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New Captain America Book Suggests He's A Member of Hydra

By Jesse J. Holland | May 25
The new "Captain America: Steve Rogers" comic book hits stands Wednesday featuring the return of the original Captain America, Steve Rogers, but with a shocking twist.

Hillary Clinton Says She's a Fan of Beyonce's 'Lemonade'

May 25
Hillary Clinton says Beyonce's new visual album "Lemonade" is "great."

Beth Howland, Vera from TV's 'Alice,' Dies at 74

May 25
The actress who was best known for her role as a ditzy waitress on the 1970s and '80s CBS sitcom "Alice" has died. Beth Howland was 74.

Watchdogs Say Texas Dodged 'Train Wreck' On Education Board

By Paul J. Weber | May 25
When Texas takes up always-contentions revisions of science and social studies coursework in 2017, a former schoolteacher who believes dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark and Democrats killed John F. Kennedy won't have a vote.

PopUps: 'Twilight' Star Kellan Lutz Reportedly Uses Fake Name On Celeb Dating App

May 25
Hollywood hunk Kellan Lutz is lookin' for love...under a fake name, according to a report from Page Six.

Republicans Block Stricter Rules on Retirement Savings

By Andrew Taylor | May 25
Republicans controlling the Senate passed legislation Tuesday to block new Obama administration rules that require financial professionals to put their client's best interest first when giving advice on retirement investments.

Alabama Police Call Anti-Trans KKK Fliers a 'Free Speech Issue'

May 25
Local police in Dothan, Alabama are shrugging off the threat of transphobic fliers by a group claiming to be from a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.

Westboro Baptist Church to Protest Indy 500 and Blake Shelton

May 25
Who's to blame for raging wild fires, random shootings, the Zika virus and more tragedies? According to the Westboro Baptist Church, it's high-speed motor racing and country music star Blake Shelton.

Christian School Will Deny Admission, Expel Students Who Have Gays Living Under Their Roofs

May 25
A private religious high school in Kansas has established a morality clause prohibiting students with any LGBT relatives from attending - even if that student happens to be heterosexual.

'Gigantic' Corporate Tax Hike Likely Headed to Oregon Voters

By Kristena Hansen | May 25
A massive $2.8 billion annual corporate tax hike is likely headed to Oregon voters in November, a move that could create the most aggressive tax climate for big business of any state in the nation.

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