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  • 2015 Mortgage Rates Take Huge Dip- 2.97% APR

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  • I tried Shake Shack and In-N-Out side by side — and it's clear which one is better

    While planning a vacation to sunny Austin, Texas, I noticed something peculiar. The town has a Shake Shack and an In-N-Out Burger within its boundaries. Truly, Austin is a "weird" place. In fact, Austin is one of only two cities — the other being Las Vegas — where the chains coexist.

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  • Miley Cyrus just torpedoed her own career, and MTV helped

    On first glance, Viacom giving Miley Cyrus carte blanche on live TV for three hours seems like a gift, a cynical holiday bonus from a company whose dwindling relevance was temporarily decelerated in 2013 by her headline-grabbing twerk-like gestures and tongue gymnastics. The conversation came to the recent Twitter exchange between Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj, and Nicki's claim that the VMAs were quicker to reward female artists of a certain race (white) and a certain body type (model-thin).

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  • Migrant child's body on beach shocks Europe

    A photograph of a toddler's lifeless body washed ashore on a Turkish beach after a migrant boat sank swept across Europe on Wednesday, in a poignant image of the refugee crisis. The images showed the little boy lying face down in the sand near Bodrum, one of Turkey's prime tourist resorts, before he was picked up by a police officer in photographs taken by the Dogan news agency.

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  • Jennifer Aniston Looks Super Fit During an On-Set Workout and We Can't Even Handle It!

    Jennifer Aniston is looking so great! The 46-year-old actress is back at work and looking super fit during a workout on the set of her upcoming film, Mother's Day. WATCH: Let's All Swoon Over Jennifer Aniston's Wedding Ring FameFlynet An eyewitness tells ET that Jennifer Aniston was happy, friendly and in a good mood, while filming in Atlanta, Georgia with Kate Hudson. FameFlynet WATCH: All the Details From Inside Jennifer and Justin’s Secret Wedding Aniston is back on the movie's set for the first time since marrying 44-year-old Justin Theroux last month, and things have already gotten steamy for the former Friends star, who was snapped wearing nothing but a towel, while filming on Monday. The actress has also been rocking her gorgeous Jennifer Meyer-designed wedding band. The pretty pair tied the knot in a private ceremony at Aniston's house on August 5, under the guise of a birthday party for Theroux, before heading off to a luxurious honeymoon together in Bora Bora. Aniston met Theroux in 2011 while vacationing with Friends co-star and real-life pal Courteney Cox. They announced their engagement in August 2012. PHOTOS: The Biggest Celebrity Weddings of 2015 "It does feel different," Theroux told People of married life. "I'm very happy. It's nice to be able to look down and see a new piece of jewelry on my finger." ET caught up with Aniston at her She's Funny That Way premiere in August, where she dished on how she kept the big day under wraps. "We had the beautiful luxury of having a beautiful private moment and I'm going to be selfish and keep it that way!" she said. Watch below!

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  • Change Up Your Daily Cleansing Ritual

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  • Iran Commander: We're Getting Prepared to Overthrow Israel

    As the White House secured their last needed vote to block a veto override in the Senate on the nuclear deal, Iran unleashed a double-pronged attack: vowing to block inspector access to some sites, and vowing to continue preparations to destroy Israel. Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan said today that the International Atomic Energy Agency — which inked confidential deals with Tehran that Congress has not been able to see — would not be able to see all the facilities it wants to. “Iran does not plan to issue permission for the IAEA to inspect every site,” Dehqan said in an interview with al-Mayadeen news network on Wednesday, reported the semi-official Fars News Agency.

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  • A 'grey swan' hurricane unlike anything we've ever seen could destroy Tampa

    Ten years ago Hurricane Katrina topped the list of the worst storms to ever hit the US when it triggered a 28-feet-tall storm surge that swept over the city. In a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change, researchers simulated thousands of hurricanes that could hit sometime in the next century.

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  • 9 things mentally strong people do to manage stress

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  • Australian police won't charge Mel Gibson over tirade claim

    SYDNEY (AP) — Police say they do not intent to charge Oscar-winning director Mel Gibson over an allegation that he shoved and abused a newspaper photographer who snapped pictures of him and his new girlfriend in Sydney last month.

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  • Lost Australian sheep yields 30 sweaters worth of fleece

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A lost, overgrown sheep found in Australian scrubland was shorn for perhaps the first time on Thursday, yielding 40 kilograms (89 pounds) of wool — the equivalent of 30 sweaters — and shedding almost half his body weight.

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  • The September Issue at Phillips Collection Thursday, Sept. 3

    Though its radically varying temperatures make dressing nearly impossible, fashion magazines want you to know that September is an important month for commerce.

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