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  • Here's what went wrong between Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner

    Following months of speculation about their marital status, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have officially announced that they are getting divorced. A source said that the things have been very challenging for the last several months between the soon to be ex-husband and -wife, who have been dodging split rumors for some time, E! Online reported.

  • Economist Makes Bold Statement on U.S. Economy


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

  • Toyota's top female executive steps down after arrest in Japan

    Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday that Julie Hamp, its first female managing officer, had resigned following her arrest last month on suspicion of illegally importing the painkiller oxycodone into Japan. Hamp, a U.S. citizen, leaves Toyota about a month after she relocated to Tokyo to become the Japanese automaker's chief communications officer. In a statement, Toyota said it had accepted Hamp's resignation after "considering the concerns and inconvenience that recent events have caused our stakeholders".

  • Going Strong! Zac Efron Hits the Beach With Sami Miró

    It looks like Zac Efron and girlfriend Sami Miró are going strong! The 27-year-old actor and the ...

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  • Death of Maryland boy pushed in swing for three days ruled homicide

    Officers found the boy, Ji’Aire Lee, around 7 a.m. on May 22 after witnesses reported seeing a woman pushing a child on a swing for an unusually long time at a park in La Plata, about 35 miles (55 km) south of Washington, Richardson said. The boy was alive Wednesday when he was placed in the swing where he stayed until police found him, Richardson said.

  • The central bank chief who saw the 2008 crash coming takes back that whole 'next Great Depression' thing he said

    Last week, Raghuram Rajan, India's rock star central bank governor who is credited with...

    Business Insider
  • KBB's 10 Favorite New Car Models of 2015


    2015 brings us dozens of new cars, trucks and SUVs. KBB's experts have done the research and determined their 10 favorite new models of the year.

  • Early hours of free agency yield solid returns for Mavericks, and one key loss

    While some NBA executives will pull all-nighters after free agency began at 11 p.m. Tuesday, the rest of us need to put a bow around what’s happened in the first few hours of the busiest time of the year. For the Dallas Mavericks, they did what they had to do. Dirk Nowitzki, Chandler Parsons, Donnie Nelson and Mark Cuban led the meeting with Jordan while coach Rick Carlisle and athletic trainer Casey Smith hooked up with Matthews, who is coming off an Achilles tear and no doubt was a captive audience for Smith, widely regarded as one of the NBA’s best medical men.

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  • Scientists stumped by enormous pyramid on dwarf planet Ceres

    Scientists say they’re stumped and surprised by a new discovery on the surface of Ceres, a dwarf planet that lies in the asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Observed by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, new data suggests the space rock is home to several unexplained bright spots, along with a three-mile high pyramid poking out of the protoplanet’s surface. Ceres is considered to be a “fossil” from the early solar system, which is why NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is so eager to get a closer look. Speaking to the LA Times, Christopher Russell, Dawn’s principal investigator, said he never dreamed of discovering bright spots—and he has no idea what that pyramid might be.

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  • Consumer Reports finds some newer cars burn too much oil

    DETROIT (AP) — Newer cars aren't supposed to need more oil between oil changes, but Consumer Reports found that some engines — mainly from Audi, BMW and Subaru — require an extra quart as often as once a month.

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