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  • How a Wheelchair-Bound Football Player Was Able to Walk at His College Graduation

    Chris Norton says it was a “dream” of his to walk across the stage at his college graduation. Four years after fracturing his neck and compressing his spinal cord in a football accident that left him wheelchair-bound, the 23-year-old did just that, walking across the stage Sunday at Iowa’s Luther…

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  • Watch as Raging River Bursts Into Texas Home

    Frightening video shows the moment when rampant river water burst through a glass door and flooded a Texas home.The footage shows how water from the swelled Blanco River broke down the door and flooded the living room.Furniture is seen being moved swiftly by the water as the camera operator…

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  • Oily Substance on California Beach Prompts Officials to Close Coastline

    The entire Manhattan Beach coastline outside Los Angeles is still closed today after globs of an oily substance washed up onto its shores. The tar-like material began appearing Wednesday afternoon and spread out across 6.5 miles of coastline, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. "We are continuing…

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  • Taylor Swift Goes Wedding Dress Shopping With Her BFF and Bride-to-Be

    Taylor Swift takes her maid of honor duties very seriously. The "Bad Blood" singer went wedding dress shopping with her childhood BFF and bride-to-be Britany Maack, who asked Swift to take on the role back in February. The pop star arranged a special visit to designer Reem Acra's New York City…

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  • NC Teacher Allegedly Caught Threatening Students in Secret Recording

    A North Carolina elementary school teacher was apparently captured threatening students in a secret recording, parents say. Leona Cain says her son Sammy had been trying to tell her for months that his teacher at Alderman Road Elementary School in Fayetteville was verbally abusive, but she says…

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  • Massachusetts Boy Shot on Bike Released From Hospital

    The Massachusetts boy who was shot while riding his bike over the weekend is home from the hospital and recovering nicely, his family said. “I was just riding my bike when I heard the shots,” Divan Silva, 7, told ABC affiliate WCVB-TV in Boston.

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  • Oculus Rift Total Package Price for Virtual Reality Won't Be Cheap

    The price of virtual reality won't be cheap. When Oculus Rift releases its consumer headset and computer next year, CEO Brandon Iribe said the system will likely cost around $1,500 -- making the virtual reality dream for the masses expensive. The virtual reality start-up, which was acquired by…

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  • Past National Spelling Bee Champs, All Grown Up, Share What Life After Winning Is Like

    Ramachandran took home the top prize in 1988 at the Bee when she was 13 for spelling the word "elegiacal," an expression of sorrow. "My clinical work is in diagnostic surgical pathology with an emphasis on liver and gastrointestinal disease," Ramachandran wrote on her UCSF bio.

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  • Chris Pratt Teaches His Son the Pledge of Allegiance

    Chris Pratt basically can do no wrong. And now he's taken his awesomeness to a whole new level.The actor, 35, posted a video to Facebook Wednesday, teaching his son the Pledge of Allegiance.Read: Chris Pratt Reveals Actors Used to Hit on His Wife in Front of Him"Meant to post this on…

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  • Rick Santorum ‘Sickened’ by Josh Duggar Molestation Allegations

    Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he was “sickened” by allegations that reality TV star Josh Duggar molested underage girls when he was a teenager. In an interview that aired today on "Good Morning America," ABC News' Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked the former U.S.…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    It’s the true story of a woman from Huntington Beach, California, who fell in love after asking a question of a Swiss Guard while on vacation at the Vatican. Homeowners dragged soggy carpet to the curb and mopped up coffee-colored muck Wednesday after a barrage of storms and floods in Texas and…

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  • Florida Pilot Arrested After Plane Strikes a Shed

    Christopher John Hall, 57, was arrested and booked in jail Wednesday, charged with reckless operation of a vessel – operation of an aircraft while under the influence – as well as child abuse, according to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. The plane struck a shed containing communications…

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  • 'GMA' Deals and Steals on Hot Summer Bargains

    Tory Johnson has exclusive discounts for "GMA" viewers on products to kick off summer.

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  • FIFA Officials Arrested Over Alleged ‘Rampant, Systematic’ $150M Bribery Scheme

    In a series of overnight busts, authorities arrested high-ranking FIFA officials over allegations of vast racketeering and corruption involving more than $150 million in bribes and kickbacks spanning two decades in soccer’s controversial governing body, law enforcement officials said. In all, 14…

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  • NFL Defensive End Ray McDonald Arrested, Accused of Violating Restraining Order

    NFL defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested in Santa Clara, California, today for violating a restraining order related to a domestic violence and child endangerment case last month. Officers arrested McDonald without incident this afternoon, Santa Clara police said in a statement. McDonald was…

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  • Father of Suspect in DC Mansion Fire Wants Perp to 'Suffer the Consequences'

    Dennis Witt's son, Daron Wint, has been named a suspect in the slayings of Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, their son Phillip and their housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, whose bodies were found in the Savopoulos home after it was set on fire May 14.

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  • California Mother Appeals for Support for Transgender Teens After Losing Son to Suicide

    A California mother is calling for broader, better support for transgender, genderfluid and non-gender-confirming teenagers after recently losing her trans son to suicide. Kyler Prescott, 14, locked himself in the bathroom and took his life last week, his mom Katherine Prescott, 47, told ABC News…

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