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The Oklahoma Supreme Court today ordered the removal of a Ten Commandments monument from the state’s capitol, according to KOCO in Oklahoma City. The Court ruled that the monument, as a religious symbol, “violates the state's constitutional ban on using public property to benefit a religion.” The 7-2 ruling overturns a previous decision by a lower court judge. The state’s attorney general, Scott Pruitt, said that the monument is historic, and that it parallels a similar monument in Texas, which the U.S. Supreme Court deemed constitutional. The Oklahoma justices said, however, that the Oklahoma monument violates their state constitution, not the U.S. Constitution. In a statement, Pruitt suggested that he will seek repeal. Discuss

Marvel has released a new look at the upcoming big-budget adaptation Ant-Man, which hits theaters July 17. Sure, the suit looks cool and, like most Marvel flicks, the effects are impressive. But can Paul Rudd really make a movie about a superhero who has the power of ants compete with The Avengers? We will find out soon enough. In the meantime, here’s a clip of Ant-Man testing out his ant suit for the first time ... Discuss

Redditor CarlosDanger100 has decided to use his Photoshop ability for the ultimate worthy cause: Putting Nicolas Cage’s face on every character in the show Game of Thrones. Even if you are not a fan of the controversial HBO show, it’s still fun to look through the images and imagine Cage in the role he was born to play: Every role on TV and film that has ever existed ... Discuss

Officials in Liberia say that a 17-year-old has died after contracting the Ebola virus. The news comes 52 days after the World Health Organization declared that the country was free from the deadly disease. At least 11,000 people died during the massive Ebola outbreak that struck Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, though the area where the latest Liberian case was discovered is not near any borders. Several dozen new infection cases are still being reported on a weekly basis in Sierra Leone and Guinea. Discuss

For the first time, the radical Islamic group ISIS has publically beheaded two civilian women—along with their husbands—accusing them of witchcraft. An official from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told The Daily Beast that witnesses confirmed the killings. Though ISIS has previously executed female Kurdish fighters, this marks the first known time that they’ve publicly executed a non-military woman. ISIS said the two couples used “magic for medicine,” and told locals in the eastern governorate of Deir ez-Zor to come out and watch them be brutally executed for their "crimes." Discuss

For the last 30 years while hosting Jeopardy, Alex Trebek has been waiting for this moment. Watch America’s game show host finally show off the rapping skills you've always known he's had. You missed your true calling, Trebek. Discuss