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IEA Report Says 6.5 Million People Die Each Year From Air Pollution

More people die from air pollution each year than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and road injuries, according to a recent report.

Is Kevin Hart Close to Bringing Home Robber to Justice?

"The Secret Life of Pets" star reveals why he posted a picture of the faux burglar on Instagram and whether it's helping with the investigation!

This Baby Orangutan Was Shot And Abandoned

Last week, the International Animal Rescue, or IAR, received word that a baby orangutan was found in dire condition inside a West Borneo store, and the group has been caring for him since.

'Game of Thrones' Finale Killed More Known Characters Than Ever Before

In the season six finale of 'Game of Thrones', more known characters were killed off in one episode than ever before. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has the list.

Justin Timberlake Can't Catch A Break On Appropriation And #Nipplegate

Timberlake's tweet about Jesse Williams' speech made the singer a target for Twitter users, who brought up cultural appropriation and #Nipplegate.

Chile Wins Copa America on PKs: Cruel Deja Vu for Messi, Argentina

It must feel like Deja Vu for Argentina as they lose a heartbreaker to Chile in the Copa America final on penalty kicks for the second straight year.

30 burned at self-help seminar

At least 30 people were treated for minor burns after walking on hot coals during self-help guru Tony Robbins' "Unleash the Power Within" seminar in Dallas,Texas.

Supreme Court Rules on Abortion Clinic Restrictions

The Supreme Court ruled 5 to 3 Monday to strike down a 2013 Texas abortion law that would have forced dozens of clinics to close.

7 Biggest Movie Myths: Fact or Fiction?

Hollywood loves a good story and along with its glitz and glamour, there are also plenty of stories about murder, mayhem and nudity. To help separate the fact from fiction, we’re taking a look at 7 famous movie myths and determining how much, if any, of the stories are actually true.

Alphabet expands Google Fiber and introduces a new robot

Alphabet is a big, busy company. Google Fiber is acquiring an ISP while Alphabet-owned Boston Dynamics unveils the awesome Spot Mini robot.

Prince & Muhammed Ali Honored at BET Awards

Several fallen celebrities were honored at last night’s BET Awards including the late boxer Muhammad Ali and the late singer prince. Jennifer Hudson brought down the house with her beautiful rendition of perhaps Prince’s most famous song, Purple Rain.

NBA, WNBA stand with LGBT community at NYC Pride Parade

NBA commissioner Adam Silver, deputy commissioner Mark Tatum, league employees and Jason Collins, the first openly-gay player in league history, marched with the LGBT community in the NYC Pride Parade on Sunday.

Weekly Top 5: Justice League and Warcraft Movie News

Justice League's synopsis is outed, the Warcraft movie beats major record, and more in this week's Top 5 Biggest Entertainment News breakdown.

Former MP: Leave campaign didn't expect to win

Times columnist and former Conservative MP Matthew Parris tells Christiane Amanpour the "Leave" campaign has "misled voters."

Former Virginia Governor Won't Be Going To Prison — At Least For Now

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife were convicted of public corruption in 2014.

Why Kevin Hart Pooped His Pants

"The Secret Life of Pets" star gets candid about a time he couldn't make it to the bathroom! Hear the story.

Slave Taught Jack Daniel How To Make Whiskey

The man behind the eponymous whiskey brand Jack Daniel’s learned his craft from a slave. For its 150th anniversary this year, the company is revealing some insights into its complex history.

Justin Timberlake Gets Huge Backlash For Showing Jesse Williams Support

The singer was accused of hypocrisy and cultural appropriation. Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling) has the story!

Box Office Top 3: 'Independence Day' Celebrates 20 Years With A Flop

"Independence Day: Resurgence" had a smaller debut at the box office than the original did 20 years ago.

When Sports Media and Politics Collide

SI's Richard Deitsch held a roundtable discussion with some of the most prominent of today's sport media to discuss engaging in politics on social media. Hear from Bomani Jones, Adam Schefter, Jemele Hill and more in this week's Media Circus column.

Who put a handprint on the Declaration of Independence?

Chris Moody investigates how a handprint got onto the lower left corner of the Declaration of Independence at some point in the last 240 years.

Outdoor Glass Slide Opens Atop Los Angeles Skyscraper

A 45-foot long glass slide hovering 1,000 feet above the ground atop a skyscraper in Los Angeles has opened to the public.

7 More Pixar Characters That Could Get Their Own Movies

Our favorite forgetful fish dominated the box office becoming the biggest opening for an animated movie and giving hope to secondary characters everywhere. With such a vast catalog of memorable characters within the world of Pixar, we decided to take a look through the list and choose 7 we’d like to see get their own movies.

How to set up the OnePlus 3's look and feel

If you just got the OnePlus 3, we show you step-by-step how to start customizing the look and feel of the handset's interface.

Chris Brown Threatens to Beat a Woman after Assault Lawsuit Surfaces

Right on the heels of an assault lawsuit, chris brown is facing more shocking allegations from a former employee. This time the singer is being accused of threatening a female manager in a drug indused rage.

Weight Room Accident Lands Stephen Strasburg on Disabled List

Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained upper back, retroactive to June 16, according to Dan Kolko of MASN.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Delay Explained

Nintendo goes on record on why Zelda: Breath of the Wild was delayed and Game of Thrones' Battle of the Bastards episode's missing Ghost explained.

Mom Can't Stop Screaming When Army Son Surprises Her at Home After 4 Years

Cheri Hancock was floored to see her son Kyle Kracht for the first time in four and a half years. The 28-year-old army specialist stationed in El Paso, Texas was serving overseas in Afghanistan. The video of their reunion at their Utah home was recorded so the grandparents could see Cheri's reaction over and over again.

Your Bank Might Actually Be Open This Fourth Of July

Two national banks will have select branches open for the holiday.