More than 100 LuLaRoe sellers have filed for bankruptcy

More than 100 LuLaRoe sellers have filed for bankruptcy

LuLaRoe claims to offer financial freedom. But some sellers are facing financial ruin instead. LuLaRoe, the multilevel marketing company that’s known for colorful leggings and geometric-patterned dresses, claims it was founded “on a driving force to help other people succeed.” It’s built on a structure where its so-called consultants buy its inventory at a wholesale price and then sell it for retail as independent salespeople. The business attracts a large population of homemakers and military wives….

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Tennessee legislators passed a bill that could make it harder to register voters

Tennessee legislators passed a bill that could make it harder to register voters

The bill would punish groups that submit more than 100 incomplete or inaccurate forms to the state. Civil rights groups are calling for Gov. Bill Lee to veto the measure. The Tennessee House voted on Monday evening to pass a bill that would impose fines and penalties on voter registration groups who submit incomplete forms to the state — a move voting rights advocates and civil rights groups say effectively criminalizes efforts to get people,…

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The Motorola RAZR was the coolest flip phone ever. Can it be revived?

The Motorola RAZR was the coolest flip phone ever. Can it be revived?

Leaked images show what a RAZR will look like as a foldable smartphone. The Motorola RAZR V3 was the coolest flip phone of all time, and now, it’s coming back. Kind of. Leaked renderings of the new Motorola RAZR — a reportedly $1,500 phone with no launch date yet — hit the internet on Monday. It looks just like the old RAZR, except shorter and square, like a little phone compact mirror. And of course,…

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Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has launched a military uprising to topple Maduro

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has launched a military uprising to topple Maduro

It’s unclear if it will work. Juan Guaidó, the US-backed opposition leader of Venezuela, launched a military uprising against President Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday — a dramatic escalation in the ongoing political fight between the two rivals that threatens to plunge the country into open civil conflict. In January, Guaidó declared himself the country’s rightful president. He argued that Maduro, who has been in power for six years, rigged the election last May that kept…

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Iran’s foreign minister says his beef is with Trump’s advisers and allies — not Trump

Iran’s foreign minister says his beef is with Trump’s advisers and allies — not Trump

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said he believes Trump has no interest in war — but that’s not the case for some in his administration or other foreign allies. Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif had a message for President Donald Trump this week: It’s them, not you. Zarif is, not surprisingly, unhappy with US policy toward Iran — but he doesn’t think it’s entirely the president’s fault. Instead, he blamed a group of advisers and…

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The Caster Semenya case, explained

The Caster Semenya case, explained

The Court of Arbitration for Sport is about to release its decision in the landmark case between South African runner Caster Semenya and the world governing body for track and field. Unfamiliar with the details of this fascinating, controversial and complicated case? Let’s get you caught up. Powered by WPeMatico

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