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Tom Cruise drops the first official photo for the ‘Top Gun’ sequel

Tom Cruise has posted the first photo from Top Gun 2, the sequel to the 1986 action film that cast him as hotshot pilot Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, which has officially begun production after years of rumors.

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ writer reveals secrets behind ‘The Last Ceremony’ episode

Episode 10 of the The Handmaid's Tale season 2 might be the darkest so far for the hit Hulu series, and writer Yahlin Chang explains what went into the heart-wrenching moments that made 'The Last Ceremony' so powerful.

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Many young people with autism can become safe drivers: study

Letting any teen behind the wheel of a car is nerve-wracking for parents, but if your teen has autism, you may wonder if driving is even possible.

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‘Creed II’ trailer sets up a historic fight with the son of Drago

The first trailer for Creed II has debuted, featuring Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed and Romanian boxer Florian Munteanu as the son of Ivan Drago, Dolph Lundgren's character from Rocky IV

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The future of Star Wars: All the known movies and TV series coming your way

It's a good time to be a Star Wars fan, because there's a lot to look forward to on the big screen and television over the next few years. Here are all the upcoming movies and TV shows we know about so far.

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Most of us don't know our credit card APR

Are you getting the best deal on your credit cards? If you regularly carry a balance, a new survey from CreditCards.com suggests there's almost a 50/50 chance you don't know how good your deal is

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Stigma adds to burden of type 1 diabetes

Michael Wright was just 16 when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and although his friends supported him, he always felt different.

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Harlots, Castle Rock and more are coming to Hulu in July

Summer is usually a time for everyone to blow off steam and get out of doors, but it also happens to be one of the best times to get a really great binge in while you escape the heat

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‘The Last of Us Part 2’ demo looked so good we weren’t sure it was real

That gorgeous E3 2018 demo from Sony's press conference is actually full of new systems that you'll need to fight your way through the post-apocalyptic world of 'The Last of Us Part 2.'

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Severe stress may send immune system into overdrive

Trauma or intense stress may up your odds of developing an autoimmune disease, a new study suggests.

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Emilia Clarke says goodbye to Game of Thrones

The Mother of Dragons is officially clocking out!

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Sony’s new PlayStation Hits line gives you acclaimed games for $20 each

Sony announced PlayStation Hits, a discount program that offers acclaimed games like Doom and The Last of Us Remastered for $20. The program kicks off later this month in the United States and Canada.

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First-time homebuyers setting records

Prospective first-time homebuyers are facing stiff challenges as they enter today's housing market – including finding an affordable home

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The Joker movie with Joaquin Phoenix has a new – and romantic — working title

Todd Phillips is developing a stand-alone Joker origin story, with acclaimed veteran Joaquin Phoenix set to portray the Clown Prince of Crime. The movie, reportedly set during the 1980s, now has a new working title.

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One blood test might be enough to diagnose diabetes

New research suggests that a single blood test could confirm type 2 diabetes, saving patients time and health care costs.

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Pediatricians say no to spanking

Most U.S. pediatricians say spanking is a bad way to discipline children.

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What’s going on? Dr. Dre is working on a Marvin Gaye movie, that’s what

One of hip-hop's biggest icons is making a movie about one of R&B's biggest legends. Dr. Dre is working on a film about Marvin Gaye -- a project that has been planned by many but never approved by the Gaye estate.

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Why check your credit report and credit score? Why wouldn't you?

Your credit report and credit score act as warning signs for your financial health. Ignore them at your own risk.

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Reduce weight, reduce the arthritic knee pain

Many aging Americans are both overweight and burdened by arthritis of the knees.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ sets a new opening weekend record at the box office

The biggest movie of all time for Marvel Studios had one of the most successful premieres of all time, with Avengers: Infinity War passing multiple box office milestones on its way to setting a new opening weekend record.

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Oprah is teaming up with Apple to create original programming

After Netflix lured Shonda Rhimes from ABC and Ryan Murphy from FX with blockbuster deals, Oprah Winfrey is following them into the streaming space

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The water's great. Just don't overlook safety.

More than a half million people are treated for swimming-related accidents in the United States in a given year.

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Death Cab for Cutie’s new single ‘Gold Rush’ takes on the rise of Amazon

The Seattle band has a new album on the way, and the first single Gold Rush ponders some of the downsides of luring a tech giant like Amazon to the city and the neighborhoods you've grown to love.

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5 ways to have your student loans forgiven

Does your student loan situation look hopeless? Don't give up hope yet.

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‘Fortnite’ has already been downloaded over 2 million times on Nintendo Switch

Epic Games' Fortnite was released for Nintendo Switch during E3 2018, and in just 24 hours the game managed to amass more than 2 million players. It has over 125 million players on all platforms.

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Strategies to avoid sunburn

If you could protect yourself from cancer, you'd do it, right?

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Ewan McGregor to star in ‘The Shining’ sequel, ‘Doctor Sleep’

Ewan McGregor will reportedly play Danny Torrance in an upcoming movie based on Doctor Sleep, the 2013 novel by Stephen King that served as a sequel to his celebrated 1977 horror tale, The Shining.

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Between Two Ferns is back and extremely disrespectful to Jerry Seinfeld

Why is Zach Galifianakis so rude to Jerry Seinfeld?

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Here's how you can be in Ellen Degeneres' Netflix stand-up special

Ellen Degeneres may be best known for her shenanigans on The Ellen Degeneres Show (and that epic Oscars selfie), but she got her start like every other comedian

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‘Aquaman’ movie: Everything we know about it so far

Jason Momoa will bring Aquaman back to the big screen for a solo feature in December 2018. Here's everything we know so far about the aquatic superhero's live-action adventure in the DC Extended Universe.

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Income share agreements

While the job market has improved for recent graduates, many are struggling with excessive debt

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Who will and who won't get the flu?

Doctors can't yet predict if someone exposed to the flu will become sick. But such predictions may be getting closer to reality, new research hints.

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The Neil Patrick Harris-Rachel Bloom feud, explained

The best and worst part of celebrities being on social media is that we all get to gawk and stare at their feuds in real time instead of waiting to read second-hand accounts of it in the gossip rags

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Diabetes linked to risk for Parkinson's disease

Men and women with type 2 diabetes may face a significantly higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life, new British research suggests.

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Here's your first look at Orange Is the New Black's new maximum security digs

"Orange Is the New Black" gets an updated credit sequence for Season 6

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Netflix viewers control the story with interactive ‘Minecraft: Story Mode’

Netflix and Telltale Games have partnered to bring an interactive version of Minecraft: Story Mode to the movie and television streaming service. Though not a full game, it will let viewers make their own choices.

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Mediterranean diet scores again for heart health

Eating a Mediterranean diet rich in healthy fats from olive oil and nuts provides better protection against heart attack and stroke than a low-fat diet, a new Spanish trial has shown.

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At long last, Outlander is headed to New York Comic Con

Starz just gave you a very good reason to attend this year's New York Comic Con.

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Home prices outpace pay increases

Affordable housing? What affordable housing?

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60 sickened so far in salmonella-tainted melon outbreak

Federal, state and local health officials are investigating a salmonella outbreak linked to fruit salad mixes that has sickened 60 people in five U.S. states.

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Jimmy O. Yang on replacing Erlich, becoming the Urkel of ‘Silicon Valley’

Yang reflected on how his role on the show went from a three-line part to a series regular, why he doesn’t mind being spied on, and how he maintained the authenticity of an Asian character on a predominantly white-casted show

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New DNA test may predict prostate cancer risk

A new genetic test can identify men most likely to develop prostate cancer, a new report contends.

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Best buys for Father's Day

Father's Day is coming up on June 17th. What can you get Dad to celebrate his special day without loading up the credit cards?

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‘Smash Bros Ultimate’ will feature every character from previous games

Today during Nintendo’s livestream, we caught a sneak peek of the upcoming Super Smash Bros Ultimate, though it wasn’t as much a "peek" as it was a full reveal of the 60-plus character roster.

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Are your meds making you depressed?

Drugs taken by more than one-third of U.S. adults have depression as a possible side effect, a new study reveals.

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Mister Negative makes villainous friends in the E3 ‘Spider-Man’ trailer

Sony revealed a new trailer for the PlayStation 4 exclusive "Spider-Man." The clip mixes pre-generated narrative with gameplay for a seamless, interactive story

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Girls, young women fall short on exercise: study

Many teens and young adults in the United States -- particularly women and girls -- are physically inactive, a new study reveals.

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Better Call Saul season 4 will bring some Jimmy-Kim drama

The days of "James McGill, Attorney at Law" being uttered with sweet British cadence are almost over.

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4 out of 5 young borrowers blame student loan debt for not owning a home

A student loan can be your best friend or your worst nightmare

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Work has begun on the third season of ‘Castlevania’

The voice of Trevor Belmont has confirmed that work has already begun on the third season of Castlevania. The second season is set to air later this summer, but fans can rest easy knowing more episodes are on the way.

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‘House of Cards’ season 6: Claire Underwood takes reins in new trailer, photos

Season 6 of the award-winning political drama House of Cards now has its first trailer and photos, and will introduce new characters played by Academy Award nominees Diane Lane and Greg Kinnear.

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Coffee may do your liver good

More good news for coffee lovers: Having three or more cups of "joe" each day may help ward off serious liver ailments, new research suggests.

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The first Game of Thrones spin-off will go into Westeros' deep past

HBO has ordered a pilot for the first of its five potential Game of Thrones spin-offs and will travel back in time deep into Westeros' complicated history.

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How to determine your health insurance's true costs

Having health insurance is essential, especially for catastrophic situations. But it's important to choose a plan carefully because your costs can go well beyond the monthly premium

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Sons of Anarchy actor Alan O'Neill dead at 47

Sons of Anarchy has lost a member of its crew. Actor Alan O'Neill, who played the Irish mobster Hugh, has died at the age of 47.

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Your unpaid student loan could cost you your tax refund

If you've lost a tax refund to an offset, you aren't alone

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E3: ‘Jedi Fallen Order’ will take gamers to the Star Wars universe in late 2019

During Electronic Arts' presentation at E3 2018, we got a big surprise from Respawn Entertainment's CEO Vince Zampella: There's a new Star Wars game coming and it takes us to a dark time in the Star Wars universe.

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Allergies more common in kids with Autism

Children with autism are more likely to also have a food, respiratory or skin allergy, new research suggests.

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Pediatricians back flu shot, not nasal spray vaccine

Parents should choose to have their children get the flu shot in the fall instead of the nasal spray flu vaccine, pediatricians say.

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Yes, 13 Reasons Why is returning for season 3 on Netflix

Despite an ill-received sophomore run, 13 Reasons Why has been renewed for a third season.

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Student loan interest rates rise

Are you planning to take out student loans soon? Be prepared to pay more for the privilege

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Never ignore depression

It's important to recognize signs of depression in yourself or a loved one, including a child, and to get help from a doctor

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Go vegan to jumpstart weight loss

Vegan diets are hard for many people to stick with long-term, but studies show that this way of eating can translate to weight loss.

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5 worst mistakes of online borrowing

Although countless Americans have been helped by the ability to borrow money without leaving home, others have hurt themselves by being ill prepared for the process.

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‘Tetris Effect’ updates a classic, will come to PS4 this fall with VR support

Enhance Games and Sony announced Tetris Effect during a special pre-E3 event. The game serves up Tetris in gorgeous environments like underwater and space, and it supports PlayStation VR.

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The Handmaid's Tale just united two major storylines

Luke, Moira and Offred finally connect!

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Human trials set for experimental HIV vaccine

An experimental HIV vaccine protected animals from dozens of strains of HIV. And a human trial of the vaccine is expected to begin in the second half of 2019, according to U.S. researchers.

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Orange Is the New Black is returning for Season 6 later than expected

New episodes of Orange Is the New Black are headed your way this summer

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Heart meds may be wrong for millions of Americans

Millions of Americans may be getting the wrong treatment to prevent a heart attack or stroke, a new study suggests.

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‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 will say goodbye to another main character

After rumors suggested that Andrew Lincoln would only appear in a half of the next season of The Walking Dead, it was confirmed that Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie, will also only appear in the first six episodes of season 9.

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Does ‘Empire’ reign? Is ‘Jedi’ supreme? Ranking all of the Star Wars movies

From Episode I to Solo, how do the Star Wars movies compare when we stack them all up against eaxh other? We let The Force be our guide and came up with our list of the best -- and worst -- films in the Star Wars universe.

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How much do you know about retirement?

It takes solid planning and fiscal discipline during your working years to enjoy a financially comfortable retirement. But how can you properly plan if you don't really understand how to manage your money?

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Non-drug migraine treatments often ignored

Many migraine sufferers skip recommended behavioral treatments, such as stress management and talk therapy, a new study finds.

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Could a blood test spot lung cancer early?

Genetic blood testing is showing potential as a means of catching some early stage cancers, researchers are reporting.

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Free credit freezes and more credit changes you need to know

Could President Trump's newest law be damaging to your credit?

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‘Destiny 2: Forsaken’ is coming this fall and it could focus on an old enemy

Bungie revealed the name of the latest expansion for Destiny 2. Destiny 2: Forsaken is coming later this year, and a full reveal of the expansion will take place during an event on June 5.

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Xbox One may soon welcome Alexa and Google Assistant

A leaked Xbox One screenshot from an upcoming build suggests that Cortana may soon have some company, with voice commands utilizing Alexa and Google Assistant devices added to the console's expanding repertoire.

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‘John Wick: Chapter 3’: Everything we know so far

The third installment of the wildly successful action series that stars Keanu Reeves as a deadly assassin forced out of retirement, John Wick: Chapter 3, hits theaters in May 2019

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Kids with asthma need a flu shot: study

An annual flu shot is key for children with asthma, a new study shows.

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A section of the Death Star from ‘A New Hope’ took a proton torpedo at auction

A screen-used section of the Death Star from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope just sold at auction. It included letters from the ILM employees who worked on it. It was expected to sell for six figures, but...

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Many, but not all, hospitals require flu shots for staffers

With this year's terrible flu season a fresh memory, a new study finds that more U.S. hospitals are requiring staffers to get flu shots, but VA hospitals lag behind.

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Luke Cage’s showrunner treats every season like a hip-hop concept album

Cheo Coker, showrunner and creator of Marvel's Luke Cage series, discusses why he wants to break Netflix, how season 2 is like Beyonce's Lemonade album, and where Luke Cage falls in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Instagram isn’t going chronological, and is now telling us why

Despite persistent rumors, Instagram is not going back to chronological order. Instagram recently explained why. However, it is introducing a new feature that will make give users more control over their feeds.

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Cancer care twice as costly in U.S. versus Canada

What a difference a border makes, when it comes to the cost of cancer care.

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Better Call Saul premiere date news answers the show's biggest question

We finally know when Better Call Saul will return with new episodes

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‘Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’ appears to leak via a keychain

Ubisoft hasn't announced the next installment in its Assassin's Creed series, but it appears to be named Assassin's Creed Odyssey. The title leaked via a promotional keychain just before E3.

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New guidelines lower colon cancer screening age to 45

Most people should now begin colorectal cancer screening at age 45, say new guidelines that were spurred by the rising rate of the disease among younger Americans.

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3 tips before applying for a rewards credit card

Unless you are just starting out and have no credit history, or are attempting to rebuild poor credit, you should be able to qualify for a rewards credit card

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Trumps signs bill allowing terminal patients to try unproven medicines

President Donald Trump on Wednesday put his signature on a bill allowing terminally ill patients to try unproven treatments to fight their disease.

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Here’s everything we know about ‘The Batman’ movie so far

Warner Bros. Pictures is giving DC Comics' Dark Knight another solo adventure on the big screen (his first since the conclusion of the Dark Knight trilogy). Here's everything we know about the studio's upcoming The Batman.

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When kids expect a needle to hurt, it does

When it comes to kids and medical procedures like needles, expectation is everything.

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Spotify vs. Pandora: Which music streaming service is better for you?

Which music streaming platform is best for you? We pit Spotify vs. Pandora, two mighty streaming services with on-demand music and massive catalogs, comparing every facet of the two services to help you decide which is best.

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Why aren't 529 plans more popular?

How do you plan to fund your children's education?

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‘Team Sonic Racing’ is coming to Nintendo Switch, will include story mode

Team Sonic Racing -- the successor to Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed -- is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The game includes 15 Sonic characters, online multiplayer, and a story mode.

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‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 could be the final season for Andrew Lincoln

The Walking Dead series star Andrew Lincoln is rumored to be leaving AMC's hit show at some point during season 9, ending his run as the only remaining cast member from the show's first episode.

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The ER or urgent care?

Urgent care centers are popping up across the country as an option for medical treatment. But it's important to know the differences between these facilities and your local hospital emergency department.

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The tables have turned in ‘Lego DC Super-Villains,’ full trailer on the way

TT Games and Warner Bros. have officially announced Lego DC Super-Villains, the latest game in the Lego Batman series. A full trailer will arrive on May 30, presumably alongside more details on the story.

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Amazon officially nabs The Expanse season 4

Well, it can't get any more official than this, folks.

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Take your swim workouts to the next level

Swimming is a great way to stay in shape while having fun and without stressing your joints.

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Academy Award winner will star in new, live-action ‘Spawn’ movie

Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx will star in Todd McFarlane's Spawn movie, based on the popular antihero character he created. McFarlane will direct the film from a script he penned.

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Americans' biggest money mistakes

You've made some life decisions that you've regretted, and some of those decisions surely involve money. What sort of money mistakes have you made?

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‘Mega Man 11’ coming in fall, capping off great year for fans of the Blue Bomber

Mega Man 11, Capcom's long-awaited action-platforming sequel, will release on October 2 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Pre-ordering the game will give you access to an alternate soundtrack.

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A young life lost to high insulin prices

People with diabetes are the ones who end up harmed by high list prices, high out-of-pocket costs and formulary restrictions

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Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment

Morgan Freeman is the latest powerful man to be accused of sexual harassment

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Be smart when it comes to spring allergies and asthma

Lots of things grow in the spring, including your risk of severe allergic reactions and asthma attacks. So people need to take preventive measures and know when to seek medical care, an emergency physician says.

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Atari co-founder and video game pioneer ‘Ted’ Dabney dies at 81

Atari co-founder and one of the developers of the original Pong cabinet, Ted Dabney has died after a battle with cancer

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7 questions to ask before refinancing your student loan

Are you having difficulties paying off your student loan debt? If you don't qualify for other methods of help, refinancing your student loan might be a suitable option

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‘Madden NFL 19’ kicks off early on August 10 for PS4 and Xbox One

Madden is arriving a little early this year. Madden NFL 19 launches August 10 on PS4 and Xbox One

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To repel ticks this summer, try insecticide-treated clothes

Outdoor enthusiasts: Here's a bit of good tick-fighting news just in time for Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer.

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Watchmen: Regina King, Don Johnson, Louis Gossett Jr. and more join HBO reboot

HBO's Watchmen series has been making headlines lately thanks to its new producer and writer Damon Lindelof

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A Boba Fett movie is reportedly on the way with the ‘Logan’ director attached

The Star Wars universe will never stop expanding if Disney and Lucasfilm have anything to say about it. Reports indicate a stand-alone Boba Fett film is currently in the works, with Logan director James Mangold attached.

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PlayStation Vue: The master guide to Sony’s internet TV service

PlayStation Vue is Sony's answer to live TV without the need for a cable or satellite TV subscription. To help you understand the service, it's plans, and numerous features, we've created this handy guide.

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Even at 'safe' levels, air pollution puts seniors at risk

For older people, breathing in dirty air puts them at risk of being hospitalized with a dangerous respiratory disease, a new study suggests.

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3 of 4 workers concerned about social security

Are you counting on Social Security for most of your retirement funds – and if so, how comfortable are you that the funds will be there at retirement?

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‘Game of Thrones’ season 8 is coming! Here’s everything we know so far

With the eighth and final season looming, Game of Thrones fever has officially become a pandemic. Our list of all the relevant news and rumors will help make the wait more bearable -- if you don't mind spoilers.

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Lung cancer rate now higher in young women than young men

In a reversal of historical patterns, lung cancer is now more common among young U.S. women than men, a new study finds.

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Yoga may be right move against urinary incontinence

Yoga can help older women who fight frequent bouts of urinary incontinence, new research suggests.

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More homebuyers stretching to buy

Desperate homeowners are stretching their finances to buy a home, and lenders and mortgage backers are increasingly willing to accommodate them

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Matt Groening’s animated fantasy series ‘Disenchantment’ to hit Netflix in August

Matt Groening's new animated series, Disenchantment, is set to arrive on Netflix this summer. The show follows a princess, her personal demon, and their elf friend in a high fantasy setting.

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Goodbye, old friend: Online game ‘RuneScape Classic’ to shut down after 17 years

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RuneScape Classic, the original version of the popular MMORPG, will go offline in August

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Toxins in BBQ fumes may be absorbed through the skin

When you fire up the grill for your Memorial Day cookout, beware: Those tantalizing aromas hold an underestimated health risk.

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‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ review

Solo: A Star Wars Story brings the sci-fi saga's shoot-first smuggler back to his early days for an exciting adventure that answers old questions and poses some new ones

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Everything to know about Hulu's Catch-22 adaptation

Hulu is adapting Joseph Heller's classic 1961 novel Catch-22 into a limited series and it already sounds like an Emmys front-runner

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Most hospitals aren't ready for mass tragedies, ER docs say

Nine out of 10 ER doctors say their hospitals aren't fully prepared for major disasters or mass tragedies.

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‘State of Decay 2’ beginner’s guide: Essential tips you need to survive

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Undead Labs' State of Decay 2 might look like an action game at first glance, but its deep survival elements make it much more challenging than something like Dead Rising. Here is how to succeed from the very beginning.

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Millions of Americans using outdated credit cards

If you haven't changed cards in ten years or more, you're likely missing out on deals that can save money and prop up your budget.

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A pill to protect you from the sun? Don't believe it, FDA says

If you think popping a pill will somehow keep your skin safe while you tan, think again.

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Screening may miss signs of autism, especially in girls: study

An important checklist used to screen for autism can miss subtle clues in some children, delaying their eventual diagnosis.

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YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium. What is it, and should you subscribe?

Thanks to Google, YouTube Red is now YouTube Premium. We explain what exactly a YouTube Premium subscription gets you, how much it costs, and break down if it's a good choice for you.

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Jake Gyllenhaal will play a classic Marvel villain in ‘Spider-Man’ sequel

New information about the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel indicates that the young superhero's next adventure could pit him against a classic Marvel Comics villain and take him out of New York.

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How to negotiate a summer vacation rental

Just because travel agents and middlemen are being squeezed out does not mean that you are getting the best deal possible.

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Lifelong exercise can guard heart health

Exercising may keep you young at heart.

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Paradox announces new sci-fi strategy sim ‘Age of Wonders: Planetfall’

Age of Wonder: Planetfall will let you build a new civilization from the ruins of a ravaged planet after a cosmic dark age in a 4x turn-based strategy game coming next year for consoles and PC from publisher Paradox.

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Tasty, healthy alternatives to sandwich bread

Sandwiches make convenient lunches, but those two slices of bread can really eat into your day's calorie allotment. What's more, typical white bread doesn't provide much in the way of nutrients.

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‘Deadpool 2’ review

Deadpool 2 brings back Ryan Reynolds as mouthy mutant mercenary Wade Wilson, but can a few new mutants and John Wick co-director David Leitch catch R-rated lightning in a bottle a second time?

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How to watch Major League Baseball online without cable

Are you looking to keep up with MLB games without having to pay an enormous monthly cable bill? Not only is it easy, but there are more options available than you might have thought.

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FDA approves first drug aimed at preventing migraines

The millions of Americans who suffer from migraine may have a new source of hope -- the first drug aimed at preventing the headaches gained U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval on Thursday.

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Kevin Feige confirms that Ms. Marvel is ‘definitely sort of in the works’

The MCU's Kevin Feige has confirmed that the studio is working on Ms. Marvel. As of right now, it's unclear whether or not this means a movie, TV show or something else entirely.

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Can exercise help curb dementia? One study says no

A new study suggests that moderate or even rigorous exercise won't slow mental decline in older people with dementia.

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The Backstreet Boys are back, and their new single is … a banger?

The Backstreet Boys have returned with their first new single in five years after a three-day social media countdown, and we've got to admit, the aging boy band has definitely still got it.

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6 tips to improve your home purchase offer

Are you looking to buy a home in the current seller's market? We'd wish you good luck, but making a standout offer on a home requires more preparation than luck.

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Could nonprofit drug companies cut sky-high prices?

Generic prescription drugs should be cheap, but prices for some have soared in the United States in recent years. Now a group of U.S. hospitals thinks it has a solution: a nonprofit drug maker.

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Breast cancer patients may shorten Herceptin regimen: study

For years, the drug Herceptin has helped women with an aggressive form of breast cancer beat the disease.

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Only 37% of millennials have a retirement account

Who's thinking about retirement when they're young? Retirement accounts are typically not a priority for young workers – but they should be.

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Revamped YouTube Music is Google’s latest effort to take on Spotify

With lots of people hitting YouTube for their music fix, it's always felt well placed to build a subscription-based music service. But up to now the company has failed to nail it

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For $25K, you can have this Indominus rex head replica from ‘Jurassic World’

The Prop Shop comes from the brand's existing Fanshop store, and it's already fully-stocked with some...interesting paraphernalia. And perhaps the most eye-catching is a giant Indominus Rex replica for $25,000.

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New Medicare perk: diabetes prevention

Millions of U.S. seniors can now take part in a Medicare program designed to prevent prediabetes from progressing to type 2 diabetes.

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Scientists are targeting the common cold

British researchers have developed a molecule they claim could make colds a thing of the past.

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‘Doom’ creator John Carmack reminisces about working with Steve Jobs

In a long Facebook post, Doom creator John Carmack discussed what it was like working with Steve Jobs. Prickly Jobs anecdotes aside, Carmack's experience reminds that Job could be receptive of great ideas.

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Card balances drop while consumer credit growth slows

A new government report provides both good news and bad news about America's massive consumer debt load

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More danger, Will Robinson: Netflix renews ‘Lost in Space’ for a second season

Netflix's Lost in Space reboot series debuted in early April to massive success. Now, the popular sci-fi show has been officially renewed for a second season. More danger, Will Robinson.

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What causes cancer? Misconceptions abound

Many people are clueless about what can actually cause cancer, a new study finds.

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Deadly falls on the rise among U.S. seniors

The number of seniors dying from falls has increased dramatically over the past decade, U.S. health officials reported Friday.

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‘Bad Boys 3’: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ moves another step forward with release date

Bad Boys 3 -- also known as Bad Boys for Life -- looks closer to becoming a reality. Sony has set a new release date and plot details have begun to emerge

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Seniors racking up debt

You've saved for retirement and built up a sizable nest egg. However, you forgot to consider one factor – excessive debt as you approach retirement. Too many seniors are facing that grim scenario.

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Exercising in the great outdoors

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