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  • What is 'gaslighting'? And how to tell if it's happening to you

    It's a dangerous form of control and manipulation in a relationship.

  • The bizarre undies trend taking Instagram by storm

    Some influencers in the fashion sphere taking it to the next level.

  • Cyclone Oma tracks towards Queensland

    Cyclone Oma has weakened to a category two storm as it moves towards the Queensland coast.

  • Atletico Madrid president fires back at Ronaldo after five-finger Champions League taunt

    Cristiano Ronaldo has won the top prize in world soccer five times. Er, actually only three, according to an Atletico Madrid luminary.

  • Yahoo Lifestyle

    TV star powers through awkward wardrobe malfunction

    Forget Hollywood for one moment, as the music industry’s buzziest names have got their glad rags on for the 2019 Brit Awards. Held in London, the annual event never fails to deliver headline-worthy style with a whole host of singers and musicians demonstrating their sartorial talent on the red carpet. Dua Lipa, Jess Glynne, Australia’s very own Hugh Jackman, Sam Smith and more graced the red carpet for the star-studded event. See who wore what at at the 2019 Brit Awards. Got a story tip? Send it to Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.

  • Trump Says U.S. Won't Take Back Alabama Woman Who Joined ISIS

    "I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees, not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the Country!" the president tweeted on Wednesday. Muthana, 24, was smuggled into Syria from Turkey four years ago and has been married to three Islamic State fighters over that time, according to the New York Times.

  • Major Chinese Port Bans Australian Coal Imports, Report Says

    China’s foreign ministry wouldn’t say if it was specifically targeting Australia, only that it regularly inspects coal imports for environmental reasons. The move may be a shot across the bows of Australia, which last year followed the U.S. in banning Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co. from its 5G network on security concerns. China has said the concerns are unreasonable and warned other countries of unspecified consequences if they follow suit in blocking Huawei equipment.