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Saturday Headlines: We need to talk about Facebook.

A suspect has been arrested in connection with the London Tube bombing.

"He doesn't so much act as much as he merely behaves on camera." This video retrospective shows why Harry Dean Stanton, who died on Friday at the age of 91, is the G.O.A.T. character actor.

The Cleveland Indians' 22-game winning streak is longer than some of its players' major-league careers.

“Until this week, when we asked Facebook about it, the world’s largest social network enabled advertisers to direct their pitches to the news feeds of almost 2,300 people who expressed interest in the topics of “Jew hater,” “How to burn jews,” or, “History of ‘why jews ruin the world.’”

Russia says that artists who receive state funding must only do what is in the state's interests.

Trump haters and supporters across San Francisco agree equally: Pelosi should make deals wherever possible.

“China wants to make North Korea feel the pain and at the same time leave an exit for North Korea to return to negotiating table. What China is doing is risk-taking. If North Korea continues to provoke, China will be cornered.” China may not want an oil embargo, but it is exceeding current sanctions. And then another missile gets launched.

Expensive cups of coffee in America and Europe have turned around Africa's lagging coffee industry.

Among words that appear in reviews of doctors, "friendly" leads the positives, "appointment" leads the negatives.

Report: A mere "30-70 men" donate sperm in Canada, therefore it imports the "precious bodily fluid" from the States.

Tokyo gets the world's first inflatable concert hall. About 500 people can fit inside.

“the Ode is pushing nanas off bridges, / detonating them with dynamite, / tying them to railroad tracks with / squeaky young rope, pouring big glugs / into them out of the skull-and-crossbones / bottle, the Ode is checking / its pocketwatch, which points always to death-to-old-ladies o’clock” Your weekend poem: “The Ode on a Grecian Urn,” by Patricia Lockwood, in which the Keats poem is whacking biddies.

Meet Austin Horse, a New York City bike courier so awarded, he's sponsored by Red Bull.

A very pretty and weird claymation short by Romaine Granger, with Yasuaki Shimizu’s “Utsukushiki Tennen” for score.

Pushing the boundaries of our world, one flower at a time.