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Your weekly streaming recommendation: Only God Forgives

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Elizabeth Warren officially rejects the "Ready for Warren" 2016 activist group

The group "Ready for Warren" has been hoping to recruit Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., to be the great progressive candidate for president in 2016 — even with a name that imitates the far more organized "Ready for Hillary" committee.

Rick Perry is selling T-shirts with his mug shot on them

RickPAC, a political action committee that supports Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R), is selling T-shirts with his mug shot on them.

American hero goes out of his way to stop pay-it-forward campaign at local Starbucks

Peter Schorsch, a blogger, found out that a Starbucks in St. Petersburg, Florida, was conducting a pay-it-forward campaign, in which customers pay for the drink of the next person in line.

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The week's best photojournalism

Workers clean one of the four faces of the Great Clock, which contains the Big Ben bell, in London. | (Oli Scarff/Getty Images) A police helicopter flies over Ferguson, Missouri, during violent unrest sparked by the fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a white policeman.

Harry Reid apologizes for racist jokes: 'Sometimes I say the wrong thing'

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has apologized for the racist remarks he made on Thursday evening.

Researchers successfully hacked Gmail's smartphone app 92 percent of the time

Looks like Google's got some doodling to do. Researchers from the Universities of Michigan and California are presenting a study at a San Diego cybersecurity conference that shows Gmail's smartphone account is one of the easiest popular apps to hack.

24 was originally about a wedding

24 protagonist Jack Bauer squared off against dozens of nefarious terrorists, politicians, and other assorted evildoers over the course of the show's eight seasons.

What Keeping Up with the Kardashians can teach America about interracial marriage

Keeping Up with the Kardashians is generally viewed, at best, as a guilty pleasure. For those who don't treat the reality series as appointment viewing, the ninth season has recently seen the various members of the Kardashian clan contend with health problems, divorce, and marriage.

When democracy fails

A democracy cannot function without good losers. Human beings are not naturally inclined to surrender power to our ideological and cultural adversaries; a society must train and educate its citizens — civilize them, if you will — to tolerate political defeat, seek compromise, and work patiently to regain power by winning the next election.

Benedict Cumberbatch makes the ice bucket challenge actually seem like a good idea

The ice bucket challenge has raised a lot of money for ALS research — more than the ALS Association raised in all of 2012.

How to make orange soda at home

I am not a soda kind of girl. Growing up, I always chose sparkling water, but my brothers loved root beer, cola, ginger ale, and yes, orange soda, too.

China broadcasting endless loop of Foley execution on huge screen in Beijing

That's Beijing Magazine has published video of a giant screen in downtown Beijing that is broadcasting an endless loop of bad news that has recently unsettled Americans, including the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and an ISIS militant preparing to execute journalist James Foley.

Dominican Republic bans Miley Cyrus concert

Miley Cyrus' twerking isn't welcome in in the Dominican Republic. Cyrus was supposed to hold a concert there on Sept.

Democrats think President Obama was 'tone-deaf' to go golfing after Foley announcement

President Obama is getting a lot of heat for going golfing after holding a press conference earlier this week to address the execution of American journalist James Foley by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

A Danish amusement park has a 'farting dog' ride, and 25 other amusing facts

Did you know that one of the country's earliest roller coasters was originally Pennsylvania's Mauch Chunk Switchback Railway?

How collaborative innovation led to the experimental serum for Ebola

Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, the two American aid workers infected with the Ebola virus while volunteering in Liberia, were released from the hospital yesterday after they recovered from the illness.

Clinton allies worried about 'Obama's third term' attacks

Anonymous sources with close ties to Hillary Clinton are reportedly worried about the former secretary of State being tagged with the "Obama's third term" label, should she run for president in 2016.

Lena Dunham shares a brief, wacky teaser for Girls season 4

HBO's Girls won't be back for its fourth season until early 2015 — but creator and star Lena Dunham took to Instagram to share a brief, wacky behind-the-scenes look at the show that blurs the line between herself and the foibles of her small-screen counterpart: Looks like Hannah's life is going as smoothly as ever.