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  • Pregnant Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Celebrate Independence Day With North

    Okay, okay, we know that we are always bleatin’ on about it, but Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and teeny tiny North really are the cutest little family of all time. Ahem, as Kanye would say. Further to two-year-old Nori’s adorbs tantrum that was shared by Kim on Saturday morning, the reality star took to her social media accounts to share some intimate family pics as they all admired the Fourth Of July fireworks.

  • ISIS is 'acting like the permanent government' in the capital of Iraq's largest province

    It doesn't look like Iraqi forces will be able to take back Ramadi from the Islamic State anytime soon. The terrorists are already laying roots down in the capital of Anbar province, The Washington Post reports. Militants are performing government functions such as fixing infrastructure and distributing fuel in addition to building up defenses around the city to deter attacks.

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  • This $105 watch knocked everything else off my wrist

    The Seaward is a simple timepiece with an easy-to-read face and a day-date function. It's a nice-looking watch, but it was superseded by the Leeway chronograph, the watch I tested. The Leeway is also a big watch at 42 mm, and it's powered by a chrono version of the same Japanese movement that drives the Seaward.

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  • NBA veteran David West gave up $11 million so he can play for the new Spurs juggernaut

    This summer the San Antonio Spurs have built perhaps their strongest, scariest team of the Tim Duncan era. In addition to signing LaMarcus Aldridge and bringing back Kawhi Leonard, Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Danny Green, the Spurs have now signed NBA veteran David West, according to widespread reports.

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  • Marriage under the spotlight — why successful people get divorced

    The news of Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's split has devastated many, but what's even sadder is that the split isn't really all that surprising. For this insight Business Insider spoke with Handel Group co-president and life coach Laurie Gerber, who believes that, while many couples in the spotlight are faced with more temptation, opportunity, and a hectic, jet-setting lifestyle than most, many of the issues these couples face aren't all that different from the challenges regular American couples must overcome together — they're just amplified.

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  • Easy D.I.Y. School Supplies

    Get inspired with teen bedroom decorating ideas, DIY's, easy recipes, organizational tips, & college dorm room ideas from Pottery Barn Teen.

  • If the latest iPhone leak is true, there's bad news for new buyers

    If the latest leak out of Apple's iPhone factories is true, then the next iPhone will start with just 16GB of storage. 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman published leaked images of the internal components of the next iPhone, the so-called iPhone 6S. Last year, for example, many couldn't update their iPhones to the latest iOS 8 software because their phones didn't have enough free space.

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  • Something 'scary' went wrong with NASA's probe to Pluto

    NASA got an unexpected surprise on Saturday: Its New Horizons spacecraft cut off communications with Earth as it was headed toward Pluto. NASA was able to re-establish communications with the spacecraft within 90 minutes, and it reported that it was "healthy" and still on course to fly by Pluto. New Horizons is scheduled to fly within 6,000 miles of Pluto on July 14 and use seven instruments on board to collect information that will significantly advance the way we understand the tiny, icy world that is floating in space 4.67 billion miles away.

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  • Britain set to sizzle in second heatwave 'that will be even hotter than the first'

    Britain is set to sizzle once again with some forecasters predicting that a second looming heatwave will be even hotter than the first. It is expected to be hotter than the 36.7C high recorded at Heathrow Airport last Wednesday.

  • Interpol help sought to arrest Jeddah flood convicts

    Interpol is looking for two Saudis — a former Jeddah mayor and former president of a sports club — who have been convicted in cases related to the 2009 flash floods here. The Kingdom sought Interpol's help after both of them jumped bail, local media has reported. The rulings against them are final as they have been upheld by the Jeddah Administrative Court of Appeals.

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  • U.S. triumph caps truly global Women's World Cup

    By Simon Evans VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The United States returned to the pinnacle of women's soccer with a 5-2 crushing of Japan in Sunday's Women's World Cup final at the end of a riveting tournament that pushed the sport into new territory. The Americans last triumphed in 1999 but women's soccer is a vastly different sport than it was a decade-and-a-half ago with new nations forging their way into the elite amid an unprecedented level of global interest. As Golden Ball winner Carli Lloyd demonstrated with her astonishing 16 minute hat-trick in the final, including a goal from the half-way line, the women's game is delivering a level of excitement and quality that was non-existent in the 1990s.

  • Manila finds marker with Chinese writing, buoys in disputed waters: sources

    By Manuel Mogato PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippine navy recently found a large steel marker bearing Chinese inscriptions and hundreds of yellow buoys in waters near the Reed Bank, an area of the South China Sea where Manila has long explored for oil and gas, Philippine naval sources said. One source, a sailor, told Reuters he was on a fishing boat being used by the navy that discovered the rubber buoys and the floating steel marker at the end of May. The buoys stretched "as far as the eye could see", the sailor said.

  • Naturopathy doctor jailed for molesting woman patient

    A doctor, who molested a woman patient and touched her indecently at his house where he was practising unlicensed naturopathy and alternative medicine, has been jailed for six months. The 47-year-old Indian doctor, K.K., had been treating his 22-year-old countrywoman and touched her inappropriately while using naturopathy, a form of alternative medicine, in November 2014. The suspect, who had won awards in alternative therapies, entered a not guilty plea when he defended himself in court.

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  • 'Terminator,' 'Magic Mike' fizzle at July 4th box office

    July 4th went off like a dud at the box office. Anticipated new releases "Magic Mike XXL" and "Terminator Genisys" fizzled, leaving the popular holdovers "Jurassic World" and "Inside Out" to top the holiday weekend.

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  • Top 10 Work at Home Jobs

    The world is changing. More and more people, spouses, and even kids are earning a living at home. Here's a list of the top 10. Find out now!

  • 'India-Russia-Iran transport corridor will boost trade with Central Asia'

    New Delhi, July 6 (IANS) The proposed International North South Transport Corridor expected to be discussed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ongoing five-nation tour to Central Asia will to give a major boost to India's trade with the region, industry chamber FICCI said on Monday. "The International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC), which may figure in the talks between the leaderships of the Central Asian countries and Indian officials, once fully operational, will address the issue of poor connectivity and high transport costs to a large extent," the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry said in a statement here. A high-powered FICCI delegation, representing sectors such as construction, pharmaceuticals, mining, banking, power transmission and IT, is accompanying the prime minister on his visit to Kazakhstan on July 7 and 8, it said.

  • 10 things you need to know today

    (Reuters/Stefano Rellandini) A man wearing a Tour de France best climber's jersey practicing flyboarding before the start of the 166-kilometer (103.15 mile) second stage of the 102nd Tour de France cycling race from Utrecht to Zeeland. Here is what

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  • Polling stations open in Greece for key bailout referendum

    Polling stations have opened and Greek voters are starting to cast ballots in the closely watched bailout referendum that has divided the nation. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is gambling the future of his 5-month-old left-wing government on Sunday's snap poll. The opposition accuses Tsipras of jeopardizing the country's membership in the eurozone and says a "yes" vote is about keeping the common currency.

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  • Foreigner in Philippines tests positive for MERS virus

    A 36-year-old foreigner who arrived in the Philippines from the Middle East is under quarantine after testing positive for the MERS virus, health officials said Monday. Philippine Health Secretary Janette Garin said several people the foreigner had come in close contact with have been traced. At least seven other people who had close contact with the patient were under home quarantine.

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  • 10 Credit Issues: Dad Should Have Warned You About

    10 Credit Problems Your Parents Should Have Warned You About. Credit is something that everyone has, whether it is good or bad.

  • On 9th day, Kerry says Iran nuke talks could go either way

    Nine days into marathon nuclear talks, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday said the diplomatic efforts "could go either way," cutting off all potential pathways for an Iranian atomic bomb or ending without an agreement that American officials have sometimes described as the only alternative to war. The EU's top foreign policy official, Federica Mogherini, said agreement was "very close." But Kerry said there was still a ways to go. "We are not yet where we need to be on several of the most critical issues," Kerry told reporters outside the 19th-century Viennese palace that has hosted the negotiations.

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  • Salman, Jacqueline attend Baba Siddiqui's Iftar party

    Mumbai, July 6 (IANS) Superstar Salman Khan and actors Jacqueline Fernandez and Varun Dhawan besides other celebrities graced politician Baba Siddiqui's Iftar party here. Like every year, this time too, all eyes were glued to the entrance for superstar

  • Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo joins New York from Juventus

    Star midfielder Andrea Pirlo joined Major League Soccer's New York City FC from Juventus on Monday, a little more than a month after winning a fifth consecutive Italian league title. On July 21, Pirlo will join New York City, which is 5-8-5 and 15 points behind leader D.C. United. "I have been wanting this experience for a long time and now that the opportunity materialized I wanted to take it," he said on the New York club's website.

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