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Dunkin' Donuts is running for free on National Donut Day

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National Donut Day is yet another "foodie" holiday. Additionally, in select cities, anyone visiting LaMar's on June 2 will get a free travel mug. You can also enter a contest to win free Entenmann's for a year. The shop features waffles, ice cream, and specialty donuts such as the S'Morgan Freeman, Ellen DoughGenerous, and Katy Cherry to name a few. Read More »

'Wonder Woman' Earns $103.1 Million At The Domestic Box Office

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Some still had issues with Wonder Woman . For starters, the film's 93% Rotten Tomatoes score and extremely lofty reviews across the board have bested Doctor Strange , the Captain America films, the Avengers films, Thor , and is almost on par with the 94% score of the 2008 Iron Man flick. Read More »

NASCAR Cup Series tackles Pocono Sunday

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You can bet Busch will be ramped up to win this weekend, not that he isn't always. Blaney joined Ricky Stenhouse Jr . and Austin Dillon as first-time Cup winners this season. With last week's win, Johnson now leads the series with three victories. "It's just another race vehicle. It's just the circumstances that haven't quite worked in our favor". Read More »

Mayweather coming back to fight UFC star McGregor on August 26

McGregor is the biggest draw of the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) and the current lightweight champion - but his sport allows kicking and grappling. Conor McGregor is 27 and he is a southpaw. That means you'd have to bet $1100 to make $100 off Floyd, while a $100 bet on Conor would earn you $700 in the unlikely (at least according to the betting community) event that McGregor wins. Read More »

Trump's attorney general Sessions to face Russian Federation questions

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters later that Trump thought Sessions "did a very good job " and was especially "strong" on denying any collusion between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. Although Sessions, a genteel 70-year-old from the southern state of Alabama, backed Trump's campaign, he was also one of the first administration officials to fly into turbulence. Read More »

Attorney General Sessions denies collusion with Russian Federation

Sessions, who was one of Trumps earliest supporters, said he couldn't remember having a meeting with the Russian ambassador in March and refused to detail his conversations with the U.S. Sessions declined to comment on those reports, stating only that he had "confidence" in Mueller and would not be involved in any effort, should it arise, to fire the special counsel. Read More »

The Walt Disney Co (DIS) Shares Sold by Alta Capital Management LLC

Triangle Securities Wealth Management now owns 28,049 shares of the entertainment giant's stock worth $3,180,000 after buying an additional 135 shares in the last quarter. Twin Cap Management reported 1% stake. Massmutual Trust Com Fsb Adv holds 43,347 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) traded down 0.89% during midday trading on Friday, hitting $105.04. Read More »

ISIS leader Al Baghdadi reportedly killed in Russian airstrike

The United States is deploying multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) to the areas in southern Syria where nearly no units of the Islamic State remain, Lavrov added. Lavrov noted that "all examples of such actions to "decapitate" terror groups had always been presented with great enthusiasm and pomp, but experience shows that later these groups restored their combat capabilities". Read More »

Will Madhur Bhandarkar's Indu Sarkar Trailer Spark Major Political Controversy?

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However going by the trailer, the focus is not on them but rather on Kirti Kulhari's character - a stammering woman who decides to take on the government's autocratic ways by joining the rebel forces. Right from the emergency to the implementation of mass sterilization program, he is shown in the trailer. The trailer of the film will be out today! As we discussed above that some controversies will be invoked through this movie, what is that exactly. Read More »

Is North Korea's tourism industry luring Americans into a trap?

The release came after Joseph Yun, the State Department's special envoy to North Korea, travelled to Pyongyang and demanded his freedom on "humanitarian grounds", capping a flurry of secret diplomatic contacts, a USA official said. Fred Warmbier said his son was "terrorized" and "brutalized" by the North Korean government, who said Otto Warmbier slipped into a coma the day after his arrest. Read More »

Kate Middleton's Nautical Look Is Surprisingly Affordable

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Kate Middleton looks ready to sail the high seas in her latest nautical ensemble. It was a chic, work-appropriate look that featured heels that are stylish but still look incredibly comfortable. J.Crew may have joined the ranks of mall brands struggling to regain their cool factor and remain solvent, but it was recently revived, if only for a brief moment, by the Duchess of Cambridge . Read More »

Hey, Remember That Time Nicole Kidman Was Engaged To Zoë Kravitz's Dad?

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In an interview with The Edit , Kravitz recalled when her Big Little Lies costar dated her famous father, Lenny Kravitz . "But she was always so, so sweet to me so it was nice to see her again". Although being part of one of 2017's biggest shows of the year, Zoe believes casting has been a challenge for her in the past and revealed she was told she couldn't audition for a major superhero movie because the directors weren't going "urban". Read More »

Adam West honored with Bat-signal display at LA City Hall

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On Thursday night, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti addressed a crowd at City Hall while standing next to the famous red Batphone that Commissioner Gordon used to call Batman on the show. Ward, 71, who played Batman's sidekick Robin, said the other half of his 1960s dynamic duo spent his life "trying to make this world a better place" as he was joined by West's family on Thursday. Read More »

Russia claims it has killed IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

The ministry said Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed on May 28 along with other senior group commanders. "If he has been killed, of course it would deal a big blow to the group, but let's just look at the past few weeks - we've had major terror attacks in London, in Baghdad, in Tehran, in Kabul". Read More »

Leaked NSA Report Does Not Prove Russian Hacking of Voting Machine Company

Wearing an orange jumpsuit and leg shackles, victor pleaded not guilty in US district court to charges that she illegally retained and transmitted national defense information. This Winner's not going down without a fight. "Everybody in America knows what she looks like at this point". The case against victor, who worked for NSA contractor Pluribus International Corporation in August, Georgia, appears formidable. Read More »

Russian military claims may have killed IS leader Baghdadi

Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al-Samarrai, changed his name to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and declared himself to be the "Caliph" of the Islamic State Group. "We can not confirm these reports at this time", said Operation Inherent Resolve US Army Colonel Ryan Dillon . Russian Federation believes one of its airstrikes may have killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, its defense ministry announced Friday. Read More »

Reeling from shooting, Washington tunes in for Congressional Baseball Game

First pitch is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Thursday. In comparison, past year more than 9,000 people attended the charity event, which raised more than $500,000, according to Congressional Baseball Game for Charity. Five people, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), were wounded in the shooting . President Donald Trump did not attend but sent a video message of support. Read More »

Putin denies U.S. election meddling, says he barely met Mike Flynn

Russian President Vladimir Putin is dismissing as "a load of nonsense" the idea Russia has damaging information on President Donald Trump and denies having any relationship with him. Senate Intelligence Committee about his Russian ties, invoking his constitutional right to avoid self-incrimination. President Putin hammers NBC's airhead Megyn Kelly in interview . Read More »

DeVos suspends rules on student borrower protection

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The first rule required for-profit colleges to prove their degrees lead to gainful employment . The Borrower Defense to Repayment rule clarified how student borrowers who were defrauded or misled by their college can apply for loan forgiveness. Read More »

Government confirms emergency funding to deal with aftermath of Grenfell fire

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May moved quickly to establish exactly what caused the fire - and why it moved so quickly, engulfing the building that housed as many as 600 people in less than an hour. On Friday, British newspapers heightened their criticism of the government, saying there were a series of unanswered issues including as to whether the cladding used on the building helped the blaze spread. Read More »

Dems, GOP join on ballfield as they don't in Congress

Numerous people at the ballpark interviewed by HuffPost expressed hope that the event would send a message to Americans to come together. As they prepared for a bipartisan baseball game Thursday night that promised at least a brief lull in the political mud fight, some said they hoped the good feeling would last past the final inning. Read More »