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See inside Kim and Kanye's mansion

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have opened the doors of their California mansion to Architectural Digest magazine, which defines it as a "wildly idiosyncratic family refuge in suburban Los Angeles." The couple had previously shown glimpses of the home via Instagram, but they have now revealed in detail how they transformed the estate -- which they bought in 2014 -- into a "futuristic Belgian monastery," as Kanye put it.

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Watch bushfire rips through treetops

More than 100 blazes are burning across the southeastern state of New South Wales in Australia, and some right on the doorstep of Sydney.

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His bullet-resistant doors are turning classrooms into safe rooms

Omer Barnes was stunned when he got the call from Adam Fried, the superintendent of his kids' school, asking how he could best fortify the classroom doors. Fried told him the Harrington Park School District in New Jersey was interested in the doors as part of a growing effort to keep children safe in the event of a shooting.

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Trump hosts second state dinner

The Trump administration held its second state dinner on Friday night in honor of the visit of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump opened the doors of the White House to dozens of invited guests to enjoy a seated, black-tie dinner under the stars in the Rose Garden. Melania Trump directed the overall look and feel of the dinner, which took several months to coordinate, from the menu of sunchoke ravioli and Dover sole, to the green and gold décor motif (inspired by Australia's national colors,) the floral centerpieces of roses and golden wattle (the visiting country's symbolic flower,) and the entertainment, which included the US Army Strings ensemble, who lined up single file to perform along the lengthy West Wing Colonnade.

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Buy a failing hospital and profit. This could be a dangerous new playbook for rich investors

For decades, Hahnemann University Hospital served as the main safety-net hospital for downtown Philadelphia's neediest residents. But last week, it released its last patient. Within a month, the hospital's 2,572 staff will all have been laid off, and the doors will close, leaving a gaping hole in the city's ability to serve its poor — not to mention any victims of trauma, like shootings or car accidents.

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