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Women to parade topless through New York

Women will parade topless through the streets of New York today, flashing their breasts in the name of feminist liberation as they celebrate annual GoTopless Day. The marches are organized…

Thousands expected at Native American art show

Tens of thousands of people are expected to descend upon downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, for what organizers say has become the world’s largest juried show of indigenous artwork. The…

Enjoy the organic freshness!

I guess my journey to making shampoos, conditioners and now face soaps at home is never ending! One thing drags another and I find myself reading about many products we…

Believe in yourself, love and trust yourself

Growing up it was extremely difficult to figure out what exactly I wanted to do, or who I wanted to be. At an early age (16-18) I had to make…

Famed Egyptian actor Nour El-Sherif dies of illness at 69

Egypt’s state news agency says well-known Egyptian actor Nour El-Sherif has died. He was 69. The news agency said he died Tuesday after battling an unspecified long illness. El-Sherif’s big…

Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley celebrate nuptials at screening

At dusk in the cobbled courtyard of a former palace, Warner Bros “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” took his bow to the world at London’s Thames-side Somerset House. Friday’s was not…

Singapore turns 50 with huge parade

Independent Singapore turned 50 Sunday with fireworks, a massive military parade and a tribute to late founding leader Lee Kuan Yew, who helped transform it from colonial backwater to regional…

Iraq’s Jon Stewart combats jihadists with laughs

Defying death threats, an Iraqi television comedian is fighting the Islamic State group with biting satire aimed at lifting the aura of fear that is one of the jihadists’ strongest…

‘Rogue Nation’: 5 reasons it’s the best ‘Mission: Impossible’

New film highlights struggles of gay Palestinians in Israel

Fur trade a goldmine for China’s Olympic bid city

China’s proposed Winter Olympics co-host boasts pristine ski slopes carpeted with artificial snow, but the city once dubbed the country’s “fur capital” is also home to tens of thousands of…

Oculus debuts virtual reality film ‘Henry’

Oculus is hedging its bets that an adorable critter named Henry can help convince consumers – and Hollywood – about the viability of virtual reality as a storytelling medium. The…