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PopUps: You Can Buy Regina George's 'Mean Girls' Mansion for $14.8 M

By Jason St. Amand | May 22
"Grool" news everyone: If you've got $14.8 laying around you can buy the mansion featured in the 2004, still quotable film, "Mean Girls." How fetch!

5 Things to Know About Ireland's Gay Marriage Referendum

By Shawn Pogatchnik | May 22
Ireland's voters decide Friday whether to legalize gay marriage. While 19 other nations and most U.S. states have already done so, Ireland is the first to hold a national vote. Though voting is Friday, results won't be announced until Saturday.

IS Captures Iraqi Town, Purges Opponents in Syria's Palmyra

By Sameer N. Yacoub and Bassem Mroue | May 22
Islamic State militants have seized another town in Iraq's western Anbar province less than a week after capturing the provincial capital, a tribal leader said Friday.

South Korea Court Frees Korean Air 'Nut Rage' Executive

By Youkyung Lee | May 22
A South Korean court Friday suspended the prison term of the former Korean Air executive whose onboard "nut rage" tantrum delayed a flight last year, immediately ending her incarceration.

Ireland Votes on Legalizing Gay Marriage; Church is Opposed

May 22
For months, Ireland has debated whether to legalize gay marriage. Now it's time to vote, and the choice is a simple yes or no.

Cross-Dressing Diva Conchita Wurst to Putin: Let's Hang Out

May 21
Conchita Wurst would like to hang out with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Islamic State in Control of Palmyra Ruins, Activists Say

By Albert Aji and Bassem Mroue | May 21
Islamic State militants overran the famed archaeological site at Palmyra early on Thursday, just hours after seizing the central Syrian town, activists and officials said.

Argentine Judges Blasted for Another Sex Abuse Ruling

By Peter Prengaman | May 21
Two Argentine judges who have come under fire for sharply reducing the sentence of a child abuser were already under scrutiny for easing the sentence of a pastor convicted of abusing two teenage girls.

Irish Premier: 'Create History' By Voting For Gay Marriage

May 21
Prime Minister Enda Kenny has appealed to Ireland's voters to support the legalization of gay marriage in a referendum that pits the power of the Catholic Church against his secular-minded government.

US Group: Foreign Authors Censored in China Without Knowing

May 20
A U.S.-based advocacy group is warning Western authors to be vigilant of censorship of their work in China's fast-growing book publishing industry. Sometimes it's done without their knowledge.

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