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Beverly Hills News – Mayor Will Walk for Coffee and Health

Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will go to any lengths for a healthy City - and this Walk with the Mayor is to one of the City's most renowned health establishments, La Peer Health Systems - and Blue Bottle Coffee, one of the best coffee houses in Beverly Hills!

Suicide Bombing at Islam’s Holiest Site Kills Four as Ramadan Draws to a Close

 Four Saudi security personnel were killed and five others wounded in a suicide bombing Monday outside one of Islam's holiest sites, the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, the interior ministry said.

The Last Fight For Ali Draws Thousands to Say Goodbye to ‘Float Like a Butterfly’

 Muhammad Ali's hometown Louisville on Friday said farewell to the boxing legend and civil rights hero, with thousands lining the streets for an emotional procession and thousands more packing a sports arena for a star-studded memorial service.

Beverly Hills News – Piesta Comes To The Farmers’ Market Sunday

 The Pie Bake a’la Beverly Hills & Piesta, the pie-loving, pie-baking event of the season, returns to the Beverly Hills Farmers Market this Sunday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the market’s Civic Center Drive location.   The free event features a curated pie competition, pie tasting, pie-eating competition for kids and adults, and pie-themed activities including ingredient juggling, pie making and decorating and sifting through pastry flour for buried treasure.  

Teen Hacker Claims He Hacked Into CIA Head’s Personal Emails

A teenaged hacker broke into CIA Director John Brennan's personal email account and swiped sensitive files including a top-secret application for a security clearance, the New York Post reported.

Masks of Donald Trump And “El Chapo” Guzman Are All The Rage In Mexico For Halloween

 Considered Mexico's prime villains, Donald Trump and fugitive drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman are Halloween stars in this country, with a company seeking to make a killing with masks of the infamous duo.

Mexican Journalists Protest the Execution of Photojournalist Ruben Espinosa

 Family, friends and colleagues held an emotionally charged funeral service Monday for Mexican photojournalist Ruben Espinosa after he was brutally killed in a multiple homicide.

Topless Protesters Rally in Canada for Right to Bare the Babes

 Topless protesters marched in Waterloo, Ontario Saturday to defend women's rights to go bare-chested, after three sisters were stopped for bicycling semi-nude.

Visit by Saudi King Locks Down French Riviera

 The Mirandole beach on the French Riviera, which is usually packed with holidaymakers and sunbathers, is eerily quiet as the stretch of sand has been locked down for the lavish visit of Saudi Arabia's King Salman that has riled some locals.

Mysterious Man’s Death in Pacific Palisades Leaves More Questions Than Answers

The mystery surrounding the death of a man whose decomposing body was found in an SUV near his Pacific Palisades home continued to grow today, while police worked to trace the roughly 1,200 firearms found in his residence along with six tons of ammunition and thousands of dollars in cash.

Americans Pack Times Square to Protest Iran Deal

 Protesters poured into New York's Times Square on Wednesday to denounce the Iran nuclear deal as a threat to Israel and global security, demanding that Congress reject the agreement.

‘English Schindler’ Nicholas Winton, Dead at 106

 Nicholas Winton, a Briton who saved hundreds of Jewish children in Prague from the Nazis in the run-up to World War II, has died at the age of 106, his family said on Wednesday.

Beverly Hills News – ‘Bruce’ No More; ‘Caitlyn’ Debuts in Vanity Fair

 Caitlyn Jenner, the Olympic champion formerly known as Bruce who is transitioning to life as a woman, on Monday unveiled her new name and look in a sexy pose on the cover of Vanity Fair.

Watch Owned by General Douglas MacArthur Sells for 75K

Seventy years after the end of World War II, a watch worn by legendary US five-star general Douglas MacArthur was sold at auction Sunday for 70,000 Swiss francs ($75,000), far above the estimate.

Beverly Hills News – City Chosen to be Site of New Hydrogen Refueling Station by Next Year

The South Coast Air Quality Management District today opened an upgraded public hydrogen fueling station at its Diamond Bar headquarters, capable of fueling a vehicle in only three minutes.

US Lawmakers Vote 348-48 to Urge Obama to Provide Weapons to Ukraine

American lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Monday to urge President Barack Obama to provide Ukraine with lethal weapons to defend itself against Russian "aggression."
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