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Brexit Opponents Surge As Cameron Strikes Alliance

The British prime minister’s unlikely association with London’s new Labour mayor makes a break with the EU look less likely.

Alibaba Fuels Massive Rise In Mobile Ad Blocking

More than 419 million people have installed mobile ad-blocking software — the majority live in China, India, Indonesia or Pakistan. Could the U.S. be next?

How Harambe The Gorilla Could Still Be Alive Today

The breach of a primate exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo by a child underscores the need to modernize zoo exhibits.

Pan-American Body May Give Venezuela The Boot

With the Organization of American States chief calling Venezuela’s president a “dictator,” the group will discuss the country’s membership at an emergency meeting Wednesday.

OPEC In ‘Crisis’ As Oil Producers Divided

The biannual meeting in Vienna on Thursday arrives just weeks after Saudi officials scuttled a plan between OPEC and non-OPEC producers to freeze oil production and shore up prices.
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Rested vs. Rusty: The Finals Fatigue Narrative

The Cleveland Cavaliers will have rested five days before Game 1 of the NBA Finals to the Golden State Warriors’ two. So which team has the advantage?

Facebook Touts Video-Based English Learning

The tech giant selected VoiceTube, a mobile app for learning English through videos, as its App of the Year.
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Brent Crude Lower On Strong Mideast Oil Output

OPEC’s 13 members meet in Vienna Thursday to set the group’s policy, which is more focused on market share than on influencing prices.

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Ticket Sales Mixed For Copa America

The biggest soccer event to hit the United States since the 1994 World Cup will get underway this week.

‘Systemic’ Failures By VA Watchdog Found

Although an inspector general report found two providers were dispensing narcotics at a concerning rate, it did not identify any wrongdoing.

Trump’s Numbers Don’t Add Up

The presumptive GOP nominee seemed to contradict himself in trying to explain his charitable donations — or lack of them.
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Welcome To The Murder Capital Of The World

While Brazil is famous for its many charms, it is also internationally recognized for something else: violence and crime. In the lead-up to the Summer Olympics, private security forces are mobilizing.

A Day Standing Guard With Vietnam Veterans

Vietnam veterans were the last generation of soldiers drafted and the first to be spat on. Now, as they enter their upper years, the Veterans Memorial is what binds them together.