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People can't stop talking about this 'brilliant' National Geographic cover

People can't stop talking about this 'brilliant' National Geographic cover


"This one will be an icon."

A dire plastic berg.

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Ethiopia's central Oromia state will pardon another 7,611 prisoners, after it previously released 23,085 detainees in efforts to create national consensus and social harmony

Throughout Memorial Day weekend, many businesses are treating our country's service members to FREE meals and discounts as a way of saying thank you. Here's a list:

China will launch two backup satellites to improve performance of Beidou-2 system, which is scheduled to provide navigation services in November

#Abortionreferendum voting kicks off in #Ireland; Over 3.2 million voters expected to cast ballots at 6,500 polling stations

Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein, accused of sexual misconduct by more than 80 women surrendered to the New York Police Department and Manhattan District Attorney's office Friday morning. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)

Richard Jenkins used to sleep in a homeless shelter and was nicknamed “Harvard” by bullies for being a bookworm. Now he's going to Harvard on a full scholarship.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang calls for solid efforts in economic restructuring to maintain steady growth while moving toward high-quality development

OneSpace just tested China's first privately-developed commercial rocket. As some call the company "China's SpaceX", CEO Shu Chang says "we are different"

Odd strategy helps man win $2 million on instant lotto ticket, via @twildt #lottery

China will add 2 bln USD of funding to support education in poverty-stricken areas

Colombia Primed for Change Ahead of Election...

Harvey Weinstein is reportedly planning on turning himself in to the New York Police today.

Russian Facebook ads targeted U.S. Hispanics to inflame tensions after Trump's election, a USA TODAY analysis finds

The Swedish parliament has passed a bill that sex without consent constitutes rape, even when there are no threats or force involved.

Conventional wisdom is that the fine weather in Ireland right now will mean a high turnout that favors those who support a woman's right to abortion. Today, the vote. Tomorrow, the result. Stay tuned #abortionreferendum #Irelandabortion #repealthe8th

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