Pierce Brosnan wants a female 007 and more news from the week

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Get ready for a harvest moon on Friday the 13th

This Friday the 13th is a special one because with it comes the rare harvest moon! The moon will reach peak fullness at 12:33 a.m. ET. According to Farmers’ Almanac, this is a once-in-a-20-year occurrence. We’re so ready for spooky season!


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Meghan Markle launches fashion line

On Thursday, Meghan Markle officially returned from maternity leave with the launch of her new clothing line, Smart Works. Meghan showed up to the event sporting pieces from the collection.

The line includes simple shirts, pants, blazers, dresses and bags, and aims to provide affordable wardrobe staples to women in the workplace. One of the dresses is under £20 (about $25 U.S.)!


The TV deal of a lifetime

This LED TV is on sale for just $95! Knocking 52% off the RCA 32-inch Class HD LED TV’s original $200 price tag, the sharp TV comes with HDMI ports for all your streaming devices like Roku or Chromecast. Instead of bringing your laptop or tablet to bed with you to watch your favorite show before you sleep, get this perfect bedroom-size TV. These sales don’t last long, so jump on this while it’s still available!

Shop it: $95, walmart.com

Pierce Brosnan is ready for a female James Bond

Amid rumors that Idris Elba will be the first black man to play James Bond, many wonder when a woman will land the role. Since Lashana Lynch was cast in the latest Bond film, “No Time to Die,” people have been discussing whether she could play the character. When former 007 actor Pierce Brosnan was asked for his take, he said, “Get out of the way, guys, and put a woman up there.”


The companies that you may not know support the reelection of President Trump

Customers boycotted and canceled memberships at Equinox and SoulCycle after learning that founder and chairman Stephen Ross threw a fundraiser in support of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. However, while everyone was willing to give up their $40 spin class for the sake of their political beliefs, they may not be as willing to give up their favorite restaurant, music festival or football team. Take a look at this list of the companies that support Trump.



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