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Lisa Rinna’s daughter Amelia would’ve relapsed if she hadn’t gone public with eating disorder

The model claims that had she not spoken out about her eating disorder she would not be where she is today.
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Hung-over dad gags while changing baby’s diaper
This man needs hair of the dog — not poop of the baby. Watch as a hung-over dad in Orange, Australia, nearly vomits while changing his daughter’s diaper after a night out drinking.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
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CyberGhost VPN is on sale for just £2.15 a month with an extra 6 months for free
TL;DR: CyberGhost VPN is on sale for just £2.15 a month, with an extra six months for free on the one-year plan. The list of reasons why you should seriously consider CyberGhost VPN is long, but don't worry, we're going to condense it into four key points. Firstly, CyberGhost VPN has over 3,900 servers worldwide. This means that you should be able to link up to a fast connection, wherever you are in the world. Secondly, you can connect seven devices to the service, at the same time. So you can protect all your devices at once, with one plan. Thirdly, CyberGhost VPN offer around the clock live support, which is great if you encounter any problems with the service. Read more...More about Vpn, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, Uk Deals, and Cyberghost
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Swedish prosecutor wants rapper A$AP Rocky's detention extended
New York native was arrested over a fight in Stockholm last month, and police say they need more time to complete their investigation
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BlackRock second-quarter profit misses estimates
BlackRock Inc , the world's largest asset manager, missed analysts' estimates for quarterly profit on Friday, as investment advisory and securities lending revenue fell and costs rose.
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Journey creator’s Sky debuts on iPhone and iPad
Building positive social bonds is key in thatgamecompany's ambitious new title.
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UK's Javid says 'send her back' chant at Trump rally unacceptable
Chants of "send her back" directed at politicians are completely unacceptable in a modern democracy, British interior minister Sajid Javid said on Friday after a crowd chanted the phrase at a rally for U.S. President Donald Trump.
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Rohan Dennis: Tour de France rider mysteriously withdraws from race
Rohan Dennis' unexplained withdrawal from the Tour de France midway through the 12th stage has left the cycling world perplexed, with his team director saying he is "confused and disappointed" by the Australian's decision.
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Merkel feels solidarity with minority congresswomen attacked by Trump
German Chancellor Merkel on Friday distanced herself from U.S. President Donald Trump's comment that four minority Democratic congresswomen should "go back" to where they came from.
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Author Tim Alberta says Trump is galvanizing supporters with attacks on Omar
The Politico Magazine chief political correspondent and author of "American Carnage" spoke with Major Garrett on this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast
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Watch a behind-the-scenes look at 'Terminator: Dark Fate'
Paramount Pictures has released a Terminator: Dark Fate featurette at San Diego Comic-Con, showing an inside look at the making of what people are calling the true sequel to Terminator 2. While the franchise spawned three movies since the iconic flic...
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PepsiCo to buy South Africa's Pioneer Food for $1.7 billion
PepsiCo has struck a deal to buy South Africa's Pioneer Food Group for $1.7 billion, the companies said on Friday, lifting Pioneer's shares and boosting a sector that has been hit by drought and tough trading conditions.
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Netflix Says 105 Million Subscribers Have Watched an Episode of Orange Is the New Black
One of Netflix's first original series is its most-watched, according to a Variety cover story.
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House Democrats are hoping the special counsel's testimony will shift public perception about Trump
House Democrats are intensely preparing a pointed line of questioning for Robert Mueller to pin him down on the alleged criminal activity of President Donald Trump as outlined in the special counsel's sweeping investigation, banking that the testimony will shift public perception about the President's actions, according to Democratic committee aides.
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Seth Meyers slams Trump's weak reaction to racist rally chant
Seth Meyers is not having any of Trump's excuses. During a rally on Wednesday night, fans of the president were caught on camera chanting "send her back" about Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar — one of the four people Trump attacked in a barrage of racist tweets on Sunday. And when asked by a reporter why he didn't stop the chant, Trump claimed he "started speaking very quickly" — even though footage shows him pausing for a solid 12 seconds before the crowd tapers off. "That's not how you stop a chant," said Meyers on Thursday. "That's how you wait in line at the deli for them to call your number." Read more...More about Racism, Donald Trump, Seth Meyers, Late Night With Seth Meyers, and Entertainment
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World Aquatics Championships: Lilly King says drugs cheats will probably be competing
Olympic champion Lilly King says she expects there to be drug cheats at this week's World Aquatics Championships.
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Iran Denies Claim That U.S. Military Destroyed Drone in the Strait of Hormuz
The government of Iran has denied reports that the U.S. shot down an Iranian drone this week in the Strait of Hormuz, contradicting claims by the U.S. military and President Donald Trump that an enemy drone had been destroyed.Read more...
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Gold price hits six-year high as investors await US interest rate cut
One troy ounce reached $1,452.60 amid increased US-Iran tensionsGold prices have hit their highest levels in six years as investors brace for an interest rate cut by the US Federal Reserve and seek a safe haven amid tensions between Washington and Tehran.The price of one ounce of gold peaked at $1,452.60 on Friday morning, the highest point since May 2013, with fears over the Persian Gulf standoff also driving the price of a commodity that is viewed as a market refuge during geopolitical crises. Continue reading...
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Tour de France 2019: individual time trial on stage 13 and La Course – live!
Geraint Thomas among favourites for 27.2km stage in PauBack in Pau: 20 years on from Armstrong’s first Tour winEmail Barry or tweet @bglendenning with your thoughts 11.29am BST 12km to go: It’s worth noting that Spratt’s Dutch team-mate, Annemiek van Vleuten is trying to win her third consecutive La Course title. She is currently chasing down Lucinda Brand and Marianne Vos, who are trying to bridge the gap from the peloton to Spratt. The gap is dissolving, however. 11.23am BST 16km to go: Marianne Vos and her CCC Liv domestiques are towing the bunch along as Spratt, who was previously in a five-woman breakaway before dropping her travelling companions and striking for home on her own. Continue reading...
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TimelIne: Key dates for Britain's Brexit crisis: Choosing a new prime minister
Britain is due to appoint a new prime minister and attempt to renegotiate the terms of its Brexit deal, all before Oct. 31, when it is scheduled to leave the European Union.
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1Password Restores Free-to-Use Local Vault Option in Latest Version of iOS App
1Password has restored the option for customers who originally purchased its iOS app to create a local vault during setup, after users queued up online to voice their frustrations that the option was silently removed in an update. The Canadian password management service caused a string of complaints on Reddit and elsewhere earlier this month when a v7.3.3 update to the 1Password iOS app removed the free-to-use local vault option from the app setup process without alerting users to the change. Withdrawing the option meant that users who reinstalled the iOS app for whatever reason could no longer configure a new local vault on their device, even if they'd paid an upfront fee for the app or bought the Pro in-app purchase in the past for exactly this purpose. The change meant that users looking to maintain local vaults on iPhone or iPad had to either pay for a 1Password membership, or sync their iOS device with a standalone vault created by 1Password for Mac or 1Password Windows – both of which require a subscription. The good news is that 1Password has listened to user feedback, and the latest update, v7.3.4, restores the ability to create standalone vaults from setup to customers who had previously purchased 1Password 4 for iOS or the Pro Features in-app purchase. However, for new users at least, there's no longer any way to use the password management service without subscribing to a paid plan.Tag: 1PasswordThis article, "1Password Restores Free-to-Use Local Vault Option in Latest Version of iOS App" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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The Political Crisis in Puerto Rico
A leaked group chat involving the governor set off protests demanding his resignation. The outcry has brought the island to a crossroads.
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Why Amadou Diallo’s Mother Still Fights ‘This Good Fight’
Years before Black Lives Matter, Mr. Diallo’s killing became a rallying cry. Now, the Eric Garner case brings painful reminders.
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US briefing: Iran tensions, racist chants and Kyoto Animation fire
Friday’s top story: Tehran denies that US shot down its drone in strait of Hormuz. Plus, the Cats movie trailer is trending for all the wrong reasonsGood morning, I’m Tim Walker with today’s essential stories. Continue reading...
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Johnny Clegg obituary
Singer-songwriter who used music to defy apartheid in South AfricaJohnny Clegg, who has died of cancer aged 66, was a white singer-songwriter who became a national hero in South Africa by using music to defy the apartheid-era segregation laws. He challenged the authorities by forming mixed-race bands, performing to both black and white audiences, and mixing Zulu influences into songs that brought him international success. Known as the “white Zulu” or umlungu omnyama (“the black white person”), he spoke fluent Zulu and was an energetic and skilful exponent of Zulu dance.He was best known for the poignant, stirring 1987 anthem Asimbonanga (We have not seen him), a tribute to Nelson Mandela, who was then still in jail, and to other key figures of the anti-apartheid struggle. Twelve years later, soon after he stepped down as president, Mandela joined Clegg on stage in Frankfurt as he was performing the song, in one of the most emotional scenes in political pop history. Continue reading...
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Firework drone 'false news' says Instagram star Lucas Albert
Brazilian Instagram star Lucas Albert says his "revenge" video watched by millions was not real.
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A man escaped a high-rise on fire by climbing down it in true 'Spider-Man' style
Did Philadelphia's friendly neighborhood "Spider-Man" just escape an apartment fire?
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U.S. Navy Ship Sunk in World War II by German Sub Is Found Off Maine Coast
The U.S.S. Eagle PE-56, which lost 49 of 62 crew members, was located by a civilian dive team.
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Will Hiding Like Counts Be Good for Instagram Users? Test Is Expanded to 6 More Countries
The social media platform theorizes that the move may reduce pressure on users.
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The 'Cats' trailer is horrifying the internet
Expect to hear the haunting refrain of "Memory," as performed by Jennifer Hudson, approximately 80 times in the office today: There's a good chance your coworkers are all watching the "Cats" trailer, and there's a very good chance they're all horrified by it.
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U.S. House Democrats to focus Mueller testimony on Trump's conduct
When former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller appears in Congress on Wednesday, House Democrats will try to focus his testimony on clear examples of conduct by President Donald Trump that would lead to criminal charges against any other American.
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Billy Eichner got banned from Tinder for violating the terms of use
It might seem like celebrities have a gilded passage in life, but turns out even they're not immune to the odd mishap. Like getting banned from apps.  It happen to Lion King star Billy Eichner. He told Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday he was suddenly banned from Tinder.  "You're laughing but I am going to die alone," he told the audience, who appeared to find the whole thing hilarious.  "I've been on Tinder for like seven years and I'm very nice. I don't do anything naughty or weird, I'm a normal person," he clarified.  "They didn't give me an explanation, they just said you violated the terms of use," Eichner explained. "And I said, I've been single for seven years, you violated the terms of use. I didn't violate anything!" He suspects that the issue arose from someone thinking his profile was fake.  Read more...More about Tinder, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jimmy Kimmel, Billy Eichner, and Culture
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As 'superstar' cities keep winning, worrisome U.S. divide widens
In the depths of the financial crisis, when the world was shunning debt and battening down for the worst, city officials here zagged in what seemed a preposterous direction and spent $600 million on a new convention center.
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Homeowners struggle to pay fines in Dunedin, Fla. code enforcement violations
The city of Dunedin, Fla. may be running afoul of the Supreme Court with its aggressive code enforcement policy. Kristine Phillips reports.       
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Anyone Can Hire a Team of Spies
There is a booming industry of private hackers, snoops and secret agents. Is it too late to rein it in?
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Defenders of a Racist President Use Jews as Human Shields
Trump’s bigoted attack on four congresswomen of color has nothing to do with fighting anti-Semitism.
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Send Me Back to the Country I Came From
Ireland, the country of my ancestors, has become what America used to be.
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Trump's attacks on congresswomen could boost Biden campaign
As U.S. President Donald Trump intensifies his efforts to brand four progressive congresswomen as the new face of the Democratic Party, its presidential front-runner, Joe Biden, has been quietly reminding voters in Iowa there remains a middle ground.
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5 things to know for July 19: Politics, Iran, Ebola, Boeing 737 Max, heat
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.
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Sony speakers, Instant Pots, Amazon devices, Eufy smart scales, Hive thermostats, and more on sale for July 19 in the UK
It's time to start celebrating. Not only is it Friday and the end of the working week, but we have also tracked down a bunch of great deals, just for you. To help you get in the mood for the weekend, we have lined up deals on kitchenware and appliances, smart home devices, and more. You can pick up great discounts on brands like Tefal, Bosch, Le Creuset, Eufy, and other big names. It's all here. These are the best deals from across the internet for July 19. Best of the best Take your pick from this stellar selection of deals, including discounted Sony speakers, Microsoft laptops, and Oral-B electric toothbrushes. Read more...More about Smart Home, Mashable Shopping, Kitchen Appliances, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals IMAGE: AMAZON £32.49 £47.50 OFF (59%) £79.99 Oral-B Pro 2 2500 3D White Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £20.99 £29.00 OFF (58%) £49.99 Oral-B Junior Kids Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £129.99 £210 OFF (62%) £339.99 Oral-B Genius X with Artificial Intelligence Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £79.95 £70.04 OFF (47%) £149.99 Braun Silk-Epil 7 7-561 Epilators -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £38.89 £21.11 OFF (35%) £60 Sony SRS-XB10 Compact Portable Wireless Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £617.99 £181.01 OFF (23%) £799 Microsoft 13.5-inch Touchscreen Surface Laptop -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £409.99 £160 OFF (28%) £569.99 Arlo Pro 2 - Wireless Home Security Camera System -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.99 £86 OFF (68%) £125.99 ENACFIRE Wireless Headphones -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £37.99 £62.00 OFF (62%) £99.99 ENACFIRE E18 Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Headphones -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.98 £40.01 OFF (50%) £79.99 JoyGeek Drone with Camera -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £204 £61 OFF (23%) £265 Le Creuset 3-Piece Toughened Non-Stick Cookware Set -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £177 £48 OFF (21%) £225 Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.99 £67.50 OFF (63%) £107.49 Bosch Tassimo Vivy 2 Coffee Machine -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £294.99 £155 OFF (34%) £449.99 De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM Bean to Cup -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £70 £29.99 OFF (30%) £99.99 Tefal All-in-One Electric Pressure/Multi Cooker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £99.99 £70.00 OFF (41%) £169.99 Instant Pot Duo V2 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.99 £20 OFF (33%) £59.99 Aicook Juice Extractor -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £49.99 £30.00 OFF (38%) £79.99 Bagotte Juice Extractor -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £34.97 £25.02 OFF (42%) £59.99 Russell Hobbs 21600-10 Illuminating Glass Kettle -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £37 £18 OFF (33%) £55 Swan Retro Jug Kettle -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £24.99 £25.00 OFF (50%) £49.99 Echo Dot (3rd Gen) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £59.99 £30.00 OFF (33%) £89.99 Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £22.99 £13.00 OFF (36%) £35.99 RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £27.99 £9.00 OFF (24%) £36.99 KAMTRON Smart Body Fat Scale -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.99 £49.01 OFF (55%) £89 eufy Smart Scale with Bluetooth -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £269 £130 OFF (33%) £399 iRobot Roomba 671 Robot Vacuum -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £199.99 £160 OFF (44%) £359.99 Bagotte BG600 Robot Vacuum Cleaner -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £141.98 £37.02 OFF (21%) £179 Hive Active Heating and Hot Water Thermostat -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £143.99 £35.01 OFF (20%) £179 Hive UK Outdoor Security Camera -- See Details
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Committee Democrats Prepare For Highly Anticipated Robert Mueller Hearings
Members of Congress and their staffs are studying old film, reviewing the special counsel report and preparing for a lot of terse responses, they told reporters.
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Tell us: how has social media changed your neighbourhood?
From local WhatsApp and Facebook groups to other virtual communities, how do you connect with neighbours online?People don’t just hide people behind their screens. Whether it’s a WhatsApp group for park parties, or a Facebook page for your entire street, the internet also connects neighbours who might once have passed each other by. Has the internet made you more neighbourly? Related: WhatsApp: inside the secret world of group chat Continue reading...
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DealBook Briefing: Boeing Lost $8 Billion Over Its 737 Max Crisis
The financial fallout from the troubled 737 Max jetliner continues to swell for the plane maker, and could yet climb higher.
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Why your house won't make you rich
More Americans prefer real estate as an investment than stocks, bonds or other financial products. But while homeownership has a lot of benefits, getting rich quick isn't one of them.
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Ilya Kaminsky: ‘Deaf culture is such a beautiful thing’
Until his family migrated to the US when he was 16, the Ukrainian-born poet lived without sound. He discusses his family’s persecution and his first collection in a decadeIlya Kaminsky has only published two poetry collections in 15 years, but his second, Deaf Republic, has been hailed as “a contemporary epic”, “a perfectly extraordinary book” from a poet described by the writer Garth Greenwell as “the most brilliant of his generation, one of the world’s few geniuses”. The man who has attracted all this hyperbole has a wraparound smile, and responds to a photographer’s demand to look more animated by reciting poetry in Russian and English. “Here is some Mandelstam,” he says. “Now I am going to give you some Emily Dickinson.” His speech drags slightly and he is apologetic about his accent: “After all this time, it should really be better,” he says, “but I only hear what the hearing aids give me.” For Kaminsky is hard of hearing – so, if you count sign language alongside Russian and Ukrainian, he is speaking in his fourth language.Deaf Republic is an investigation into “what happens to language in a time of crisis, how we carry on and how we try to remain human,” he explains. “It’s something I’m trying to find out in my book and in my life.” In just under 60 lyric poems, some only two lines long, it tells the story of a fictional town whose inhabitants react to the murder of a deaf child by shutting their ears. Little Petya’s crime is to spit at an army sergeant who has arrived to break up a public gathering in a time of martial law. “Deafness passes through us like a police whistle,” say the townspeople of Vasenka, who are described by the author as “the ‘we’ who tell the story”. Continue reading...
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Big Little Lies: has season two really been a screaming great flop?
Fuelled by reports about behind-the-scenes turmoil, armchair experts have torn into the returning HBO drama. But is it really as bad as people say?It is a truth universally acknowledged that – as reliably as Renata Klein sets off any metal detector she walks through in the HBO series Big Little Lies – most modern-day fans will ruin the experience of watching a hit TV programme. We can’t help it; we worry away at imperfect character arcs or narrative misfires until the very fabric of the show comes apart in our hands.The more the first season of a show delivers, the more the armchair commentariat chews through any subsequent offerings, like moths working through cashmere. We saw it most overtly with the final season of Game of Thrones which – while admittedly far from perfect – attracted the sort of furore normally reserved for tax-dodgers or cold callers. Later, the actors who had worked on the flagship HBO show revealed that the experience of seeing the show’s final season ripped apart online had been deeply hurtful. Continue reading...
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Where’s your parenting column? You’re doing great.
Parenting advice on business trips, birth control for teens, and the KLM breastfeeding tweet.
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Hollywood has had a field day with the moon, but these are the films to watch
From a 1902 silent film to a biopic of astronaut Neil Armstrong, these films celebrate everything that led to mankind setting foot on the surface of the moon. Check them out in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
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Mueller hearings to highlight 'shocking evidence of criminal misconduct' by Trump, Democrats say
The former special counsel is set to appear before the Judiciary and Intelligence committees on Wednesday.
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