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1 dead, 1 hurt in Winston-Salem State University shooting

Authorities were searching for a suspected gunman, but police and university spokesman Aaron Singleton would provide no identifying details. The historically black school urged visitors to the campus to stay away, but said student services were operating normally and that classes will be held on …

Greatist Workout of the Day: Monday, October 26th

This series of GWODs was designed exclusively for Greatist by Bodeefit. For more information about the exercises in this workout, or to see video …

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How to Apply Success From One Area of Your Life to Another (That Needs It)

In New York, people say you're always searching for one of three things: a new love interest, a better job, or a better apartment. But that idea …

60-Second Yoga Fix: Warrior II

I love a good and sweaty power yoga class as much as the next yogi. The only problem? When you're quickly flowing in and out of poses and moving with …

For young female Salvadoran migrants, a unique set of horrors

<i>Editors' note: This article is a companion to the feature "Menaced by gangs, El Salvador's children are running for their lives"</i><p>Laura Campos watched in silent terror as her granddaughter got older. Cristina was a pretty child, with gold-flecked eyes and dimples. But around the time she turned 13, …

In Iran, a Women’s Soccer Revolution

In a country where women aren’t allowed to attend soccer games, the sport is taking off at the youth level—in part thanks to an Iranian-American<p>Tehran<p>Women, and women’s sports, still face stiff winds of resistance in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Hard-liners supported by the highest echelons of …

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High-protein breakfasts help teens manage weight

Eating breakfast may do more than give kids an academic edge in the classroom. A new study suggests that eating the morning meal – one that's high in protein – can help overweight teens lose body fat, reduce hunger and eat fewer calories during the day.<p>We've known for years that people who are …

5 Reasons Stocks Are Tumbling Worldwide On 'Black Monday'

Or actually, four reasons and a shruggy face.<p>NEW YORK -- Wall Street woke up to, if not a Black Monday, at least a Blackish Monday.<p>Markets around the world tumbled toward historic losses amid a toxic cocktail of financial volatility. As the global sell-off hacksawed European and Asian markets, U.S. …

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Terrence Howard gets what he wants: Judge overturns spousal-support pact

Terrence Howard came out on top Monday — but not unscathed — when a Los Angeles judge tossed out the actor's 2012 divorce agreement with second wife Michelle Ghent.<p>In doing so, however, Superior Court Judge Thomas Trent Lewis reviewed facts that came to light in the case, according to Associated …

ISIS Leader's Rape of American Woman Sparks Little Outrage

If a government is looking to go to war, a reason will always be found — if not fabricated outright. Teddy Roosevelt ginned up a separatist movement …

Wild Day for Global Stock Markets: Pictures

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The Beaverton: How much further can comedic satire go in Canada?

On May 14, 2013, the day after Canadian astronaut-singer Chris Hadfield returned to Earth, a brief article was uploaded by The Beaverton, a Canadian fake-news site styled after The Onion in the United States: “Hadfield comes home to $1.37-million Rogers phone bill.” In a good month, The Beaverton …

Why workplace volunteering is a win-win

<i>This column is part of Globe Careers' Leadership Lab series, where executives and experts share their views and advice about leadership and management. Follow us at</i> @Globe_Careers<i>. Find all Leadership Lab stories at</i> tgam.ca/leadershiplab<p>Standing at the Daily Bread Food Bank in Toronto with a number …

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Artists Transform Coffee Spills Into Masterpieces

Ever splashed yourself with coffee or sat a dripping cup down on a white tablecloth? Then you're well aware of the beverage's staining powers. But where some see a ruined shirt, others have found a canvas.<p>For artist Maria Aristidou, it all started with a latte. "I was working on another commission …

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Tom Brady, Patriots Open Camp: Pictures

The 10 Best Songs of July 2015

From new Wilco to 50 Cent's ballsy return, listen to what the month had to offer. Plus: Listen to all the best songs of the year on Esquire Spotify.

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Facebook uses Lollapalooza to test a new live-streaming feature

Facebook is constantly testing out new features and new approaches as it tries to stay ahead in the social media game, and it’s using the …

Lollapalooza 2015 day one: Paul McCartney is in a feisty mood

<i>Reports from Friday, day one at Lollapalooza in Grant Park, from Greg Kot (GK), Bob Gendron (BG) and Kevin Williams (KM):</i><p><b>12:07 p.m.:</b> The first of the 130 bands to play the eight stages in Grant Park this weekend arrive, and they most likely realize it's a crap shoot -- most will be forgotten in a …

A very hot and tame kickoff to Lollapalooza

While some music fans raced between stages and danced in the streets, Julia Parisot and Sandra Baule found the coolest place to be at Lollapalooza Friday afternoon was on a blanket under a tree figuring out which of the 130-plus bands they should see during the three-day fest.<p>"It's a marathon, not …

Let’s Celebrate Lollapalooza By Remembering The Band That Almost Killed It

Music festivals have been big business for many years. They’re also, in my opinion, awful. They’re overcrowded and hot and full of teenagers or drugs. The bathrooms are deplorable, they’re exceedingly expensive, and security is a mix of overly oppressive and distressingly lax. Oh, also the sound …