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The Dalai Lama told a reporter that a female would have to be attractive to do his job, otherwise she wouldn't be of "much use." (The Telegraph)
The CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals announced he will not raise price of AIDS drug Daraprim to $750 a pill. (Raw Story)
Volkswagen's CEO has stepped down after a massive recall earlier this week. Some 500,000 vehicles sold were actually in violation of Environmental Protection Agency standards. (Refinery29)
A 24-year-old man in California punched a 78-year-old man over free Nutella waffle samples in Costco. People, please. (Los Angeles Times)
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FBI officials recovered Hillary Clinton's deleted emails from the private computer server she used as secretary of state. (Bloomberg)
Syracuse University is getting rid of its "kiss cam" during halftime. Students were concerned it encouraged sexual assault. (Mashable)
Crimson Peak: Horror movie, plus peep show? Tom Hiddleston's butt makes an appearance to "redress the balance" of Hollywood's use of female nudity. (The Mary Sue)
Fidgeting is actually good for you. A new study found that "high fidgeters" helped combat sitting at a desk and staring at a screen all day. (The Guardian)
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