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  • At Least 2 Unaccounted for After NYC Building Fire, Official Says

    Two people were unaccounted for after a building explosion led to a seven-alarm fire in New York City, according to a New York Police Department official. The NYPD official identified one of those unaccounted for as Nicholas Figueroa, 23. Figueroa's father, Nick Figueroa, told ABC News his son…

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  • 'Fancy Nancy' Optioned by Disney Junior for 2017

    "Fancy Nancy" is coming to the small screen. The series has been optioned by Disney Junior for development of an original animated series and TV movie slated for 2017, the network and publisher announced Friday. "Children have been captivated by Fancy Nancy's wit and irrepressible spirit for a…

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  • Germanwings Co-Pilot May Have Hidden Illness, No Suicide Note Found: German Prosecutor

    There are indications that the co-pilot of the Germanwings aircraft that crashed into the French Alps Tuesday hid an illness from his employers, German prosecutors said in a statement Friday morning. In addition, a search of the the home of the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, yielded no suicide note,…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    It was unclear how many people were inside the building when the fire occurred, according to the New York City Fire Department. The home from which Huskins, 29, was reportedly taken belongs to Quinn, 30.

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  • Germanwings Crash: What We Know About the Flight's Harrowing Final 10 Minutes

    Audio from inside the cockpit indicates co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, a 27-year-old German citizen, was in control of the Airbus A320. "The intention was to destroy the plane," Robin said.

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  • No Kidding: Seattle Police Go On Wild Goat Chase

    Police in Seattle were able to stop a wild situation before it got worse on Thursday after 10 goats escaped from a yard.According to the Seattle Police Department, a group of kids reported being chased by another group of kids at about 1:15 p.m. Thursday. The only catch was that the second group of…

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  • Zac Efron's Girlfriend Sami Miró Opens Up About Their Relationship

    Zac Efron has more than 10 million Twitter followers, and a good number of those people are fans who are completely obsessed with him.His girlfriend, model Sami Miró, admitted that that online attention makes the relationship "definitely different.""I think that you have to take that with a grain…

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  • Massive Alligator Spotted Again on Florida Golf Course

    A massive alligator seen roaming a Florida golf course has been spotted again. The alligator, apparently named "Goliath," was seen eating a turtle on Thursday morning at the Myakka Pines Golf Course in Englewood, Florida, according to the club's Facebook page.

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  • Boyfriend of Denise Huskins Says He Was Not Involved in a 'Hoax'

    "Our client has no responsibility for this kidnapping," said the attorney for Anthony Quinn, the man from whose home the woman was allegedly abducted. Police in Vallejo, California, said on Wednesday they found "no evidence to support the claims" that Denise Huskins was abducted from a home there…

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  • Pint-Size 'Katniss' Reportedly Sets National Archery Record in India

    A pint-sized archer made news this week after reportedly breaking a national archery record in India at age 2. Dolly Shivani Cherukuri is days away from her third birthday but she already is a star athlete after setting a national archery record, according to the AFP. At an archery event at the…

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  • New Jersey Man Sues Builders Over $1.6 Million 'Uninhabitable' House

    The $1.6 million “dream house” a New Jersey man had built for his wife 10 years ago has become a never-ending nightmare for him. When the house in Florham Park, New Jersey, was completed in 2007, Humayun Akhtar, 66, discovered the home’s interior and exterior had cracks and that the house was…

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  • Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings Co-Pilot, Received Training in Arizona

    Andreas Lubitz, 27, was a German citizen and started working for Germanwings' parent company Lufthansa at a flight training center outside of Phoenix in 2008, company officials said. The facility, called Airline Training Center Arizona, was owned by Lufthansa and is used by its pilots in addition…

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  • Kerry Washington Reveals She Live Tweeted 'Scandal' While in Labor

    Washington and her husband, former NFL player Nnamdi Asomugha, welcomed their first child, Isabelle Amarachi, in April 2014.

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  • Germanwings Crash: How the Co-Pilot Kept the Captain Out of the Cockpit

    The CEO of Lufthansa, which owns Germanwings, spoke today about the safeguards in place to separate the cockpit from the rest of the plane, saying that the co-pilot appears to have purposefully locked his colleague out in the minutes leading up to the fatal crash. CEO Carsten Spohr said that the…

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  • Germanwings Co-Pilot Appeared to Want to 'Destroy the Plane': Prosecutor

    The co-pilot of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps this week appeared to want to "destroy the plane," Brice Robin, public prosecutor of Marseille, said today. Speaking at a news conference conducted mostly in French, Robin confirmed reports about the pilot being heard on the…

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  • This Dress With 17 Pounds of Sprinkles Will Make You the Sweetest Belle at the Ball

    Keep the ice cream cone. Now you can have an entire dress topped with sprinkles!Sarah Bryan, the beautician in Wakefield, England, who also created this delicious Skittles dress, is back. And this time she’s using a different type of rainbow -- 17 pounds of rainbow sprinkles to be exact.This Woman…

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  • The Beastie Boys Are Officially Done

    Beastie Boys member Adam Horovitz just confirmed what most loyal fans basically knew: The band is not coming back. After fellow member Adam Yauch died at age 47 in 2012 from cancer, Horovitz a.k.a. Adam Yauch started the band.

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