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A Daily Newsletter You'll Want To Actually Open: theSkimm

http://www.theskimm.com/?r=12VF4 Click the link not the picture! If you like to know what's going on in the world, but hating reading the paper or don't have time read the Skimm in your email instead! They condense the stories in the headlines to smaller understandable summaries for your morning everyday! It's written by two women in the news industry! Check it out with this link and you help me and yourself! <3 Kisses and Cupcakes

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Top News, Latest headlines, Latest News, World News & U.S News - UPI.com Salmon swim across slightly flooded road in Washington state.

Motocross riders compete in the Red Bull Hare Scramble race during Erzberg Rodeo near the village of Eisenerz in the Austrian province of Styria. (© Reuters)

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from Latest Fashion News from Tokyo, Japan | FASHION HEADLINE JAPAN

Kansai Yamamoto in London Marks Return to Fashion World

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Photographer captures rare 'fire rainbow cloud' above Florida as Mother Nature puts on spectacular light show

Photographer captures rare 'fire rainbow cloud' above Florida as Mother Nature puts on spectacular light show Ken Rotberg spotted unusual phenomenon as sun dropped behind a storm cloud in the early evening Rare sight also known as a 'circumhorizon arc'

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BERNIE SANDERS : Trump Punish Women latest world news headlines - http://bestnewsarchive.ca/bernie-sanders-trump-punish-women-latest-world-news-headlines/

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Jesse Owens was the most successful athlete in the 1936 Olympics. At a time when the Nazi authorities in Berlin were propagating Aryan supremacy, Jesse Owens’ superb performance was looked upon as a fitting answer to Adolf Hitler. This image, put into context, speaks volumes of Owens’ timely victories

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Do you ever feel overwhelmed by all of the negative news in the world? You’re not alone! In fact, scientists say that negative news can actually impact your emotional and mental health. So, I have a question… why not turn it off? Join us as we discuss the benefits of avoiding negative news headlines, the latest U.S. election shock, a 5.0 earthquake in Oklahoma, the unemployment rate dropping to 4.9% in the U.S., demonstrations in Hong Kong, some fun things to do in retirement and a question…