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Nicolas Cage, wife Alice Kim are separated

Actor Nicolas Cage and his wife Alice Kim have been separated. According to the representative of the 52-year-old actor the couple parted ways in January, reported People magazine. Cage met Kim, 32, in February 2004 when she served him while ...
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Summer salmon fisheries given the green light to get under way in many areas

After a two month delay, NOAA Fisheries has given state Fish and Wildlife the approval to reopen sport salmon fisheries effective immediately. This opening puts the years salmon fisheries back on track, John Long, a state Fish and Wildlife salmon policy coordinator said in a news release. I kno
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Many young New Yorkers, who can stay on their parents insurance until 26, are sticking with their childhood doctors even after college.
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Recruitment firms hit by jobs threat from foreign banks after Brexit result

Shares in some recruiters lost more than half their value with PageGroup down 52 per cent, Hays down 29 per cent, Robert Walters down more than 10 per cent and Staffline down 29 per cent.
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Brexit creates fresh cracks in EU economies with foreign stock markets worse than FTSE

As investors struggled to come to terms with Brexit, borrowing costs in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece rose. It is feared other EU members could push for a referendum of their own.
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Stocks that will soar from Brexit Use market turmoil as an opportunity

The FTSE 100 fell 7 per cent as it opened yesterday, but it quickly regained much of that ground as investors realised they had overreacted.
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Brexit could be as big a risk to a deeply damaged eurozone, says ALEX BRUMMER

Anyone who had ever doubted that the UK, as the fifth largest economy in the world and the second biggest in the EU, is at the fulcrum of financial events has been quickly disabused.
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The 5 Most Important Things You Need To Know About The Brexit

It will take years for the full ramifications of the Brexit to unfold. In the meantime, here are the five most important things you need to know about this historic decision.
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Deeply Discounted, Solid European Banks Guru Investor David Herro Is Buying

The threat of a British exit from the European Union has contributed to a drastic decline in prices for European financial stocks, and at least one value guru, Oakmark Funds’ David Herro (Trades
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U.K. Exit Is Different This Time

The fall in the pound highlights a big vulnerability: Britain needs to borrow from abroad. If foreign investors curb the flow, that could hit the economy and the banks.
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Brexit Hits Home. Five Questions for the U.S. Housing Market

Last night, the U.K. voted to sever its economic and political union with Europe after a quarter century. The British exit—Brexit—came as a great surprise, shaking financial markets and lo
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Pressure on Stocks Continues After Historic British Vote

It’s a Brexit bust in the stock market.
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Superior Plus (SPB) Shares Cross 7% Yield Mark

In trading on Friday, shares of Superior Plus Corp (Toronto: SPB) were yielding above the 7% mark based on its monthly dividend (annualized to $0.72), with the stock changing hands as low as $10.10 on
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Popular Travel

Theme park fans endure long lines to be among first on rides

Aaron Wallace waited in line for six hours this week for a 5-minute ride, the brand-new Frozen Ever After at Epcot. It was worth it, he said.

"Honestly, it flew by," Wallace said.


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No TSA PreCheck on boarding pass? This might be why

Thousands paid for expedited screening but arent getting it because of clerical errors             
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In Transit: How Brexit Will Affect Travel to Europe

With Britain voting to leave the European Union, a weaker pound will mean that United States travelers will save when traveling throughout Britain.
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Universal unveils some 'Secret Life of Pets' plans

Universal Studios theme park isintroducing entertainment options based on the upcoming film "The Secret Life of Pets." But Friday's announcement does not seem to be the biggie recently mentioned b

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In Transit: 7 New Hotels in New York City

In New York City, hotels are opening in the Financial District, Midtown, Williamsburg and downtown Brooklyn.
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Where to Go Now: 6 L.G.B.T.-Friendly Places to Visit

From Manchester to Laos, L.G.B.T. travel experts give their suggestions on where to go next.
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Sprawling Palm Springs estate up for auction

The Pond estate features a white Spanish-style mansion and two guest houses, both in desert-washed pink stucco, with a total of 10 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms.        
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Dodgers can't dig out of early hole in 8-6 loss

In his first, and perhaps only start as a Dodger, Nick Tepesch dumped his team into a four-run hole and exited after only four innings, exposing his bullpen to the bats of the Pirates in an 8-6 lo
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U.S. looking for Copa America consolation in third-place game

Dutch Coach Louis van Gaal left little doubt how he felt about his team having to contest a third-place game in the last World Cup. This match should never be played, he complained. No football
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Pujols, Trout not just playing out the string with Angels

No one would have blamed Albert Pujols for taking himself out of the Angels lineup Friday. The same left hamstring that forced him to miss to two games earlier in the week was still bothering him.
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American Girl debuts new WellieWishers line of dolls

The five new dolls are aimed squarely at little girls who may be looking for something more advanced than their American Girl Bitty Babies.        
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Brexit: 5 things to expect Monday

With the U.S. stock market having suffered its worst drop in 10 months, here are five things you can expect across the global markets.        
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Michael Norman of Vista Murrieta is Gatorade state athlete of the year in track and field

For the second consecutive season, Michael Norman of Vista Murrieta has been named the Gatorade state athlete of the year in track and field. The USC-bound Norman won the state 200 and 400 champio
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Wildfire burns more than 30,000 acres, prompting state of emergency; 2 dead, 100 structures lost

Fire officials confirmed two fatalities Fridayin a fast-moving fire near Lake Isabella that has scorched more than 30,000 acres and destroyed 100 structures. As of Friday evening, the blaze was 5
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Body found near Temescal Canyon in Pacific Palisades

Los Angeles police Friday afternoon found the body of a homeless man in Pacific Palisades, west of Temescal Canyon, said Lt. Allen Schubert. The man, who had set up an encampment in the wooded are
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