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11-year-old girl in India raped by 17 men since January, police say

An 11-year-old girl from the Indian city of Chennai was raped by 17 men who worked in the building she lived in, local authorities said on Tuesday. The incidents took place from mid-January, according to S. Rajendran, the deputy commissioner of police for Chennai's Kilpauk district. They were reported to police Sunday after the girl told her family.

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Texas to pass Iraq and Iran as world's No. 3 oil powerhouse

Don't mess with Texas. It's a global oil superpower. The shale oil boom has brought a gold rush mentality to the Lone Star State, which is home to not one but two massive oilfields.

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Tiger Woods: Open's need for creativity offers best chance of major success

He's an old man compared to golf's young guns, but Tiger Woods says the British Open gives him the best chance of adding to his major tally for the first time in 10 years.

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Amazon's Prime Day is off to a red hot start, despite glitches

Despite tech glitches, Amazon Prime Day has been a huge success so far.

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Netflix has its first hits in India. It needs a lot more

Netflix needs big hits if its next 100 million users are going to come from India. It just landed a couple.

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'Helsinki has frozen over': Late night blasts Trump-Putin summit

Late night hosts like Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert went after President Donald Trump for his comments made during Monday's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.

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Opinion: Sorry, Mandela, my generation has failed you

"Who are the potential Mandelas of our generation?" The question hung in the air after I had asked it. I didn't intend to, as young South Africans hosted me at a Cape town event May this year, but it had slipped out as we engaged in an honest interrogation of our contributions to our nations.

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It's been over two months since Hawaii's Kilauea volcano started erupting, and the lava's still flowing

Since Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted in early May, a stream of subsequent eruptions and thousands of earthquakes have hit the Big Island. Lava has engulfed neighborhoods and homes.

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House Republican says Trump 'was wrong yesterday in a major way'

A House Republican agreed Tuesday with an assessment that President Donald Trump's news conference with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, amounted to a "bad day for America," joining a number of his GOP colleagues who have rebuked their party's leader.

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Goldman Sachs' next CEO is a part-time electronic dance DJ

Goldman Sachs' next leader isn't your typical investment banker. David Solomon has been named as the successor to CEO Lloyd Blankfein, who is stepping down September 30. Solomon is a part-time electronic dance DJ who spins records around New York and Miami clubs under the nickname DJ D-Sol.

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Donald Trump's trip to Europe was an unmitigated disaster

US President Donald Trump's European tour, much feared by European leaders and NATO powers alike, was an unmitigated disaster.

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With a deadline looming, the US can't find parents of 71 children it may have separated

We've seen a flurry of recent activity in efforts to reunite migrant children removed from their parents.

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Spanish holiday resort Palma bans topless parading, anti-social behavior

Planning a trip to the holiday island of Mallorca, Spain? Better pack something a little less revealing.

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The most shameful, stunning moment of the Trump presidency

President Donald Trump had a golden opportunity on Monday to stare down Russian President Vladimir Putin and tell him, in no uncertain terms, that Russia's meddling in the 2016 election was totally unacceptable, and that if anything like it continued going forward, there would be major and serious penalties to pay.

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Why Bank of America branches are disappearing

The future of banking is here -- and it's mobile. Bank of America announced on Monday that deposits made on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets are outpacing those made at branches for the first time.

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Microsoft wants regulation of facial recognition technology to limit 'abuse'

Microsoft has helped innovate facial recognition software. Now it's urging the US government to enact regulation to control the use of the technology.

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Twitter suspends 2 accounts linked to Russian intelligence after hacking indictment

Twitter has suspended two accounts allegedly used by Russian intelligence officers to spread information hacked from Democrats computers and email accounts during the 2016 US presidential election.

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Why Emmett Till's case matters to American history and our future

It was a question asked during a chance encounter one of us observed early this year between two visitors standing in front of Emmett Till's casket, which is on exhibition in the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. The moment was all the more poignant because it involved a white man in his 60s querying a young black woman who was overcome with emotion as she looked on at what was, in a sense, a symbol of our nation's tortured history of race relations.

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Drake vs. the Beatles? Time to retire rap vs. rock cliché

Rapper Drake became the first artist to chart seven simultaneous Billboard Top 10 singles last week, besting the Beatles' record of five in 1964. In today's fractured media landscape, Drake's ability to get so many people bopping to "Nice For What," "Nonstop," "God's Plan," "In My Feelings," "I'm Upset," "Emotionless" and "Don't Matter To Me" deserves a tip of the hat, whether you rep Team Drizzy or not.

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Why the n-word doesn't go away

Warning: This article contains offensive language.

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Domestic abuse survivor fights her past in the ring

Casey Lynn takes a deep breath, pulls her boxing gloves to her mouth and uses her teeth to make one final adjustment before stepping into the ring. This is the quiet before the storm. Lynn, a self-proclaimed "overthinker," says that when she approaches the boxing ring, everything in her mind falls away.

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Smoking in and near public housing will be banned at the end of July

Smokers won't be able to light up in or near public housing starting July 31. They'll still be allowed to rent in the communities but will have to keep lit cigarettes, cigars and pipes at least 25 feet away from buildings. Electronic cigarettes will still be permitted.

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A 5-year-old died from cancer, but not before preparing his own obituary

"My name is: Garrett Michael Boofias My birthday is: I am 5 years old My address is: I am a Bulldog! My favorite color is: Blue....and Red and Black and Green ... "

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FDA approves first drug to treat smallpox

The US Food and Drug Administration announced Friday its approval of the first drug to treat smallpox. The contagious disease was eradicated in 1980 thanks to vaccination efforts, but there are concerns that it could be used in a bioterror attack.

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Crab meat from Venezuela may be contaminated, FDA says

The US Food and Drug Administration is advising people to avoid eating fresh crab meat from Venezuela because of potential contamination by bacteria.

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More than 500 Tennessee zipline visitors sick in stomach illness outbreak

An investigation continues into what has caused hundreds of visitors to a Tennessee zipline destination to suddenly develop gastrointestinal illness.

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Indian state takes a step forward for transgender rights

The southern Indian state of Kerala announced this month that it would reserve places for transgender students in the state's higher education institutions, a move aimed at easing their stigmatization.

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How an improv class is helping the anxious

Nimeet Shah panicked whenever he had to speak before a group at work. "It was pretty severe," the Chicago IT professional said. "Making eye contact was even so difficult for me." Anxiety limited the 34-year-old's social life. "I would avoid big crowds. I would avoid even going to parties and things."

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Dr. Gupta: After all my years of reporting, this haunts me

Most of the time when you hear me talking about food, I am talking about the food we eat. But a few years ago, I realized I needed to talk more about the food we DON'T eat.

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FDA joins 22 countries' recall of common heart drug

A common drug used to control blood pressure and help prevent heart failure was announced by the US Food and Drug Administration on Friday, a week after 22 other countries recalled it because the drug contains a chemical that poses a potential cancer risk.

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Manhattanhenge 2018: Where to watch New York's sunset show in July

It's a magical moment that can leave viewers awestruck: The sun aligns perfectly through spaces between carefully constructed monolithic structures to cast an amazing beam of light.

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Washington DC: The master plan that created the world's most powerful city

Washington, D.C., might not have the same cultural cachet as New York or Los Angeles, but the capital of the United States has something unsurpassed by any other city in the world.

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Scarlett Johansson won't play trans man in film after backlash

Scarlett Johansson has opted to withdraw from a film in which she was set to play a transgender man after her casting drew criticism from the LGBTQ community.

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Nancy Sinatra, first wife of Frank Sinatra, dies at 101

Nancy Sinatra Sr., first wife of legendary singer Frank Sinatra, died Friday at the age of 101, her daughter said.

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Netflix releases first photograph of Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in 'The Crown'

The first official photograph of British actress Olivia Colman in her new role as Queen Elizabeth II in the third season of the Netflix series "The Crown" was revealed on Twitter Monday, accompanied by just one word -- "patience."

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Kate Upton is pregnant

It's a baby home run for Kate Upton and Justin Verlander. The model and her professional baseball player husband are expecting their first child.

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Mandy Moore announces return to music

Mandy Moore is back behind the mic. The "This Is Us" star, who first became a household name with her hit single "Candy" in 1999, announced over the weekend that she's making a musical comeback.

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The smart home of tomorrow will call 911 for you

Why should someone in the midst of a heart attack or comforting an injured child have to dial 911 when any one of the internet-connected gadgets in their home could do it for them?

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Taylor Swift becomes the 'third wheel' in marriage proposal

Their "Love Story" started at a Taylor Swift concert so it just made sense that they would get engaged there.

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More than 100 people ill from parasite possibly linked to McDonald's salads

The Illinois and Iowa health departments are investigating outbreaks of a parasite that causes intestinal illness and might be linked to McDonald's salads, both states said Thursday. Illinois is reporting 90 cases since mid-May. Iowa is reporting 15 cases since late June.

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The US is facing a serious shortage of airline pilots

The national security of the United States relies on a healthy airline industry. That requires modern reliable airplanes -- and highly skilled pilots to operate them.

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Trump says 'we're all to blame' for poor US-Russia relationship, Putin denies interference

US President Donald Trump said Monday he holds both the United States and Russia responsible for the breakdown in the relationship between the two countries and railed against the special counsel's Russia investigation.

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Republican Sen. Ben Sasse: Trump should declare Russia an 'enemy of America'

A Republican senator is calling on President Donald Trump on Monday to declare that Russia is "the enemy of America and our allies."

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McDonald's pulls salads from 3,000 restaurants after parasite sickens dozens

An outbreak of cyclospora linked to McDonald's salads has sickened at least 61 people in seven states, federal health officials said Friday.

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How companies change packaging without alienating customers

People cheered Starbucks' recent decision to ditch straws. But that's not always the reaction companies get when they introduce eco-friendly packaging.

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Lava from the Hawaii volcano has created a tiny new island off its coast

Lava that's still flowing from the Kilauea volcano has now created a tiny new island off the coast of Hawaii.

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UPDATE: Police identify suspect in mother's death

UPDATE ON JULY 15: 41-year-old Christopher G. Caggiano was identified as the suspect in this case by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

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This could be the Rolls-Royce of flying taxis

Rolls-Royce is preparing a flying taxi for takeoff. Vertical takeoff, that is.

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Cristiano Ronaldo arrives to crowd fanfare at Juventus

The world's most famous summer signing showed up for his Juventus medical in style on Monday to a throng of new supporters in Turin holding signs, waving banners and singing songs.

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Teens charged in rock-throwing death to appear in court

Genesee County, Mich. (WXYZ) -- The five teens facing charges for throwing rocks off of an I-75 overpass in Genesee County which killed a man will appear in court on Monday morning.

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