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Blogger shares mind-blowing trick to making healthy Alfredo sauce: 'Tastes like butter and cheese'

A year later, victim's sister shares last voicemail before #VirginiaBeach  mass shooting

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This weekend on Frankly Speaking with Navika Kumar, Union Law & Telecom Minister@rsprasad  shares his views on @Twitter  bias’ saying ‘Twitter must remain an objective platform’. Watch#FranklySpeakingWithLawMantri  at 10 AM & 8 PM.

'Besties then and besties now': #KareenaKapoorKhan  shares 20 years old pic to celebrate BFF #AmritaArora 

Keylor Navasshares his playing idols, pre-game rituals, favorite save and more

Prince William wore friendship bracelet he shares with Kate in new documentary

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Sweet BAEKHYUN from @weareoneEXO  talks to @stacynam  in our exclusive interview about all things 'Candy,' reflects back on his debut and shares his hopes for the future! Watch now: _Candy #BAEKHYUN  #BAEKHYUN_Candy  #EXO  #iHeartBAEKHYUN 

This moment of utter spare time, I realized the importance of a dialogue with my family," #KAI  from @weareoneEXO  shares some photos for the #GucciCommunity  in a message of solidarity, kindness and well-being.

How much weight can one man carry? In @Dak 's story, he shares how he draws the strength to #FinishThisFight 

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Go behind-the-scenes of our #BTS  cover shoot, where the K-pop group shares their favorite dance moves, which of them is the messiest, and more. Read our cover story here:

As a former secretary of labor, I can tell you that the airlines don't deserve a $50 billion bailout. In the last 10 years, they spent 96% of their cash flow to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses. They shouldn't see a dime of taxpayer money.

The biggest U.S. airlines spent 96% of free cash flow over the last decade to buy back shares of their own stock in order to boost executive bonuses and please wealthy investors. Now, they expect taxpayers to bail them out to the tune of $50 billion. It's the same old story.

"I hope you can remember us." This teacher in Alepposhares a harrowing "last call" video as government forces take control of the city.