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The First Word You See Will Determine What You Should Have For Lunch

Because deciding what you should have for lunch shouldn’t be so damn hard.


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Alicia Tan

Avid Japanese gamer transforms room into an impressive arcade zone

As far as obsessions go, this is by far the coolest we've seen.

Japanese Twitter user @Sora12153128 has a room that a gamer would give an arm to live in. The post was captioned with a shout-out to his mother that read: "Don't get angry, mum."

According to RocketNews24, the Yamagata native spent a year decking out his room with arcade machines. There's no word on exactly how much the "renovation" cost him, but he's said that most of the machines are second-hand purchases.

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A Florida judge has ruled that Bitcoin isn’t money

 Ever since it moved into the mainstream Bitcoin has had a bit of an identity crisis. Mainly because no one is really sure whether it should be considered money or property. The IRS says it’s property for tax purposes, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission says it’s a commodity, and most Bitcoin advocates like to say it’s the world’s most advanced currency.… Read More


If White Sox get serious about selling Chris Sale, Red Sox would have to listen

If White Sox get serious about selling Chris Sale, Red Sox would have to listen


Jacob Price

A high schooler stole home by sliding through his teammate's legs

The chance to play in the state championship game is one every high school athlete dreams of, but obviously losing doesn't usually leave a lot of great memories.

Graham Tews of Ogden, IA gets to keep this moment with him forever though. His team may have lost 6-1, but the one run came in just about the best way possible. Hopefully his teammate knew what was going on. He could have been super freaked out if not.

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Matt Ellentuck

3 things we learned from Team USA’s 88-84 win over the Select Team

The American teams scrimmaged, and the WNBA's young talent proved it isn't far behind the superstars.

Despite losing a 12-point lead in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, and trailing by as many as 10 in the first half, Team USA defeated the Select Team 88-84.

It took a 13-2 run halfway through the second quarter for Team USA get into the game, and a pair of stops to end a late Select Team run led by Minnesota Lynx forward Natasha Howard’s 18 fourth quarter points, but Team USA’s...

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What Role Would You Play On "Big Brother"?

Floaters, you better grab a life vest!

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12 Delicious Homemade Doughnuts You Need To Eat ASAP

Perfect for dunking in your morning cup of coffee.

Paleo Cinnamon Crumble Doughnuts

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Doughnuts

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Chai Spiced Coconut Flour Doughnuts

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Grain-Free Samoa Doughnuts



Peter Allen Clark

Bernie Sanders hits Donald Trump with sick bern on Twitter

Bernie Sanders took no guff from anyone as he closed out the first night of the Democratic National Convention. Especially not from Donald Trump.

The reality television star and Republican presidential candidate chose to lob barbs at Democrats from the safety of his own Twitter account all night.  He called Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas," he trotted out the new nickname "Hillary 'Rotten' Clinton," and he derided the divisive nature of the Democratic Party's Philadelphia convention. 


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Rich McCormick

Solar Impulse 2 completes round-the-world trip on sun power alone

More than a year after it took off from Abu Dhabi, Solar Impulse 2 has completed its round-the-world trip. The solar-powered plane landed back again in Abu Dhabi last night, just over two days after it took off from Cairo late on July 23rd, completing the final leg of its long journey. The craft spent a total of 505 hours — more than 23 days — in the air, stopping at airports across Europe, North America, and Asia to avoid inclement weather, and to give its two pilots well-deserved...


Frederic Lardinois

OpenStack will soon be able to run in containers on top of Kubernetes

 OpenStack, the open source project that allows enterprises to run an AWS-like cloud computing service in their own data centers, added support for containers over the course of its last few releases. Running OpenStack itself on top of containers is a different problem, though. Even though CoreOS has done some work on running OpenStack in containers thanks to its oddly named… Read More

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Fed Prepares Action Against Goldman Sachs in Leak Case

Two men had pleaded guilty in the 2014 case, which involved the passing of confidential information from the New York Fed to a Goldman banker.

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Letter From Europe: Soldiers Calm French Nerves, but Are Paying a Steep Price

The state of emergency is keeping thousands of heavily armed troops on the streets, which is proving to be a drain on both personnel and morale.

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String of Attacks in Europe Fuels a Summer of Anxiety

The Continent is struggling with how to respond to terrorism that does not fit neat definitions or lend itself to easy answers.

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As ISIS Loosens Grip, U.S. and Iraq Prepare for Grinding Insurgency

The Islamic State’s suicide attack in Baghdad this month, officials say, foreshadows the violence it will unleash as it reverts to its guerrilla roots.

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Your Evening Briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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Notebook: The Democrats’ Damaging Damage Control

On Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s long exit.

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Bernie Sanders, Leader of a Revolt, Now Must Put One Down

Despite Mr. Sanders’s pleas to unite around Hillary Clinton, his supporters booed, heckled and protested on the first night of the Democratic National Convention.

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Sarah Silverman Scolds ‘Bernie or Bust’

Speaking at the Democratic National Convention, the comedian Sarah Silverman told delegates continuing to back Bernie Sanders that they were “being ridiculous.”

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How Bernie Sanders Left His Mark on Pop Culture

Costumed babies. Disheveled wigs. Worse-than-usual Brooklyn accents. The influence of Mr. Sanders, who is set to speak on Monday at the Democratic convention, extends beyond politics.

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