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  • Two London teens have married IS group fighters: lawyer

    Two of three teenage girls who travelled from Britain to Syria sparking criticism of the police response have married Islamic State (IS) group fighters, the lawyer for their families said Saturday. Kadiza Sultana, 16, and 15-year-olds Shamima Begum and Amira Abase left their homes in February and flew to Istanbul before crossing into Syria. "It entrenches their lives in Syria, rather than in Britain.

  • Economist: The Cold Hard Truth about America


    In this controversial interview, economist, Jim Rickards reveals a looming economic crisis, and how American’s can protect their wealth today.

  • Jennifer Garner's feminist decision could have signaled her divorce

    Affleck is the real-life Don Draper, minus his secret identity. A source close to the couple revealed that Affleck's attitude toward gender roles in marriage veered so far into the "traditional" category that they could be deemed sexist — and that could help explain why Garner's once red-hot career slowed down considerably when the couple started having children.

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  • Your Guide to Peeing Politely—Anywhere You've Gotta Go

    Restroom etiquette is significant because you’re in a private space, but it’s still a place other people use.

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  • The Latest: Federer beats Groth to advance at Wimbledon

    LONDON (AP) — The latest from Wimbledon (all times local):

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  • Calvin Harris Confirms Taylor Swift Can Do Anything in First Instagram Pic

    The couple that cooks together... stays together? If hunky music-maker Calvin Harris' first Instagram of his superstar girlfriend is any indication, this power couple won't end up being just another sad breakup song. In the pic, a sweet-and-sexy looking Swift gets into the Fourth of July spirit as she mans the grill, where she's barbecuing something that can't possibly be as delicious as these two lovebirds. "She cooks too," the DJ gushed in the captioned photo posted late Thursday night.  WATCH: Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris Named Forbes' Highest Paid Celebrity Couple  Harris' flame emojis were certainly a nice (and festive!) touch, but it's been clear since April that the figurative fireworks have been flying between the 31-year-old Scottish stud and his multi-talented boo. More proof their relationship is on fire: Recently, Harris cat-sat for for the 25-year-old "Shake It Off" singer as she trekked to Europe for her 1989 World Tour. That can only mean one thing: #Trust. Harris has become Swift's own personal cheerleader in recent weeks, and not just when it comes to her cooking. After Swift convinced Apple to change its policy with an open letter regarding the company's new streaming service, Harris praised her, tweeting, "my girl just changed the entire music industry."  I just played a gig inside a giant owl and my girl just changed the entire music industry what a day— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) June 22, 2015 WATCH: Taylor Swift Gives Calvin Harris a Subtle Shout-Out  Already feeling nostalgic over the Harris-Swift love story? Reminisce with the video below: 

  • Jim Rickards: The End of the Dollar


    In this must-see interview, economist, Jim Rickards reveals a looming economic crisis, and how American’s can protect their wealth today.

  • Kate Gosselin Opens Up About Troubled Son Collin

    Kate Gosselin comes clean. The 40-year-old denied reports in the past that her son, Collin was expelled from school, after he allegedly displayed...

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  • Two Marines, One Deployment And The End Of A Marriage

    Anny Pena, 30, and Jonny Pena, 32, met when they were both deployed in Arizona. StoryCorps' Military Voices Initiative records stories from members of the U.S. military who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. When former Marine Staff Sgt. Jonny Pena came back from Afghanistan, he wasn't the same man who had left for the war.

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  • 78 years ago, a journalist studied 500 rich men and boiled down their success into 13 steps

    At the peak of Andrew Carnegie's career, he crossed paths with an impressive journalist named...

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