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Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne scored in extra time Tuesday to give Belgium a 2-1 win over the United States and a spot in the World Cup quarterfinals. De Bruyne gave an attacking Belgium the lead in the 93rd minute, finally getting a shot past U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard. Lukaku made it 2-0 in the 105th. Julian Green then pulled one back for the Americans in the 107th minute, but the Americans couldn't muster another to send the match to a penalty shootout.
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Chinese Hackers Infiltrated Pentagon Contractors At Least 20 Times Since 2012
Senate investigators released a newly declassified report Wednesday that declared China was responsible for at least 20 of some 50 successful hacks of Pentagon defense contractors since 2012. Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin of Michigan and ranking Oklahoma Republican Jim Inhofe announced the results of the year-long investigation, which covered 50 infiltrations against unnamed companies with U.S. Transportation Command contracts, which among other things, are used to tap into private transportation networks to quickly execute troop and supply deployments.
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A legal rep for Teresa Giudice says the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is not pregnant, as was reported by a magazine published weeks before she and her husband Joe Giudice are due to be sentenced for fraud charges. In Touch magazine recently published a cover story titled "Teresa Shocker: Pregnant and Headed to Prison."Earlier this year, the couple pleaded guilty to multiple fraud charges in connection with their 2009 bankruptcy filing.
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Iraq Premier: "No" To US Ground Troops
Iraq's new prime minister ruled out stationing U-S ground troops in his country, chiding the international community Wednesday for inaction in Syria... Haider al-Abadi told the Associated Press the exclusion of neighboring Iran from the coalition being assembled to fight the Islamic State group was "puzzling." Al-Abadi has been embraced by the West as a more inclusive leader who might heal the internal rifts that have dismembered Iraq.
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Ellen Page Strips Down To Her Underwear, Talks About Castration In Sexy W Magazine Spread
Well, this is certainly a side of Ellen Page that we've never seen before! The Canadian actress was just named one of five women "who totally rule" in W magazine's The New Royals issue. The 27-year-old star is giving major Annie Hall vibes on her cover of the fashion mag, dressed in a plaid suit, striped tie and black floppy fedora hat. But it's the inside photo of her that's slightly surprising… Page is seen dressed in very little clothing—a pair of Calvin Klein underwear and a black Paule Ka cape, to be exact—and showing off her washboard abs.
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Kim Kardashian Tries (and Fails) To Beat The Heat In Tight, Long Skirt
Let the heatwave continue! Despite unseasonably warm temperatures throughout the Los Angeles area, Kim Kardashian decided to step out Wednesday in an outfit better suited for a cooler afternoon. The 33-year-old sported a low-cut white top perfect for a sizzling forecast. She even tied a knot at her waist for that signature Kardashian touch. But things quickly got toasty when she worked a figure-hugging, high-waisted black skirt that landed at the top of her feet.
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Want A "Frozen" Wedding Dress? See The "Elsa Gown!"
Looks like Queen Elsa is getting her fairy tale wedding after all! Disney Weddings announced today that they have partnered with Alfred Angelo Bridal to create a "Frozen" wedding dress... available in both ivory and pale blue! The acclaimed wedding brand already has a Disney Fairy Tale Bridal collection in conjunction with Disney Consumer Products.
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R + L = J: 'Game Of Thrones' Fan Theories To Chew On
If there's one thing "Game of Thrones" is really good at, it's plot twists. As soon as you start to root for the characters, they wind up either dead or in some strategic alliance with the character or house you despise most. George R.R. Martin, author of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series the HBO adaptation is based on, is still hard at work on the last two books in heptalogy, and he's probably saving the best plot twists for last. Several fans have read all the books, wikis and all sorts of other "Game of Thrones"-related material, and have come up with some theories of their own. And some of them have gotten it right, according to Martin, who recently stated that amid the "bull", there are some accurate theories about where the books are headed.
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Julianne Hough's See-Through Funeral Dress: Gotta Have It Or Make It Stop?
Looks like Julianne Hough is suffering from a brief bout of style schizophrenia! We've seen tricky cases before, but according to this look, the dancer-turned-actress has it bad. One personality got dressed to attend a memorial service and the other is headed to do a little burlesque. Now they've left the poor Dancing With the Stars alum looking like Wednesday Addams gone wild!
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U.S. House Passes Bill To Avert Government Shutdown, Extend Export-Import Bank
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a stop-gap spending measure that averts an Oct. 1 government shutdown and extends the U.S. Export-Import Bank's ability to operate for another nine months. The measure, passed with bipartisan support, also contains a separately approved authorization for the Defense Department to train and arm moderate Syrian rebels to fight Islamic State militants. The bill, which now moves to the Senate for consideration on Thursday, extends current funding levels for discretionary government programs and agencies through Dec. 16.