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Here’s why every American traveler should sign up for TSA PreCheck

REUTERS/Larry Downing See Also If you could get an upgrade from economy to business, you'd do that, right? Well, getting TSA PreCheck is basically the pre-flight upgrade equivalent, and it's something that every American citizen who flies often should consider getting. Here's everything you need to know about TSA PreCheck. What is TSA PreCheck? TSA PreCheck means that you have been pre-approved by the US Customs and Border Protection, and deemed a low risk traveler

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Scientists have found yet another reason we should all be napping at work

Flickr/Svein Halvor HalvorsenWhen it's nap o'clock, it's better to give in and get some shut eye. See Also Sleep deprivation is linked to a lot of scary things like Alzheimer's disease, depression, memory problems, and cancer — and while a nap won't completely make up for hours of lost sleep, scientists agree a power nap can do wonders. In past studies naps have been shown to improve immune health, energy and mood, and cognitive function.

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The Iranian Spy Empire

And it’s not just the American and other Western journalists they’re watching. In fact, the people they’re watching most closely are other Iranians, including the families of Iranian-Americans held hostage by the clerical regime like Amir Hekmati, whose sister and brother-in-law I met in the Marriott lobby, adjacent to where the P5+1 talks are being held. Iranian dissidents and Iranian journalists based outside Iran are other popular targets. One European-based reporter who asked not to

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BP reaches $18.7 billion settlement over deadly 2010 spill

HOUSTON BP Plc will pay up to $18.7 billion in penalties to the U.S. government and five states to resolve nearly all claims from its deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill five years ago in the largest corporate settlement in U.S. history.The agreement comes on top of the $43.8 billion that BP has already set aside for criminal and civil penalties and cleanup costs.BP shares jumped more than 5 percent in New York trading as

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These Economists Are Calling For An End To Greece’s Austerity Nightmare

A tense standoff between the Greek government and its international creditors reached a breaking point this week. On Tuesday, Greece became the first developed country ever to miss a debt repayment to the International Monetary Fund. Meanwhile, the government is preparing to hold a national referendum on a new proposed bailout deal. Creditors are insisting that Greece implement spending cuts and tax increases in order to seal a new agreement on bailout funds. Greek Prime

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Katy Perry ROARS as a green giant in stunning new CoverGirl make-up advert

Katy Perry has been transformed into a green giant for a brand new CoverGirl campaign. Forbes highest earning female celebrity, is seen back with her green hair to match the SuperSizer mascara that she is promoting. Roar-ing on camera the gorgeous singer looks like she's trying to take over a city in the television advert. CoverGirl is a popular make-up brand in the US and Katy joins the likes of Drew Barrymore, Pink, Rihanna, Sofia

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Kourtney Kardashian spotted smiling with son Mason amidst rumours she’s kicked Scott Disick out

Kourtney Kardashian was seen smiling as she went to film scenes for her reality show this week, despite rumours of her recently kicking out Scott Disick. The KUWTK star was with her eldest son Mason as they headed towards a bowling alley to meet her sisters for filming. Looking casual in a t-shirt, leggings and leather jacket the eldest Kardashian paired her outfit with her favourite pair of flatform shoes. Flynet Kourtney took along son

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First day of Milwaukee bus drivers strike finishes strong

Milwaukee, WI -The first day of the work stoppage called by Amalgamated Transit Union 998 ended with a lively picket of hundreds, July 1. From 3:00 a.m. until sundown, pickets stood strong throughout the city, with drivers, mechanics and supporters at all four hubs of the Milwaukee County Transit System. Pickets resume July 2 at 19th and Fremont, KK and Mitchell, 32nd and Fond du Lac, and 15th and Fond du Lac. A large rally

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