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  1. Colorado Court Tells County To Stop Issuing Gay Marriage Permits

    (Reuters) - Colorado's top court ordered the Boulder County Clerk on Tuesday to stop giving out marriage licenses to gay couples while it considers an appeal by the state's attorney-general who says a ban on same-sex nuptials remains in force.

    The clerk, Hillary Hall, has issued 202 of the permits since late last month when a federal appeals court ruled in favor of gay marriage in conservative, neighboring Utah.

  2. Khloe Kardashian Pregnancy Rumors: Star Hides Stomach During Recent Appearances

    Khloe Kardashian is sparking pregnancy rumors after hiding her stomach in recent Instagram posts. For the past several months, her blossoming relationship with rapper French Montana has made headlines, and now they may be ready for a child. 

    Last week, the 28-year-old posted a photo of herself on the social media account, and her hand was visibly covering her stomach.

  3. Samsung Metal Phone ‘Galaxy Alpha’ May Sacrifice Display Quality

    Samsung Electronics Co. (KRX:005930) is expected to introduce metal into its smartphone lineup with the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, but the device may sacrifice some quality features to accommodate its aluminum casing.

  4. Exercising 6 Seconds At A Time Yields Benefits: Report

    Got six seconds? Then you might have time to work out!

    Good news for those who struggle to lace up their sneaks and hit the gym: Working out six seconds at a time is beneficial, at least for retirees, researchers at Abertay University in Scotland found. The Daily Mail wrote one-minute bursts of exercise can boost health for over-60s in weeks.

  5. Whole Foods Q3 Earnings Preview: Company's Future Unpredictable As Grocery Industry Changes

    On the eve of the release of Whole Foods’ third-quarter earnings report, the company sits at a crucial point in its history as the Austin, Texas-based chain takes steps to respond to a swirl of changes in the grocery industry.

  6. ‘Black Jesus’ Show Is 'Double Edged Sword' For African American Community

    For millions of Christian Americans, Jesus Christ is the central figure of their faith: A pious, merciful, self-sacrificing and, in most representations, white man. But in Aaron McGruder’s latest television series, “Black Jesus,” Christ is depicted as a black man living in Compton, California, who drinks, swears and, in one scene, gets shot by agnostic gangbangers.

  7. Tea Party Polls 2014: Michigan, Kansas, Tennessee Candidates In Primary Races

    With primaries coming up next week, a fresh group of Tea Party candidates hopes to repeat David Brat’s stunning upset of Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia earlier this year.

    Neither the polls nor the pundits predicted Brat's GOP primary win. But here, for what it's worth, is where things seem to stand on upcoming Tea Party challenges in Kansas, Tennessee and Michigan. 

    Kansas, Aug. 5: Tea Party challenger Milton Wolf

  8. Beyoncé, Jay Z Divorce Rumors: Singer Goes House Hunting Without Husband Amid Cheating Allegations

    Divorce rumors heated up after Beyoncé allegedly went house-hunting last month without husband Jay Z. Since May, it has been reported that she and her rapper hubby would be splitting up soon, with allegations that Jay Z has been cheating on the 32-year-old with a number of beauties, including protégés Rihanna and Rita Ora.

  9. Richard Dawkins' Rape, Pedophilia Twitter Storm: Biologist Responds With 'Logic'

    It’s time for Richard Dawkins to step away from Twitter. The noted evolutionary biologist ignited a storm on the 140-character social media site after he said “mild date rape” isn’t as bad as being raped violently by a stranger. But he didn’t stop there. He then tried to prove his logic and said “mild pedophilia” isn’t as bad as “violent pedophilia.”

  10. In Gaza City, Waiting For Another Night Of War With Nowhere To Go

    GAZA CITY -- Two doctors hovered over Farah at Al-Shifa Hospital, readjusting plastic chest tubes so the canister hanging below her bed can continue to fill. She was bleeding internally.

    Farah, 10, was hit in a missile attack near the Al-Shati camp in northern Gaza Monday while she was buying peanuts and soda for the Eid holiday, celebrating the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

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