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Weekend SCOOP: Long Story Short ... We Need $12 Million

Weekend SCOOP: Long Story Short ... We Need $12 Million
πŸ“Έ: Daniel Milstein

A water safety tip as we kick off summer, a house on the market we've got our eye on and a quick roundup of #ICYMI stories. All this (and more) below. πŸ‘‡

😎 Did You Know? This Thursday marked the first official day of summer and the longest day of the year. Water safety experts say "the color of your child’s swimsuit can play a role in their safety at the pool." We made an easy resource for you HERE in case you need it.

πŸ’΅ Have an Extra $12 Million? Then Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have a house for you (or us, if you care to share ...). Just something to consider as we learned new home construction has fallen (meaning less supply for homes in an already competitive and expensive market).

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Team USA Fashion: β€œNothing says America like blue jeans, especially when we’re in Paris," or does it? Ralph Lauren unveiled Team USA's Olympic apparel for the opening and closing ceremonies. What do you think - a hit or a miss?

πŸ“Έ: Ralph Lauren

"Who bears moral responsibility?": Two professors weigh in with their perspective on the Israel-Hamas war. Meanwhile, something to watch as we enter the weekend: Rising tension between Israel and the White House over aid.

A Royal Sunburn: Princess Diana made headlines for wearing an emerald necklace as a headband. Her hairdresser recently revealed what motivated the decision. P.S. It sounds like Princess Diana could have used our favorite sunscreens. Shop them HERE.

πŸ•οΈ They're Camping Where? Travel to "one of the world's last untouched frontiers" where they take "leave no trace" to the next level.

photography of ice berg during daytime
Photo by Torsten Dederichs / Unsplash

"Mysterious Monolith": A large, reflective piece of metal that appeared about an hour outside of Las Vegas last weekend has been removed. How it got there remains a mystery.

πŸ“Έ: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

Here's a few other interesting stories we covered this week on SmartHERNews.com:

βœ“ North Korea and Russia raise alarm with a new "partnership." 🀝🏽 Jenna discusses briefly in Coffee Talk - Watch or Listen.

βœ“ A new title holder: Nvidia, a 31-year-old computer chip company in high demand for their artificial intelligence chips, surpassed Apple and Microsoft on Tuesday, becoming the most valuable company in the world ... but they couldn't maintain the record.

βœ“ Gretchen Walsh makes swimming history in U.S. Olympic trials. And did you catch the transformation of Lucas Oil Stadium (home to the NFL Colts team) into a venue capable of holding history's largest swim meet? If not, check this out. πŸŠβ€β™€οΈ

βœ“ "Pfizer made multiple misleading statements to deceive the public about its vaccine at a time when Americans needed the truth." The Kansas Attorney General sues Pfizer. πŸ’‰

βœ“ A new Louisiana law requires the Ten Commandments to be displayed in classrooms.

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And that's your weekend SCOOP!

Jenna and the SHN Team 

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