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Beyoncé's music may get pulled from Tidal


Who run the world? Sony. Since and rapper Jay Z launched his premium music streaming service Tidal earlier this year, the company has been plagued by an onslaught of bad press.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter wins re-election


As expected, FIFA president Sepp Blatter cruised to re-election today, despite allegations that he presided over a culture of corruption that reached the top levels of soccer's global governing organization.

Only in America: U.S. Marine court-martialed for refusing to remove Bible verse from desk


A U.S. Marine is appealing a court-martial for refusing to remove a Bible verse from her desk.

Sorry about your lawn


Sorry, California: I'll give up my almonds only when you pry them from my cold, dead fingers. Environmental and policy scolds have been complaining that almonds are among the thirstiest crops in the drought-ravaged state's Central Valley, with each almond greedily sucking up a gallon of water before it's harvested and shipped to my breakfast table.

U.S. drops Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism

The U.S. formally removed Cuba from the list of states that sponsor terrorism Friday, according to a State Department news release.

Bill Clinton accepted $500,000 award that could have built 10 schools


In the summer of 2014, former President Bill Clinton accepted a lifetime achievement award from the Happy Hearts Fund, a charity that builds schools in regions affected by natural disasters.

Fox News includes Donald Trump in its poll but not Rand Paul


Yesterday, a Quinnipiac University released new presidential poll results which found that Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) currently holds sixth place in the Republican field — but (with Marco Rubio) performs best against Hillary Clinton in a general election match.

Oregon police dogs are about to be out of a job thanks to legalized pot

As many as 60 drug-sniffing dogs in Oregon are about to be out of a job thanks to legislation that has legalized recreational marijuana use starting July 1.

This Christian rap group is 'all in' for Ted Cruz

Mitt Romney had Meat Loaf's endorsement in 2012. And now, Ted Cruz has the support of Christian rap group We Are Watchmen for the 2016 GOP nomination.

United Airlines used to offer 'men-only' flights


Forget business class: If you were an upscale male traveler between 1953 and 1970, United Airlines wanted to offer you an entire "executive" plane.

Pocahontas singer: 'I have no idea what a blue corn moon is'

"Colors of the Wind," the Oscar-winning ballad from Disney's 1995 hit Pocahontas, is undeniably stirring — but if you actually listen to the lyrics, you might walk away a little puzzled.

Republican senator says The LEGO Movie is 'insidious' propaganda


First the Oscar snub, now this — The Lego Movie can't catch a break. (Well, save that it grossed nearly $500 million, but other than that.) Sen.

The best and worst things about Jeb Bush


As part of our ongoing series on the 2016 candidates, produced in partnership with Rubin Report, The Week's Marc Ambinder and Dave Rubin concisely analyze the former Florida governor's biggest strengths and weaknesses.

The best and worst thing about Jeb Bush


As part of our ongoing series on the 2016 candidates, produced in partnership with Rubin Report, The Week's Marc Ambinder and Dave Rubin concisely analyze the former Florida governor's biggest strengths and weaknesses.

Suge Knight is trying to get his murder case dismissed

Marion "Suge" Knight's lawyer filed a motion Friday to throw out the former rap music mogul's charges for murder, attempted murder, and hit-and-run, the Associated Press reports.

Here's everything Mad Men writers wished they could have covered in the series' final episodes


What ever happened to Sal, anyway? Apparently, even Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner wanted to revisit that plot point.

Thousands of fake businesses across Europe are giving the unemployed something to do

According to the New York Times, Europe is taking a rather unorthodox approach to the problem of long-term unemployment: networks of fake businesses.

Amid controversy, TLC might launch a 19 Kids and Counting spinoff


The Duggar family is known for its ever-expanding brood, and one more progeny might be on the way: a spinoff to its hit series, 19 Kids and Counting.

Bob Saget just signed on to the 'Full House' reboot


What's Full House without Danny Tanner as Bob Saget? Diehard fans looking forward to the spin-off won't have to find out.

Uber-like surge pricing could be coming to Disney's theme parks


In case long lines, crying kids, and exorbitantly priced sodas weren't enough to make you think twice about a vacation to one of Walt Disney's Parks and Resorts, the company may be considering surge-pricing, as well.


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