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While you may never be on the Martha Stewart or Ina Garten level of home entertaining, there’ s no reason you can’ t aspire to these mega-hostesses’ easy, breezy entertaining philosophies. And while you’ re at it, you can aspire to host for less— making Friday night dinners or Sunday brunch for the friends you call family affordable, digestible and eminently enjoyable...

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is to be sworn in as president of the Philippines on Thursday 36 years after an army-backed “People Power” revolt booted his father to global infamy. Marcos Jr.'s rise to power is one of the greatest political comebacks in recent history, but opponents say it was pulled off by whitewashing his family’s image. A public holiday, monuments and the Philippine Constitution are reminders of his father’s tyrannical rule. Activists and survivors of the martial law-era under his father plan protests timed to Marcos Jr.’s inauguration at noon. Historical baggage and antagonism stand to hound Marcos Jr. during a six-year presidency beginning at a time of intense crises.

Amazon is limiting how many emergency contraceptives consumers can buy, joining other retailers who put in place similar caps following the Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. Wade. A company spokesperson confirmed Amazon's temporarily cap of three units per week went into effect on Monday. The company did not share further details on what emergency contraceptive products were limited for purchase. But a listing showed the cap was applied to the popular Plan B “morning after" pill. Rite Aid also limited sales of Plan B to three units per customer on Monday due to increased demand. Walmart, Amazon’s top competitor, has also capped online purchases of Plan B to 10 units.

Arizona’s Republican attorney general says that a pre-statehood law that bans all abortions is enforceable. Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced his decision Wednesday and said he will soon file for the removal of an injunction that has blocked it for nearly 50 years. Brnovich has been weighing the old law since last Friday, when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its 1973 decision that said abortion was a constitutional right. His decision puts him at odds with Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, who says a new law banning abortions after 15 weeks takes precedence. Abortion providers across Arizona worried about being prosecuted stopped performing the procedures last week.

If you haven’t been cleaning the vent under your fridge, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise. TikTok creator @vanesamaro91 shows you exactly why this needs to be on your to-do list.

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