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Reddit is in turmoil after the Ask Me Anything administrator was reportedly fired


Reddit users shut down hundreds of the site's sub-sections Friday following the alleged removal of Victoria Taylor, the online discussion board's director of talent and supervisor of the popular Ask Me Anything function connecting Redditors with famous people, Mashable reports.

10 things you need to know today: July 4, 2015

Iran, world powers reportedly reach agreement on sanctions relief


Iran has reached a tentative agreement with the U.S. and five other world powers, anonymous diplomats told The Associated Press on Saturday.

U.S. officials ramp up security in light of July Fourth terror threats


Governors and law enforcement officials are increasing security Saturday in light of State Department warnings of a heightened risk for a July Fourth terrorist attack, CNN reports.

Employee benefits in America's gig economy


Here's everything you need to know, from all perspectives, in four paragraphs: Are Uber drivers independent contractors or Uber employees?

Only in America: Man complains about NBC changing logo to 'colors of gays,' doesn't realize it hadn't changed


A Little Rock, Arkansas, man lodged a complaint with the local NBC affiliate over its peacock logo, charging it included "colors of gays" to show support for the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling.

Only in America: Man complains about NBC changing logo to 'colors of gays', doesn't realize it hadn't changed 


A Little Rock, Ark., man lodged a complaint with the local NBC affiliate over its peacock logo, charging it included "colors of gays" to show support for the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling.

The week's best photojournalism


A woman dances at a gay pride parade in San Francisco. | (REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage) Children play at an algae-covered beach in Haiyang, China.

Your stagnant wage, in 1 eye-popping chart


As America continues its slow, miserable climb out of the 2008 recession, wage stagnation is becoming a bigger concern.

Your stagnant wage, in 1 eye-popping chart


As America continues its slow, miserable dig out the 2008 recession, wage stagnation is becoming a larger concern.

Solar-powered plane makes historic flight


The Solar Impulse made history on Friday when it landed without incident in Hawaii. Flying about 5,000 miles from Japan and spending 118 hours in the air, the Impulse set records in distance and time for manned, solar-powered flights.

Solar-powered plane makes historic flight


The Solar Impulse made history on Friday when it landed without incident in Hawaii. Flying 5,000 miles from Japan and spending 118 hours in the air, the Impulse set records in distance and time for manned, solar-powered flights.

Greek prime minister calls bailout deal 'blackmail,' urges 'no' vote


In a short televised address Friday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked Greece to vote "no" on Sunday's bailout referendum.

Greek Prime Minister calls bailout deal 'blackmail,' urges 'no' vote


In a short televised address Friday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked Greece to vote "no" on Sunday's bailout referendum.

Only in America: Orthodox Jews hire Hispanic men to protest the Gay Pride parade


A Jewish political action committee hired several Mexican day laborers to dress as Orthodox Jews and protest at the Gay Pride parade in New York City.

Head of Vietnam's Communist Party to visit Obama at White House


Nguyen Phu Trong will become the first leader of Vietnam's Communist Party to ever visit the United States when he meets with President Obama at the White House next week.

Head of Vietnam's Communist Party to visit Obama at White House


Nguyen Phu Trong will become the first leader of Vietnam's Communist Party to ever visit the United States when he meets with President Obama at the White House next week.

The Confederate flag on The Dukes of Hazzard car will be painted over


You can't erase history, but maybe you can paint it over? Golf champ Bubba Watson announced on Thursday that he'll swap the Confederate flag atop his General Lee, the iconic car from the TV show Dukes of Hazzard, for an American one.

The Confederate flag on The Dukes of Hazzard car will be painted over

You can't erase history, but maybe you can paint it over? Golf champ Bubba Watson announced on Thursday that he'll swap the Confederate flag atop his General Lee, the iconic car from the TV show Dukes of Hazzard, for an American one.

A movie gem to stream this weekend: The Running Man


Watch a trailer for The Running Man: Stream The Running Man on Netflix. Listen to more of The Week's streaming recommendations:


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