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Spaniards eat so late because they're in the wrong time zone — not because they're 'laid back'

Most Spaniards don’t end their work day until 8pm. Susana Vera / REUTERS The INSIDER Summary: In 1940, Spanish General Francisco Franco moved Spain’s clocks ahead one hour in order to be on the same time as Nazi Germany. Therefore, the country is on Central European Time, when it should really be on Greenwich Mean Time. The time change meant that the ...

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New analysis shows North Korea's ICBM is basically useless

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspects the intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-14 in this undated photo released by KCNA. Thomson Reuters North Korea shocked the world with a July 4 launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, but according to a new analysis done by Breaking Defense , the missile is basically useless. While the missile did demonstrate a much longer ...

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Jared Kushner gives rare public statement after meeting with Senate investigators: 'I did not collude with Russia'

Jared Kushner. AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais Jared Kushner delivered a brief statement to assembled press outside the White House on Monday, insisting that he did not “collude with Russia” or have “improper contacts” with Russians. The White House senior adviser spoke after a meeting with the Senate Intelligence Committee earlier in the morning. Kushner, who is President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, ...

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A Navy SEAL who finished a 100-mile race with broken bones and peeing blood shares his 2 strategies for building mental toughness

David Goggins, pictured, also went through Army Ranger School and competed the Ironman World Championships. Marion Doss/Flickr David Goggins had run 70 miles of his 100-mile race when he began to pee blood. It was 2005. Goggins, a 240-pound Navy SEAL, had entered the San Diego race to raise money for charity. It was his first ultra-marathon. By the time ...

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The 5 ways to kill a dragon in ‘Game of Thrones’ — and how Cersei plans to do it

Cersei Lannister and the skull of the dragon Balerion.Macall B. Polay/HBOWarning: major spoilers for season seven of “Game of Thrones” lie ahead, including some speculation from the “A Song of Ice and Fire” books. Read at your own risk.  One of the biggest threats to Cersei right now is Daenerys Targaryen, who has a larger army, even without Yara’s Ironborn ...

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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have a lavish art collection worth up to $25 million — here's what they've displayed

Ivanka has posted many images on Instagram of her and her family against the backdrop of their expansive art collection.Instagram, @ivankatrump Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, filed documents Friday that detailed more of their business holdings and investments, CNN reported . Among the newly revealed wealth is an art collection that documents show is worth up to $25 million.  ...

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People from 14 countries reveal the most annoying things foreigners do when they visit

Selfies are just universally hated.Lucy Nicholson / Reuters Tourists get a bad rap. And while being a tourist can be great , it’s really all about respecting the culture you’re exploring. Unfortunately, not every tourist does that. A Quora thread asked, “What are the most annoying things that foreigners do in your country?” and many, many people aired their grievances. ...

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Pep Guardiola’s capture of £52m Benjamin Mendy only ramps up the pressure at Man City

While many think Pep Guardiola is a genius, others label the Manchester City manager ‘Fraudiola’. Those in the first camp point to the three La Liga titles in a row and the two Champions League trophies he won in four years at Barcelona. They can also highlight the three Bundesliga titles he won in his time with Bayern Munich. Then ...

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Family of student who had sex with teacher paid $125,000 in settlement case

The former teacher appeared on Dr Phil to talk about the charges against her (Picture: Dr Phil) The family of a schoolboy who had sex with a teacher has been paid $125,000. An Oklahoma school district handed over the huge sum to settle a lawsuit claiming it tried to cover up what had happened. Charlie Gard’s parents end legal battle ...

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14 parents who are examples to us all

sponsoredBT Monday 24 Jul 2017 6:10 pm We all love ice cream, right? Of course we do, it’s the best. And while having six tubs of Ben and Jerry’s sounds like a delight in theory, in reality too much of a good thing can get old pretty quickly. I guess what I’m trying to say here is, well, we all ...

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