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  • A Same-Sex Couple Faces Anti-Gay Vandalism as They Fight 'Devastating' Lawsuit from Neighbors

    Keith Davis and David Ruth couldn't wait to move their family into their new home. "When we drove through the neighborhood, we loved everything," says Davis, 36, who bought his home in Avondale, Pennsylvania, with his partner in October 2014. "A lot of other homes in the neighborhood have fences, so at the time I thought he was just upset that my property line went all the way up to his house," Davis tells PEOPLE.

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  • Concert review: Gwen Stefani pulls fast one on security

    It was not necessarily shaping up to be a great night for Gwen Stefani in Charlotte. This past spring, the 46-year-old No Doubt frontwoman turned to Groupon for help with the show here, which can be an indicator of lukewarm interest. Then Live Nation held a Fourth-of-July-weekend sale, offering four lawn tickets for a dirt-cheap $40. And on Saturday night, as concertgoers came through the gates at PNC Music Pavilion, they were greeted by a salesperson touting the opportunity to upgrade from lawn to pavilion seats for just $10. That, of course, could only mean one thing: There were a lot of pavilion seats that were empty. For the first seven songs in her 25-song set, anyway, Stefani ignored the

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  • ‘Dora the Explorer’ Under Fire After Trump Surrogate Rips Tim Kaine for Speaking Spanish

    Scottie Nell Hughes, a CNN conservative commentator, did not appreciate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine speaking Spanish during a rally with Hillary Clinton after becoming her running mate on the Democratic ticket. Hughes continued, “But what Mr. Trump did, he spoke in a language that all Americans can understand. Hughes appreciated the fact that she could understand everything that was going on at the Republican National Convention, but was worried she might have a different experience at the Democratic National Convention.

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  • Careful! These 10 Cars Look Nice, but They're Made Cheap

    They may look alright on the outside, but when it comes to overall quality, these 10 cars can't cut the mustard.

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  • Kourtney Kardashian Shows Off Her Chiseled Bod in White Hot Bikini

    Leave it to a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family to do anything to get the perfect shot. Kourtney Kardashian took to Instagram today to share a sexy bikini selfie, but the star revealed in the caption that it wasn't as easy to get as it looks thanks to her height. In the snap, the mother of three rocks a white two-piece swimsuit as she stands on top of a couch so that she is tall enough to be in front of a mirror. The 37-year-old has her long brunette strands tucked into a straw hat and i

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  • News anchor slips from waterfall, dies day before 25th birthday

    Local morning news anchor Taylor Terrell died Thursday after falling from the peak of a waterfall in North Carolina on the evening before her 25th birthday, officials said. Terrell, of Conyers, anchored 41NBC News at Daybreak and 41Today. “Taylor was a hard worker with a bright smile. She rose through the ranks from intern to reporter, to weekend anchor, to morning anchor and was eager to prepare for her next chapter,” News Director Brandon Long wrote in an email to The Telegraph. “This is a devastating loss for us here at 41NBC and most definitely for her family.” In celebration of her birthday Friday, Terrell and a friend visited Rainbow Falls, a 150-foot-tall waterfall in North Carolina’s

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  • The World's Best Aircraft-Killer Missile is Now in Service (And Its Not American)

    The technical details of air-to-air missiles are extremely complicated, but the concept is simple — destroy your target before the target destroys you. One way to improve the odds is to add an air-breathing ramjet engine to give the weapon a boost. That’s the design philosophy behind the Meteor, a 419-pound rail-launched MiG killer which entered service for the first time with the Swedish air force on July 11. Stockholm’s agile, delta-wing Gripen fighters carry the missiles. “The Swedish air force is now in its Initial Operational Capability phase with the Meteor,” Swedish air force chief Maj. Gen. Mats Helgesson said. “The Meteor missile is the most lethal radar-guided missile in operational

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  • 6 months before he leaves office, Obama nixes a bill to trim ex-presidents' pay

    In just the 11th veto of his time in office, President Obama on Friday rejected the "Presidential Allowance Modernization Act of 2016," a bill which would have capped former presidents' expense accounts at $200,000 a year and phased out presidential pensions for former executives who independently make at least $400,000 annually. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the veto was issued out of concern that the bill would "immediately terminate salaries and all benefits to staffers carrying out the official duties of former presidents" and require the government to "immediately terminate leases, and remove furniture." Earnest indicated that Obama, who will himself be an ex-president in

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