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Wealthy tech exec, 30, describes his costly addiction to massage-parlor sex: 'I love the ego-stroking'

Wealthy tech exec, 30, describes his costly addiction to massage-parlor sex: 'I love the ego-stroking'

Michael is the founder of a tech startup valued at $10 million. Living alone in a two-bedroom apartment in New York City, the 30-year-old is the picture of success. But over the past six years, he has
UN says heavy rains, floods kill 20 in southern Afghanistan

UN says heavy rains, floods kill 20 in southern Afghanistan

A U.N. humanitarian agency says at least 20 people died as heavy rains and flooding over the past few days swept away their homes and cars in Afghanistan's southern Kandahar province.
'SNL' cold open spoofs Cohen hearing, with Ben Stiller as Cohen, Bill Hader as Jim Jordan

'SNL' cold open spoofs Cohen hearing, with Ben Stiller as Cohen, Bill Hader as Jim Jordan

“Saturday Night Live” alum Bill Hader and actor Ben Stiller made cameo appearances on the cold open of this week's show, with Hader playing Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and Stiller reprising his role as
Ocasio-Cortez responds after report accuses her of 'Green New Deal' hypocrisy: 'I also fly & use A/C'

Ocasio-Cortez responds after report accuses her of 'Green New Deal' hypocrisy: 'I also fly & use A/C'

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez responded Saturday night after a published report excoriated the freshman congresswoman for pushing her Green New Deal initiative while still traveling on airplanes
Korean War veteran, 86, hoping to recover Purple Heart before losing his vision

Korean War veteran, 86, hoping to recover Purple Heart before losing his vision

A Korean War veteran living in Arizona hopes to recover his lost or stolen Purple Heart medal, which he received more than 60 years ago -- and because he is going blind he hopes to reunite with it
Bills before Congress are too long and complicated – Time to shorten and simplify legislation

Bills before Congress are too long and complicated – Time to shorten and simplify legislation

Bill before Congress need to be shorter and simpler -- even most lawmakers can't understand them.

In interview, Roseanne Barr calls #MeToo founders ‘hos,’ says Kamala Harris 'slept her way to the bottom'

In a new off-the-rails interview, Roseanne Barr calls originators of the #MeToo movement “hos” and attacks Sen. Kamala Harris, Christine Blasey Ford and many other women.
Vehicle strikes pedestrians in New Orleans; 2 dead, suspect arrested, police say

Vehicle strikes pedestrians in New Orleans; 2 dead, suspect arrested, police say

Two people were pronounced dead at the scene Saturday night in New Orleans after a group of pedestrians was struck along the city’s historic Esplanade Avenue, just days before Mardi Gras.
Father of Argentine President Mauricio Macri dies at 88

Father of Argentine President Mauricio Macri dies at 88

Franco Macri, the father of Argentina's president who migrated to the South American country from Italy as a teenager and went on to become one of its most prominent businessmen, has died, the
Trump order protecting campus free speech is right response to Berkeley assault

Trump order protecting campus free speech is right response to Berkeley assault

President Trump acted boldly in defense of our First Amendment rights when he announced Saturday that he will sign an executive order requiring colleges and universities to protect free speech on

Sanctuary cities getting law enforcement grants despite threat to hold back federal funding

About 18 months after the Trump administration threatened to withhold law enforcement grants from nearly 30 places around the country it felt weren't doing enough to work with federal immigration
SKorea, US end springtime military drills to back diplomacy

SKorea, US end springtime military drills to back diplomacy

South Korea and the U.S. are ending their massive springtime military drills as part of efforts to support diplomacy aimed at resolving the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Venezuela's Guaido visits Ecuador to build pressure on rival

Venezuela's Guaido visits Ecuador to build pressure on rival

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido is in Ecuador as part of a continent-wide campaign to intensify pressure on President Nicolas Maduro to give up power.
Snowbound Oregon man ate taco sauce packets, survived 5 days

Snowbound Oregon man ate taco sauce packets, survived 5 days

A man whose car was stranded in central Oregon snow for five days survived by eating taco sauce packets and starting the engine periodically to warm up.
NFL's Todd Gurley learns he has arthritic knee

NFL's Todd Gurley learns he has arthritic knee

Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley reportedly has been diagnosed with arthritis in his left knee, per Jeff Howe of the Athletic.
Anti-Muslim signs at W. Va. Capitol roil state, draw outrage

Anti-Muslim signs at W. Va. Capitol roil state, draw outrage

West Virginia's Republican party is condemning the appearance of anti-Muslim flyers and posters that were displayed outside the House chamber during a "WV GOP Day" at the legislature.
Will Chinese firm use steel company deal to steal secrets, endangering US national security?

Will Chinese firm use steel company deal to steal secrets, endangering US national security?

Conservatives are demanding review of a deal between U.S. and Chinese steel companies, fearing Chinese theft of intellectual property that would hurt U.S. national security.