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  1. Everyone's talking about Area 51 because of a satirical Facebook page where a million people signed up to storm the Nevada site to "see them aliens." It was all a joke, but people are still fascinated, so here's what to know about the secretive area. -[Summarize this news]

  2. 1 hour ago

    Americans involved in the democratic process were heavily targeted by foreign government hackers in the past year, according to Microsoft -[Summarize this news]

  3. 2 hours ago

    This airline passenger was spotted operating his seatback TV with his bare feet. A video of the moment has been viewed millions of times. -[Summarize this news]

  4. 2 hours ago

    Tonight's business headlines: ▪ Europe launches antitrust investigation into Amazon ▪ Netflix misses user growth target, shares fall after hours ▪ Bank of America posts record Q2 profits ▪ Elon Musk unveils plans to connect brains to devices -[Summarize this news]

  5. 2 hours ago

    Iran's foreign minister said the US is waging war against his country through intensifying economic sanctions that make civilians "the primary targets," but told CNN that his country "will never start a war" and that all parties should work to avoid one -[Summarize this news]

  6. 2 hours ago

    Two men who run a company that specializes in curating travel experiences for black people say they are trying to "flip the phrase on its head and highlight the beauty" of Africa -[Summarize this news]

  7. 2 hours ago

    The government of Chad has lifted restrictions on social media access after a 16-month internet blackout -[Summarize this news]

  8. 3 hours ago

    Instagram could be one step closer to concealing your likes. The Facebook-owned company said it's expanding its test that hides likes to more countries, including Ireland, Italy, Japan, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand. -[Summarize this news]

  9. 3 hours ago

    America is losing the space race | By Charles Beames for Perspectives -[Summarize this news]

  10. 4 hours ago

    As druglord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was learning he won't likely ever see freedom again, his daughter launched a clothing line in Mexico that hinges heavily on the legacy and lore surrounding her father -[Summarize this news]

  11. 4 hours ago

    A Dutch airline is experiencing some turbulence over its breastfeeding policy. A woman says she was on a flight from San Francisco to Amsterdam last month when a flight attendant gave her a blanket and warned her to cover up if she planned to breastfeed. -[Summarize this news]

  12. 5 hours ago

    West Palm Beach, Florida, is blasting popular children's songs like "Baby Shark" and "Raining Tacos" all night long to discourage people from spending the night in a park -[Summarize this news]

  13. 5 hours ago

    Rufo Chacon lost both of his eyes during a July 2 protest in San Cristobal, Venezuela, which turned bloody when police began firing rubber bullets into the crowd. The doctors who tried to save his eyes said that 52 rubber buckshot pellets hit his face. -[Summarize this news]

  14. 5 hours ago

    The man who caught Chance the Snapper — the alligator that shut down part of Chicago's Humboldt Park for days — is a new hero in the Windy City. He threw out the first pitch at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night as the Chicago Cubs hosted the Cincinnati Reds. -[Summarize this news]

  15. 6 hours ago

    Puerto Rico's Justice Department has issued summonses for everyone involved in a private chat group with Gov. Ricardo Rosselló that has sparked protests across the American territory, department spokeswoman Mariana Cobian said -[Summarize this news]

  16. 6 hours ago

    Johnny Clegg gave South Africa reason to believe | By Raymond Joseph for -[Summarize this news]

  17. 7 hours ago

    Bill Gates is now only the third richest person in the world -[Summarize this news]

  18. 7 hours ago

    How did Kim Jong Un get his Mercedes-Benzes? A new report traces origins of luxury goods in North Korea: -[Summarize this news]

  19. 7 hours ago

    After controversy over a vibrator sparked accusations of sexism at CES, sex toys will be officially allowed at the expo -[Summarize this news]

  20. 7 hours ago

    Greek food is some of the tastiest in the world. Here are 24 must-try dishes: -[Summarize this news]


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