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Hillary Who? Brexit Could Give U.K. Its 2nd Female Leader

British Home Secretary Theresa May could become the second female prime minister of the United Kingdom.

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Americans must really love their jobs. Or, as the report indicates, they've got some legitimate anxieties about taking time off.

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Death Toll Climbs in Istanbul Airport Attack

More than 40 people died and more than 200 were injured when assailants with guns and explosives hit the airport on Tuesday.