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  • ‘GMA’ on the Money: 4 Tips to Add Value to Your Home on a Limited Budget

    Joe and Heather Ponisciak are eager to sell their four-bedroom home in Mount Holly, New Jersey, so they can move to be closer to Heather’s job in Philadelphia. “Good Morning America” brought in home design expert Christiane Lemieux to see what could be done to turn things around.

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  • Kaiser Carlile, 9-Year-Old Bat Boy, Dies After Being Struck by Bat

    A 9-year-old bat boy for a Kansas baseball team died Sunday, one day after he was accidentally struck by a bat during a game. Kaiser Carlile, the bat boy for the Liberal Bee Jays summer team in Liberal, Kansas, was struck in the head as a player took practice swings during Saturday’s game against…

    Good Morning America27 mins ago
  • Buying a Home Versus Renting: Weighing All the Factors

    The Pitch Sounds Enticing, but the Reality may be far Less so

    Good Morning America46 mins ago
  • See What International Space Station Looks Like Crossing the Moon

    A striking new picture from NASA helps put the size of the International Space Station and the moon in perspective.The photo, taken Sunday, shows the space station crossing the moon at approximately five miles per second, NASA said. It appears as a little black squiggle on the face of the moon.The…

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  • Donald Trump Plays Down Expectations, Says ‘I’m Not a Debater’

    Republican presidential contender Donald Trump played down expectations for the first GOP debate slated for Thursday, saying “I’m not a debater” and he would not be "throwing punches" against his opponents on the stage. “Maybe my whole life is a debate in a way, but the fact is I’m not a debater,…

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  • Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force Apologizes for Story About Jericho the Lion, Says He's 'Alive and Well'

    "I would like to sincerely apologise for my last report where I stated that Jericho had been killed," Johnny Rodrigues, Chairman for the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, said in a statement Sunday. The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force is not an official government agency. The prospect that…

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  • Teen Girl Dies 3 Days After She Was Stabbed at Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

    A teenager stabbed with a knife at a Jerusalem gay pride parade died today, three days after the brutal attack, according to the prime minister's office.Shira Banki, 16, died from her injuries Sunday, a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said. The statement also expressed…

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  • New ‘Ghostbusters’ Cast Visits Patients at Boston Hospital

    Lucky patients at Boston’s Tufts Medical Center Saturday were greeted by some special visitors dressed in jump suits and carrying special ‘Ghostbusting’ gear. ABC affiliate WCVB reports that the cast of the new “Ghostbusters” reboot –- Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie…

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  • Zimbabwean Wildlife Authority: Jericho the Lion Is Alive, Not Cecil’s Brother

    Amid conflicting accounts on Saturday that Jericho, who was reported to be the ‘brother’ of Cecil the lion, was feared dead, a Zimbabwean wildlife authority has now said that Jericho is still alive. The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, the government authority on wildlife in…

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown Mourned at a Funeral in Georgia

    Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston, was memorialized by friends and family at a funeral in Alpharetta, Georgia on Saturday. The funeral was held at the Saint James United Methodist Church, where her aunt, Pat Houston, is a member, according to ABC affiliate…

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  • Watch Military Dad Surprise Son at Baseball Game After 6 Months in Kuwait

    Joe Amore came back from an Air Force deployment two weeks before his son, Anthony, was expecting him, according to ABC's station WLS-TV in Chicago. So when Anthony, 8, was prepping for his baseball game Friday night, he had no idea his dad was already at the field, disguised as the catcher.

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  • Roddy Piper Dead at 61: A Look Back at 'Hot Rod's' Best Moments

    Wrestling legend "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, who died Thursday at age 61, according to his rep and World Wrestling Entertainment, was one of the brightest stars for the then-WWF during the 1980s with his signature kilt and bagpipe entrance music. Piper had crossover appeal, appearing in films and on…

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  • Blind Woman Gets a Bionic Eye to Regain Her Vision

    Carmen Torres, of South Florida, is the first recipient of a bionic eye. At 18, she was been diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, in which the vision declines over a period of time, according to ABC station WPLG-TV.

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  • Misty Copeland: From Kid Raised in Motel Room to Principal Ballerina With Broadway Show Gig

    Is there anything Misty Copeland can't do? The ballerina, who made history when she was named the first African American principal ballerina at the American Ballet Theatre, will soon be making her Broadway debut in a musical revival of "On The Town," which follows the adventures of three sailors…

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  • Survivor Recalls the Scary Moment a Tree Fell Onto Her Bed

    "I cannot express in words how thankful I am for everyone who saved my life," Stephanie Epstein said Friday at a news conference. "You realize there is a tree trunk laying across your daughter,” said Geoffrey Epstein. “I was trying so hard to breathe just focusing on shutting my eyes,” said…

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  • Jeremiah Foco Missing: Family Desperately Seeks Answers to Missing Seattle Man’s Whereabouts

    The search for missing software engineer Jeremiah Foco, who was en route to his job, is now in its 11th day. Foco’s friends plastered photos of the 34-year-old around his Seattle neighborhood, asking strangers if they've seen him. "Our friend's gone missing,” a friend of Foco approached a passerby.

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  • MH370 Probe: What’s Next for the Flaperon?

    With authorities “increasingly confident” the airplane debris recovered Wednesday comes from MH370, the jet that vanished over the Indian Ocean last year, official analysis of the part is set to begin on Wednesday in Toulouse, France. Engineers have tentatively identified the part as a “flaperon”…

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