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How do you become a millionaire? Here are 7 ways to end up with $1 million.

Want $1 million? These strategies — plus a little time and patience — can help you.

Justin Hofman’s viral sea horse photo shows the heartbreaking state of our polluted water

This one photo is about to ruin your day, but you need to see it.
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Jewish women targeted in Islamophobic attack in Queens subway station

The intoxicated attacker called the Jewish women "dirty Muslims."

Apple’s iPhone X Face ID scanning is cool. Iris scanning is even cooler.

Your face is not a perfect password. Iris scanning is not only more secure, but more accurate, too, experts said.

Bitcoin price history: What triggered the drop in value and whether analysts predict it will recover

The price for bitcoin — and most of the major cryptocurrencies, for that matter — has been falling all week.

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 political stories from the week that didn’t strike deals with Democrats

Trump refuses to comply with a court order and a new kind of nuclear weapon may soon be considered.

What Melania Trump wore her 34th week as first lady —  from Calvin Klein to Monique Lhuillier

This week was filled with unexpected style moments.
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Government pays Mar-a-Lago for official’s stay, again raising Trump conflict-of-interest concerns

Documents show the National Security Council paid $1,092 for an official's two-night stay at Trump's Palm Beach club.

‘Big Little Lies’ captures the problematic masculinity of 2017. Give it all the Emmys.

The HBO miniseries offers a powerful look at the harmful sort of manhood that's looming over the Trump era.

John Legend has no time for this toxic masculinity BS

"If we put all these constraints around what it means to be a man, then we are limiting the creativity and the potential of all these young people."
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Ex-Trump advisor Carter Page files suit against Yahoo parent company for Russia story

Carter Page, who was a foreign policy adviser to Trump in 2016, claimed the Yahoo article was "highly misleading" and "filled with false allegations."

Fashion illustrator James Skarbek hand-painted our favorite looks from New York Fashion Week SS18

James Skarbeck returns to add another dimension of beauty to NYFW SS18.

What’s the real difference between knockoff and counterfeit?

Often used interchangeably, the two terms are actually entirely different concepts.

At just 16 years old, Natalie Nootenboom made made plus-size history at New York Fashion Week

She was the first curve model to ever walk for Anna Sui, and now she wants to make even more history.
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Virginia activists fear Richmond Confederate monument rally could turn violent before DC’s MOAR

“Richmond could be worse than Charlottesville.”

Meet Jeff Conner, the king of Weird Facebook

There's another dimension of Facebook made up of memes, inside jokes and lots of self-referential humor. Welcome to Jeffbook.
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What we know about the apparent terror incident on the London Underground

An apparent terror attack during morning rush hour sent at least 22 people to the hospital.

Trump condemns “loser terrorist” in London subway attack

His condemnation came much quicker than his comments on the attack in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Mic Wakeup: Trump on the “alt-left,” North Korea fires a new missile and how to protect your credit

Here are three stories for Friday, Sept. 15, to help you reshape the world.

Trump is rapidly nominating federal judges. Democrats are facing more pressure to not confirm them.

"She's been a disappointment to Californians," one progressive said of Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

Inside the Movement for Black Lives’ first permanent exhibit in New York City

The exhibit is the first to tell the story of the movement and its growth beyond street protests, one of the curators said.

10 meaningless phrases restaurants use on menus to justify high markups

Don't let a thesaurus determine your dinner.
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Trump: ESPN should ‘apologize’ after Jemele Hill comments

The remarks come two days after White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called Hill's "white supremacist" comments a "fireable offense."

Former St. Louis police officer found not guilty for the fatal shooting of Anthony Lamar Smith

Jason Stockley fatally shot the 24-year-old father in 2011.

16 recent police brutality cases that show how often officers aren’t held accountable

Officers Howie Lake and Blane Salomoni will not face criminal charges for the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling.