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Lizzo wore a Mary Katrantzou dress on the cover of Time.

Lizzo wore a $37,000 cape backwards for a photo in Time after the magazine named her entertainer of the year

The "Truth Hurts" singer, who was named Time's entertainer of the year, was photographed wearing a cape from Greek fashion designer Mary Katrantzou.

5 of the most controversial choices for Time magazine’s Person of the Year

Time bases its choices on the person or thing that had the "the greatest impact on the news, for good or ill."
The Time Person of the Year 2019 cover.

Greta Thunberg has been named Time’s Person of the Year for 2019

The 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist started the global strike movement when she sat, alone, outside the Swedish parliament in 2018.
It's easy to change your Apple Watch to military time so it runs on a 24-hour clock.

How to change your Apple Watch to military time in 4 steps, using the Watch app on your iPhone

It's easy to change your Apple Watch to military time so it runs on a 24-hour clock. Here's how to do it.
Apple's Kevin Lynch introduces WatchOS 6 at WWDC 2019.

The 8 best features coming soon to your Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is getting a host of new features in the big WatchOS 6 update, coming later this year.
Senior advisor to the President of the United States, Jared Kushner, stands on stage at the TIME 100 Summit on April 23, 2019 in New York City. The day-long TIME 100 Summit showcases the annual TIME 100 list of the most influential people in the world.

Jared Kushner downplays Russian interference in 2016 election, says it was just ‘a couple of Facebook ads’

"If you look at the magnitude of what they did, the ensuing investigations have been way more harmful," Kushner said.

Daylight-saving time is one of humanity’s dumbest rituals, and you should be furious it still happens

At 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 10, 2019, daylight-saving (or "savings") time will advance clocks by one hour — to the great detriment of society.

10 reasons why daylight savings is the worst

While springing ahead means more daylight in the warmer months, daylight savings also has a whole bunch of negative effects on the body.
It can be counterintuitive.

Some simple math can help you stop wasting money and start spending it in ways that actually improve your life

Consider spending money to save time on activities you hate, like cleaning the house. Science suggests it will make you happier.
Suze Orman says many women put themselves "on sale."

A Harvard professor says most of us squander 5-minute opportunities to be happier every day

Don't waste small pockets of free time by mindlessly checking email. Instead, chat with a coworker, which might make you happier than you expect.