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Could Hillary Clinton's Plan Fix Our Broken Mental Health Care System?

Clinton's agenda promises to put mental health treatment "on par with that of physical health."

Joe Scarborough Calls Donald Trump 'Amnesty Don'

On Monday, the hosts of MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ expressed their feelings regarding a number of Donald Trump’s questionable behaviors and comments.

Mothers Steal The Show At The VMAs

Britney Spears, Beyoncé and Alicia Keys shined at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

Michael Phelps says Future inspired his meme face

Michael Phelps introduced Future at the VMAs and finally explained the genesis of the "Phelps face" meme.

Fire Sweeps Through Russian Warehouse, Killing 17 Workers

A fire swept through a Moscow printing plant warehouse on Saturday, killing 17 migrant workers from Kyrgyzstan, Russia’s emergency services said. A rep. of the Kyrgyz community said the victims were all young women trapped in a dressing room.

7 Most Embellished True Story Movies

While there are plenty of movies based on true stories, some tend to eschew a bit from the actual events. While the main plot may be true there are usually a few creative liberties thrown in to help make the film more compelling or make the protagonist appear that more heroic and today we’re sharing a few of the more embellished of the bunch.

Apple iOS 9.3.5 solves huge security problems

The iOS 9.3.5 update follows the discovery of spyware exploiting flaws that could compromise earlier versions of the mobile software.

Chiefs S Eric Berry signs franchise tender

The NFL Comeback Player of the Year has come back to Arrowhead as Eric Berry signed his franchise tender.

Watch Danny McBride and Walter Goggins Absolutely Ruin All-American Icons

The stars of HBO’s Vice Principles dressed as maniacal fast-food mascots.

'White Lives Matter' Will Be Labeled A Hate Group

The Southern Poverty Law Center announced it will be adding the group to what it calls its "Hate Map."

Hundreds Of Reindeer In Norway Killed By Lightning Strike

Lightning can be beautiful, but it can also be deadly. Such was the case in Norway where a strike claimed the lives of 323 reindeer.

Box Office Top 3: 'Don't Breathe' Chokes The Competition In Top Spot

After weeks at the top, "Suicide Squad" was kicked to No. 2 by a three kids and a blind man — and rightfully so.

Colin Kaepernick explains sitting during the national anthem

49ers QB Colin Kaepernick explained that the protest wasn't for him, but for others without a voice.

New Study Shows Most Victims of Police Shootings in Chicago Are Black Men

A new investigation into police tracking records in the city of Chicago has shown that 4 out of 5 people shot by police officers in that city are African American men and boys.

The Bowlus Road Chief travel trailer has 1930s looks with 2016 tech

The Limited Edition trailer has enough battery juice to keep you off the grid for over a week.

Report: Chargers RB Branden Oliver (Achilles) out for season

Chargers RB Branden Oliver sustained an Achilles injury during his team’s preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, San Diego announced.

How Steven Alan Built a Low-Key Fashion Empire

The native New Yorker and Best New Menswear Designers in America All-Star changed how creative, casual, and ultimately cool guys dressed with just one shirt. Here, the designer takes us into his understated universe, from an always-bustling office to his perfectly-appointed Brooklyn home.

Women Traveling To India: Don't Wear Skirts

The country's culture and tourism minister made that suggestion while discussing safety.

Field Engineer Spots Group Of Snakes Wrapped Around Wires On 125-Foot Tower

Snakes have been found in all kinds of unexpected places including toilets, closets, and yes, even on planes. However, a T-Mobile engineer probably didn't expect an encounter with them while going up a tower.

Spotify Says No, It Doesn't Punish Artists Who Give Exclusives

The company was accused of burying artists who gave exclusives to competitors.

SI's Media Circus hosts 2016 college football media roundtable

With the college football season approaching, SI.com's Richard Deitsch convened some of the sport's most respected journalists for a media roundtable to ask about the issues facing college football in 2016.

Putin's Place Of Pilgrimage

President Vladimir Putin has revived Russia's support for the medieval monasteries of Mount Athos, which are among the holiest sites of Orthodox Christianity.

What to look for when buying a storage device

CNET editor Dong Ngo helps you find the storage that fits your needs.

Two mean charged in the shooting of Dwyane Wade's cousin

Two men have been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Nykea Aldridge, the cousin of Chicago Bull star Dwyane Wade.

EpiPen Maker Hopes A Generic Version Will End The Pricing Controversy

Mylan announced that a nonbranded version of the allergy drug will be sold at half the price.

Mystery Surrounds Beheaded Voodoo Doll Found In Front Of Police Station

Voodoo dolls can mean different things to different people and the Tybee Island Police Department in Georgia is trying to find out the intentions of an individual or a group that left a beheaded doll and a lizard carcass outside the police headquarters.

Top 3 VMA Performers We're (Not-So-Secretly) Anxious To See

Kanye West reportedly has four whole minutes to do whatever he wants on stage.

Nebraska transfer Andrew White commits to Syracuse

Nebraska transfer Andrew White has committed to Syracuse, he announced Sunday.

Hope Solo Takes Indefinite 'Personal Leave' from Seattle Reign Following Suspension from U.S. Soccer

Hope Solo's future in soccer is looking more uncertain than ever