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Prince Charles' reported nickname for Meghan Markle is a huge compliment - even though it doesn't sound like one

Prince Charles' reported nickname for Meghan Markle is a huge compliment - even though it doesn't sound like one

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Chris Jackson/Getty Images Prince Charles' reportedly calls Meghan Markle "Tungsten." According to reports, he chose the nickname because she is "strong and unbending" like the...
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New clues in UK Novichok poisoning case point to an assassination plot involving Russia's military intelligence service

New clues in UK Novichok poisoning case point to an assassination plot involving Russia's military intelligence service

8 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Peter Nicholls/Reuters UK police believe multiple Russians were involved in the attempted murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in...
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The US is reportedly offering large armed drones to the first non-NATO country

The US is reportedly offering large armed drones to the first non-NATO country

9 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Reuters/Josh Smith FARNBOUROUGH, England - The United States has offered India the armed version of Guardian drones that were originally authorized for sale as unarmed for...
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The pound takes a bath after 'terrible' UK retail sales numbers

15 hours ago   |   Business Insider

June retail sales came in at -0.5%, versus analysts forecasts of 0.4% growth. The underperformance, coupled with bad data earlier in the week, means an interest rate hike from...
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JetBlue founder buying 60 jets to setup a new U.S. start-up airline

JetBlue founder buying 60 jets to setup a new U.S. start-up airline

1 day ago   |   Travel and Tourworld

JetBlue founder is going to launch a new start-up airline and for this David Neeleman is buying 60 jets. David Neeleman's start-up carrier has mounted since news about the...
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5 boozy ice pops we wish we could buy in the US - and 3 that you actually can

5 boozy ice pops we wish we could buy in the US - and 3 that you actually can

2 days ago   |   Business Insider

Rob Kim/Getty Alcoholic ice pops are gaining traction throughout the world, as many countries like England and South Africa are selling pops of their own. Alcoholic ice pops...
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The Air Force is slowly building up its presence in Eastern Europe so it can act fast in case of conflict

The Air Force is slowly building up its presence in Eastern Europe so it can act fast in case of conflict

2 days ago   |   Business Insider

DVIDS RAF FAIRFORD, England - Building up airfields so that US bombers, fighters and other aircraft can land safely on Europe's eastern front was not a project the US Air Force...
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Tom Brady has sacrificed at least $60 million in his career with discount contracts to keep the Patriots competitive

Tom Brady has sacrificed at least $60 million in his career with discount contracts to keep the Patriots competitive

2 days ago   |   Business Insider

Maddie Meyer/Getty Tom Brady has made $197 million over the course of his career, but he could have made more. Brady has frequently taken contract extensions and restructured...
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The UK just unveiled a next-generation fighter jet that could be unmanned and armed with lasers

The UK just unveiled a next-generation fighter jet that could be unmanned and armed with lasers

3 days ago   |   Business Insider

Reuters The United Kingdom unveiled a full-sized model of its proposed next-generation fighter jet on Monday at the Farnborough air show in England. Nicknamed the "Tempest...
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A woman had tapeworm larvae in her spine that caused 'electric shocks' in her legs, according to a new report

A woman had tapeworm larvae in her spine that caused 'electric shocks' in her legs, according to a new report

3 days ago   |   Business Insider

Joe Raedel/Getty A French woman experienced weakness, falls, and a feeling of "electric shocks" in her legs because of tapeworm larvae growing in her spine , according to a...
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Welcome to Georgia

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Stocks fall amid US trade escalations with EU, China

Stocks fall amid US trade escalations with EU, China

Mike Segar/Reuters Stocks fell Thursday after weaker-than-expected earnings and as trade tensions escalated on multiple fronts. Treasury yields and the dollar slipped after... Read more ...

Homeland Security chief Nielsen said she believes Russia interfered in the...

Homeland Security chief Nielsen said she believes Russia interfered in the US election, but questioned whether it really tried to help Trump

Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen on Thursday said she believed Russia interfered in the 2016 US election but questioned whether it really did so to help President... Read more ...

Nation's intelligence chief explains public rebuke of Trump, says he was...

Nation's intelligence chief explains public rebuke of Trump, says he was just doing his job

Aaron Bernstein/Reuters Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats described Russian interference in American elections as "undeniable" during an interview with Andrea... Read more ...

Putin reportedly proposed holding a referendum to solve the conflict in...

Putin reportedly proposed holding a referendum to solve the conflict in Ukraine in his closed-door meeting with Trump

Kevin Lamarque/Reuters Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly proposed solving the conflict in eastern Ukraine with a referendum during his one-on-one meeting with... Read more ...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly called Trump to congratulate him...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly called Trump to congratulate him after the 2016 election

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg called Donald Trump to congratulate him on his shock 2016 election victory. That's according to a new report from BuzzFeed News... Read more ...

You no longer have to be a kid to get a princess makeover at Disney World

You no longer have to be a kid to get a princess makeover at Disney World

Disney Parks Blog/Facebook Salons at Walt Disney World in Orlando are now offering Character Couture makeovers for adults. Children can visit the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique to be... Read more ...

How one woman planned a 10-day trip to 3 continents with a limited budget...

How one woman planned a 10-day trip to 3 continents with a limited budget and little time off work

Day2505/Shutterstock Travel from continent to continent generally requires more time and money than a domestic vacation. However, if you plan your own layovers, take advantage... Read more ...