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These clever Twitter hacks will make you a money guru in no time

Looking for the best experts on Twitter to help you save money and get smarter about finances — without a lot of effort? Here's your guide.
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Facebook’s Russian-linked ad controversy, explained

“We believe the public deserves a full accounting of what happened in the 2016 election," Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch wrote on Thursday.

Obamacare repeal looks dead, after McCain says he’ll vote no

“I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal,” McCain said in a statement.
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New study shows the Flint water crisis impacted fertility and fetal deaths in the city

Researchers called the increase in fetal death rates “horrifyingly large.”

Gabi Gregg and Nicolette Mason’s Premme wants to make plus-size clothing truly cool

All of their pieces are fashion-forward, and a little sexy.

A new discovery could change the way we treat HIV

A new type of scientifically engineered antibody was 99% effective at preventing HIV infection in macaques.
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Megyn Kelly: “There are so many reporters who are completely biased against Trump”

"It's absurd," the former Fox News host said ahead of the debut of her new morning show on NBC.

What Melania Trump wore her 35th week as first lady — at the U.N. in that giant pink coat and more

She popped up three times this week, in three very different looks.

Among major cities, New York has one of the worst subway systems for people in wheelchairs

Just 117 out of the 472 New York City subway stations are fully accessible to people who use wheelchairs.

30 essential wisdoms and secrets to success for women in their 30s — from women who have been there

Crucial advice on how to save enough money, turbocharge your career, find love and meaning, and avoid regret as a 30-something woman.

Apple iPhone 8 Release: Here is why people who live outside the US are lining up here to buy it

The iPhone X and iPhone 8 are Apple's most expensive phones yet — and they're even pricier abroad.
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Missouri ACLU sues St. Louis over police tactics used on protesters after Jason Stockley’s acquittal

“People do have a First Amendment right to non-violent protest.”

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 Trump administration stories this week that didn’t involve Jimmy Kimmel

The EPA is forcing its employees to take an "anti-leaking" class, and Tom Price has been riding private jets on taxpayers' dime.

This Muslim American woman is running for Congress as a direct challenge to Trump’s agenda

Michigan native Fayrouz Saad, born to Lebanese immigrants, worked in Barack Obama's Homeland Security department and was Detroit's director of immigrant affairs.

Casual sex vs. a serious relationship: What if you don’t want either?

Feminist dilemma: Young women today are settling down later than ever before, but that can make dating complicated.

Save money on pets: These 5 affordable animals are among the cheapest you can adopt

Want to save money on pets? Here's what to do, whether you must have a dog or cat — or you're open to cheaper animals.

Here are all the Russians known to have had contact with Team Trump

Spies, moguls, politicians and an MMA star: Here's a guide to the Russians who've entered Trump's orbit over the years.
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Mic Wakeup: Maxine Waters is ready for battle, an extinction is coming and why you should travel now

It's Friday. Here are three stories you need to know before this weekend.

States will see major cuts to health care funding, according to Trump administration’s own analysis

Double-digit funding cuts to states with key Senate Republican votes imperil the GOP's latest Obamacare repeal effort.

Arrests, sit-ins, shouting — activists plan a week of nationwide protest to fight Graham-Cassidy

"C-SPAN is going to be more exciting than usual on Monday."

Trump’s poll numbers are up since the hurricanes. They’re still historically bad.

Trump's approval may be up. But it's far lower than the approval ratings his predecessors had at the same point in their presidencies.

Can’t stop eating on vacation? You’re not alone — and here’s why.

There are several reasons you can't help but gorge yourself on holiday.
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Trump bashes “Russia hoax” day after administration claims he supports investigation

H.R. McMaster said Thursday that both he and Trump regard questions about Russian election interference as "legitimate."
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Jimmy Kimmel responds to critics and goes after Trump in latest monologue against Graham-Cassidy

Kimmel responded to critics and went after the president in his latest takedown of the Graham-Cassidy plan.

Venus Fest: The new, feminist music festival that’s carrying on the spirit of Lilith Fair

Set to take place on Sept. 30 in Toronto, the first-ever Venus Fest aims to value inclusivity and community in a way many festivals don’t.

Education Department formally rescinds Obama-era guidance on campus sexual assault investigations

The Department of Education made it official on Friday.
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Feds inform 21 states they were the target of Russian hackers during the 2016 election

“The good news is that, for the most part, most of the things that we saw attempted in 2016 were just that, attempts."