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Generation Z reveals what it's like to be a teen…

Generation Z is the most ethnically-diverse and largest generation in American history.

Summer Starts With Solstice

The summer solstice will bring the longest day of the year if you live north of the equator. It will mark the first official day of summer (June 20)

Suit dismissed over faulty gun check before…

A judge dismissed a lawsuit against the FBI for a faulty background check that allowed Dylann Roof to buy the gun he used to kill nine people in a racist attack at a South Carolina church

100+ Arrested in Ohio Immigration Raid

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released video of agents arresting more than 100 workers at a meatpacking plant in Salem, Ohio on Tuesday. The workers are accused of immigration violations. (June 20)

Men Enjoy Food More When It's Served by an…

Could the attractiveness of your waitress make you enjoy your food taste better?

5 Pimm's Cocktails to Elevate Your Next Summer…

Because the Pimm's Cup isn't the only way to use the British spirit.

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Princess Beatrice Pulled Off Two Glamorous Looks…

The stylish princess has been keeping busy.

Gwyneth Paltrow to marry Brad Falchuk at her Hamptons home

A source says the wedding will be “at the end of the summer, after Labor Day.”

Kentucky Bourbon Won't Be Hurt by Tariffs…

Jun.20 -- Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin discusses the impact of the Trump administration's trade policies on the state's economy with Bloomberg's Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."

Senators Rip Tariffs Imposed for National Security

Lawmakers from both parties criticized Trump administration tariffs on imported steel and aluminum products imposed in the name of national security Wednesday during a trade hearing featuring Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. (June 20)

Forest Service proposes changes to sage grouse protections

The U.S. Forest Service is proposing changes to sage grouse protections in six Western states by eliminating special designations for crucial habitat as well as keeping areas open for mining

Chris Hardwick And The Scrutiny Of The Nerd…

Actor and television host Chris Hardwick denies the allegations against him.

The Most Fabulous Hats from the Royal Ascot

These British socialites (and royals) showed personality in their headwear.

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It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Top Sheets For Good

Once considered essential to proper bed-making, top sheets are slowly becoming obsolete - and quite frankly, we couldn’t be happier.

Gigi Hadid had ‘privilege guilt’ when starting out as a model

"When I started there was this big guilt of privilege, obviously."

Migration May Be Europe's Top Issue, Says…

Jun.20 -- Lucrezia Reichlin, chairman and co-founder at Now-Casting Economics, discusses the main threats facing Italy, European migration, and the sustainability of the euro. She spoke from the ECB's annual forum in Sintra, Portugal on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Why Trump Admin. Blames Immigration 'Loopholes…

We take a look at two laws enacted years ago and explore why the government keeps saying these "loopholes" force their hand in separating families.

Opening statements in ex-New York Senate leader's…

Opening statements are set to begin on Wednesday in the retrial of ex-New York Senate leader Dean Skelos and his son on corruption charges

EU Announces Retaliatory Tariffs Against The US

Tariffs will be placed on items ranging from motorcycles to blue jeans to bourbon.

The Future of Education

An Intimate Breakfast with U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management

Anwar Hadid Has Officially Moved on from Kendall…

The fling is over, sorry!

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Rappers Soldier Kidd, Soldier Jojo deny any connection to XXXTentacion’s death

“We out here handling business. We out here gettin’ money, bro. We don’t got no time for none of this s--t goin’ on."

Trump Says 'We Want to Keep Families Together'

Jun.20 -- President Donald Trump says he'll sign an executive order to keep immigrant families together that cross the border illegally into the U.S. from Mexico.

Advocates Struggle to Track Separated Kids

Advocates say they are struggling to keep track of thousands of children who get lost in the federal system since the implementation of the Trump administration zero-tolerance policy. (June 20)