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  • Parents’ Pressure Could Be Lowering Children’s Enrollment in Youth Sports

    Are parents taking all the fun out of kids playing sports these days? That’s exactly what some experts are saying, by taking the competitive edge to the extreme it could be having negative effects on your child’s desires to play. A survey by the Sports and Fitness Industry Association has…

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  • Halloween 2015: Top Costume Trends

    October is here -- and that means that it is officially time to begin thinking about your Halloween costume! According to new data from Pinterest, the National Retail Federation and Halloween costume retailer Spirit Halloween, this year's hottest costume trends include big-name superheroes, fairy…

    Good Morning America22 mins ago
  • McDonald's Breakfast: What You Can't Get on All-Day Menu

    The first day of McDonald's national roll-out of its all-day breakfast is here, but before you get your hopes up, here's what you can and can't order.The long-awaited menu for breakfast fans will vary by location. For those who love McGriddle sandwiches, you're out of luck. That item isn't a part…

    Good Morning America28 mins ago
  • Steve Jobs as You've Never Seen Him Before

    The videos – played Monday for Apple employees, and obtained by ABC News – feature Jobs in conversations with his colleagues. The visionary behind the Macintosh personal computer, the iPod and iPhone can be seen onscreen in two films, the documentary “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine,” and the…

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  • Dams Breached, Bridges Collapse Amid South Carolina Flooding

    While rain has stopped falling in South Carolina, the deadly storm continues to bring devastation, with numerous dams breached and damage expected to top $1 billion. President Obama has signed a disaster declaration for federal aid to help with recovery efforts, and more than 1,300 National Guard…

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  • The Supreme Court’s 2015 Term: Inside the Key Cases and Big Issues

    The U.S. Supreme Court justices took the bench Monday and like last term, this one is shaping up to be a blockbuster -- with affirmative action in college admissions, unions and legislative districts at issue. This is the second time the court will consider this case, in which plaintiff Abigail…

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  • Man Wrestled Gun Away from Armed Intruder in Heart-stopping Confrontation

    A San Francisco man said he saw his life flash before his eyes during a terrifying fight with an armed home invader in his garage -- grabbing the suspect's gun and slapping away his knife in an incident captured on stunning video footage. Bill Oxidean, a father of two, was in his garage when he…

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  • Seattle High School Football Player Dies Days After Being Injured

    A high school football player died at a Seattle hospital today, days after he suffered an injury while playing, officials said. Kenney Bui, a high school senior, died before noon PST today, a rep for Harborview Medical Center told ABC News. Bui, who played wide receiver and defensive back, was…

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  • Passenger Describes 'Heavy Thud' as Amtrak Train Derailed in Vermont

    An Amtrak passenger said he heard a "really heavy thud" as the train derailed over an embankment near Northfield, Vermont, this morning, injuring seven people. "The car was shaking from side to side and I could tell something was going off the tracks," Ian Turpin, 24, from Brooklyn, New York, told…

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  • ‘Dancing With the Stars’ 2015: Gary Busey Voted Off in Week Four, Vows to Remain In ‘Spirit’

    Based on their performances from the previous two weeks, Busey and Carlos PenaVega were both in jeopardy of going home tonight, but Busey had the lowest combined total of viewers’ votes and judges’ scores. He had more of his trademark comments when Andrews asked for his reaction upon being…

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  • Demi Lovato Opens Up About Mental Health

    Singing sensation Demi Lovato wants Congress to make mental health a top priority and she heads to Capitol Hill Tuesday to meet with members of Congress to raise awareness of mental illness. Earlier today she spoke candidly at the National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual Hill Day in…

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  • Caleb Logan Bratayley Has Died at 13

    YouTube celebrity Caleb Logan Bratayley has died from an "undetected medical condition," his family said in a statement. In a statement posted later on Instagram, the family said: "Sadly, tests have confirmed today that Caleb passed away from an undetected medical condition. Since Caleb’s death,…

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  • Top Haunted NYC Apartment Buildings

    Everyone knows real estate is king in New York City, even the places with a dark past. While many people would avoid living in a haunted house like the plague, some of the city's most expensive real estate is rumored to be haunted. NewYork.com has shared with ABC News its picks for New York…

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  • American Airlines Pilot Dies Mid-Flight

    An American Airlines pilot died mid-flight after experiencing a medical emergency Monday morning, airline officials said. The pilot, Capt. Michael Johnston, 57, was flying from Phoenix to Boston when the plane was forced to land in Syracuse, New York. "Capt. Johnston was piloting Flight #550 from…

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  • Kris Jenner Upset About Caitlyn Jenner's Comments in Magazine Article

    On Sunday night's episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," the Kardashian family was not pleased with Caitlyn Jenner's comments about her ex-wife Kris Jenner in her Vanity Fair article. Kim Kardashian, 34, read the article while she was in Nashville for an appearance, unhappy with Caitlyn’s…

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  • Oregon Umpqua Shooting Survivor Recalls Terrifying Moments Inside Classroom

    A student who survived the deadly shooting at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College by pretending to be dead told ABC News about the events on that fateful day. “I could hear everyone breathing hard and freaking out and crying,” Anastasia Boylan, 18, said.

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  • See a Moose on the Loose Through New Hampshire Streets

    A moose was spotted running through the streets of Manchester, New Hampshire -- and the sighting was all caught on video.The animal was seen around the New Hampshire town’s West Side just before 9 a.m. on Sunday, according to ABC affiliate WMUR.In the video, the moose is seen jumping over cars,…

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