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'I'm Not A Cover Girl': Halima Aden On Why She Decided To Leave A Modeling Career

Halima Aden, the first hijab-wearing supermodel, thought a career in fashion might help her be a role model. But it left her feeling disconnected from her own image. So she's leaving it behind.

Halima Aden attends the premiere of Netflix's Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly at Barker Hangar on Aug. 27, 2019, in Santa Monica, Calif. Rich Fury/Getty Images hide caption

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'I'm Not A Cover Girl': Halima Aden On Why She Decided To Leave A Modeling Career

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Johnny Pacheco, seen here in 2007, died at the age of 85 on Monday. Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images hide caption

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Fania Records Co-Founder Johnny Pacheco Dies At 85

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Just because the Mardi Gras parades are canceled, it hasn't stopped people's creativity. The "Little Shop of 2020 Horrors" house float is in the Algiers Point neighborhood of New Orleans. Phoebe Jones/WWNO hide caption

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In A Year Without Parades, Mardi Gras In New Orleans Is All About House Floats

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Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., is one of seven Republicans who voted to convict former President Donald Trump during the most recent impeachment trial. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Ben Sasse: GOP Must Persuade Voters It Has A Vision Beyond Donald Trump

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