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Rising Divorce Rate: Ex-Spouses Must Learn To Co-Parent

Ethan's parents split when he was three, but it was only at the age of seven, during contact time with his teacher, that he learnt the meaning of "divorce".

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Your Love Of The Sex Pistols Or Norah Jones Says More About Your Personality Than You Think

 Is your Spotify collection a compilation of mellow melodies and soft rock? Or do you have Apple Music playlists full of heavy metal and punk? Your answer could be an indicator of whether you are more of an emphatic or analytic person, according to a new study.

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How Marvel Treats Its Movies Different From Its Netflix Shows

 Even though all of Marvel’s live-action projects take place in the same universe, they don’t all have the same tone and feel. Just look to Daredevil for proof. Aside from veering into R-rated territory, the Netflix series is also a more intimate adventure that stays away from the fantastical world seen in the movies, delving instead into a gritty crime story. While Daredevil and the other Netflix shows still embrace their superhero roots, it turns out these smaller-scale adventures are the main thing that separates them from their cinematic colleagues.

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Rachel McAdams Confirms Doctor Strange Talks With Marvel

 Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man has only been out in theaters for two weekends now, but it already feels like such old news. The Marvel Cinematic Universe slows down for nobody, and so on the public consciousness moves to the next project. For example, it’s been rumored for the last few weeks that Rachel McAdams is up for a role in Scott Derrickson’s upcoming Doctor Strange movie, and now she has confirmed herself that those talks are real.

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Why Tom Cruise Wants To Make Top Gun 2

 A sequel to the 1986 classic Top Gun has been one of those on again, off again, maybe, maybe not, projects for years. Now it looks like some new life is being given to the rumor, as Tom Cruise was asked his thoughts about the potential sequel at the premiere of the new Mission:Impossible movie. It sounds like he’s up for it, as long as he actually gets to be in an F-14 again.

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Why Academy Award Winners Can't Sell Their Oscars

 The Academy Awards are a night of prestige and honor that Hollywood takes very seriously. How seriously, you may ask? Well, in addition to being considered the guardians of quality in film, they have some extremely strict bylaws and guidelines for the entire process. Everything from nominations to what you can do with your Oscar once you've won is governed by their ruling hand. If anyone needed a reminder of The Academy's power, they've certainly got one in a recent court ruling involving the coveted statuette itself.

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Overeating May Be Caused By A Hormone Deficiency, Scientists Say

 It's late at night and you really just want another slice of that chocolate cake — even though you're not hungry.

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Haggling Tips From Around The World For Your Summer Travels


With summer upon us, foreign exchange specialist Travelex has created a useful guide to help tourists barter to their best in countries where such a practice is common, sometimes even expected. A look at some of the best advice for getting a good deal around the globe.

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Why I Would Call For Elections Now, If I Were Malaysia's Prime Minister

 In view of the recent Pakatan Rakyat fallout, the progressive voices in PAS should just join DAP or PKR, if they are really serious about what they stand for.  

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Is Science Drawing Closer To An Alien World?

 

PARIS: NASA’s discovery of Earth-like exoplanet Kepler-452b, nicknamed “Earth 2.0″, has social media buzzing about the chances of finding a faraway world, possibly with alien life or key resources such as water.

Science or fiction? The experts respond.

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