Here are 10 great gift ideas for your teenage sibling, from a classic hoodie to a mini projector
Holiday shopping for a teen can be a little intimidating. Think back to when you were a teen. You were still trying to figure out what you liked and who you were. Luckily, these gifts for teens are all very likable, from cozy slippers and perfume to custom blankets and hoodies.
And, of course, you want to get them a gift they’ll love, but one that also proves that you really are the wiser, cooler sibling. Don’t worry — you really are. But if you need some ideas, these gifts for teens are all guaranteed winners.
Beaded friendship bracelets are everywhere right now, but Little Words Project was the first brand to really popularize the trend. After all, these are the bracelets NSYNC gifted Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards. You can shop their pre-made bracelets with special words and phrases or go custom and make your own.
Everyone can use a pair of cozy slippers. These ones from Bombas are for men and women, and they look like thick socks but feel like soft booties. Unlike the brand’s best-selling socks, they’re lined with sherpa fleece and have rubber grippers on the bottom to prevent slipping.
This celebrity-favorite jewelry brand makes pieces that stand out. But anything with a monogram feels more personal. Gift your younger sibling this necklace that she can layer with other pieces or wear on its own for years to come.
Make them a custom blanket with BaubleBar. You can choose from a range of designs and customize it with their name, initials, single monogram or a favorite sport, word, etc. This classic single-letter blanket is a best-seller and comes in a range of colors, too.
Footage posted on social media appears to show a security guard mopping the floor where a homeless man was sitting. The video was taken on Victoria Street in London on Saturday night - and shows the man trying to move his sleeping bag and duvet away from the water as it seeped underneath. The homeless man had been sitting outside a Nationwide bank branch - next door to the McDonald's where the security guards were working.
NEW YORK — City Hall has taken steps to help migrants leave New York City by offering them free fare to anywhere in the country or world and made life tougher by limiting shelter stays. Wait times to get a bed can stretch as long as a week. Some migrants have had enough. Their city of dreams has become a nightmare. With winter coming, many have reached new lows and levels of desperation and ...
Authorities in Israel don't know, and may never know, how many people were sexually abused by Hamas on 7 October, but evidence that many women were subjected to rape and assault has grown over recent weeks. Many of the dead were then buried quickly under Jewish law before the testimonies of sexual violence were properly realised or understood. Securing convictions for sexual violence are incredibly hard.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a discrimination complaint on behalf of a Black Muslim Arab American teacher in Maryland, who was placed on administrative leave for her email signature, which included a controversial phrase supporting Palestinian rights.
At least 11 people have been killed in an apparent fight between suspected drug cartel members and residents of a farming community in central Mexico. It happened in the town of Texcaltitlan, about 80 miles (130km) southwest of Mexico City. State police said eight of the dead were gang members and the other three were locals.
The murder conviction of a Chicago man who has spent 12 years behind bars has been overturned - because a key eyewitness was legally blind. Darien Harris, 30, was found guilty after a 2011 shooting left 23-year-old Rondell Moore dead and another person seriously injured. "Mr Harris has spent 12 years wrongfully imprisoned, having been arrested when he was just 18," the Exoneration Project said.