• 'Back to the Future' Had a Reunion for 30th Anniversary

    Ahead of the 30th anniversary of "Back the the Future," some of the cast like Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and others held a special screening on Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl and spoke about the film's longevity three decades later. "Back to the Future" was one of the first films that…

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  • Fireworks Won't Fly on July 4th, TSA Says

    The Transportation Security Administration would like to take this opportunity to remind you fireworks are not permitted on planes this Fourth of July weekend, or any other time of the year for that matter."Most fireworks are meant to fly high in the sky, but never via a commercial aircraft," the…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    Leonardo Pereira said he admits to being afraid the first time he ever allowed himself to dangle from the almost 3,000-foot cliff of Pedra da Gavea in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. "The first time I was a bit scared," Pereira told ABC News. As allegations emerged about the potential relationship…

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  • How Arnold Schwarzenegger Got Back in Shape for 'Terminator'

    It's been more than 30 years since the first "Terminator" when Arnold Schwarzenegger was in insane shape and years removed from a championship bodybuilding career. For the latest installment in the series, "Terminator Genisys," Arnold has to face off against a version of his past self, so being in…

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  • Thousands Evacuated After Train Hauling Chemicals Catches Fire in Tennessee

    A train carrying chemicals caught fire overnight in Maryville, Tennessee, displacing up to 5,000 people, authorities said. The CSX train was traveling from Cincinnati to Waycross, Georgia when the fire broke out, said Kristin Seay with CSX Corporate Communications. Local fire authorities ordered…

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  • Shark Attack: Man Airlifted to Hospital After 7th Reported Incident in North Carolina

    A 68-year-old man was hospitalized after he was attacked by a 6-7 foot shark today off the coast of Ocracoke Island in North Carolina, Hyde County and National Park Service officials said. The victim, identified by the hospital as Andrew Costello, was bitten on his left side in his lower leg and…

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  • Clinton Correctional Facility Eliminates 'Honor Block' and Institutes Stricter Regulations in Wake of Escape

    New York State corrections officials instituted a set of stricter regulations in the wake of the historic escape of two inmates from a maximum security prison, including eliminating the "honor block," which gave inmates special privileges and checking cells and the catwalks behind them every week,…

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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Complete Results

    Photos: US Women's Soccer Team Headed to World Cup Final5 Biggest Moments in US Soccer Team HistoryESPN: Complete Coverage of Canada 2015Group A:June 6Canada 1, China 0Netherlands 1, New Zealand 0June 11China 1, Netherlands 0Canada 0, New Zealand 0June 15Netherlands 1, Canada 1China 2, New Zealand…

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  • Teen Bitten by Shark Off Isle of Palms, South Carolina

    A teenage boy was bitten by a shark in Isle of Palms, South Carolina -- the latest in a string of incidents has made headlines in recent weeks.According to Isle of Palms Fire Chief Ann Graham, the boy was bitten on his leg Tuesday evening after 6 p.m. and suffered non life-threatening injuries.“It…

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  • TV Land Pulls 'Dukes of Hazzard' Reruns

    A week after Warner Bros. announced it would no longer sanction the manufacturing of "Dukes of Hazzard" merchandise featuring the flag, TV Land announced it's pulling reruns of the 1980s’ TV series featuring John Schneider and Tom Wopat as Bo and Luke Duke in fictional Hazzard County, Georgia.

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  • South Carolina School Custodian Who Lost Home in Fire Gets New House Thanks to Students

    After years of taking care of her school, a custodian got the thank you of a lifetime.Brenda Hurst, who’s been the head custodian at Boiling Springs High School in Boiling Springs, South Carolina, for the last 20 years, finally has a place to call home thanks to her students and community.High…

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  • President Obama Says He's 'Not Buying' New York Times Advice to Add Peas to Guacamole

    President Obama has officially settled #GuacGate2015, the Internet's intense reaction to a controversial New York Times tweet today saying, "Add green peas to your guacamole. Trust us."The verdict? Obama, like the majority of America, isn't buying the ideas of peas in his guac.Obama added he…

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  • Joe Manganiello Opens Up About Battles With Addiction

    Back in late 2013, Manganiello told HuffPost Live that he dealt with his addiction in his late twenties after it got in the way of his career. Manganiello said he may someday use his story in a creative outlet.

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  • Robin Thicke Was 'Very Surprised' By the 'Blurred Lines' Case Verdict

    In March, a jury ruled that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams copied parts of Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" to make their hit "Blurred Lines."Thicke couldn't believe it."I was surprised. Very surprised. Obviously, that’s why we’re appealing," he told The New York Times. "I know the difference…

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  • Homeless Florida Man's Beautiful Piano Performance Might Earn Him a Job

    One passerby, Aurore Henry, took notice of the bearded mystery man as he sat at the piano effortlessly playing a beautiful rendition of Styx’s “Come Sail Away.” She was so impressed with his talents that she uploaded the video of his sidewalk serenade to her Facebook page where it now has a…

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  • 'Terminator Genisys' Movie Review: Arnold Is Back!

    The beginning of "Terminator Genisys" is promising. Some humans survived the nuclear holocaust and, led by John Connor, eventually rose up against the machines. Kyle tells us all about John and what a swell guy he is.

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  • Mom Blogger Takes First Photo-Friendly White House Tour

    Denise Albert, the co-founder of TheMOMS.com and the host of SiriusXM's "The MOMS with Denise & Melissa," was one of the visitors on the first White House tour in more than 40 years to allow photography (Cue the selfies!). Being invited to the White House as just one of 40 people to take part in…

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