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Voting in favor of the Brexit referendum has proved to be a dating deal-breaker for many who wanted Britain to stay in the European Union. New dating apps connect those seeking other pro-EU voters.

Giving people who have serious mental illness peer support has proved so helpful that some states are starting to pay these peer specialists to bridge the gap when there aren't enough professionals.

The president's son has tweeted out the email chain that set up his controversial meeting with a Russian lawyer during the presidential campaign.

In rural America, 23.4 million people do not have high-speed Internet. Microsoft plans to change that, in an effort that uses cheap technology and appeals to the lowest common denominator in politics.

Rob Goldstone, who manages Russian pop star Emin, says he arranged a 2016 meeting between Trump insiders and a Russian lawyer at Emin's request. President Trump once appeared in a music video of his.

Several main characters in the HBO series happen to have disabilities. "I had never seen my own experience in life reflected so accurately, so vividly, so viscerally," says one disability activist.

Rome is home to more public drinking fountains — nearly 3,000 — than any other city in the world. But the city is turning off the taps as Italy faces a severe drought.

Haider al-Abadi says ISIS has been driven from its Mosul stronghold, but the prime minister must now knit together a country riven by sectarian tensions and foreign sponsors.

Joel Brenner, now an MIT senior researcher, says President Trump's statement that he might partner with Putin on cyber issues is a reversal of decades of well-founded American suspicion of Russia.

The United Kingdom won't actually leave the European Union until 2019, but there are already signs British employers could lose crucial foreign workers, from university professors to apple pickers.




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