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“I don’t want to sit on your lap.” But Halperin was the political director of the network, a rising star who was highly regarded by ABC’s management, including “World News Tonight” anchor Peter Jennings. After leaving ABC News, he worked for Bloomberg Politics and NBC, and he co-wrote “Game Change,” the best-selling chronicle of the 2008 presidential campaign, which was made into an HBO movie.
Health officials, fearing the spread of infections, have now launched a major investigation into this allegedly fishy beauty technique.
In the UK, fish pedicures are booming, which is great for beauty clinics because the procedure costs upwards of £50 ( U. Visitors place their feet in a tank full of fish—a variety of Turkish toothless carp—and sit back while the fish eat away their dead skin.
A ‘faceless’ fish has been dredged up from a seabed 4km deep by a team of researchers investigating “the most unexplored environment on Earth”.
The fish, which is just under half a metre long, has no discernible eyes or other facial features at the front of its body.