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UN council heads to Bangladesh and Myanmar to see…

The U.N. Security Council is heading to Asia for a firsthand look at the plight of some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled a military crackdown in Myanmar and the several hundred thousand who remain in the country's northern Rakhine state

This Duck Was Caught Flying Over The Speed Limit

A camera normally meant for catching speedsters breaking the speed limit, caught a duck flying over the limit. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

Lele Pons Gives Out Her Cell Phone Number To Fans…

Have you ever wanted your favorite celebrity to give you their phone number? For some Lele Pons fans, that dream is a reality. She’s wild, hilarious, and full of energy, and she clearly has a soft spot for her supporters. But is handing out her phone number a bad idea? Let us know in the comments below!

CDC Experts Stumped On Why More US Kids Have…

Higher rates of autism in kids reportedly outpace previous years.

Bill Cosby: America's Dad convicted of drugging…

Prosecutors say the public has now seen 'the real Bill Cosby'; the comedian was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his suburban Philadelphia mansion

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Who were the best picks of round one?

The MMQB's Albert Breer, Jonathan Jones and Andy Staples discuss the best picks in round one of the NFL Draft.

20 states seek to block Obama's health care law

Twenty Republican-led states are seeking to temporarily invalidate former President Barack Obama's health care law while their larger lawsuit against it proceeds

Sun, fun and Sting _ Jazz Fest opens in New Orleans

Sting is the opening day headliner for the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

There Are More Gorillas Than We Thought

Although still highly vulnerable, there are more western lowland gorillas than previously thought, a new study finds. Over a 10-year period, scientists scoured 72,000 square miles of western equatorial Africa on foot patrols studying nests and other clues, reports the Guardian . Earlier estimates placed the gorilla population at 150,...

Use of DNA in serial killer probe sparks privacy…

Privacy concerns are being raised over investigators' use of a genealogical website to find the California man they say is a serial killer and rapist

Amazon's quarterly profit more than doubles…

Amazon's first-quarter profit more than doubled from a year ago and blew past Wall Street expectations

Iconic pen used by military, made by blind people…

Anyone who's served in the military, worked for the federal government or addressed a package at the post office is familiar with an iconic pen made for 50 years by visually impaired people

Man convicted of mailing fatal cyanide set to be sentenced

A Maine man is due to be sentenced later this week following his conviction for mailing cyanide to a suicidal Englishman

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Smoke from Wisconsin refinery explosion poses…

An explosion and asphalt fire at a Wisconsin oil refinery sent huge plumes of smoke into the air that pollution experts said almost certainly contains large amounts of toxins

Revolutionary War Journal Tells Tale Of Epic…

The journal of a young American sailor who was captured during the American revolution has surfaced.

Shawn Mendes COVERS Camila Cabello’s ‘Never Be…

Shawn Mendes just covered Camila Cabello and it is INSANE. Camila Cabello is currently happily off the market, and Shawn Mendes is too busy promoting the release of his new album to even think about getting a girlfriend. But the two are still very close and we love seeing the friends collabing together! What do you think of the cover? Let us know in the comments below!

In emotional reunion, Spielberg revisits…

Steven Spielberg says he hasn't made a film that gave him as much pride or satisfaction since his 1993 Holocaust drama "Schindler's List."

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Baker Mayfield and Ryan Shazier Among Round One's…

The MMQB's Albert Breer, Jonathan Jones and Andy Staples discuss the biggest storylines from round one of the NFL Draft.

More kids have autism, better diagnosis may be…

The government estimates that autism is becoming more common, but it's only a small increase

Water exec: Uncertain mix of chemicals from consumer taps

A public water utility that studied what it was serving its 200,000 North Carolina customers is finding multiple unregulated industrial chemicals with uncertain health effects, including some university researchers didn't know existed

Israel: 9 teenagers die in flash floods; 1 still missing

Israel's rescue service says 9 teenagers die in flash floods while hiking south of Dead Sea; 1 still missing

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Amazon raising price of annual Prime membership…

Amazon says it will hike up the price of its Prime membership fee by 20 percent next month

Microsoft Windows adapts as its business…

Microsoft's Windows, the computer operating system that helped catapult the company to success more than three decades ago, is no longer a core business these days so much as a complement to the company's other offerings.

Regulators weigh request to remove Wynn from…

Massachusetts gambling regulators are considering Wynn Resorts' request to remove Steve Wynn's name from its state casino license as the company founder faces numerous allegations of sexual misconduct