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At the London inferno: ‘Someone is jumping!’

LONDON — Sajad Jamalvatan was at the movies Tuesday night when he got a call from his panicked mother. Come home quickly, she begged, adding, “The building is on fire!” A few minutes later, the 22-year-old biomedical engineering student rounded the corner to see Grenfell Tower transforming i
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U.S.-led airstrikes on Syria’s Raqqa cause ‘staggering’ civilian deaths, U.N. says  

BEIRUT — Airstrikes by a U.S.-led coalition have caused a “staggering” loss of civilian life in recent months around the Islamic State’s Syrian stronghold of Raqqa, a United Nations investigative body said Wednesday.A U.S.-backed ground force entered the city with the help of coalition a
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An inferno seemingly from another time or place kills 12 in London

LONDON — Through the night and deep into the day, the crackling fire raged, sweeping through apartments and destroying lives like an out-of-control inferno from an earlier century, or perhaps from a less affluent part of the world in this one.But this was London. This was 2017. And Wednesday’s
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Celine Dion Steps Out in Wild Fashion in Paris – See Her Fabulous Looks!

Celine Dion has been taking the fashion world by storm! The 49-year-old singer fabulously stepped out in Paris, France, on Tuesday night to attend the Renaissance ballet
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Why are millennials dropping alcohol for marijuana?

California twentysomethings are making the switch from alcohol to marijuana and as legalization spreads across the country, millennials across the nation will follow the trend. A study released earlier this year, produced by OutCo, a Southern California-based, cannabis company in partnership wi
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Kim Kardashian Continues Chic Streak in NYC, Rocks Sexy Corset and Silk Pants — See the Pic!

Kim Kardashian West is keeping up her killer style! Just one day after she rocked a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier pinstripe suit to the Forbes Women's Summit in New York Ci
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Fever during pregnancy found to increase risk for autism: study

Here’s one more reason to get a flu shot when pregnant. Women who catch the flu or get a fever multiple times during pregnancy could raise the risk of their baby being born on the autism spectrum by at least 300%, according to a new Columbia University Study. The more fevers a woman su
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A guide to outdoor movie season: Find free screenings around the D.C. area

Of all the joys of summer, there’s one pastime that stands out among the rest: outdoor movie screenings. There's just something special about catching a flick underneath the stars, wrapped in a blanket or cuddled up with family and friends.This season's lineup includes something for everyone. A pe
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‘Cars 3’: What the early reviews are saying about the Pixar franchise’s comeback bid

LIGHTNING McQUEEN might be aging, but for Pixar’s “Cars” franchise, he can still be a comeback kid.So say many of the early reviews for “Cars 3,” opening Friday — 11 years after the first film starring the voices of Owen Wilson and Paul Newman hit the track, and six years after “Cars 2
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An unsettled Israeli-Palestinian relationship in ‘The Return’

It took Mosaic Theater Company no time to forge a social justice identity beyond the Jewish lens of Theater J, where Mosaic Artistic Director Ari Roth had worked for nearly two decades until his firing at the end of 2014. But the Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival, begun in 2000 under Roth
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