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DEBRIS OF MISSING MALAYSIAN PLANE POTENTIALLY FOUND "French officials are investigating plane wreckage that on Wednesday washed ashore on the island of Reunion, near Madagascar, for possible links to a Malaysian airplane that vanished without a trace in March 2014. American air safety investigators say the debris found on Reunion appears to be from the same type of plane as the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 aircraft." While some officials are saying it’s too early to determine the true origin of the debris, the location of the found wreckage would support investigators' theories about what happened to missing Malaysian Flight 370. [Kim Bellware, HuffPost]
DC IS SINKING INTO THE OCEAN Say goodbye to the nation's capital. [Kate Sheppard, HuffPost]
ROLLING STONES EDITOR RESIGNS IN WAKE OF UVA RAPE STORY SCANDAL Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, resigned the same day the magazine was sued for defamation by three of the fraternity brothers at the center of the story. [Michael Calderone, HuffPost]
OHIO COP INDICTED FOR MURDER AFTER TRAFFIC STOP "A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a motorist during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge, with a prosecutor saying the officer 'purposely killed him' and 'should never have been a police officer.'" Take a look at the latest graphic from The Washington Post regarding the number of people shot dead by the police this year, as well as The New York Times' compilation of videos that are "putting race and policing in sharp relief." [AP]
CLINTON FOUGHT FOR UBS. THEN ITS DONATIONS TO THE CLINTON FOUNDATION INCREASED. After Hillary Clinton fought for UBS as Secretary of State, donations by the firm to the Clinton Foundation increased by a multiplier of ten. [WSJ]
MILLENNIALS STAYING HOME According to Pew's latest data, millennials are increasingly reluctant to fly the nest. [NYT]
2016 OLYMPIANS IN RIO WILL BE SWIMMING IN CONTAMINATED WATERS "Athletes competing in next year's Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games." [AP]
COULD QUEEN B BE CONTEMPLATING A MUSICAL? Beyonce is rumored to be in talks to join NBC's live production of "The Wiz" as Glenda, the Good Witch. [Vanity Fair]
WHAT GOING VIRAL MEANS FOR CONTENT CREATORS The highs, the lows and the roller coaster that is "like doing cartwheels on the water spout of a giant whale." [Pacific Standard]
HACKERS CAN CHANGE THE TARGET OF SNIPER RIFLES Nothing is safe anymore, is it? [Wired]
THE BRISKET TAKEOVER Forget ribs, a new king is in town. [First We Feast]
THE FEMINIST DOCUMENTARY FROM 40 YEARS AGO THAT SHOULD BE BEHIND HILLARY'S CAMPAIGN "For only five nights in the fall of 1973, a documentary called 'Year of the Woman' played at the Fifth Avenue Cinema in Greenwich Village. Crowds lined up around the block. Arthur Schlesinger Jr., described it as 'the greatest combination of sex and politics ever seen in a film.' And then 'Year of the Woman' all but vanished for 42 years, robbing us of a movie that captures–in its raucous, weird, unmistakably ’70s style–one of the most pivotal moments in feminist history."[HuffPost]
THE DOT-COM BOOM, IN PHOTOS Excellent glasses and all. [Mashable]
VETERINARIANS IN CONGRESS INTRODUCE HORSE SAFETY BILL "Two veterinarians serving in Congress, one a conservative Republican and the other a Democrat, came together late Tuesday to introduce a bill aimed at ending an especially horrific type of horse abuse." [HuffPost]
ON THE BLOG
A MOM'S MORNING COMMUTE "Today was more painless than yesterday, I think. I should probably check my work email before I hop on the subway. My heart hurts. I wonder if he's stopped crying. OK, no new urgent email -- off I go. Did I remember to tell the sitter where the new diapers are?" [HuffPost]
BEFORE YOU GO
~ How to freeze yourself skinny.
~ "Law & Order: SVU" director arrested for distributing child pornography.
~ What you look like, in twenty different dressing rooms.
~ All the Marvel twists you should see coming.
~ Transgender, and not named Caitlyn Jenner.
~ When you run a university and moonlight as an Uber driver.
~ The notorious RBG reflects on a crazy Supreme Court term.
~ Researchers can identify you based on how you type.
~ Because it's Thursday, here's a baby elephant chasing birds.
~ This 76-year-old Crossfit enthusiast should inspire you to pack up the Cheetos, get off the couch and do something that requires more effort than changing your Netflix episode.
~ Josh Elliott could be heading back to "Good Morning America."
~ Another panda faked her pregnancy to get better food and treatment.
~ Get ready Pitches: Brittany Snow will be back for "Pitch Perfect 3."
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