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Michelle Obama Disrespects Louisiana Flood Victims in the WORST Way

Americans are suffering in Louisiana. They are in utter chaos and devastation due to the flooding that has destroyed their homes and way of life. Obama finished his game of

Gisborough Hall Hotel

An imposing, ivy-clad, country pile with towering windows and acres of rooms, yet also a relaxed, homely feel. Bedrooms are either lofty and traditional or classic-contemporary in a well-disguised extension. Pretty gardens, lovely terrace and a small spa.

Houzz tour: luxurious master bath renovation

It’s not often that a remodeling project grows out of a high-compliment-turned-mild-insult. While relaxing at their home in North Houston’s sought-after Champion Forest neighborhood, the homeowners answered a knock at their door and met a couple who wanted to buy their house. Show More Summary

Dog Puts on Hair Tie

37 minutes agoHumor : Funny Clips Online

Dog gets a hair tie on his snout. SUBSCRIBE: Want a chance to be on AFV? UPLOAD YOUR VIDEO NOW: About America’s Funniest Home Videos: AFV is America’s longest running funny video television program. Show More Summary

Jordan's first Olympic medalist comes home to royal welcome

Jordan's first Olympic champion, taekwondo gold medal winner Ahmad Abughaush, has returned home to a royal welcome        

Turkey Launches Operation in Syria to Free ISIS-Held Town

51 minutes agoMiddle East / Syria : Time: Syria

Turkey has vowed to fight ISIS militants at home and to "cleanse" the group from its borders

Walmart, Home Depot Relying More On Physical Stores To Complete Online Orders

Walmart’s recent $3 billion acquisition of e-commerce company may have been the retailer’s way of spurring its online business, but the largest retailer in the world has already been mingling its physical stores with its online presence. Show More Summary

There is absolutely nothing new in the IFS gender pay gap paper

We all know that, on average if you count all men and women, men take home more money in pay than women. We also know that, on average, people who work sixty hours a week take home more than those who work thirty hours a week. And those in banking and law take home more than those in psychology and education. Show More Summary

Hackaday Prize Entry: Printem Is Polaroid For PCBs

We are going to great lengths to turn a quick idea into an electronic prototype, be it PCB milling, home etching or manufacturing services that ship PCBs around the world. Unwilling to accept the complications of PCB fabrication, computer...Show More Summary

This Vietnamese Tourist Attraction has a Two-Year Waiting List

Vietnam is home to some of the most incredible caves in the world. The famous Hang Son Doong cave system is 40 stories at its tallest height, wide enough to accommodate a 747, and even has its own weather system. But anyone looking to explore the caves is going to have a 2-year wait ahead of them. Show More Summary

Davis Hits 33rd Home Run in A's 9-1 Win Over Indians

1 hour agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Khris Davis hit a three-run homer and scored three times, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Cleveland Indians 9-1 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.

Establishment Expands

Politics makes strange bedfellows : Following a path blazed by countless city snow plows, Kim Foxx found her way recently to the three-story, fortress-like home of powerful Ald. Ed Burke and his wife, Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne...Show More Summary

Town Hopper Tours helps out-of-towners prospect homes in New Jersey

Buying in the Big Apple isn't a realistic route for most. So what do New York City renters do when they are ready to settle down? Some head to Essex County in northern New Jersey for less expensive options and a leisurely lifestyle. To simplify the prospecting process, a company called Town Hopper Tours is helping buyers explore the area for a flat rate...

Returning Olympians warned to practice safe sex due to Zika fears

Most athletes seemed to have a really fun time at the Rio Olympics, especially with the hordes of condoms and what not, but now that they're home, they're being told it's probably best if they play it safe, especially sexually. That's...Show More Summary

'Dead of Summer' Recap: Jessie Makes a Huge Sacrifice

In the ninth episode of Dead of Summer, "Home Sweet Home," Deb and the counselors come face-to-face with the evil that has been haunting Camp Stillwater for years. While some of the counselors work with Holyoke to free Amy of the demon, Deb tries to get the campers to safety. Yet things do not go as planned, and by the end of the episode, another main character is killed.

The UC Berkeley Students Running An Accelerator Program For Indian Startups

India is home to thousands of new startups – but limited resources can often mean an unnecessarily early death for many young companies, something three undergraduate students at the University of California, Berkeley are working to change through The Moonshot Accelerator Program.

This Chinatown Arcade Is One of the Last of Its Kind

2 hours agoNews : Vice News

Kurt Vincent's documentary The Lost Arcade tells the story of an overlooked New York landmark that has given misfits and outcasts a place to call home for years.

The Power of the Library in a War-Torn Afghan Village

Tucked away in the basement an adobe home in the rural Panjwai District in Afghanistan is small one-room library. It has two shelves of about sixteen hundred books and magazines, a collection that has been largely developed through donations from around the world. Show More Summary

A Lament for Louisiana After the Floods

As I grieve the tragedy in my home state, I’ve found solace in a surprising place. I was born and raised in southern Louisiana, and flooding was a fact of life in our low-slung neighborhood. A summer cloudburst could put us on the five...Show More Summary

An Oklahoma Charity Rejected an Atheist’s Donation, So He’s Raising More Until They Say Yes

Matt Wilbourn, an atheist living in Muskogee, Oklahoma, tried donating $100 to a home for local children (many of whom are orphans), but his money was rejected by the organization after they learned his contribution was made on behalf of a local atheist organization.

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