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  1. US Spends $7.5M Per Day On Military Operations Against Islamic State In Iraq, Pentagon Says

    U.S. military strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq cost an average of $7.5 million per day, a Pentagon spokesperson said Friday. In total, the government has spent about $500 million since military operations in Iraq began in mid-July.

  2. 'Frozen 2' In The Works? Producer Teases Sequel, Broadway Musical And 'Once Upon A Time'

    Looks like Broadway is about to get a whole lot colder! According to reports, everyone’s favorite Disney animated movie, “Frozen,” has been confirmed to make its musical debut sometime in the upcoming future.

    During an interview with TV Guide, “Frozen” producer Peter Del Vecho announced the exciting news while attempting to dodge a question about whether or not fans can anticipate a “Frozen 2.”

  3. Easy To Make Labor Day Drink Recipes And Bartending Tips From Cocktail Experts

    If you're looking to serve and enjoy an alcoholic beverage this Labor Day, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re a cocktail-making beginner or a veteran bartender, we have the perfect drink recipe for you. Here are four easy-to-make recipes perfect for any Labor Day party provided by Nicole Saj of Slim Lizzy’s Cocktails and Master Mixologist Bobby “G” Gleason of Beam Global Spirits & Wine.

    Blueberry Cosmo

  4. US Gas Prices Lowest Ahead Of Labor Day In Four Years

    Labor Day road-trippers can rejoice—this weekend’s gasoline prices will be the cheapest in four years. Gasoline prices in the U.S. fell on Monday to the lowest average price before Labor Day in four years, at $3.45 per gallon, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said.

    That’s a quarter a gallon less than the average price at the end of June.

  5. GoFundMe Users Turn Viral Videos Into Cash With Top-Down Crowdfunding

    In late December last year, when Curtis Shannon was pulled over by a police officer in St. Petersburg, Florida, less than a block from his home, he decided to record the encounter with his cellphone. The footage he captured shows a verbal altercation between Shannon and the officer, with the officer ordering Shannon to step out of his vehicle and Shannon refusing to do so. Shannon eventually agrees, and after the video stops rolling, he says he was subjected to a beating at the hands of the officer.

  6. Manchester United Transfer News: Vidal, Carvalho, Blind In? Kagawa, Chicharito, Cleverley Out Before Deadline?

    Louis van Gaal has suggested that Manchester United are in for a hectic last few days of the transfer window. The arrival of Ángel di María this week took United’s summer spending to around £135 million, yet Van Gaal revealed that, having now had time to assess his squad, several players could leave, and he wants more to arrive ahead of next Monday’s deadline.

  7. Will ISIS Attack The UK? Britain Raises Terror Threat Level To Severe; US 'Unaware' Of Specific Threat To America

    The United Kingdom raised its terror threat level from substantial to severe on Friday, meaning the country believes a terrorist attack is “highly likely.” Developments in Syria and Iraq led Britain’s Home Office to raise the threat level, although U.K. intelligence officials didn’t have evidence to suggest an attack is imminent. In response to the raising of the U.K. terror level, the U.S. said the F.BI.was unaware of any “specific, credible threat to the U.S. homeland from” the Islamic State, or the militant group formerly known as ISIS. 

  8. Was Jennifer Aniston Mad About 'Friends' Reunion? Jimmy Kimmel Responds To Rumors [VIDEO]

    Jennifer Aniston Was Jennifer Aniston mad about the Jimmy Kimmel "Friends" reunion?  Reuters

  9. Ukraine's Bid To Join NATO: Other Ex-USSR Nations Are Already In

    Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk told the Ukrainian parliament Friday that his government is seeking to join NATO, more than two decades after the country became independent as the USSR dissolved.

  10. Brazil's Economy Tumbles Into Recession For First Time In Five Years

    Brazil’s economy has slid into recession for the first time in more than five years, ahead of the October presidential election, as lower confidence erodes investment. Economic activity shrank by 0.6 percent from April to June compared to the previous three-month period, the Brazilian government’s statistics agency reported Friday.

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