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  • New Orleans Restaurant Under Fire For Racist Receipt

    A restaurant in New Orleans says it’s “shocked and appalled” after a receipt from the establishment bearing a racial slur began circulating on social media.An image of the itemized receipt from Huck Finn’s Cafe, dated May 21, shows the words “n----r 100% dislike” typed beneath an order for a Thin Catfish Platter. It was uploaded to...

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  • Should This High Schooler Have Been Suspended for Her 'Inappropriate' Dress?

    Evette Reay, 18, was suspended on her last day of school for wearing this dress. “I read in Seventeen that I had to dress for how I felt,” she tells Yahoo Parenting.

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  • Bobby Flay Divorce With Stephanie March Gets Uglier As Tempers Flare In Court

    Celebrity chef Bobby Flay got burned in court on Thursday after meeting with a judge in his divorce with Law & Order: SVU star Stephanie March. March erupted at Flay after she saw his publicist talk to the press in the courthouse hallway, according to NY Daily News. The judge’s order came after TMZ reported on Thursday that Stephanie March was seeking to get their prenup voided as she was instrumental in his restaurants success. Under the terms of their prenup, Bobby Flay, who’s worth an estimated $20 million, only has to pay Stephanie March $5000 a month.

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  • China declares victory in US surveillance overflight

    China declared victory on Friday over an encounter with a US surveillance aircraft overflying the contested South China Sea, saying its military "drove away" the intruder with radio warnings. Beijing is in the throes of a rapid land-reclamation programme in the area, building artificial islands and facilities including an airstrip -- raising tensions with Washington and the risk of a standoff on the high seas. China regards almost the whole of the South China Sea as its own and the foreign ministry condemned the overflight as "highly irresponsible and dangerous", warning that such actions could cause "unwanted incidents".

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  • LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman on the biggest lie employers tell employees

    As co-founder and executive chairman of LinkedIn, he sits atop the largest, most data-rich hiring platform the world has ever seen. "The biggest lie is that the employment relationship is like family," Hoffman says.

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  • Discover® Launches New Card Security Feature.

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    Now the Discover it® card has Freeze It℠ on its app, an on/off account switch that prevents new purchases, cash advances & balance transfers.

  • Let's Take A Look At Andrew McCutchen's Pay Stub

    Over on reddit, user Grassiii has posted a photo of Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen’s latest pay stub. Grassiii says that a friend found it on a recent tour of the visitor’s clubhouse at Wrigley Field, where the Pirates played the Cubs over the weekend. The first thing that stands out is that McCutchen gets paid over $400,000 twice a month. It’s not exactly news that McCutchen is wealthy—he signed a six-year, $51.5 million extension three years ago—but it’s different seeing it in pay stub form.

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  • How to offend someone from China

    In this post, Matador Network reveals some things that are guaranteed to annoy someone from China. Keep them in mind the next time you're visiting the country or interacting with a Chinese person. For your personal safety, it’s best you stay out of any discussions about China’s rivalry with Japan. Many of us are still bitter about the Japanese occupation of China during WWII and the government’s refusal to apologize for the Nanjing Massacre.

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  • The Number One Relationship Problem, According To Therapists — and How to Fix It

    We reached out to a handful of top relationship therapists to find out what the #1 problem they come across in couples.

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