• Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner react to Caitlyn Jenner

    NEW YORK (AP) — Caitlyn Jenner's loved ones were among numerous well-wishers to support her coming out Monday in Vanity Fair.Her stepdaughter, Kim Kardashian West, tweeted: "How beautiful! Be happy, be proud, live life YOUR way!"Khloe Kardashian declared

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  • US justices rule for Muslim denied job over headscarf

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday for a Muslim woman who did not get hired after she showed up to a job interview with clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch wearing a black headscarf. The justices said that employers generally have to accommodate job applicants and employees with religious needs if the employer at least has an idea that such accommodation is necessary. Job applicant Samantha Elauf did not tell her interviewer she was Muslim.

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  • Caitlyn Jenner: Docu-series will help my soul

    Caitlyn Jenner is not doing her docu-series for money. The 65-year-old, formerly known as Bruce, made her public debut on the cover of Vanity Fair on Monday. As well as addressing her reasons for being so public about her transformation, Caitlyn also discussed the years of struggles that she had living as a male.

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  • Ship carrying over 450 people sinks in China's Yangtze: state media

    A passenger ship carrying more than 450 people has sunk in the Yangtze river in central China, state media reported on Tuesday, triggering a rescue effort hampered by strong winds and heavy rain. The ship named Dongfangzhixing, or "Eastern Star", was headed from the eastern city of Nanjing to the southwestern city of Chongqing when it sank in the Jianli section of the river, in Hubei province, on Monday evening, Xinhua said. The cause of the sinking was not immediately clear, but state broadcaster CCTV said it was an accident.

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  • Skarsgård and Chung ‘getting serious’

    Alexander Skarsgård and Alexa Chung’s relationship has “really heated up”, according to reports. “It is serious and has really heated up," a source told Us Weekly, while another added: "It's a fun relationship for both of them. The Big Apple seems to be the pair’s city of choice, as rumours began to circulate in February after the True Blood star was spotted out and about with Alexa on two consecutive days.

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  • KFC sues Chinese companies for online rumors about its food

    Restaurant operator KFC said Monday it filed a lawsuit against three companies in China whose social media accounts spread false claims about its food, including that its chickens have eight legs. The case filed by China's biggest restaurant operator comes as the government intensifies a campaign to clean up rumors on social media. In an announcement posted on its Chinese website, KFC said one of the best-known fake rumors was that chickens used by the company are genetically modified and have six wings and eight legs.

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  • Malaysia Airlines CEO says carrier "technically bankrupt", set to cut jobs, routes

    By Al-Zaquan Amer Hamzah KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - The newly appointed chief executive of loss-making Malaysia Airlines said on Monday the carrier is "technically bankrupt", underlining the case for a restructuring to cut a third of jobs, scrap some international routes and review its long-haul fleet. "We are technically bankrupt...the decline of performance started long before the tragic events of 2014," Christoph Mueller said, speaking at a news conference. Khazanah, previously the majority owner, took the airline private last year as part of a 6 billion Malaysian ringgit ($1.63 billion) plan aimed at returning it to profit within three years.

  • Breaking hearts, breaking chains: Paris removes 'love locks'

    Paris, known worldwide as the city of romance, began the heart-breaking process Monday of removing hundreds of thousands of "love-locks", padlocks chained to the city's bridges by adoring couples. Yellow-vested officials were out early Monday morning on the city's iconic Pont des Arts, wielding cutting equipment to free the padlocks while a handful of curious tourists looked on. Loved-up visitors from around the world have for years written their names on padlocks to symbolise their passion, then tossed the key into the River Seine so that nothing could ever break the bond.

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  • California school district sued over graduation dress code

    A Native American student sued his California school district on Monday over its refusal to let him wear an eagle feather during his high school graduation ceremony, claiming his rights to freedom of expression and religion in the state constitution are being violated. Christian Titman, 18, a member of the Pit River Tribe, said he wants to attach the 5-inch feather he received from his father to the tassel on his cap at the Clovis High School ceremony set for Thursday. The tribe considers eagle feathers sacred and symbolic of a significant accomplishment.

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  • Warriors guard Thompson back for team practice

    "I expect to be (cleared)," Thompson, 25, told reporters after taking a full part in practice with his team mates in Oakland, California. "I feel like I'm well on my way there." Thompson, who is Golden State's second-leading scorer behind point guard Stephen Curry, sustained a concussion during the team's clinching Game Five win over the Rockets on Thursday after being kneed in the head by Houston's Trevor Ariza.

  • Eichmann wife visited him in Israel before hanging: archives

    Newly-released official documents on Monday shed light on a secret visit to Israel by the wife of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann a month before his execution in 1962. Details of Vera Eichmann's visit to Ramle prison near Tel Aviv were revealed by Israel's state archives which published a visitor's log showing she went to see her husband on April 30, 1962, spending 90 minutes with him inside the jail. The visit took place as Eichmann was awaiting the outcome of his appeal to the Supreme Court for clemency, which was ultimately rejected on May 29.

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  • Microsoft: Windows 10 will be available on July 29

    Microsoft has just announced that Windows 10 (for PCs and tablets) will be available on July 29. In case you haven’t been the following the news, Windows 10 is a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users. It features Cortana, a new browser called Microsoft Edge, the return of the Start menu, Windows Hello, Continuum, and more.

  • Vietnam, U.S. discuss land reclamation in South China Sea

    By David Alexander HANOI (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter discussed his call for an end to island-building in the South China Sea in talks on Monday with his Vietnamese counterpart, who said Vietnam had not expanded its islands but had done work to prevent wave erosion. The response appeared to fall short of the immediate halt to land reclamation activity and further militarization of the islands that Carter sought in an initial appeal last week in Hawaii, and again at a security conference in Singapore. Carter told a joint news conference with Defense Minister Phung Quang Thanh that he and the general had discussed his proposal for a permanent halt to reclamation and militarization of the islands and that Vietnam was considering the idea.

  • Justin Bieber: I'm not gay!

    Justin Bieber has clarified that he's not gay on Instagram.The 21-year-old took to the social networking site on Sunday to post a video in which can be seen skateboarding on a plane before planting a kiss on a male friend's cheek.He's used to putting

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  • IS revamps recruitment, with savvy, professional broadcasts

    The announcer with an American accent offers an upbeat roundup of the day's main headlines: Islamic State fighters seized control of a crucial Syrian city, extremists repelled Kurdish fighters despite coalition airstrikes, and two suicide bombers successfully carried out their missions. The tone is National Public Radio in the United States.

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  • Nadal dismisses Djokovic clash as 'not vital'

    Rafael Nadal believes all the pressure will be on Novak Djokovic in Wednesday's French Open quarter-final with the nine-time champion dismissing the headline-grabbing collision as "not vital". Nadal has defeated world number one Djokovic six times out of six at Roland Garros where the Spaniard boasts a record of 70 wins and just one loss. Three of his victories against Djokovic have been in the last three years -- in the 2012 and 2014 finals and 2013 semi-finals.

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  • Don't take a seat: Panel says you should stand for 2 hours

    The guidelines were developed by a group of experts invited by Public Health England and an advocacy group and were published online Monday in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. "Even if you're meeting your physical activity guidelines, you cannot undo the risks of prolonged sitting," said Gavin Bradley, director of the campaign group Get Britain Standing, one of the authors of the new guidance. Bradley, who spoke during a telephone interview while walking, said officials estimate the average Briton sits for more than half of their working hours.

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  • Beau Biden dies at 46; son of VP had life of adversity

    He was the privileged son of a longtime U.S. senator and two-term vice president, yet Joseph R. "Beau" Biden III was no stranger to personal adversity. When he was only 3, just weeks after his father, Joe Biden, had been elected to the Senate, the younger Biden was seriously injured in a 1972 car crash that killed his mother and infant sister. As a young college student, not long after his father's 1987 presidential campaign imploded among allegations of plagiarism, he was back in the hospital, holding vigil with other family members as Joe Biden underwent surgery for a life-threatening aneurysm.

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  • Giant cross rises in Pakistan, home to a Christian minority

    Now towering over this violent port city in Pakistan, where Islamic militant attacks and gangland shootings remain common, is an uncommon sight in this Muslim-majority country: a 42-meter (140-foot) Christian cross. The cross, being built by a businessman who said the idea came to him in a dream, is rising as Christians here often face discrimination. A tiny minority of Pakistan's 180 million people are Christians who eke out livings in menial jobs like garbage collection.

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  • They Peeped At A Woman & Got Caught. But There’s Someone Else Out There… #ShortFilm

    This article They Peeped At A Woman & Got Caught. But There’s Someone Else Out There…… originally appeared on Viddsee BUZZ. He and his friend have been peeping on this woman for a very long time. They had a camera and a telescope zoomed on her window