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Wade Elects to Become Free Agent, May Leave Heat

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Dwyane Wade elects to become a free agent, may leave Miami Heat after 12 seasons

Supreme Court Rules Texas Abortion Clinics Can Remain Open

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Texas abortion clinics will remain open after Supreme Court blocks restrictive regulations

Why Conservatives Are Nervous About Church Tax Breaks

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Why Conservatives Are Nervous About Church Tax Breaks
The Supreme Court’s ruling last week guaranteeing same-sex marriage in all 50 states was a cause for celebration for many across the country. But many social conservatives saw the ruling as a threat to religious institutions like churches and schools, whose tax-exempt status as non-profits they believe could be at risk. Why are conservative groups…
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5 Royals Lead in All-Star Voting, Balloting Ends Thursday

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5 Royals lead in All-Star voting, Donaldson tops overall; balloting ends Thursday night

Cruz's New Book Ignites Spat With GOP Strategist Karl Rove

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In new book, Cruz says Karl Rove questioned if George H.W. Bush was too old for sound judgment


Greece on brink of default in debt crisis

With the nation on the brink of default on its international loans, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called for a referendum and the government announced ... more

What if Iran nuclear talks fall apart?

The latest deadline in international negotiations will be missed, and the alternatives to no deal are all unappealing

U.S. wants to train Syrian rebels - but volunteers are scarce

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Main problem has been finding enough Syrian recruits untainted by extremist affiliations or disqualified by physical or other flaws

7 alleged accomplices of Tunisia gunman arrested

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Authorities say 24-year-old gunman acted alone during rampage but had accomplices who gave him weapons and logistical support

Recent spike in shark attacks reported off Carolinas coast

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Shark experts have a not-so-reassuring explanation for a recent spate of attacks along on the coast of the Carolinas: It's mainly because so many people ... more

Discovery Gains European Rights to 4 Olympics

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Discovery Gains European Rights to 4 Olympics
The company paid about $1.45 billion for the TV and streaming rights to the Games, which will be shown on channels operated by Eurosport.

'The Apprentice' looks for a new Donald Trump. Who could it be?

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NBC severed ties with presidential candidate Donald Trump on Monday, but it wants to keep his reality show "The Celebrity Apprentice" on the air without ... more

The 1998 'Battlezone' remake is getting remastered

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The trends of remaking and remastering classic games just kicked into overdrive. Rebellion (best known for its Sniper Elite games) has revealed that it's developing ... more

Greek PM hints he'll quit if people back bailout offer

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Greece is sliding rapidly toward exit from the eurozone, but European leaders say talks on a rescue could resume after a referendum on Sunday.

Tourists on Holiday Coping With Greece's Financial Crisis

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Tourists in Greece worry about ATMs and credit cards but most holidays unaffected

Digital map makers asked to mark railroad crossings

Hoping to reverse an increase in deaths from train-on-vehicle collisions, officials want Google and others to add crossings

An army of tiny Chinese wasps to save Colorado trees

The wasps will attack the emerald ash borer, an invasive pest that has killed tens of millions of trees in the U.S.

​New Facebook features channel Google, Snapchat

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Another way to look at it: Facebook's new features want to keep you away from Google, Snapchat

Queer Laboratory Life: Recognising the work of LGBT scientists

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Queer Laboratory Life: Recognising the work of LGBT scientists
With LGBT civil rights in the news, Georgina Voss argues that science institutions need to extend their equality initiatives to queer scientistsWhen Sir Tim Hunt’s ... more

A Technology Wish List to Help the Elderly

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Designer Barbara Beskind offers her suggestions for innovative products that could make a big difference to people in later life.

Liverpool to name Sean O’Driscoll as new assistant manager

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Liverpool to name Sean O’Driscoll as new assistant manager
• O’Driscoll expected to be confirmed before pre-season tour• Brendan Rodgers a long-time admirer of England Under-19 managerLiverpool are expected to appoint the England Under-19 ... more

Everton express interest in Leeds United right-back Sam Byram

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Everton express interest in Leeds United right-back Sam Byram
• Newcastle and Sunderland also keen on 21-year-old defender• Byram broke into Leeds team three years agoEverton are interested in the Leeds United right-back Sam ... more

Mitchell Johnson relishes Ben Stokes battle and plays down friendly Ashes

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Mitchell Johnson relishes Ben Stokes battle and plays down friendly Ashes
• Australia fast bowler impressed with England all-rounder Stokes • Johnson laughs off Jimmy Anderson’s ‘friendly Ashes’ commentEngland arrive back from their training camp in ... more

Andy Murray faces Mr and Mrs K’s plan A – ‘do something good’

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Andy Murray faces Mr and Mrs K’s plan A – ‘do something good’
Mikhail Kukushkin is coached by his wife, Anastasia, whose tactics for toppling Andy Murray at his Wimbledon fortress are mainly based on hopeWhen asked how ... more

Golf's Peter Oosterhuis Says He Has Early Onset Alzheimer's

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Peter Oosterhuis, Ryder Cup player and broadcaster, tells magazine he has Alzheimer's disease

In Transit: Wandering the Wonders of Oregon

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In Transit: Wandering the Wonders of Oregon
A state tourism campaign promotes Oregon destinations from Crater Lake National Park to the Columbia River Gorge; here’s how to see them.

ArtsBeat: Renovation of Brutalist Building in Goshen Can Proceed, Judge Rules

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ArtsBeat: Renovation of Brutalist Building in Goshen Can Proceed, Judge Rules
A lawsuit to block the county’s plan to renovate the Orange County Government Center in Goshen, N.Y., designed by Paul Rudolph, was dismissed.
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For one Mississippi gay couple, Friday's heartache turns into Monday's joy

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Duane Smith, who works in financial services, had Friday off. So there he was, doing yard work in his Jackson, Miss., back yard when the ... more

Pride on the silver screen: 8 notable LGBT documentaries

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The Supreme Court's landmark ruling granting gays and lesbians the right to marry nationwide last Friday culminated a legal battle that has been fought in ... more

Iranians fear losing the 'blame game' as nuclear talks continue

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As negotiators battle over the final terms of a nuclear deal, Iran and six world powers have begun bickering over an important side issue: who ... more

5 landmark concerts chronicle the Grateful Dead story

Here's a look back at five shows that capture the band at key moments along its long and, yes, strange trip

Bill Hudson angrily disowns Kate and Oliver

Goldie Hawn's ex, Bill Hudson, publicly disowned his two adult children in response to a nasty Instagram post

"General Hospital" actor Anthony Geary to end role next month

Geary has received a record eight Daytime Emmy Awards for his work as Luke Spencer.

Forbes unveils list of 100 highest-earning celebs in 2015

Floyd Mayweather and Katy Perry made the cut this year

"St. Elmo's Fire" turns 30: On set with Lowe, Moore

"​St. Elmo's Fire" turns 30 this week, and ET is looks back at interviews on set with rising stars Rob Lowe and Demi Moore

Doctors' advice for preventing childhood obesity

More than a third of U.S. children and teens are overweight or obese, and the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued new guidelines to help ... more

Could orange juice raise skin cancer risk?

Researchers say compounds in citrus fruits may sensitize skin to sunlight, but more study is needed

Hospital throws teens with cancer a prom to remember

Children's Hospital of Orange County, Calif., held its 14th annual prom for young cancer patients

Lasers etch high-tech labels into fruit

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New laser labels stamp fruit in Europe, and the technology is approved for limited use in U.S.

Heart Palpitations: Anxiety or Atrial Fibrillation?

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Heart Palpitations: Anxiety or Atrial Fibrillation?
Is your heart racing or feel like it's skipping a beat? WebMD explains when it might be anxiety or caused by atrial fibrillation.