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Women Perform Better When It’s Hot, Men Not So…

There is finally some scientific evidence as to why women might prefer a warmer area. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.

'John Wick 3' Exceeds Box Office Expectations And…

The original 'John Wick' shot its way into theaters back in 2014 with a solid $14 million debut and the franchise has been on the rise ever since.

AP: Pentagon To Propose Sending Up To 10,000…

Pentagon officials are reportedly scheduled to present plans to the White House on Thursday "to send up to 10,000 more troops to the Middle East."

Kylie Jenner Throws INSANE Party For Kylie Skin…

Kylie Jenner;s Kylie Skin launch party looked insane and we wish we were there! Khloe Kardashian unveiled an all pink look and it seems to have gotten Lamar Odom’s attention! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

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Russia's Air Force Has Been Busy Off The US Coast

US fighter jets are staying busy this week, thanks to a slew of Russian aircraft off the coast of Alaska.

'Diego Maradona' is the newest documentary by…

Summer Transfer Window: Which European Stars…

With the summer transfer window open for European soccer teams, some of the world's biggest stars will be looking to switch clubs. SI's Luis Miguel Echegaray breaks down where Matthijs de Ligt, Paul Pogba and Gareth Bale could wind up playing next se

3 deaths in Missouri as tornado strikes state…

A tornado has caused heavy damage in Missouri's capital city as severe weather swept across the state overnight, causing three deaths and trapping dozens of people in the wreckage of their homes

Germany's Bosch fined $100 million over diesel scandal

German prosecutors have fined auto components and technology company Robert Bosch GmbH 90 million euros ($100 million) over its role in the diesel emissions scandal that erupted at Volkswagen in 2015

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EU high court rejects compensation bid on Greek bond losses

An EU high court has rejected a bid for compensation from the European Central Bank by some private owners of Greek bonds clobbered at the height of the country's debt crisis seven years ago

Feds Accused of Covering Up Death of Migrant Girl…

House lawmakers grilled acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan Wednesday about the deaths of five migrant children in US custody in recent months—but it later emerged that the real number was six. In a previously unreported case, a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador with a history of heart defects...

The Latest: Tornadoes move through southwest…

Tornadoes have touched down near Joplin, Missouri, on the eighth anniversary of a massive tornado that killed 161 people there

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Dad-Joke On Twitter Gets…

Did you know the first French fries weren't actually cooked in France? They were cooked in Greece. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

Can You Get Sued For Posting Spoilers Online?

Investigating your favorite piece of media for spoilers can be fun — but it could also lead to legal trouble.

Classifying 'Middle Class' Is Messy Business

Pew says 52% of Americans are in the middle class down from 61% in 1971.

Demi Lovato WARNS Bachelorette Hanna B To Not…

Halsey and BTS keep throwing shade at each other…the collaborators are in a VERY serious social media war…theres definitely beef there. And Demi Lovato warns the Bachelorettes Hannah B to not trust one of the men vying for a rose…Celebs are getting sassy online, let’s break it down.

Marcus Hayes: Chris Long's legacy with Eagles was…

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Should NBA Change Start Times of West Coast Games?

The NBA's TV ratings are down and commissioner Adam Silver said on the "Today Show" that LeBron James' move to the Western Conference is one reason why. Should the league consider moving up the start time of West Coast games so that more people can w

UN health agency issues 1st strategy to address snake bites

The World Health Organization is publishing its first-ever global strategy to tackle the problem of snake bites, aiming to halve the number of people killed and disabled by snakes by 2030

Animal rights activists score win at Barcelona zoo

Animal rights activists in Barcelona are celebrating a victory after the Spanish city ordered its municipal zoo to restrict the breeding of zoo animals unless they are destined to be reintroduced into the wild