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  • Police Create Image of Jesus as a Child Using Shroud of Turin, Computer Forensics

    The National Police in Italy have reportedly created a digital an image of what they believe Jesus Christ looked like as a young child. Detectives used the Shroud of Turin -- a famous relic believed by some to be the burial cloth of Jesus -- to generate a photo of Jesus' face, The Independent…

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  • Water Mystery: Why an Oregon Lake Disappears Each Year

    A mysterious lake in Oregon fills up every winter and then as the season changes, water disappears through a 6-feet-wide hole on the shore, leaving the area dry before it later fills up again.

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  • Why Lauryn Hill Canceled Her Concert in Israel

    Hill had been scheduled to perform in Israel on May 7. Activists also used the popular song in a video to describe Israel's policies involving the Palestinians. Since serving time in prison for tax evasion in 2013, Hill, who won five Grammys for her solo album, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,"…

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  • How a Microwave Oven Stumped Astronomers for 17 Years

    For 17 years, a team of astronomers were baffled by a common microwave oven. When mysterious radio signals began interfering with Australia's Parkes radio telescope in 1998, it was believed they were coming from lightning strikes in the area. It wasn't until this year when the team installed a…

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  • The Reason Why Big Whales Make Gulping Food Look So Easy

    The reason whales make taking a big gulp look so easy: The mammals have stretchy nerves in their jaws allowing their tongue and mouth to nearly double in size.Researchers at the University of British Columbia discovered the unique nerve structure and published their findings in an article in the…

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  • Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez: The Most Daring Dresses From the Met Gala

    The Met Gala is always an opportunity for stars to take big fashion risks, and Monday night was no exception.From Kim Kardashian's barely-there Roberto Cavalli gown to Jennifer Lopez's Atelier Versace dress, many designers sent A-listers up the red carpet in ensembles that really showed off their…

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  • Dave Goldberg Died Due to Severe Head Trauma, Significant Blood Loss, Mexican Authorities Say

    The death of Dave Goldberg, CEO of SurveyMonkey and husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, was caused by severe head trauma and blood loss after he slipped and fell off a treadmill, Mexican authorities said today. Goldberg, 47, died last Friday in the Hospital of San Javier, near the Four…

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  • NFL Player Sen’Derrick Marks Takes Cancer Patient Khameyea Jennings to Senior Prom

    Jacksonville Jaguars player Sen’Derrick Marks accompanied Khameyea Jennings, an 18-year-old who has been battling cancer for two years, according to Dreams Come True, a local non-profit group that helped set up the dream date. I'm going to have a great night,” Marks told ABC News Affiliate WJXX-TV…

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  • Man Saved After Heart Stops in Middle of Highway

    Patrick Roark has a lot to be thankful for. His heart stopped while he was driving on Iowa's most crowded highway and he survived, thanks to his teenage son, a state trooper and a passing nurse.

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  • Kendall Jenner Tears Up When Talking About Bruce Jenner

    "I'm gonna get a tissue," she says, before returning and talking about how amazing of a father Bruce is. It's not clear from the clip what Bruce has told her, but the special will follow Bruce as he gets candid with his family about his transition.

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  • Vincent Van Gogh Rides the Subway ... Actually, It's a Brooklyn Man Who Looks Just Like Him

    Brooklyn-based actor Robert Reynolds gets stopped by strangers, though rarely because of his appearances in New York plays, he said.

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  • Beware the Vigilante Mom

    I was watching my almost 9-year-old daughter walk the two blocks home from our bus stop in our small private residential neighborhood, walking towards her as I normally do, to meet in the middle ... when it happened. A woman pushing a baby stroller stopped her and began asking questions.

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  • Princess Charlotte Meets Her Great-Grandmother, Queen Elizabeth

    Princess Charlotte was introduced to the world just 10 hours after her birth on Saturday, but today the newborn had her most high-profile introduction to date -- meeting her great-grandmother, the Queen. Charlotte, the daughter of Prince William and Duchess Kate, was given a middle name of…

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  • Jumpsuit Could Be the Next Big Thing in Workout Wear

    Given the popularity of the jumpsuit on the runway and on the city streets, perhaps it was only a matter of time until the style made its way to the gym. The workout jumpsuit could be the next big thing in workout wear. Koral Activewear, Splits59 and Live the Process are all now selling the…

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  • Wisconsin Man Biking His Way to All 30 Major League Baseball Stadiums for Charity

    Matt Stoltz has set an ambitious goal for a good cause. The Wisconsin native is currently bicycling to all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums, an 11,300 mile cross-country ride. The 22-year-old hopes to raise around $100,000 for Biking for Baseball, a Denver-based nonprofit that helps raise…

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  • Family of Motorist in Deadly Metro-North Crash Plans to Sue

    The family of a motorist involved in a deadly crash with a Metro-North train outside of New York City plans to sue, saying the crossing where the accident happened is unsafe. Ellen Brody and six train passengers were killed in the Feb. 3 crash, which happened after Brody’s SUV stopped on the…

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  • Man's Sweet Resignation With Message on a Cake

    Most people try to quit quietly. Others, like Mark Herman, see it as a cause for celebration and go big.

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