By Debra Brown
Each Wednesday, we recap the most important headlines from our global community to keep you up to speed on world news.
Democrat Stacey Abrams is continuing her fight to force a runoff in the Georgia governor’s race and filed a new lawsuit Sunday to block counties from tossing out some absentee and provisional ballots. Abrams has not conceded to Republican Brian Kemp, who has declared victory and said that there are not enough outstanding votes to change the outcome. Kemp’s lead has narrowed since Tuesday, but is still above the 50 percent required for an outright win.
By Tamu McPherson
Is it me or have these last few days just been an onslaught of stellar cover stories dropping in Magazine Land left, right and center? I may never recover from the bombshell of Michelle Obama being interviewed by my true spiritual guide, Oprah Winfrey, for this month’s Elle U.S. – and frankly there is no need to recover from sheer bliss.
By Roki Prunali
Last month I lamented over a serious lack of energy, and I thought I should dig a bit deeper into my diet to see if I could find any red flags that were dragging me down. Heading into my trusty nutritionist’s office, I already knew I was in trouble – let’s just say I have not been completely honoring the diet that I had signed on to. During my visit I started listing my daily diet, but I stopped right in my tracks after I got through breakfast, when he told me that I was basically starting my day all wrong. Tweaking my previous diet that I was (loosely) following, the new direction he set me off on is basically a ketogenic diet.