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    North Korea threatens U.S. with detaining of citizen

    North Korea continues to increase its hostility with the United States, as they have simultaneously detained an American professor and threatened to sink a U.S. Navy vessel if provoked. U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke over the phone on Monday to discuss the verbal provocation by North Korea, with Xi reportedly […]

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    LeBron James leads biggest playoff comeback in NBA history

    LeBron James engineered one of the biggest comebacks in NBA playoff history, fighting back from a 25-point halftime deficit to win Game 3 of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ first round series against the Indiana Pacers. James finished with a stat line of 41 points, 13 rebounds, 12 assists and two blocks in one of the most […]

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    San Francisco experiences major blackout

    The city of San Francisco got hit by a massive power outage today, putting over 90,000 residents in a blackout. The outage began around 9 AM local time, and Pacific Gas & Electric immediately began assessing the problem. A cause for the blackout has not been officially pinpointed yet. The outage was particularly harmful to […]

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    Katy Perry hates new Unicorn Frappuccino, and she’s not alone

    The Unicorn Frappuccino, a limited time addition by Starbucks, has gotten widely mixed reviews upon its release yesterday. One critic that went viral was pop superstar Katy Perry, who posted a video of herself drinking the beverage. She was initially excited to drink the Frappuccino, but upon taking a spit, she became disgusted and spit […]

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    Jeff Sessions dismisses Hawaii, Senators bite back

    The state of Hawaii has a huge beef with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions after he slighted the 50th state in an interview on a radio show. When asked about Donald Trump’s travel ban that was struck down by judges in several states, including Hawaii, Sessions said, “I really am amazed that a judge sitting […]

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    Borussia Dortmund bomber not terrorist, did it for money

    German police have revealed that the attacker behind the bombing of Borussia Dortmund’s team bus two weeks ago was not a terrorist, but rather a scammer. The 28-year-old Russian reportedly took out a 10,000-euro loan and used the money to bet on Borussia Dortmund’s stock falling. He then took matters into his own hands and bombed […]

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    Carmelo Anthony’s mistress revealed

    A couple of days after the separation between New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony and actress La La Vasquez, more information has surfaced about the woman who was the impetus for the major split. Previously, we only knew that Anthony had an illicit relationship with a gentlemen’s club dancer, but we now know her name: […]

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    Russia bans Jehovah’s Witnesses

    A dangerous time for religious rights has come in one of the most populous countries on Earth, as Russia has ruled that the Jehovah’s Witness faith is now illegal. This comes after a Supreme Court case arguing against the labeling of Jehovah’s Witnesses as “extremists” was ruled in favor of the Russian government. Justice Ministry […]

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    NFL schedule made public

    The National Football League released its full 2017 regular season schedule yesterday night, and football fans excitedly began to pore over the most important matchups of the year and when they’d occur. The Opening Night game will be a September 7 night matchup between the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and the upstart […]

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    Cuba Gooding Sr., father of famous actor, dies at 72

    Cuba Gooding Sr., a popular R&B singer in the early 1970s and the father of Academy Award-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr., died on Thursday at the age of 72. He was found deceased inside of his parked Jaguar on a Woodland Hills, California street after pulling up into the parking spot at approximately 3:30 AM. […]