|Michael Sam released by St. Louis Rams|
|The St. Louis Rams have cut Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team.|
|Reid's name removed from center at Utah university from which he graduated|
|Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s name has been removed from a Southern Utah University facility, following pressure from a conservative group to make the change.|
|New York teen dies in Lamborghini test drive|
|A New York teen taking a test drive of a family friend's Lamborghini has died after crashing the high-powered sports car into a guardrail.|
|Mexico authorities stage midnight raid on migrants heading north on freight train 'The Beast'|
|The lumbering freight train known as "The Beast," a key part of the route for migrants heading north to the United States, rolled to an abrupt, unscheduled stop in the black of midnight.|
|Ada Lovelace lingerie ads featuring tech’s leading ladies cause a stir|
|The revealing promos aren’t sitting too well with some tech lovers, who say the ads perpetuate sexism in the tech field.|
|Online posts show ISIS eyeing Mexican border, says law enforcement bulletin|
|Social media chatter shows Islamic State militants are keenly aware of the porous U.S.-Mexico border, and are “expressing an increased interest” in crossing over to carry out a terrorist attack, according to a Texas law enforcement bulletin sent out this week.|
|Saudi king warns of ISIS terror threat to Europe, US|
|The king of Saudi Arabia has warned that extremists could attack Europe and the U.S. if there is not a strong international response to terrorism after the Islamic State group seized a wide territory across Iraq and Syria.|
|Fighting in Syria spawns separate civil war in global jihadist movement|
|Syria’s bloody civil war has spawned a separate rift with ramifications well beyond the region known as the Levant – a battle for the very soul of the global jihad movement.|
|Is there a microchip implant in your future?|
|Microchip implants like the ones pet owners use to track their dogs and cats could become commonplace in humans in the next decade.|
|Natalie Wood's sister claims to know actress' killer|
|Natalie Wood's sister claims to know who killed the actress.|
|EU moves closer to new sanctions against Russia over Ukraine crisis|
|The European Union announced Saturday that new economic sanctions are being drawn up in response to the apparent incursion of Russian troops into Ukraine, although some European leader were hesitant about straining relations with Russia and damaging their own economies over the conflict.|
|Louisiana Democrat Sen. Landrieu faces more questions about her residency|
|A Louisiana Republican challenging Democrat Mary Landrieu for her Senate seat is expanding his efforts to prove the three-term lawmaker doesn’t live in her home state, instead using her parents’ address to qualify for the November ballot.|
|3 Netflix secrets you need to know|
|While Netflix may seem simple on the surface, the reality is that it is one of the most complex services on the Internet – from the massive amount of HD videos it has for streaming to its formulas for deciding which ones to recommend to each subscriber.|
|Joan Rivers' condition 'remains serious,' daughter says|
|Joan Rivers' daughter released a statement Friday afternoon saying her mother's condition "remains serious."|
|Lost $13G wedding ring found on NY beach; returned|
|A Queens woman thought all hope was lost when her 1.3-carat engagement ring worth $13,600 went missing in the sands of Robert Moses State Park — and joked on Facebook that "some broke metal-detector dude" might pocket it.|
|Ferguson shooting spurs curriculum advocates to craft lesson on race|
|Even though the police shooting of an unarmed man in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson is only weeks old and a grand jury is still trying sort out what really happened, a Washington-based nonprofit is offering a classroom lesson plan that draws a link between the incident and the revolutionary rhetoric of the 1960s Black Panther Party.|
|Mysterious woman steals $20K from wealthy CEO|
|Woman drugged wealthy tourists drink, robbed hotel room|
|Mitch McConnell's campaign manager resigns|
|Sen. Mitch McConnell's campaign manager has resigned as a result of a scandal involving a presidential campaign he worked for in 2012.|
|Mozzarella best cheese for pizza, according to scientific study|
|Reaching for the cheddar? Stop right there.|
|Economical degree: College offers $10G bachelor's program|
|Experts estimate the average college graduate will leave school after four years carrying more than $30,000 in debt, a figure that prompted Southern New Hampshire University to offer a much different price point- a $10,000 Bachelor of Arts degree through the school's new College for America.|
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