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21 signs you're a narcissist

You're more likely to find a narcissist in the C-suite than on the street, research suggests.

Today in History for June 23rd

Highlights of this day in history: A key moment in the Watergate scandal; Adolf Hitler visits Paris after France falls to Nazi Germany; The typewriter gets a patent; Polio vaccine pioneer Dr. Jonas Salk and TV producer Aaron Spelling die. (June 23)

Chaos on the border inflames GOP's split with…

The tumult of the past week along the southern border crystalizes how the GOP has shifted from the "compassionate" conservatism of former President George W. Bush.

Panicked crowds after Ethiopia blast

The BBC's team at the rally capture the confused aftermath of the explosion.

Millennials Latest Bizarre Dating Term Is…

Millennials new dating trend will have them channeling your inner Leonardo DiCaprio.

These Young Immigrant Women Have Something to Say…

Starting with: They aren't buying the ignorance-but-make-it-fashion excuse.

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Meghan Markle and Ciara Had a Twinning Moment at…

They chose nearly identical black-and-white looks.

Is ‘Yellow Submarine’ An Animated Psychedelic Masterpiece Or Hoary Cartoon Cash-In?

The animated classic from The Beatles remains divisive 50 years later.

The Bright Future for Batteries

Jun.22 -- The Bright Future for Batteries John Zahurancik, Fluence chief operating officer, Micheal Austin, BYD vice president of the Americas, and Bloomberg New Energy Finance's Logan Goldie-Scot weigh in on the bright future for batteries. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

DHS, HHS Trying To Reunite Parents And Kids…

Earlier this week, DHS officials said at least 2,300 kids were separated from their family members under the "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.

The Latest: Japan not fearful of physical, speedy…

After upsetting Columbia, Japan coach Akira Nishino says his team has no fear against physical Senegal squad ahead of their World Cup matchup

Crude oil pours from derailed train in US

Around 30 train cars came off the tracks, which are thought to have been weakened by recent flooding.

All the Best TV Shows and Movies to Watch This Week

Oh, and some must-see movies too!

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Insanely Easy Weeknight Dinners To Try This Week

Every week, we're delivering five easy-to-make, insanely delicious dinners, so you can put that takeout habit on hold.

Randall Emmett asked for permission to marry Lala Kent

There could be another “Vanderpump Rules” wedding in the works.

How to Invest as Easy Money Era Unwinds

Jun.22 -- The European Central Bank is expecting to plow at least 160 billion euros ($185 billion) of maturing debt back into bonds next year and could consider relaxing the rules on buying, according to euro-area officials familiar with the matter. Such prospects would reduce the risk of market volatility that could undermine the economy after the ECB completes net asset purchases at the end of the year. Jim Keenan, CIO and global co-head of credit at BlackRock, Oksana Aronov, alternative fixed-income strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Krishna Memani CIO and head of fixed income at OppenheimerFunds, join Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro to discuss the ECB, the Federal Reserve and the European credit markets.

UN: Venezuelan Security Forces Killed Hundreds

The report claims the killings are often covered up by the officers.

The Latest: Malta tells aid boat with migrants to…

Malta's premier is telling a German aid group to reroute its rescue ship away from the Mediterranean island to avoid further escalation of another European standoff over helping migrants

Trump Extends National Emergency Order Declaring…

President Donald Trump extended the national emergency order for one year.

None of This Damage Is Collateral

This president*'s performative cruelty comes in many flavors. All are intentional.

Watch Dior Homme's Spring/Summer 2019 Fashion Show Live

You don't even need to leave your bed.

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Anthony Bourdain’s mom to get ‘Tony’ tattoo

And she'll be using his tattoo artist.

The Positive and Negative Views on…

Jun.22 -- Turkey goes to the polls June 24, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan -- who’s pressed for lower interest rates -- battling for reelection. Mexico and Indonesia also contest in the next two weeks. Political risk poses another headwind to developing-nation stocks that are heading for their worst quarter since mid-2015. Jim Keenan, CIO and global co-head of credit at BlackRock, Oksana Aronov, alternative fixed-income strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Krishna Memani CIO and head of fixed income at OppenheimerFunds, join Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro to discuss emerging markets.

Food, Family Inspired Pixar's First…

Pixar's first female short film director, Domee Shi, creates a touching portrait of an immigrant mother.