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  • One Direction Releases New Single, 'Drag Me Down'

    One Direction fans are having a great morning today. The band released a new track, "Drag Me Down," and the four members, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson appeared on a short video to plug the song. The song made its TV debut on "Good Morning America," when the band also…

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  • Facebook's Internet Drone: How It Works

    Mark Zuckerberg revealed the social network has completed production on Aquila, its first solar-powered drone that could one day help beam the Internet into some of the world's most remote areas. Running completely on solar power, Zuckerberg said it's expected the plane could fly for months at a…

    Good Morning America28 mins ago
  • Drea De Matteo Gets Engaged During Whitesnake Concert

    "Sopranos" star Drea De Matteo and Whitesnake bass player Michael Devin are engaged.Even better, the big moment happened during a concert.In a fan video posted to YouTube, the proposal happened at Trump Casino in Atlantic City on July 25.Read: Drea De Matteo's Apartment Among Those Destroyed in the…

    Good Morning America28 mins ago
  • MH370 Probe: Man Describes Finding Piece That Could Unravel Missing Jet Mystery

    Johnny Begue and his friend were out looking for stones earlier this week on Reunion Island when he stumbled upon a piece of an airplane wing washed up on the sand."I asked my friend to come help pick it up. First we thought that we'd use it as a piece of decoration and then we thought because it's…

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  • Cecil the Lion: New Details Emerge Into the Moments Before He Was Shot

    The American dentist who acknowledged earlier this week that he shot Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe had “no idea” that he had killed a beloved and famous lion who was wearing a GPS tracking collar, according to the tour guide’s lawyer. Professional hunter and guide Theo Bronkhorst was with Dr. Walter…

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  • Get Tickets to One Direction's 'GMA' Concert

    Come join us for GMA's Summer Concert Series with a performance by One Direction!

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  • This 19-Year-Old Will Spend the Next 25 Years as a Registered Sex Offender

    When Les and Amanda Anderson went to pick up their son from a county jail in St. Joseph, Michigan, it was the first time they had seen him in two and half months. “I was thinking just coming up here it’s like he shouldn’t be here,” Les Anderson said. Since his release last month, their son Zach…

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  • Lafayette Movie Theater Shooting: 911 Calls, Videos Reveal Moments Before, After Shooting

    Newly released surveillance footage, police dash-cam video and 911 calls show what happened just moments before and after a gunman opened fire in a Lafayette, Louisiana movie theater auditorium, where he killed two people and wounded nine others last week. Security video released today by…

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  • Angry Birds 2: What Makes This Version Different

    Angry Birds are taking flight once again. The latest edition, Angry Birds 2, includes everything players loved about the first game, with some additional surprises including sharper graphics, multi-stage levels and if you can believe it, even more destruction.

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  • US Officials Want Dentist Who Admitted to Killing Cecil the Lion to Contact Them 'Immediately'

    "The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is investigating the circumstances surrounding the killing of 'Cecil the lion,'" the agency told ABC News in a statement today. "At this point in time, however, multiple efforts to contact Dr. Walter Palmer have been unsuccessful.

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  • Gatwick Airport Introduces Meals to Make Fliers Happier

    But fliers traveling from London's Gatwick Airport will find mood-boosting food available, designed specifically to make fliers happier before boarding. The airport teamed up with nutritionist Jo Travers to become the first airport in the world to introduce a happiness guide on restaurant menus. …

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  • How Ronda Rousey Got Over Her Body Issues

    Ronda Rousey recently posed in Sports Illustrated for its swimsuit issue. Instead of dropping weight like most do before stripping down and putting on a bikini, the champion MMA fighter decided to pack on a few pounds."I felt like I was much too small for a magazine that is supposed to be…

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  • Tonkey the Teddy Bear-Looking Dog Is So Adorable It Hurts

    Meet Tonkey, a 4-month-old bear coat Shar Pei that is almost so adorable it hurts. The cute canine hails from Edmonton, Canada, where she lives with her owners Christine Park and boyfriend, Dave Ngu. Park and Ngu didn’t even know bear coats existed until doing their research to adopt a Shar Pei.

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  • Officer Ray Tensing Released on Bail After Arraignment on Murder Charges in Death of Samuel DuBose

    Police Officer Ray Tensing, who is accused of murdering Samuel DuBose during a traffic stop in Cincinnati, was released Thursday evening hours after his arraignment on a murder indictment. Tensing, 25, was indicted Wednesday on one count of murder and one count of voluntary manslaughter for the…

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  • #LettersFromCamp Reveals Hilarity of What Goes Through Kids' Minds

    Kids say the darnedest things.Luckily for social media, they also write the darnedest things.The hashtag #LettersFromCamp is taking off on Twitter and Instagram, with parents sharing with the world the hilarious and awkward things their kids are writing home from summer camp.Here is a sampling:

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  • Christina Applegate: Why She Wasn't Interested in 'Legally Blonde'

    Though Christina Applegate clarified on Wednesday that she was never offered the role of Elle Woods in "Legally Blonde," the actress did admit the script came her way and she wasn't interested. Applegate told Entertainment Tonight that she was sent the script "right after I had just finished,…

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  • 18-Foot-Long Burmese Python Weighing 133 Pounds Caught in Florida Everglades

    A massive female Burmese python -- 18 feet 3 inches long and 133 pounds heavy -- was recently discovered and caught in the Everglades National Park in Florida, according to U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) officials. The "big gal" is not a record-breaker, though she's only three inches shy of the…

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