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Dior and More as Paris Couture Week Continues

By Thomas Adamson | Jul 7
Celebrities such as Lupita Nyong'o and Emily Blunt sparkled in the heat at Christian Dior's vivid couture show, hosted in a timeless conservatory in Paris. It was the highlight of Monday's fall-winter 2015-16 Paris Couture Week.

Atlantic City Bets on Non-Gambling Attractions

By Wayne Parry | Jul 7
Atlantic City's efforts to recapture some of the tourism dollars it has lost to casino competition in recent years finally appear to be working.

Skinny Dipping: Oreos Get a Makeover

By Candice Choi | Jul 7
Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a "sophisticated" snack for grown-ups that isn't meant to be twisted or dunked.

'Amy' :: Doc Tells the Tragic Story of Doomed Singer

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 7
There's palatable interest in Asif Kapadia's new doc "Amy," which tells the tragic story of late singer Amy Winehouse. Kapadia spoke to EDGE about his unusual approach to making this documentary.

Final News of the World Journalist Sentenced Over Hacking

By Jill Lawless | Jul 7
Four years after a phone-hacking scandal sank the News of the World, the last of the tabloid's journalists to face charges has been sentenced.

After Vote Win, Greek Leaders Face Pressure to Restart Talks

By Derek Gatopoulous, Angela Charlton | Jul 7
Despite triumphing in a popular vote against austerity, Greece's leaders faced the urgent need to heal ties with European creditors and reach a financial rescue deal to prevent it from falling out of the euro - possibly within days.

Starbucks Prices Go Up for Some Drinks 5 to 20 Cents

Jul 7
Starbucks is raising prices again starting today, with the increases ranging from 5 to 20 cents for most affected drinks, the company said. The Seattle-based company also raised prices nationally about a year ago.

Crude Oil Tumbles 8 Pct, Points to Low Gas Prices this Fall

By Jonathan Fahey | Jul 7
A slew of global economic and geopolitical factors are working to pummel the price of oil and set up U.S. drivers for very low gasoline prices later this year.

Hamptons Building Backlash

By Frank Eltman | Jul 7
Mansions are as synonymous with the Hamptons as manicured lawns and white sandy beaches. But some in tony villages on eastern Long Island are looking to slow down, or even stop, a growing trend of building ever-larger homes on small lots.

First U.S. Measles Death in 12 Years Amid Vaccine Fight

Jul 7
Washington state health officials confirmed Thursday that pneumonia caused by measles killed an unidentified woman this spring.

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