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  • The Post-Convention Bounce: What to Watch for in the Race for the White House

    For decades, political conventions have marked one of the best moments to plead your case to the American electorate and generate momentum headed toward November. The convention bounce is a small -- or sometimes not-so-mall -- bump in a candidate’s support after the forceful messaging and…

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  • Haitian Band Entertains Passengers Who Were Stuck on a Plane for Six Hours

    When a United Airlines flight in Chicago was delayed for nearly six hours earlier this month, a Haitian band on board took it upon themselves to be the in-flight entertainment. On July 23 members of Port-au-Prince-based band Lakou Mizik treated their fellow passengers to an impromptu performance. …

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  • Missing London Cat Found 8 Years Later in Paris

    When Marna Gilligan's cat slipped out of her London home during a New Year's party eight years ago, she thought she'd never seen her again. That was until she got a call, saying that her cat, known as Moon Unit, had been found thanks to her microchip. Moon Unit, a domestic short-hair, had…

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  • San Diego Police Investigating After Cop Killed, Another Injured in 'Gut-Wrenching' Shooting, Chief Says

    Police are searching for more potential suspects after a police officer was killed and another cop was injured in a "gut-wrenching" shooting last night in San Diego. San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman, who called the shooting "gut wrenching" today in a press conference, explained that police…

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  • California Inmates Care for Deaf Dogs Evacuated From Shelter Due to Sand Fire

    A group of inmates at a California state prison are providing shelter, care and love for dozens of deaf dogs that were recently forced to evacuate a nearby shelter threatened by a wildfire. Nearly 50 dogs at the Deaf Dogs Rescue of America in Acton, California, were evacuated this past Sunday…

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  • Bear Cools Off With Dip in Backyard Pool

    A bear in California found relief from the heat in a local resident's swimming pool, as shown on a video released by a California police department."A resident shared this video with us of a bear cooling off in the family pool this morning. ...

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  • Conservatives Lash Out at Actor Bradley Cooper for Appearance at Democratic National Convention

    Political conservatives have raised an outcry online after seeing “American Sniper” star Bradley Cooper among attendees at the Democratic National Convention in the actor's hometown of Philadelphia. Cooper earned critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for his turn in the 2014 hit film about…

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  • Clinton Embarks on Bus Tour Courting Anti-Trump Republicans

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, fresh off her historic week in Philadelphia, kicked off the last 100 days of her campaign by embarking on a bus tour that will be part of a concerted effort by the Clinton campaign to court anti-Donald Trump Republican voters. The three-day tour…

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  • Heartbroken Family Hopes Baby’s Death From Whooping Cough Raises Awareness

    A California couple grieving the loss of their infant son from whooping cough is vowing to raise awareness of the disease.Ty'Ree Rodgers of San Diego told ABC News that his 3-week-old, Jaxon Rodgers, died July 15 from the effects of whooping cough. Rodgers and his girlfriend, Jonalyn Lema, both 24,…

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  • Zika Cases Spike in Puerto Rico as Virus Spreads 'Silently and Rapidly'

    The Zika virus is rapidly spreading though Puerto Rico, leading to more than 5,500 infections, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported today. Puerto Rico has been dealing with the Zika outbreak for months, and Zika infections have spiked recently, rising from 14 percent…

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  • US Olympic Women's Basketball Team Going for 6th Gold Medal

    The U.S. Olympic women's basketball team is ready for Rio. "Well luckily, a lot of them had played in previous Olympics and lot of them were together in London so, there's not a lot that you have to do that's brand new and they're all so unselfish and they all want to play together and they all…

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  • What to Know About First Local Zika Outbreak in Continental US

    For the first time in the continental U.S. the Zika virus has been spread locally through infected mosquitoes. Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced the first local Zika outbreak today, saying that four people have been infected. Here's what you need to know about the latest Zika outbreak.

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  • First Outbreak of Locally Transmitted Zika Virus Confirmed in Continental US

    An outbreak of the Zika virus has been confirmed in Florida, marking the first time the virus has been found to be transmitted via infected mosquitoes within the continental U.S. The outbreak has infected at least four people, three men and one woman, through local transmission, Florida officials…

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  • 'Cupcake' the Horse Pulled From Muddy Water in 2-Hour Rescue

    The horse, named Cupcake, fell from exhaustion in a muddy area in Cherry Creek State Park in Aurora, Colorado. The owner of Cupcake, whose name was not released, sat by the 13-year-old horse’s side and used her hat to shade the horse as a 15-member rescue crew arrived. More firefighters later…

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  • Get Your First Look at Tyler Hoechlin's New Superman

    @TylerL_Hoechlin is joining her as Superman!" the show tweeted. "It wasn't hard," to get Superman on the show, producer Sarah Schechter told the audience. Clark Kent, aka Superman, is historically Supergirl's cousin.

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  • Halsey Reveals She Suffered a Miscarriage Hours Before a Performance Last Year

    Halsey had a frightening experience when she suffered a miscarriage while on tour last year. The 21-year-old, whose birth name is Ashley Frangipane, tells Rolling Stone that she got pregnant before her debut studio album "Badlands" was released in August 2015. "I'm like, 'I have to cancel this…

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  • Meryl Streep Admits she Once Thought her Career Would End at age 40

    In an interview with WSJ Magazine following the premier of her latest movie, 'Florence Foster Jenkins', Streep opened up about the age barriers for women in Hollywood that once seemed more impenetrable than now.

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  • Teen Battling Bone Cancer Marries High School Sweetheart in Hospital

    When Swift Myers and Abbi Myers, nee Ruicker, wed on Sunday, it was from the bed at an Oklahoma hospital where Swift Myers, 18, has spent the last month battling cancer. "I was in shock," Abbi said of the outpouring of love.

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  • After Historic Democratic Convention, Celebrities Take to Social Media

    What's a historic night without celebrity Instagrams and tweets to follow?Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic Party's presidential nomination Thursday night in Philadelphia, making history as the first woman nominee for a major party. As the star-studded Democratic National Convention came to a…

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  • The Evolution of Matt Damon and 'Jason Bourne'

    Today, the name Matt Damon is synonymous with Jason Bourne. The Oscar-winner has been playing the amnesiac spy for almost 15 years now and is back in his fourth turn as "Bourne" to the delight of fans worldwide. You can literally see Damon progress from an early 30's young actor taking on his…

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