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Grisham is king of USA TODAY's list - again

'The Whistler' lands at No. 1; Garten, Bourdain have best-selling cookbooks.             
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SA the top sexting nation in the world - survey

A new survey has revealed that South Africans are the kings and queens of sexting, with 77% claiming they have done it.
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South Africa blocks Air Zimbabwe flight

Authorities say an Air Zimbabwe flight was not allowed to take off from Johannesburg because it was not in compliance with civil aviation rules.
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Two killed, three injured in horror crush on N1

Two men were killed and three injured when a motorcycle crashed into the back of a bakkie on the N1 in Vanderbijlpark, paramedics said.
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SADC under SA leadership will prioritise intra-regional trade - Zuma

Pretoria takes the baton with the hope of prioritising value addition to Africa's resources and intra-regional trade, said President Jacob Zuma.
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Kashima beats Shimizu S-Pulse 1-0 to keep lead in J-League

Leandro and Mu Kanazaki scored as defending champions Kashima Antlers beat Shimizu S-Pulse 2-0 to stay top of the J-League             
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Nebraska student managers keep Big Red operation running

Student managers for Nebraska football team put in long hours to keep Big Red operation running             
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Before & After: Encino home throws off its inhibitions and becomes a party animal

For a 7,200-square-foot property, the Encino house that developer Maxim Cherniavsky bought in 2015 felt cramped and cloistered. “The first time I saw it, it was 1 p.m. on a sunny day, but we sti
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'Unite the Right' organizer says tweet insulting slain protester Heyer was result of hack

A tweet from the account of the far-right activist who organized the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally insulted the protester who was killed at the event, saying late Friday night that h
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Heading back to school

Do you have all your back-to-school planning/shopping done yet? The mad rush into fall has already started, leaving many of us wondering: Where did the summer go? If you’re a parent of a little
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Turns out, laser tag is an incredibly fun way to get in a workout

Your kids are going to be so jealous when you tell them you're heading out for a laser tag workout.
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Books: John Scalzi on writing the future during the age of Trump; L.A. murals, lost and found; a review of Michael Robbins' erudite criticism

Hello readers! I’m Carolyn Kellogg, books editor at the L.A. Times. Here’s what you’ll find in our pages this week: THE BIG STORY “How do science fiction writers trying to build dystopias
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Solar Eclipse Will Cost Employers A Staggering Amount Of Money In Lost Productivity

Here's what looking at the solar eclipse for 20 minutes will cost employers.
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Indonesia to develop 2 oilfields in Iran

Tehran, Aug 19, IRNA – Indonesian company 'Pertamina' stressed on its readiness to develop two Iranian oilfields named 'Mansouri oil field' and 'Abteymour oil field'.
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Essential California: Tough talk, limited action in Trump border crackdown

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, Aug. 19. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES Mixed record for Trump on the border: Si
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TV networks struggle to book pro-Trump guests following statements about Charlottesville

Defending President Trump can be a lonely job, and this week it has become particularly tough for the TV news outlets to find someone to do it. Executives and producers across the networks say the
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