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  1. 4 tips to upping your dating profile | Under the Covers with Danica Daniel Here’s how to take your dating app profile to the next level. According to experts at Bumble, it’s all about that first impression. Profiles with three to six photos are 93% more likely to get attention. Also, make sure your first photo is a solo shot — with clothes on — and not a “Where’s...
  2. Astronaut, satellites capture beauty of aurora borealis from space The Northern Lights on Earth were shining brightly from space thanks to a geomagnetic storm.
  3. Yankees rotation not as strong since these two deadline moves It's been just a couple of weeks, but as of now, the Yankees' starting rotation is weaker since the Aug. 2 major league trade deadline passed.
  4. ‘House of the Dragon’ review: Brutal, creepy ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel could set viewers on fire While the spinoff is hardly a masterpiece, it is an addictively watchable series full of juicy drama, palace intrigue and crowd-pleasing "GoT" nostalgia.
  5. ‘House of the Dragon’ Review: The ‘Game of Thrones’ Spin-off is Better Than the Original You might feel burned by Game of Thrones, but House of the Dragon is worth a return to Westeros.
  6. Surprise! Netflix Just Added a ‘Sandman’ Two-Part Bonus Episodes Wake up and turn on Netflix! There’s a brand new two-part bonus episode of The Sandman now streaming! According to Netflix, this is “a surprise drop for fans who have been long-awaiting additional stories from The Sandman universe.” The two-part bonus episode adapts two issues that were printed in The Sandman: Dream Country. There’s an...
  7. Dear Abby: How do I kick my entitled sister-in-law out of my house Dear Abby dishes out advice on how to gracefully end a friendship and what to do if your vacation guests are wearing out their welcome.
  8. Indiana widow and her lover charged with murder in death of firefighter husband The widow of an Evansville firefighter has been charged with the murder of her husband, along with her lover.
  9. Oswaldo Cabrera picks up first big league hit in Yankees’ loss Rookie infielder Oswaldo Cabrera collected a pair of hits, including the first of his major league career, in the Yankees’ 9-2 loss to the Blue Jays.
  10. Mets starter Taijuan Walker not ruling out Sunday return Taijuan Walker still hasn’t eliminated the possibility he will pitch Sunday for the Mets, but said that will only happen if he’s feeling 100 percent.
  11. Marvel star Frank Grillo slams Los Angeles crime after boxing trainer shot dead "I don’t know what’s happened to Los Angeles that a beautiful guy like this gets shot and killed over nothing."
  12. Florida man armed with machete shot dead by cops after home invasion "I woke up on a mattress and there’s a guy lying next to me saying, ‘I love you’,” he continued. “I’m weirded out.
  13. Footage shows ‘flash mob’ of looters ransack 7-Eleven in Los Angeles Snacks, drinks, cigarettes, lottery tickets and more were stolen by flash mob that ransacked a 7/11 in Los Angeles.
  14. Frankie Montas looking like Yankees’ problem, not deadline consolation prize Frankie Montas was a consolation prize at the trade deadline, and by definition consolation prizes are meant to console their recipients.
  15. New Orleans CBP agents find human umbilical cords in airport luggage Officials said they made the discovery on Aug. 2 when inspecting the luggage of a passenger on Spirit Airlines Flight 1439 from Honduras, according to a press release from the agency.
  16. Aaron Hicks’ role with Yankees suddenly cloudy After a brutal game on Monday night, both offensively and defensively, Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks has yet to make another start.
  17. Connecticut husband sentenced to 65 years in Fitbit murder case Husband sentenced to 65 years in prison for 2015 Fitbit murder case of his wife.
  18. Co-plaintiff in Bryant lawsuit fears ‘everyday’ graphic pics will appear online Christopher Chester, who lost his wife and 13-year-old daughter, sued LA County alongside Kobe Bryant's widow Vanessa Bryant.
  19. Albert Pujols’ grand slam, Adam Wainwright gem spark Cardinals’ historic rout Albert Pujols launched a pinch-hit grand slam and drove in five runs.
  20. Knicks target Donovan Mitchell makes appearance at Rucker Park Today the street-ball mecca. Tomorrow the basketball mecca?
  21. Apple releases security update after revealing devices vulnerable to hackers Apple revealed alarming vulnerabilities that could enable hackers to take control of certain devices, including iPhones.
  22. Casey Affleck stops at Dunkin’ ahead of Ben and Jennifer’s wedding The love for Dunkin runs in the family. Casey Affleck was seen grabbing Dunkin Donuts in Los Angeles just one day before his brother's lavish wedding in Georgia.
  23. Weighing fantasy football fallout from Deshaun Watson’s suspension We actually have some closure on the Deshaun Watson punishment in the aftermath of two dozen sexual misconduct lawsuits. The ultimate ban is 11 games.
  25. Zach Wilson already back, walking around Jets’ facility after surgery Zach Wilson was in Florham Park on Thursday after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to fix a meniscus tear on Tuesday.
  26. Mets sunk by late run in series loss to Braves as NL East lead shrinks This wasn’t the time for the Mets to end their impressive streak of series won or tied against division foes, but maybe they were just fortunate they weren’t swept.
  27. Massapequa’s Joey Lionetti ready his star turn in Williamsport Massapequa Coast ace Joey Lionetti already achieved star status by tossing a Little League World Series-clinching no-hitter to secure a trip to Williamsport.
  28. Vladimir Putin offers Russian mothers $16K cash bonus if they have 10 children “It was about service to the motherland,” Kristin Roth-Ey, an expert on Slavonic and East European Studies, said via the Washington Post. “(It is) obviously a conscious echo of the Stalinist past.”
  29. Frances Bean Cobain ‘wasn’t sure’ she’d make it to her 30th birthday She revealed that her "insecurity, destructive coping mechanisms and trauma" led her to believe she wouldn't make it to 30.
  30. How selfies fuel rise in illegal migrants Smart-phone technology is a massive driver of migration, sending the message to Central and South America of “wish you were here.”