|Wyoming man files suit over massive EPA fines for building pond|
|A rancher is taking the Environmental Protection Agency to federal court, asking a judge to stop the agency from fining him more than $16 million because he built a small pond on his property.|
|Florida governor declares state of emergency as Tropical Storm Erika bears down|
|Governor Rick Scott of Florida issued a state of emergency Friday as Tropical Storm Erika headed toward the state after killing at least four and causing devastating floods in the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica.|
|Marine asks Ronda Rousey to Marine Corps Ball|
|A marine has taken to social media to ask out his dream date for the Marine Corps Ball this year.|
|'Unicorn woman' appeals for help as rare condition causes horn-like growth|
|A woman with an abnormal growth on her head that appears to be in the shape of a large horn has become known in her village as the “unicorn woman.”|
|Fiorina blasts CNN for debate rules that could exclude her despite rise in polls|
|Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is blasting CNN for relying in large part on old polling to determine who makes their prime-time debate stage next month.|
|Fact Check: Which Republican candidates actually cut spending?|
|Every Republican presidential candidate has promised to keep government spending in check -- but which ones actually have a track record of doing that?|
|Lindsay Lohan reportedly claims she was drugged at friend's wedding|
|Lindsay Lohan claimed she was “slipped a mickey” at the wedding of Justin Etzin, consul general and ambassador of tourism for the Seychelles, and model Lana Zakocela in Florence last week.|
|Lucy Liu becomes a mom, shocks fans|
|The “Elementary” star did not previously reveal she was expecting a child.|
|Sarah Jessica Parker stuns in sexy swimsuit at 50|
|Talk about getting better with age!|
|'Married to Medicine' star Jill Connors arrested for cruelty to children|
|"Married to Medicine" star Jill Connors was arrested for cruelty to children.|
|Benedictine monk relaxing atop Rhode Island turbine spotted by drone|
|A Benedictine monk who works at a private Rhode Island school has discovered that finding solitude is no easy feat, even 175 feet in the air.|
|Former franchisee tipped off Subway ad exec about Jared Fogle, lawyer says|
|A former Subway franchisee alerted an executive in charge of the company’s advertising in 2008 to her concerns about pitchman Jared Fogle, according to the woman’s lawyer.|
|Will TLC’s sex abuse documentary help network recover from scandals?|
|Few may recall that TLC stands for The Learning Channel, and the network has admitted that its programming in recent years hasn’t exactly been educational. In fact, TLC boss Marjorie Kaplan memorably called the network—which stars like Honey Boo Boo called home—a “freak show.”|
|Police say 71 migrants suffocated to death in food truck, 3 suspects arrested|
|Police arrested several people believed to be part of a human smuggling operation in connection with the deaths of 71 migrants who likely suffocated in a refrigerated truck found abandoned on Austria's main highway, law enforcement officials said Friday.|
|Woman hit by foul ball behind home plate sues Red Sox owner|
|A fan struck by a foul ball that went behind home plate last year during a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park has sued the team's principal owner.|
|Daughter of slain Ohio officer gets police escort to school on 1st day of kindergarten|
|The daughter of a slain Ohio officer has received a police escort to school on her first day of kindergarten.|
|Not in the mood? Why you shouldn’t feel guilty about skipping sex|
|It boosts our health, helps us feel connected to the one we love, and triggers a cascade of feel-good, happy-making hormones. Despite all that good stuff, sex can sometimes feel like a chore—like something we have to do to keep away the relationship boogeyman.|
|Study: Phoenix is slowly sinking|
|Researchers say that while there's no need for residents of Phoenix to panic, parts of their city are slowly and unstoppably sinking into the ground.|
|Guitar hero: Charges dropped against man who blasted 'Star Spangled Banner' on July 4|
|The Florida college student who was cited and nearly arrested for celebrating July 4 with a searing guitar rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner" at a block party is getting the last laugh.|
|Ink by the barrel: Why Donald Trump's Bush-bashing is becoming indelible|
|Here, in a nutshell, is why Donald Trump is widening his lead in the Republican race.|
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