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Man Boards Wrong Flight, Travels 1,400 Miles to…

Canadian man's short 3-hour flight turned out to take longer than expected.

Some Oat-Based Breakfast Favorites May Contain…

A recent study found some oat-based foods contain high levels of herbicides.

Italy lowers confirmed death toll to 38 in Genoa…

Italian authorities have lowered the death to 38 from 39 in the collapse of a highway bridge in Genoa

How Women Impacted The Bangladeshi Student…

The movement for road safety created a space for women's empowerment.

This Dessert Is Called Oreogasm for a Reason

Step aside, birthday cake. There's a new Queen in town.

18 Spaghetti Squash Recipes That Taste Better…

Hey zoodles, meet your new competition. When cooked (roasted, microwaved, or steamed!) and scraped with a fork, this veggie transforms into stringy, spaghetti-like noodles - almost like magic. And that's just one reason this pasta alternative is a fan-favorite.

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The Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue Flagship Will Undergo a Massive Renovation

The store accounts for 10 percent of the jeweler's global sales.

How Kelly Ripa fell for Mark Consuelos before they met

"So when I saw him, the photograph of him, I saw my entire future with him flash before [me.] Like I saw it. And I don't believe in any of that and now I do because of that moment," she explained.

Emerging Market Stocks, Copper Enter Bear Market…

Aug.16 -- Bloomberg's Srinivasan Sivabalan, discusses commodities and emerging markets. He speaks with Manus Crann on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East."

Jesse Jackson, Trump Remember Aretha Franklin

Civil rights activist Jesse Jackson said, "Earth has lost a lot of music today," following the death of Aretha Franklin. President Donald Trump also took to Twitter to honor Franklin. (Aug. 16)

The Latest: Brennan says Trump is trying to…

Trump revokes Brenan's clearance, links his decision to Russia probe of election meddling and potential collusion

US Trade Talks With China Will Continue In Late…

China's Commerce Ministry said it was invited by the U.S. to discuss trade and economic issues.

Holla! Starbucks Is Giving Away Free Cold Brew And Other Iced Drinks Today!!

Brb, running to my home away from home.

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A Renowned Survival Expert Has Some Advice for…

Laurence Gonzales wrote the books on survival - and he's never been more scared in his life.

Lindsay Lohan’s stepmother won’t be charged for domestic battery

Court records show prosecutors decided not to file charges because of insufficient evidence and an uncooperative victim.

Renminbi Change to Have Deep Ramifications for EM…

Aug.16 -- Dominic Konstam, global head of rates research at Deutsche Bank Securities, discusses what potential changes to the renminbi can mean to emerging markets. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Feel Sick? Study Says Stop Fighting With Your…

It turns out that fighting with your spouse isn't just bad for your marriage, it can be bad for your health. Keri Lumm reports.

Snedeker shoots 59 at Wyndham Championship

Brandt Snedeker shoots 59 at Wyndham Championship, becoming 10th on PGA Tour to break 60

Why John Brennan Had (And Lost) His Security…

President Trump revoked former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance. Why did Brennan and other ex-intel officials still have clearance?

iRobot’s Roomba Robotic Vacuum Is More Than $75 Off on Amazon Today

Say goodbye to your most hated chore.

Why Aretha Franklin Meant So Much to Barack Obama

The Queen of Soul's performance of "Natural Woman" once moved him to tears.

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TJ Miller denies ‘Silicon Valley’ bullying allegations

Last month Wetterlund lashed out at Miller and the cast and crew of the HBO comedy, calling the set "toxic and weird."

Commodities Stage a Comeback as Trade Talks Loom

Aug.16 -- In "Futures In Focus", Bob Iaccino, founder at Path Trading Partners, discusses a rebound in commodities as he says the oil crude rally is over. He speaks with Bloomberg's Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Markets."

Jean-Michel Blais: 'music is therapy in my life'

Pianist Jean-Michel Blais was diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome aged 21. The French-Canadian musician discusses how music helped him to manage the physical symptoms of the condition. (Aug. 16)