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Scientists find new evidence of water in the moon

New satellite data has found numerous volcanic deposits across the moon, adding to the growing body of evidence that there's a surprising amount of water beneath its barren-looking surface.
The ancient deposits are believed to consist of glass beads of water formed during explosive eruptions of magma.
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$1 soda sales promo helps boost McDonald's sales in U.S.

McDonald's says a promotion for $1 sodas and a new line of premium burgers helped boost sales in its flagship U.S. market.
The company said Tuesday that domestic sales rose 3.9 per cent at established locations during the second quarter.
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21 sent to hospital after farm workers’ bus and truck collide

SUFFIELD, Conn. — A bus carrying tobacco farm workers has collided head-in with a pickup truck in Connecticut, sending 21 people to the hospital for evaluations.
Suffield Fire Chief Chuck Flynn says the crash occurred at about 5:45 a.m.
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Dress code controversy around Arcade Fire's live album launch

The Canadian indie band, who will release their fifth studio album "Everything Now" (via Columbia Records) on Friday, will play a Brooklyn concert the evening prior.
Music website Consequence of Sound reported that ticket holders for Friday's Arcade Fire show in New York were asked, via email, to maintain "hip and trendy" sartorial choices, and thus to avoid sporting "shorts, large logos, flip flops, tank tops, crop tops, baseball hats, solid white or red clothing.
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If you’re thinking, ‘I wouldn’t mind seeing Margot Robbie in a fat suit,’ you won’t have to picture it in your mind much longer.
The Suicide Squad actress is headed to Hogtown with her Tonya Harding biopic, I, Tonya, this September.
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BMW to manufacture electric Mini in Britain

German luxury car manufacturer BMW said Tuesday it will build a future all-electric version of its Mini in Britain, easing fears that it might move production away after Brexit.
Electric drivetrains will be built at two plants in Bavaria "before being integrated into the car at Plant Oxford, which is the main production location for the Mini 3 door model," the group said in a statement.
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U.S. Navy ship fires warning shots near Iranian ship

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A U.S. Navy patrol boat fired warning shots Tuesday near an Iranian vessel that came close to it during a tense encounter in the Persian Gulf, an American defense official said.
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Examining the 'Devil's Bargain' between Bannon and Trump

For anyone wondering how a businessman-turned reality TV star ascended to the presidency of the United States, one journalist with years of experience covering U.S. politics says the answer is simple: Steve Bannon.
In his new book, “Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency,” author Joshua Green argues that the former leader of the ultra-conservative Breitbart News website and Trump’s current Chief Strategist in the White House was key to securing the presidency for Trump.
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Charlie Gard's parents ask court to let them take him home to die

Charlie Gard's parents have decided to end their legal fight over the treatment of the terminally-ill child.
Attorney Grant Armstrong said the boy's parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, are withdrawing their appeal to court orders that say Charlie's treatment should end, according to the Associated Press.
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In 'Detroit,' Kathryn Bigelow revisits still-burning flames of 1967

NEW YORK -- Kathryn Bigelow hasn't forgotten the out-of-body experience she felt when she won the best director Academy Award for her 2009 "The Hurt Locker." At that moment, she became the first woman to win the award.
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The festival unveiled on Tuesday the first batch of films heading for Toronto cinemas this September, specifically in TIFF's galas and special presentations lineups.
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TORONTO -- A comedy-drama directed by George Clooney and a biographical thriller helmed by Angelina Jolie are headed to this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Organizers have announced Clooney's home-invasion comedy-drama "Suburbicon," written by the Coen brothers and starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore, is among the titles in the fest.
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