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  • The 10 Cheapest Hotels on Oyster.com Right Now

    Every day, we're adding dozens of hotels to our site, and recently we've been introducing Oyster fans to quite a few properties in Thailand that come at quite low prices. You'll be "splurging" if you stay at the hotel that's $21 a night, and some of these spots are actually pretty nice!

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  • Devon Still: Daughter Leah Has 'Serious Complication' in Cancer Fight

    Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still is seeking prayers tonight for his young daughter, Leah, after reporting a setback in her fight against cancer. Still received the devastating news last year that his daughter Leah was fighting for her life. At age 4, Leah had been diagnosed with a…

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  • ‘Fat Femme’ Yogi’s Instagram Mission: Yoga Is For Everyone

    A North Carolina yogi is causing a sensation on social media by breaking down body stereotypes with her personal photos. Jessamyn Stanley, 27, who lives in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, and posts to Instagram under the handle @mynameisjessamyn, has attracted more than 42,000 followers in the…

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  • Rumer Willis Shares Her Diet and Workout Secrets

    When Rumer Willis took home the mirror ball trophy on "Dancing with the Stars" earlier this month, a lot was said about her dance moves.But after she shared a photo of herself in a bikini on Instagram, talk has begun to focus on the singer's figure."I pretty much eat the same things. I mean French…

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  • Michael Jackson's 'Neverland' Hits Market With New Name

    Michael Jackson's former California ranch "Neverland" is hitting the market for $100 million. Sotheby's and Hilton and Hyland have the listing, The Wall Street Journal first reported. Suzanne Perkins of Sotheby’s International Realty told ABC News the property is the "most spectacular ranch I've…

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  • FAA Probing Reports of Drones, Green Lasers Over New York

    The skies have been less than friendly to several commercial flights traveling over New York recently. The Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement that it was investigating a report of an unmanned aircraft being operated illegally near LaGuardia Airport around 11 a.m. today as a plane…

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  • Colorado Woman Enlists Craigslist to Rent a Family for Her Birthday

    Some people post job ads on Craigslist to paint their house or walk their dogs. Others, like Natalie Carson, post more unusual ones like trying to find a family she can rent for a day. The Westminster, Colorado, woman posted a heartfelt notice on Craigslist that she was looking to rent a family…

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  • 'The Big Bang Theory' Cast and Crew Launches Scholarship Fund for UCLA Students

    Reality and fiction have collided at UCLA, as the cast and crew of the hit television series "The Big Bang Theory" have endowed a scholarship fund to provide financial aid to undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math at the school. The "Big Bang Theory"…

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  • Whitney Bischoff Speaks Out After Split From Chris Soules

    Whitney Bischoff may be dealing with a breakup, but at least she's getting love from her fans. The "Bachelor" star posted a video on Instagram of a little girl welcoming her back to Chicago, and thanked her followers for their well wishes. Bischoff, a fertility nurse, and "Bachelor" Chris Soules…

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  • Diamond Ring Missing For 30 Years Found in Log Cabin

    A diamond ring missing for around 30 years was found in the rubble of a 465-square-foot log cabin being dismantled to be relocated to a museum. Roger Austin, and his wife, Carol Austin, are two of the people working to take apart the cabin in Lisbon, New York, and relocate it to the nearby St.…

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  • 'Hope' Poster Artist Shepard Fairey Says Obama Let Him Down

    The artist behind one of the defining images of the 2008 presidential campaign – the “Hope” poster – says President Obama has not lived up to the ideal expressed in the artwork. In an interview with Esquire, artist Shepard Fairey said Obama hasn’t even come close to embodying the break with the…

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  • Hudson River Kayak Case: Angelika Graswald Pleads Not Guilty

    Angelika Graswald pleaded not guilty today to charges that she intentionally killed her fiance, Vincent Viafore, on a kayaking trip on the Hudson River last month. Graswald has been charged with second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of her fiance, whose body was found…

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  • Time to Brush Up on the TSA's Tips for Family Fliers

    School’s (almost) out for summer, and family vacations are about to take off. Infant carriers: Great for getting babies through the airport and using their stroller for luggage transport, which is exactly what I do. The baby needs to be held in the arms of the parent or guardian.

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  • 92-Year-Old Finally Graduates High School: 'I Enjoyed Every Bit of It'

    World War II veteran Charles Benning fulfilled a lifelong dream Thursday: The 92-year-old received an honorary diploma from Yellow Springs High School in Ohio. "I was born and raised in Yellow Springs," Benning said. As an African-American in the U.S. military, Benning endured verbal abuse and…

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  • Man Discovers Cat Gave Birth to 4 Kittens in Bird's Nest in Ireland

    While most people would expect to find birds in nests, Irish pet store owner Henry McGauley says he recently discovered four newborn kittens in a pigeon's nest on a tree in the back garden of his home. "Henry had heard squawking in the morning, and he didn't know what it was, so he went up the…

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  • Holy Cow! Scientists Decipher Mystery of How Swiss Cheese Holes Appear

    It's been a dairy mystery for ages, but scientists have finally solved the riddle of what forms the distinctive holes in Swiss cheese. Scientists from the Switzerland-based Agroscope Institute for Food Sciences figured out that microscopic particles of "hay dust" were getting trapped in the…

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  • Dozens Push London Double-Decker Bus Off Trapped Cyclist

    Dozens of onlookers pushed a double-decker bus off a cyclist whose leg was trapped under the vehicle after a collision in east London Thursday, a witness told ABC News. "They tried lifting the bus for about fifteen minutes before help came," Mustafa, an employee at a nearby store who declined to…

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