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Kim Kardashian Steals the Show at Khloé's 30th Birthday in Plunging Corset Dress, Pregnant Kourtney Wears Jumpsuit: Pictures

It may have been Khloé Kardashian's 30th birthday celebration, but, as per usual, all eyes were on Kim Kardashian. The reality star, 33, wore a royal blue Ulyana Sergeenko corset dress with a thigh-high slit and her favorite Tom Ford gold chain heels.
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Hey FIFA, ‘F–k You': Lily Allen Tears Apart World Cup Organization's ‘Corrupt’ President on Stage (Video)

Lily Allen has two words for FIFA president Sepp Blatter: “F–k you.” “This next song is dedicated to possibly one of the most–well, actually not the most corrupt person — but annoyingly corrupt person there is in the world: Sepp f–king Blatter, you c–t.” Blatter and other FIFA officials were…
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MOTHER TELLS SON'S WIFE TO GET LOST DURING VISIT

DEAR ABBY: I recently took my children to spend a week with my mother-in-law, "Bea." Three days after we arrived, my husband flew in to join us. The next day, Bea handed me a hotel room key and told me to take as many of the children as I wanted, but I could not take my husband because she never…
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ISIL crucifies 9 men in Syria's Aleppo: NGO

A jihadist group in Syria has publicly executed and crucified nine men, eight of them rebels fighting both President Bashar al-Assad's regime and the jihadists, a monitor said on Sunday. The report comes amid fierce clashes on the outskirts of Damascus between the Islamic State of Iraq and the…
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'Designing Women' Star Meshach Taylor Dies at 67

He played Anthony on the 1986-93 sitcom about Atlanta interior designers, then followed with a starring role on another CBS comedy, "Dave's World."
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Thumbing Its Nose at U.S., Russia Sends Military Experts to Iraq

After the United States delayed a sale of fighter jets to Iraq, Russia sold planes to the Iraqi government. Now they've sent military experts to Baghdad. Gen. Anwar Hama Ameen, who heads the Iraqi air force, explained that the secondhand jets would quickly be deployed in the government's fight…
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Honda's first jet takes to the skies

Honda's first business jet has logged its maiden flight ahead of its expected certification and delivery next year, the Japanese company said in a weekend press release. The 84-minute flight of the first production HondaJet took place on Friday near the world headquarters of Honda Aircraft, the…
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Photogenic fans of the World Cup - Day 18 (12 photos)

When it comes to passionate fans, no sport does it better than soccer. People have travelled around the world to support their nations. Check out these photogenic young fans who also happen to love soccer. For complete World Cup 2014 coverage visit Yahoo Sports and follow @YahooSoccer
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Saudi king, in Ramadan message, vows to crush terrorists

Saudi King Abdullah, in a Ramadan message on Saturday, vowed to crush Islamist militants threatening the kingdom, the state news agency reported, saying the world's top oil exporter would not tolerate "a band of terrorists". The remarks came two days after the monarch ordered all necessary measures…
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Mark Ruffalo Blames Ben Affleck For Ending His Friendship With Costar Jennifer Garner

On a June 26 episode of Watch What Happens Live, Mark Ruffalo said Ben Affleck kept him from maintaining a friendship with 13 Going on 30 costar Jennifer Garner
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World Cup Star Kyle Beckerman And His Wife Might Be Soccer's Most Beautiful Couple

Kyle Beckerman has been showing off his skills in the World Cup on the U.S. Men's National Team -- an incredible feat to say the least. Even more incredible? The fact that Beckerman took some awesome engagement photos with his now-wife Kate Pappas back in October and we only just discovered them.…
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Could This Inevitable Shift Damage Harley-Davidson's Reputation?

An unstoppable wave of innovation could threaten to alienate Harley-Davidson's core customers. Find out how this controversial new product is a necessary evil for the company.
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What Life Was Like for Missing Detroit Boy, 12, Found in Basement

Boy Was Home-Schooled and Forced to Do Strict Exercise: Police
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Someone Beat 'Super Mario Bros' In Under 5 Minutes

A video gamer who goes by "Blubbler" online just set a new world record for beating 1985's "Super Mario Bros." -- aka the original "Mario" game -- by completing it in 4 minutes and 57.69 seconds. That blows the previous record out of the water by a full two-fifths of a second. It almost goes…
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Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Portugal (7 photos)

Cristiano Ronaldo's clutch goal late in his nation's game against Ghana helped the Americans avoid elimination and helped a lot of U.S. fans breathe easier during a tense final day for the Group of Death. Unfortunately, the win wasn’t enough for Portugal and Ronaldo was sent home with his team.…
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Missing California firefighter found dead

FILLMORE, Calif. (AP) — A California firefighter who disappeared after chasing after his dog during a backpacking trip was found dead Friday, authorities said.
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5 Things Everyone Should Know About Ramadan

The Muslim observance of Ramadan begins this evening and ends a month later on Monday, July 28. Here are five things to help non-Muslims appreciate why this month is the holiest on the Islamic calendar. 1. What is it? Ramadan is the actual name of...
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Scientists discover one of the most Earth-like planets yet

Sci-News.com is reporting that astronomers at the University of New South Wales have discovered an Earth-like planet just 16 light-years away. Gliese 832c has an orbital period of about 35 days, and a mass more than five times that of Earth's. More importantly, however, Gliese 832c is orbiting…
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American riders have sights set on Tour de France

Five years ago, while Alberto Contador was riding to victory in the Tour de France, Andrew Talansky was a vagabond cyclist scratching out a living in races across the United States. ''Obviously, Froome is the No. 1 guy, the defending Tour champion.
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Scenes From the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party: J.Lo's Knee Boo-Boo, Ariana & Iggy's Boogie

Nick Cannon led a sweaty crowd through two sweltering Miami nights at the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party this weekend at the Fontainebleau Hotel, featuring performances from Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Lil Jon, Neon Trees, Magic!, and Tiësto. If you missed all the DJ cameos and…
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Man Arrested After Son Skips Church [VIDEO]

Worse, Jeffrey Williamson says he faces up to six months on a “ridiculous” charge. Williamson said that his children, including 8 year-old Justin, were outside of their Blanchester, Ohio home when their Woodville Baptist Church van pulled up, according to WCPO. The kids got on the bus, save for…
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So, The Rapture Happened. What Now?

There are no zombies in 'The Leftovers.' No hollowed-out metropolises. No charismatic antiheroes. Just millions of people, all dealing with their own individual end times.
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Eminem's Daughter Graduates College, Reminds Us That We Are All Really Old Huffington Post
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We are REALLY, REALLY Old: Eminem's Daughter Graduates High School huff.to/1qlIg0U via @HuffPostEnt 4 hrs ago
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LeBron, Wade, Bosh on the same page

The stars of the Miami Heat dominated NBA headlines for most of Sunday until the bizarre Jason Kidd implosion with the Nets dropped jaws from Brooklyn to Milwaukee. Very early reports put ex-Golden State coach and Brooklyn native Mark Jackson as a leading replacement for Kidd with the Nets. After…
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A Tiny Chinese Startup Has Made My Favorite New Smartphone Of The Year

The best smartphones you can buy today don't...
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CBS 2's Dana Tyler Sits Down With Saul Williams

The first show of the new Broadway season is Broadway as you've never heard it before. "Holler If Ya Hear Me" is based on the music and lyrics of the late rapper Tupac Shakur. CBS 2's Dana Tyler talks with the actor and poet who plays the lead character in Broadway's first Hip-Hop musical.
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Tiger leaps onto boat, snatches man in swamp in India

KOLKATA, India – A Bengal tiger snatched a man off a fishing boat in eastern India, dragging him away into a mangrove swamp as his children looked on in horror, the man's son said Friday. The attack happened Thursday as Sushil Manjhi and his son and daughter were crab fishing in a stream in the…
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Iraq takes delivery of Russian fighter jets

The Iraqi government has received a delivery of Russian-made fighter planes it hopes will turn the tide against Sunni rebels who have seized large parts of the country. Iraqi security officials confirmed five Sukhoi-25 jets, which were purchased second-hand from Russia, had arrived in Baghdad on…
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Pope says communists are closet Christians

Pope Francis, whose criticisms of unbridled capitalism have prompted some to label him a Marxist, said in an interview published on Sunday that communists had stolen the flag of Christianity. The 77-year-old pontiff gave an interview to Il Messaggero, Rome's local newspaper, to mark the feast of…
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Fired Black Employee Sues Paint Company Over Racist Paint Names

A black man in New Jersey has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, Benjamin Moore Paints, which he says named one of its paint colors after him and then fired him when he complained. Clinton Tucker, who managed online sales for Benjamin Moore, which is owned by the conglomerate Berkshire…
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Atlantic City casino shutdown needed, analysts say

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Atlantic City started the year with 12 casinos. By Labor Day, it could be down to nine.
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A Shocking 60 Percent Of Restaurants On 'Kitchen Nightmares' Are Closed

In the restaurant business, it’s all about making dough. After 10 years, "Kitchen Nightmares" is finally coming to an end, but for many restaurants that appeared on the show, the real nightmare continues. According to Grub Street New York, more than 60 percent of the restaurants featured on the…
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Asian Muslims start Ramadan, World Cup fever undiminished

Muslims in much of Asia begin celebrating the holy month of Ramadan but in Indonesia even threats by hardliners to raid 'sinful' bars could not stop football fans heading to nightspots to watch the World Cup. Duration: 00:58
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8 Soccer Stars and Their Gorgeous Cars

We’re smack dab in the middle of yet another exciting world cup. This year, teams took their talents to South America to brace the Brazilian heat, all while keeping the cup close within their sites. But what do these futbol (soccer) stars do in their off time? They collect cars, of course. Albeit…
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If You Want To Make A Lot Of Money, There's Really Just One Industry To Go Into

We recently discussed what kids entering...
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I Bet You Didn't See This Obamacare Twist Coming

Obamacare enrollments topped the HHS' initial forecasts, but this latest poll sheds some potentially negative light on the demographics behind the new enrollees.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Outed as Gay on TV By CNBC Co-Anchor Simon Hobbs

On June 27, CNBC co-anchor Simon Hobbs accidentally outed Apple CEO Tim Cook as gay
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Mexican military chopper crosses border, fires on U.S. border patrol

A Mexican military helicopter flew across the border and fired at U.S. border patrol agents, reports local Arizona news outlet News 4 Tucson. Two shots were fired from the Mexican chopper, but both missed the agents. The U.S. Border Patrol released a statement saying the Mexican authorities were…
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INDIA BUILDINGS TOPPLE

The death toll in India in two building collapses in different cities continues to climb, with more victims trapped in the rubble.
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Here Are The Most Overvalued And Undervalued Housing Markets In America

Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia argues...
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Grim Theories Surface

In the months that have passed since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared, there have been a number of theories put forth as to what went wrong. While it won’t give the families of the 239 missing passengers the closure they still seek, perhaps the theories put forth in recent days can…
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Ex-girlfriend's testimony key to murder conviction

DOVER, N.H. (AP) — Defense lawyers and prosecutors stressed one thing throughout the trial of a 31-year-old man convicted of raping and killing a University of New Hampshire student: The key was the truthfulness of the defendant's ex-girlfriend.
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A SWAT team blew a hole in my 2-year-old son (UPDATE)

After our house burned down in Wisconsin a few months ago, my husband and I packed our four young kids and all our belongings into a gold minivan and drove to my sister-in-law’s place, just outside of Atlanta. After the SWAT team broke down the door, they threw a flashbang grenade inside.
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Catching Up With Jesse Camp, the Original Rock 'n' Roll Reality Star

In his first official, in-depth interview in years, the ex-MTV star sounds a bit like the loopy 18-year-old who refused to read his TRL cue cards in the late '90s, while occasionally lapsing into somber moments of self-reflection.
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Texas Tech incoming freshman reportedly punches women's basketball player in face

According to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, the incident happened Saturday during a pickup basketball game when Nigel Bethel II punched Amber Battle.
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Mother says Sonic served her family a bag of marijuana with their meal Odd News
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A mother claims that Sonic served her family a bag of marijuana with their drive-thru meal: yhoo.it/1sLcInh June 27, 2014
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Why are white, working class children in Britain falling behind?

Yates' story is illustrative of a gloomy truth: Too many of Britain's working class white children are faring so poorly at school they are unable to get a foothold in the workplace and in a fast-changing world. Last week, parliamentarians published a report showing that only 32 percent of working…
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5 Features Every Car Must Have. Period

There are certain car features that one night not consider “essential,” but if it were to not work– it would severely impact the driving experience. Call it #firstworldproblems, but if particular creature comforts were not on a vehicle, many people would not even consider buying it. We’re not…
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Rep. Issa: Shielding $300 Billion in Tax Evasion

The IRS simply does not have the budget to do its lawful job effectively, which is to collect revenue for the U.S. government. What does that mean for taxpayers?
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Two Older Planes That Airlines Won't Let Fade Away

Sometimes aerospace engineers just nail it: Size, range, and operating cost all come together in an airplane that fits a market need like a leather glove. Airbus and Boeing have focused their recent efforts on advanced composite airplanes that are lighter and burn less fuel. Sometimes it’s wiser…
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Paul McCartney Tickets For 'Out There' Tour Most Expensive At Candlestick Park and United Center

The Beatles are one of the most popular bands in the history of rock and roll. In 1966, fans paid between $4.50 and $6.50 for tickets, and The Beatles’ fee was around $90,000. In 1966, the secondary market was non-existent and even if it had been, tickets would have been going for under $1 with…
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The 'Star Wars' prequels get the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' treatment

Once you've struck gold with a successful YouTube mashup, there's only one way to follow it up: a prequel with more CGI, more pod racing, and a hyperactive rastafarian lizard used as comic relief. So naturally, after YouTube critic The Unusual Suspect had a hit mashing up the Guardians of the…
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Serena Williams ousted by Alize Cornet at Wimbledon (17 photos)

Serena Williams crashed to her earliest exit at Wimbledon for nine years as the world number one suffered a shock 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 loss against French 24th seed Alize Cornet in the third round on Saturday. - AFP
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VIDEO: Unhappy Chipmunk Beats Up Cat Before Escaping

This chipmunk is not one to back down. He seems pretty upset about the fact that he was just carried in a cat’s mouth and nearly eaten alive. So the chipmunk doubles back and gives the cat a piece of his mind.
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Why Apple Employees Never Wanted To Have Lunch With Steve Jobs

Former Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs is known for instilling Apple's ridiculously high standards when it comes to product design and development. A large part of meeting those standards involved motivating employees to work hard and be prepared at all times — values that Jobs took very…
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The Crumbling Post-35 Pregnancy Myth

The notion that women can’t and shouldn’t get pregnant after the age of 35 is finally starting to crumble. Science shows women can safely deliver healthy babies into their 40s.
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Pelosi calls surge of illegal immigrant children an ‘opportunity’

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi argued Saturday that the surge of illegal immigrant children and families crossing from Mexico into the U.S. is more of an "opportunity" than a "crisis." The Obama administration itself appears to be treating the surge as a crisis, assigning a point person --…
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NASA's new flying saucer could help us land on Mars

Landing the car-sized Curiosity rover on Mars was difficult enough, but what about when you want to go bigger? To test landing a larger payload on the Red Planet, NASA yesterday sent a flying saucer-like craft called the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) 180,000 feet into the Earth's…
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The First 4DX Movie Theater in the U.S. Opens With a Jolt

The U.S.’ first “4DX” movie theater opened this week at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 in Los Angeles — and Yahoo Movies was on the scene to hear, see, smell, and feel the action during a press screening ofCaptain America: The Winter Soldier. Using technology developed by South Korean company…
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'Zionism Unsettled' Guide Is Removed From Presbyterian Church (USA) Website

The Presbyterian Church (USA) has removed a controversial publication from its website that was targeted by prominent Jewish organizations and church members as being an attack against Israel. The 76-page booklet, "Zionism Unsettled: A Congregational Study Guide," was released in January by the…
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There's One Big Issue That's Slowly Killing The Xbox One And PS4

Resolution plays a huge role in the overall gameplay experience, and it's fast becoming a low-hanging ceiling that effectively limits the "next-generation" Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles. "Titanfall," the parkour shooter with large mechs thrown into the mix, is arguably the biggest debut yet…
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Police: Couple kept son locked away for years

DRIPPING SPRINGS, Texas (AP) — A man arrested for burglary in a Central Texas town told police he had been held captive for at least four years by his adoptive parents in a garage apartment locked on the outside, authorities said.
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‘Jeopardy’ Contestant Loses Game With Hilarious Final Answer (Video)

Comedian Ari Voukydis was stumped by the final “Jeopardy” question on Thursday's show but would not go down without a witty repartee.Host Alex Trebek asked the contestant, “In 1891, this European said, ‘Perhaps my factories will put an end to war sooner than your congresses.'”Also read: Watch the…
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Chael Sonnen Failed Second Random Drug Test, Two Substances Differ from First Failed Test

Chael Sonnen stepped into retirement earlier this month after testing positive for two prohibited substances and voluntarily admitting to a third following a random drug test administered on May 24 in Las Vegas. On Saturday, it came to light that Sonnen tested positive again in blood and urine…
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Belgium bitten by injury bug before World Cup showdown with U.S.

Starting defenders Vincent Kompany and Thomas Vermaelen could miss Tuesday's round-of-16 game against the Americans.
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Americans Think We Have the World’s Best Colleges. We Don’t. - NYTimes.com

Conventional wisdom has long held that our K-12 schools are mediocre or worse, while our colleges and universities are world class. America’s schools and colleges are actually far more alike than people believe — and not in a good way. The standard negative view of American K-12 schools has been…
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The Pitchforks Are Coming… For Us Plutocrats

You probably don’t know me, but like you I am one of those .01%ers, a proud and unapologetic capitalist. Then I founded aQuantive, an Internet advertising company that was sold to Microsoft in 2007 for $6.4 billion. Like you, I have a broad perspective on business and capitalism. In 1992, I was…
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Security alert in Philippines over terror threat

The Philippines stepped up security at key installations and all public areas in parts of the country's volatile south on Sunday following a terror threat, police said. The national police said they had received reliable information on a "possible terrorist threat" on the southern island of…
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World Cup: Police use tear gas at protest outside Maracana

Police in Brazil fired tear gas Saturday to disperse around 350 protesters marched just outside Rio de Janeiro's Maracana Stadium, where Colombia and Uruguay were playing a World Cup knock-out-stage match. Duration: 00:59
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Mountain lion scares shoppers in Utah

SANDY, Utah (AP) — Utah authorities captured a mountain lion Friday that startled people but didn't hurt anybody at a shopping center in a Salt Lake City suburb.
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Up for Sale: Ray Evernham’s Rally Fighter

In terms of motor racing, NASCAR couldn’t be more different than off-road rallying. The Sprint Cup favors hot unforgiving tarmac while events like the Dakar opt for…uh…hot unforgiving dirt. But those differences didn’t stop Ray Evernham, former NASCAR crew chief for Jeff Gordon, from buying the…
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Vietnam veteran, 73, loses job at Cracker Barrel after giving muffin to needy man

A 73-year-old Vietnam veteran paid a high price for a free muffin. Joe Koblenzer says he was fired by a Cracker Barrel restaurant in Florida after he gave a needy person a corn muffin for free, WWSB reported. Koblenzer, who had been with the eatery in Sarasota for three years, told the station that…
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Here's How Much Money You Can Really Earn As An Uber Driver

Working as an Uber driver is one of the...
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6 Things You Should Never Clean with Vinegar

This kitchen staple is handy around the house — just not in these spots.
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World Cup round of 16 - Netherlands vs. Mexico (62 photos)

Highlights from the round of 16 match between Netherlands and Mexico at Estadio Castelao on June 29, 2014 in Fortaleza, Brazil. For complete World Cup 2014 coverage visit Yahoo Sports and follow @YahooSoccer
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Packing a Punch: 20 Most Powerful Porsche Vehicles

Porsche (POAHF.PK) has made a name for itself by developing fast and powerful sports cars, and has been at it for many decades. The company dates back to 1931, where it was founded by Ferdinand Porsche in Stuttgart, Germany. The company has produced dozens of different cars over the years, and has…
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Texas couple say they locked up son out of fear he is rapist

By Lisa Maria Garza DALLAS (Reuters) - A Texas couple accused of locking up their son in an apartment garage for at least four years did so because they feared he was a rapist who put his family and community in danger, their lawyer told a bail hearing on Friday. Dane Thyssen, 39, and his wife…
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Sabres to buy out Christian Ehrhoff's remaining seven years of contract

The Sabres want to avoid cap recapture and will buyout Ehrhoff.
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Dodge Ram Pickups Probed Over Spinouts From Axle Lockups

U.S. auto-safety regulators are investigating complaints that rear axles on Dodge Ram pickups have locked up without warning while driving, causing vehicles to spin out at high speeds in some cases. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened the investigation after receiving 15…
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The Next Bridal Party Trend: Flashing Your Panties?

Images Trending on the Internet Indicate Some Wedding Photos Get a Little Wild
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Elizabeth Fechtel, Miss Florida, Loses Title Following Judges' Tabulation Error

Another beauty pageant queen has lost her crown this week for seemingly no reason at all, as an unrelated snafu cost her the title she just earned. Amanda Longacre, a 24-year-old who was named Miss Delaware 2014, lost hers because she is older than the Miss America organization allows. Longacre…
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‘The View’ Faces Highest Turnover Ever as Whoopi Goldberg’s Clout Grows

ABC’s “The View” has famously had plenty of comings and goings of co-hosts during its 17 years on the air, but never has the panel turned over quite as thoroughly as the shuffle in the works for the show’s 18th season. “The View” was already preparing for its post-Barbara Walters chapter, after…
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The exotic cars of 11 World Cup soccer stars (11 photos)

Although soccer athletes aren't widely recognized like basketball or baseball stars in the United States, they are household names in the rest of the world. They're also one of the highest paid: Cristiano Ronaldo is only second to Floyd Mayweather Jr, and the soccer superstar earned $80 million…
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Random fandom: Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons LOVES Canada's Eugenie Bouchard

They've corresponded for awhile, the sitcom actor and the up-and-coming tennis star. Parsons is seeing her play live for the first time at Wimbledon.
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Moving Image Shows 2 Shelter Dogs Who Turned To Each Other For Love And Companionship

All creatures need comfort and companionship, not just humans. A photo of two shelter dogs who, without a real home and people to love them, found friendship in one another, is making its rounds on the Internet this week. The touching image shows Delaware, a friendly 8-month-old a pit bull mix, and…
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Hobby Lobby's Argument Should Alarm People of Faith

Co-authored by Jill C. Morrison Tomorrow, lawyers representing Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties will tell the U.S. Supreme Court that the contraceptive-care mandate included in the Affordable Care Act violates their clients' religious liberty. Americans treasure the First Amendment…
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Apple Inc. to Launch Another Entirely New Product Besides the iWatch?

Apple is ready to grow its business, and it's not stopping at a smartwatch.
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Court rules Wal-Mart must compensate workers

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Canada's Supreme Court ruled Friday that Wal-Mart must compensate former workers at a Quebec store that was closed after they voted to become the first Wal-Mart store in North America to unionize.
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MAP: Some Parts Of The US Economy Are Growing REALLY Fast

This coming week we're going to get a bunch of...
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Here's What's To Come On 'Girl Meets World'

"Girl Meets World" premiered Friday night, June 27, and thus made all fans of "Boy Meets World" feel ridiculously old. The Disney Channel spin-off series follows Cory and Topanga Matthews all grown up as they raise their young daughter Riley. A new trailer previewing this season of "Girl Meets…
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Bobby Womack (1944-2014)

Soul-music genius Bobby Womack had talent to burn — and he burned it. He was in the first rank of songwriters, penning classics such as "It's All Over Now," which became the Rolling Stones' firs[...]
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Costa Concordia: Environmental Groups Warn The Final Voyage Could Also Be A Disaster

Two years later and the Costa Concordia is still wrecked on the small Italian island of Giglio. Italy’s emergency commissioner is now calling for the decayed wreckage to be removed before someone gets hurt, but environmental groups say moving the Costa Concordia to fast might be an environmental…
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Surprisingly, This Bank Has the Most Loyal Customers

Bank of America has undergone quite a turnaround in recent years, but it turns out, one bank crushes it when it comes to customer loyalty.
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Justina Pelletier says 'no one should go through' her ordeal

Justina Pelletier, the 16-year-old Connecticut girl taken from her parents more than a year ago after two hospitals clashed over her diagnosis, told Fox News’ Mike Huckabee in an emotional interview Saturday that no child should go through the ordeal she went through at the hands of the…
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Facebook’s Unethical Experiment Manipulated Users’ Emotions

Facebook has been experimenting on us. A new paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reveals that Facebook intentionally manipulated the news feeds of almost 700,000 users in order to study “emotional contagion through social networks.” Katy Waldman is a Slate staff writer. The…
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Why the All-New 2015 Ford Edge Is Radically Different (F)

Ford revealed the all-new 2015 Edge SUV this past week. Ford (NYSE: F ) revealed its all-new 2015 Edge crossover SUV at an event at its Dearborn headquarters this past week. The new Edge will begin arriving at Ford dealers in the U.S. early next year. The new Edge is a little sleeker and more…
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Baja Bug revived: Volkswagen’s Beetle Dune might be headed for production

The VW Beetle Dune that was presented in Detroit earlier this year might be added to the Volkswagen catalog as a regular-production model.
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‘Duck Dynasty’: Phil Robertson’s Family Handles Lilly Dating Like The Duggar Family

The Duck Dynasty family may have one major thing in common between them and the Duggar family besides their Christian faith: they both want to keep close tabs on their daughters when they begin dating, with Jep Robertson tagging along as the chaperone for 11-year-old Lilly when she went on her…
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This Site Shows Who Is Hacking Whom Right Now — And The US Is Getting Hammered - CLONE

U.S.-based computer security firm Norse has...
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What Music Do Animals Like?

Research published today by the American Psychological Association has shown that chimpanzees prefer listening to West African akan and North Indian raga over listening to silence. What does this say about the evolutionary purpose of music?
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Jessica Simpson Sizzles In Plunging Dress For Sexy New Fragrance Ad

Jessica Simpson is feeling light as a feather. "Love the ad for my signature fragrance available this August! Shot by my fav Gilles Bensimon," she captioned the sexy shot, in which she's seen sporting a cleavage-baring sleeveless Oscar de la Renta dress, adorned with wispy feathers. Love the ad for…
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Why Darden Kept Olive Garden and Dumped Red Lobster

They're both struggling restaurant brands, so why did Darden drop one and keep the other?
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James Rodríguez shines for Colombia in the World Cup(20 photos)

Colombian midfielder James Rodríguez is the breakout star of the World Cup 2014, delighting fans with his goals and celebrations. He scored twice against Uruguay to send his country to the quarter-finals. For complete World Cup 2014 coverage visit Yahoo Sports and follow @YahooSoccer
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Hope Solo Breaks Silence Following Domestic Violence Arrest

The Soccer Player Spoke Out About the 'Highly Unfortunate Incident.'
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Obama’s 'woe is me' attitude

Say this for President Obama: He’s got an uncanny ability to block out distractions and keep his eye on the ball. Facing a horrific expansion of terrorism in the Mideast, a meltdown of public support at home and major rebukes by the Supreme Court, the president remains fixated on No. 1. “I’m…
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Courteney Cox's Engagement Ring: See the First Pic!

Congrats to Courteney Cox and Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid! After Courteney was spotted weari...
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Snakes And Bees Are Driving Boko Haram Out Of The Forest

Boko Haram militants have fled from deep within the Nigerian forest in the northeast of the country, after incessant snake bites and bee stings became too much for them to bear, according to local media reports. Two suspected Boko Haram fighters were captured by the Nigerian civilian JTF army after…
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12 Foods To Keep You Fuller, Longer

By Carey Rossi When you're trying to lose weight, cutting back on the amount you eat is a given -- but feeling hungry all the time is one of the major reasons why most diets fail within a week. Still, you can silence your grumbling stomach without consuming extra calories. In fact, eating certain…
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North Carolina man rides trunk of speeding car on freeway

A man was caught on video riding on the trunk of a car and threatening the driver on a North Carolina freeway.
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‘Star Trek 3′ Will Stay True to Original Franchise, Go Into ‘Deep Space’

“Star Trek 3″ will boldly go where no man has gone before. Director Roberto Orci promises that the latest installment of the rebooted franchise will stay true to its roots as it heads back to deep space. “In this movie, they are closer than they are to the original series characters that you have…
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Why Car Dealers Want to Take You for a Ride (F, TM)

Well-equipped models like this Ford Fusion are very profitable for the automakers, but most mainstream new-car dealers operate on much thinner margins than customers realize. In fact, in recent years, new-car dealers selling mass-market brands like Toyota (NYSE: TM ) or Ford (NYSE: F ) have…
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Wie leads rain-delayed NW Arkansas Championship

ROGERS, Ark. (AP) — Whether it's because of her improved play or the reason for it, Michelle Wie appears as comfortable on and off the golf course as at any time in her career.
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London Church Gets Resurrected With Funky, Zebra-Print Style

Photo via Design You Trust Between the groovy bubble furniture, zebra-print rugs, piano, and monochromatic color palette, this renovated family home in London willfully neglects the whole "tasteful house of the holy" look converted churches tend to go for in...
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Iraq crisis: Russian fighter jets arrive as Iraq military battles ISIS

Five Russian Sukhoi fighter jets arrived Saturday in Iraq, the first of 25 warplanes expected to be delivered under a contract agreed to by Moscow and Baghdad, the Ministry of Defense said in a statement provided to CNN. The announcement follows a comment by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that…
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Maine woman sentenced to prison for grisly murder of husband

(Reuters) - A Bangor, Maine, woman on Friday was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the gruesome murder of her husband, whom she was convicted of killing with pliers and a baseball bat, officials said. Roxanne Jeskey, 51, was found guilty last month of the 2011 murder of her 53-year-old husband,…
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Illegal Immigrant Children Contracting HIV on Trip to US

Some of the children coming across the Mexican border are testing positive for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, and a Texas health official says that some may have contracted the disease during their long journey north from Central America. Most of the young people who have entered the country are…
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NFL: The 7 Worst Quarterbacks Set to Start in 2014

The NFL has a whole host of incredible quarterbacks in the league right now, and the position has almost never been deeper. These are not those guys.
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‘Game Of Thrones’ Spoilers: George R.R Martin Teases More Deaths, Betrayals & Weddings In The Winds Of Winter

Game Of Thrones creator, George R.R. Martin has promised “more deaths and betrayals” in the Winds Of Winter, the sixth sixth novel in the A Song Of Ice and Fire saga. Martin has promised even more heartbreaking twists and turns in the latest addition to the bestseller, while he has also teased that…
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Anti-immigrant sentiment is down in the United States — way down

A new poll shows an increasing number of Americans want to see less immigration to the United States, with the less-immigration crowd jumping from 35 percent of the population the last couple years to 41 percent today. Today, those numbers are reversed, with 54 percent emphasizing legalization and…
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This Will Make You Long For Your 1990s Cell Phone

Do you remember when "app" was short for nothing except "appetizer" and phones were things you made calls on? We do, and this jokey graphic from comedy site Kind Of Normal suddenly has us pining for the days of the Nokia phone. Because even with their bells and whistles, smartphones still can't…
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UFC Fight Night San Antonio Fighter Bonuses: Swanson and Stephens Score Fight of the Night

The Ultimate Fighting Championship made its debut in San Antonio on Saturday night with UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs. Stephens. After the fights, UFC officials handed out the customary $50,000 bonuses for Fight of the Night and Performance of the Night honors. Ray Borg submitted Shane Howell with a…
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Godzilla learns some manners

For one, it is not small; it is seven inches longer than a Porsche 911 Turbo and some 300 pounds heavier. The Ferrari 458 Italia, a performance benchmark for Nissan engineers, is all sensual curves and scalpel edges. The 911 Turbo, also on the engineers’ dartboard, has a disarming, round-eyed…
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Luke Grimes Left “True Blood” Because He Refused To Play Gay

As True Blood enters its seventh and final season, there’s almost too much going on to notice the recasting of James, the hunky vampire boyfriend Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) got paired with at the end of Season 6. When Luke Grimes suddenly left the show in December, HBO attributed his decision to…
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Dimitrov looks to banish unwanted 'Baby Fed' tag

By Michael Hann LONDON (Reuters) - Eleventh seed Grigor Dimitrov is hoping a successful Wimbledon will help consign to history some of the unwanted nicknames he has been given in his career. The Bulgarian was handed the 'Baby Fed' tag because he is similar in playing style to seven-times Wimbledon…
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Southwest Airlines finds itself at a crossroads

Southwest's CEO discusses airline's evolving business plan.
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Kelly Rowland Exposes Growing Baby Bump in Intense Gym Workout: Pictures

Now pregnant with her first child, Kelly Rowland continued to work out, sharing pictures featuring her exposed baby bump on Instagram
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Jailed Benghazi Suspect 'not Cooperative': U.S. Congressman

Representative Mike Rogers said on Sunday, that the Libyan militia leader accused of being part of the deadly 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, has been "compliant but not cooperative" with U.S. interrogators. Ahmed Abu Khatallah, captured in Libya earlier this month by…
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Cruise ship returns to Seattle following fire

SEATTLE (AP) — A fire in the boiler room of a cruise ship carrying nearly 3,000 people prompted the vessel to return to port in Seattle, officials said.
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Defeated Mississippi Tea Party Candidate Declares He 'Won'

State Senator Chris McDaniel, who was narrowly...
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Nevada university students call on Clinton to return speaking fee

When it rains, it pours for Hillary Clinton. Students at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas are asking the former secretary of state to return the speaking fee she is set to collect when she appears at a university fundraiser in October. The calls, which are gleefully being pushed by national and…
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Don’t Let the Doctor Do This to Your Newborn

Imagine you are in recovery from labor, lying in bed, holding your infant. In your arms you cradle a stunningly beautiful, perfect little being. Completely innocent and totally vulnerable, your baby is entirely dependent on you to make all the choices that will define their life for many years to…
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Britney Spears, Tori Spelling, Clay Aiken and More Celebs Admit to Plastic Surgery—Do They Look Better or Worse?! on Botched

Tons of our favorite celebs have been very candid about plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures, ...
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Social Security: Why You Shouldn't Regret Taking Benefits at 62

While some "experts" like to make retirees feel guilty about taking Social Security early, there's mounting evidence that there's absolutely no reason for you to regret taking benefits at 62....
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Russell Simmons Says Hollywood Is ‘Segregated’

“I moved here, so I could meditate with my kids in the morning and take them to school,” Russell Simmons told TheWrap. To integrate Hollywood. “You think in the last 15 years there was no black comedians or you think that they haven't been integrated properly?” he asked, referring to the '90s when…
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Ukrainian soldiers call for lifting of cease-fire

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Several hundred Ukrainian soldiers and activists gathered outside the presidential administration in Kiev on Sunday to call for an end to the cease-fire in eastern Ukraine, an indication that tensions remain high a day ahead of a deadline for steps toward easing the violence.
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Pope Francis Back at Work After Suddenly Canceling a Scheduled Mass

Fears were raised as 77-year-old Pope Francis suddenly canceled a scheduled mass.
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North Korea Threatens 'Resolute and Merciless Response,' Even 'All Out War'

Has the United States sent its Special Forces or drones into or over the territory of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea? Or, worse, has the United States prohibited Dennis Rodman from celebrating any more of Kim Jong-Un's birthdays in North Korea? No, "it" is much worse than that.
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The Fault In Our Stars’ Ansel Elgort Has A Girlfriend

Ansel Elgort, one of the leading stars of The Fault in Our Stars film, based on the novel The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, recently introduced his girlfriend to the world. Komyshan is a ballerina, to be exact, who met the Fault in Our Stars heartthrob at LaGuardia High School of Music & Art…
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Pakistan family slits throats of young couple over love marriage

By Mubasher Bukhari LAHORE Pakistan (Reuters) - A young couple in Pakistan were tied up and had their throats slit with scythes after they married for love, police said Saturday. The 17-year-old girl and 31-year-old man married on June 18 without the consent of their families in eastern Pakistan's…
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Florida vet says 'Bring it on,' as he faces eviction over flower pot flag

A Florida veteran who is facing foreclosure for insisting on displaying a small American flag in a flower pot on his front stoop is telling his homeowner's association to "bring it on." “The flag is worth fighting for,” 73-year-old Larry Murphree, of Jacksonville, told FoxNews.com Friday.…
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China’s Xi Urges Asian Security Framework to Counter U.S.

China’s President Xi Jinping reiterated his call for a new security framework for Asia, as the country’s claims over disputed territory increasingly challenge U.S. alliances in the region. Xi warned against any single power’s attempt to dominate international affairs and said China will never seek…
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Where were you when the iPhone launched? - CNET

Jeremy Bachrach, far right, with his friends and little brother outside The Oaks mall in Thousand Oaks, Calif., the night before the original iPhone launch. Seven years ago, Jeremy Bachrach, then a 17-year-old high school student, waited in line outside a mall in Thousand Oaks, Calif., with his…
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Luis Suarez bottle opener shaped like his mouth pops top with a bite

FIFA may have suspended Uruguay and Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after he bit Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini during a World Cup game Tuesday, but the Suarez biting memes just keep coming. Suarez bottle openers started popping up on EBay this week.
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Top Mormon leaders repeat ‘only men’ qualify for priesthood

For months, LDS feminists have been asking top Mormon leaders to address directly the question of female ordination. On Saturday, church leaders finally did, and the answer was no. Though the “blessings of [God’s] priesthood” in the LDS Church are available to both men and women, priesthood offices…
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IndyCar: Marco Andretti fined; Sato, Conway cleared to drive today

Andretti also placed on three races of probation, starting with today's Race 2 of the Houston IndyCar doubleheader.
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Sumerian King List Still Puzzles Historians After More Than a Century of Research - The Epoch Times

Out of the many incredible artefacts that have been recovered from sites in Iraq where flourishing Sumerian cities once stood, few have been more intriguing that the Sumerian King List, an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the Sumerian language, listing kings of Sumer (ancient southern…
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CM Punk returning to the WWE soon, according to Alberto Del Rio

According to a June 27 report from Wrestling Inc., WWE superstar Alberto Del Rio believes CM Punk will return to active pro wrestling competition sometime in the near future. What can WWE Universe take away from Del Rio's comments? Some think Punk will never return to the WWE, while others believe…
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Don Johnson, Dakota Johnson's Dad, Won't See 'Fifty Shades Of Grey'

There's one family member who won't be seeing Dakota Johnson in "Fifty Shades of Grey" - her dad! Don Johnson said he will be skipping his daughter's big screen debut as Anastasia Steele when the film hits theaters next year - but not because he can't handle see Dakota in the racy role. "This is…
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Michigan Accountant Accused of Killing Boss Over Embezzlement

Prosecutors Allege Andy Brown Acted in Desperation
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3 Biotech Stocks with Jaw-Dropping Growth Potential

These three biotechs could see revenue and earnings grow at breakneck pace next year. Here's what you need to know.
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Singer Chris Brown left his mark in home, moves on

Chris Brown, the singer whose Hollywood Hills house once drew the ire of neighbors for its graffiti-like artwork, has sold his hillside residence for $1.69 million.
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Rewind: NL West up for grabs, so is Giants' closer role

SAN FRANCISCO Matt Cain provided stability Saturday night. He threw seven shutout innings, all concrete and rebar, and it was exactly what the Giants needed to reinforce themselves after losing 13 of 17 games. Sergio Romo got swallowed alive, the Giants couldnt complete a searing comeback, and a…
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U.S. Military Enlistment Recruiters Reject 71 Percent Of Applicants For Army, Navy, Marines, And Air Force

United States military enlistment recruiters are rejecting 71 percent of all applicants according to the U.S. Pentagon. In a related report by The Inquisitr, even though President Obama recently touted the Afghanistan war ending, and how many US troops will be coming home, he’d still like to keep a…
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FAMILY'S HARD TIMES KNOCK TEEN OFF TRACK FOR DIPLOMA

DEAR ABBY: I'm 17 and a junior in high school. My family has recently been hit with hard times. We lost our home and are living in a motel, and I am struggling with depression. I haven't attended school since last September. However, I am feeling well enough to the point where I'd like to start…
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Boeing Delivers 1,500th 747 As Future Of The Model Remains In Doubt

Boeing delivered its 1,500th 747 to Germany's Lufthansa Airlines today at Paine Field in Everett, Washington. This aircraft, registered D-ABYP is the 14th 747-8i for Lufthansa's fleet. At the delivery ceremony, Boeing 747 Program VP and General Manager Eric Lindblad said:
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Police say family of 4 found dead in California

TURLOCK, Calif. (AP) — Police in Central California said on Friday they found a family of four dead inside a home in what appeared to be a murder-suicide.
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Is America Building the Wrong Kind of Submarine?

Once upon a time, nuclear power was cool. Today, it's just expensive -- and kind of dangerous. Is there a lesson in this for the U.S. Navy?
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Chris Rock on Hosting BET Awards: 'I've Got A Lot of Jokes I Want to Get Off My Chest'

The comedian discussed how he is preparing for the award show and what fans can expect from his new comedy tour.
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Sarah Chalke Joins Fox's Backstrom

Chalke will play Amy Gazanian, the ex-fiance of Wilson's titular detective. Though she left him 10 years ago, Amy continues to have lingering feelings for the trauma-riddled Backstrom. "When we first began our search for this crucial character we all agreed that we needed someone like Sarah…
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Rousey Losing at UFC 175 Would Be Great for Women's MMA

Ronda Rousey is a woman possessed whenever she steps into the Octagon, which she will do for the third time in less than seven months at UFC 175 against Alexis Davis. Davis fought Rosi Sexton on the pay-per-view portion of UFC 161, but that only came about because two of the feature bouts (Renan…
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Why Car Dealers Want to Take You for a Ride

They're not making as much money as you think they are.
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Israel hits Gaza after rocket attack

Israeli warplanes strike Gaza overnight in response to a rocket attack on southern Israel. Natalie Thomas reports.
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Duquette says Machado's suspension 'gross inequity'

When Manny Machados appeal of his five-game suspension for the bat throwing incident was heard on Thursday, Dan Duquette forcefully argued for a reduction. Duquette, the Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations, joined manager Buck Showalter and took questions for about 30 minutes…
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​Nancy Giles: Let's sue Congress!

In this web-exclusive commentary, "Sunday Morning" contributor Nancy Giles says House Speaker John Boehner's planned lawsuit against President Obama because "the president has not faithfully executed the laws" deserves an appropriate response: When he took the gavel after Nancy Pelosi, the first…
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‘Transformers 4’ Producer Discusses Critics, ‘Transformers 5’ Release Date

Like it or not, Transformers 4 made a ton of money this weekend. Despite a slew of negative reviews from critics and endless waves of hate from haters, director Michael Bay’s latest mega-budget Transformers flick proved once again that there’s a market for his unique brand of cinematic tomfoolery.…
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If Hobby Lobby Wins, Pro-life Christians Lose

This weekend, the craft and home décor store, along with numerous evangelical institutions that have filed briefs in its support -including my former employer the National Association of Evangelicals--are hoping and praying God will favor them with a whole new expansion of religious freedom and the…
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Beyoncé’s Denim-Looking, Form-Fitting White Jumpsuit: Gotta Have It or Make It Stop? on Fashion Police

When it comes to Beyoncé's tour costumes, our typical stance is total and complete worship. The ...
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News: National Society of Newspaper Columnists Honors Roger Ebert | Balder and Dash | Roger Ebert

On Saturday, June 28, 2014, The National Society of Newspaper Columnists chose to honor the writing of Roger Ebert within their annual column contest.
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No fear for Mexico against Netherlands

Mexico coach Miguel Herrera will make one change to his starting lineup to face the Netherlands in the World Cup second round - and says his team is ''ready to make history'' on Sunday. Versatile midfielder Carlos Salcido will replace suspended Jose Juan Vazquez in Fortaleza, Herrera said on…
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Sorry, Folks, Rich People Don't Create The Jobs

Centi-millionaire Nick Hanauer is at it again. One of the country's most successful entrepreneurs and investors, Hanauer is on a mission to teach his fellow 1%-ers how the economy actually works — how jobs are actually created, how a higher minimum wage would actually help, and how the crazy…
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