicting that the couple could leave the royal family entirely.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Insider that the couple "are both extremely unhappy in conventional royal roles."
But leaving behind one's royal status is no simple process, according to royal editor Joe Little.
Little told Insider that the couple would have...
The CEO of a US fintech unicorn worth more than $2.6 billion spends a third of his time recruiting. Here's why he 'hires for spikes' rather than seeking well-rounded candidates.
US fintech Plaid is currently hiring more than 200 staff as the startup expands rapidly across three global offices.
Plaid's technology powers other well-known financial startups such as Stripe and Venmo, helping them link up to people's bank accounts.
CEO and cofounder Zach Perret spends approximately a third of his time on hiring as the company, valued at a rumored $2.6 billion, looks to continue its growth.
Perret says that he "hires for spikes" and looks for specialists and leaders in...
An environmental group found arsenic and chromium in tap water in all 50 US states. Here's how to check what's in your taps.
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A newly updated database from the nonprofit Environmental Working Group (EWG) documents nearly 280 contaminants lurking in US drinking water.
Two of the most prevalent and concerning chemicals, arsenic and hexavalent chromium, were found in drinking water in all 50 states.
Both chemicals are known carcinogens commonly found in California taps.
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In 2017, the nonprofit Environmental Working Group...
France threatens to veto another Brexit delay after saying there is 'no justification' for a long extension
France has threatened to resist attempts by the EU to offer a Brexit extension until next year.
The EU has indicated that it will offer Britain an extension until January 31.
But each member state has a veto and French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Tuesday: 'At this stage, we consider that there is no justification for a new extension.'
EU officials will be confident that Macron will accede to demands from other member states and the European Commission...
Donald Trump's name has been scrubbed from branding at two of his oldest businesses in New York City.
The Wollman and Lasker ice rinks in Central Park were bought by The Trump Organization in the 1980s, and have always been emblazoned with Trump branding.
But the Washington Post and ABC7 New York report Trump's name has been booted from center stage on the rinks' branding — either removed entirely or made very small.
The New York City department of parks and recreation said The Trump...
Boeing faces a 737 Max judgment day as it reports financial results less than 24 hours after ousting one of its most senior bosses
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Boeing's third-quarter results, due Wednesday morning, will prove one of its biggest tests since two 737 Max planes crashed, killing 346 people, grounding the aircraft around the world and leaving Boeing fighting a reputational crisis.
The results come the day after a senior executive was ousted and the same day that investigators into the first disaster, involving a Lion Air flight in Indonesia, told victims' families that the plane's design contributed to the...
Soldiers in the Army National Guard are being encouraged to perform physical exercise before using the bathroom
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Guardsmen from the Utah Army National Guard implemented a policy of doing physical exercise prior to using the bathroom at the organization's headquarters in Draper, Utah.
"Soldiers will perform one [Army Combat Fitness Test] leg tuck (LTK) to enter and/or exit," a sign read in front of both female and male bathrooms.
"One of the weaknesses we noticed in our soldiers is the leg tuck," Maj. DJ Gibb said to Insider. "We just had a couple of these pull-up bars in our work-out...
A bodybuilder nicknamed "Popeye" lost his MMA debut when he was submitted by blogger Oleg Mongol, who is 20 years older than him.
Kirill Tereshin is a 23-year-old in Russia who has become internet-famous for injecting synthol into his arms.
This has caused his biceps to swell and look out of proportion compared to the rest of his body.
The do-it-yourself procedure is wildly controversial as it causes muscle deformity.
As such, Tereshin has launched a fundraiser to help fund treatment....
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WeWork's largest investor, SoftBank announced a deal to take control of the company with CEO Adam Neumann stepping down from the board. The rescue plan, which comes weeks before WeWork was set to run out of money, includes a capital infusion and stock buyback from the Japanese investor.
Tech and finance experts are shocked by SoftBank's possible...
Kirstjen Nielsen said she resigned from the Trump administration because 'saying no' was 'not going to be enough'
Former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Tuesday she resigned from the Trump administration because she realized that "saying no" to certain things was "not going to be enough."
Nielsen was interviewed at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit about her resignation and her oversight of the separation of thousands of migrant families.
She defended her actions, saying her job was to "enforce the law, not to separate families."
She added that her only regrets were that the policies...
Putin and Erdogan agreed a 'historic' deal to consolidate power in Syria and humble Kurdish forces. Here are the winners and losers.
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Russia and Turkey on Tuesday reached an agreement that would expand their control in Syria and minimize Kurdish territory.
The deal between the two powers follows a US decision earlier this month to withdraw its remaining troops in Syria.
Here are the winners and losers from the agreement, and what it means for the region's future.
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Russia and Turkey on Tuesday reached an agreement that would expand their...