Can Jesus Close the Wage Gap? Inside Hillsong's Instagram-Fueled Women's Movement

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    Ask E. Jean: I'm Jealous of My Boyfriend

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    Might I Recommend: Traveling Without Men

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    I Was Happy for My Wife to Carry Our First Child. Then the Belly Envy Hit.

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    Ask E. Jean: Am I Too Much of a People Magnet?

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    Guys (and girls!) flock to me for my looks and money, but how do I tell who actually likes me for who I am?

    Joe Walsh Says He's Running Against Trump for President

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    A man indistinguishable from Trump wants to primary him.

    Netflix Has Made a 'Breaking Bad' Movie

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    Ten years after 'Breaking Bad' premiered on AMC, Netflix is bringing back the show for a stand-alone movie, 'El Camino.'

    Cam Newton Laughs in the Face of Helmet Hair

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    No-rules summer hair meets football season.

    Denzel Washington’s Watch Is (Relatively) Affordable!

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    Jaeger-Lecoultre, Zodiac, and Sinn Spezialuhren watches were spotted on celebrity wrists.

    The Nike Shox BB4 is Finally Making a Comeback

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    With Vince Carter heading into his 22nd and final NBA season with the Hawks, Nike appears to finally, *finally* be re-releasing the Shox BB4 sneaker.

    The Latest: Man arrested at gunman's last known address

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    [image: The Latest: Man arrested at gunman's last known address]The Latest on the fatal shooting of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (all times local): 12:15 Kansas City police have arrested a man on a city warrant at the last known address ...

    Russia's Putin casts doubts on WADA doping report

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    [image: Russian President Putin gives message of condolences to French President Hollande over mass killings in Nice in Moscow]Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) report on doping among Russian athletes was based on the testimony of just one man and that the Olympic movement could be on the verge of split. In a statement published by the Kremlin, Putin said that there was no place for doping in sport as it was a threat to the lives and health of the athletes and discredited fair play.

    Baton Rouge shooter was ex-Marine who denied ties to any group

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    [image: Law enforcement personnel gather near the scene where police officers were shot in Baton Rouge]By Mark Hosenball and Kevin Murphy WASHINGTON/KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) - The gunman who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Sunday was a former U.S. Marine sergeant who served in Iraq and made the dean's list in college, government officials with knowledge of the case said. The suspect, Gavin Eugene Long, 29, who also wounded three other officers, was from Kansas City, Missouri, a source familiar with the investigation told Reuters. It was not immediately clear how Long, who was black, ended up in Baton Rouge, where police killed him in a shootout on his 29th birthday, according to media reports.

    Global AIDS gains 'inadequate and fragile,' UN chief says

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    [image: Civil rights activists march in Durban, South Africa, Monday July 18, 2016 at the start of the 21st World Aids Conference to demand that the fight against HIV/Aids be continued and that funding in the fight against the disease must not be cut. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told reporters that the gains the world had made against AIDS are "inadequate and fragile" (AP Photo)]JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Actress Charlize Theron, singer Elton John and Prince Harry are joining researchers, activists and policy makers at a global AIDS conference in South Africa this week to debate ways to better treat and prevent the disease.

    Utah reports Zika infection in person who cared for patient with virus

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    By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - Utah health officials on Monday said a caregiver of an elderly patient from Utah who died while infected with Zika has tested positive for the virus, they said in a statement. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that a person who helped care for the individual who died last month while infected with Zika has now contracted the virus, Utah officials said. Utah officials are still investigating how the person became infected.

    There was no hope': Treatable disease often mistaken for Alzheimer's

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    Normal pressure hydrocephalus, which causes mobility and memory issues, can be mistaken for dementia.

    Athletes have poor teeth despite brushing

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    Are sugary sports drinks and gels the problem?

    A small bite changed my whole world'

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    Yen says she was "living her best life" until a small bite turned her world upside down.

    West Lane Hospital in Middlesbrough to be closed

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    The two teenagers died within two months at the centre, which was later found to be unsafe.

    Tasteless': Patients share pictures and views of hospital food

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    Readers have been sharing their experiences - good and bad - with the BBC.

    Suicide risk nearly three times as high for those with restless legs syndrome

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    People with restless legs syndrome have nearly three times the risk of suicide or self-harm, even if they didn't have underlying conditions like depression, diabetes and insomnia, according to a new study.

    Dementia patient caregivers lose sleep, adding to mental health stress

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    On average, family members spend nearly 22 hours each week caring for parents, grandparents and siblings with Alzheimer's and other conditions. But a new intervention may give them back some of those lost sleep hours.

    CDC: 92 percent of HPV-caused cancers could be prevented by vaccine

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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday it will increase the vaccination rate of its human papillomavirus by 80 percent nationwide, which could prevent 92 percent of cancers caused by HPV.

    Study: 4-in-1 combo heart drug decreases cardiac event risk by one-third

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    The risk of heart attack, strokes and heart failure fell by 34 percent for people who took a combo pill of aspirin, a cholesterol drug and two blood pressure medicines reduced the risk of heart attack

    CDC warns of salmonella from beef, cheese in the U.S., Mexico

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    The CDC on Thursday issued a warning on an outbreak of multi-drug resistant salmonella that sickened 255 between June 2018 and March 2019, blaming it on beef and cheese from the United States and Mexico.

    Belgian festival draws criticism over blackface 'Savage' character

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    Hundreds of spectators cheered and applauded as the chief protagonist of a Belgian parade - "the Savage" - appeared in the town of Ath on Sunday, but anti-racism groups strongly criticized the...

    Rockin 'n' rollin on Mars: Rolling Stones have space rock named after them

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    The Rolling Stones have rocked stages around the world in their more than 50-year career. But now their influence has gone into space after NASA's Mars InSight Mission named a rock on the planet...

    No-frills Wills: British royals take commercial flight to see queen

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    Britain's Prince William has taken a commercial no-frills flight to visit his grandmother Queen Elizabeth, winning plaudits and favorable comparisons to his brother Harry after the younger sibling...

    From checkpoint to counterpoint: on tour with the Palestine Youth Orchestra

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    Most international musicians would baulk at the notion of a two-day journey to final rehearsals past military checkpoints on alert for weapons smugglers - but for 19-year-old viola player Ibrahim...

    London Zoo launches its trickiest annual task - the weigh-in

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    Bullfrogs, pythons and penguins were among creatures being coaxed onto the scales at London Zoo this week for the annual check on their weight and size.

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