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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown Has 'Irreversible Brain Damage, Grandmother Cissy Houston Says

    Bobbi Kristina has been in the hospital and a rehab facility since being discovered unresponsive in her Georgia home by her partner Nick Gordon Jan. 31. Following Bobby Brown's weekend comments, his wife, Alicia Etheredge-Brown, clarified and said her husband was in "an emotional state" when he…

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  • Roseanne Barr Reveals She's Going Blind From Macular Degeneration

    Iconic comedian Roseanne Barr revealed in an interview with The Daily Beast that she is going blind."I have macular degeneration and glaucoma," she told the website, adding that the disease is why she smokes marijuana.Read: Sara Gilbert and Roseanne Barr Share Secrets From 'Roseanne' SetAfter being…

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  • Maryland Teen Describes Quick Thinking Used to Save Family From Fire

    Marcus McCoy awoke to smoke. The 13-year-old says he realized something wasn’t right as soon as he woke up Sunday in his family’s Clinton, Maryland, home. His sister, Aaliyah, was across the room. “I turned on my phone flashlight and I couldn’t really see nothing, and it was all smoky,” Marcus…

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  • Real-Life Kermit the Frog: New Glass Frog Species Discovered in Costa Rica

    The last new glass frog found in Costa Rica was described over four decades ago in 1973, according to the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center (C.R.A.R.C.). Six specimens of the new amphibian were collected from three different tropical wet forest and rainforest sites in the Caribbean foothills…

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  • US Couple Convicted, Sentenced in Indonesia Killing

    The Denpasar District Court ruled Tuesday that Tommy Schaefer, 21, was guilty of battering Sheila von Wiese-Mack to death in a hotel room on the resort island of Bali, and sentenced him to an 18-year term. Schaefer’s girlfriend, Heather Mack, 19, was sentenced to 10 years in connection with the…

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  • Boston Marathon's Final, Most Inspiring Competitor

    Day turned to night, and Maickel Melamed kept going.Drizzle became downpour, and Melamed kept going.Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Crosses Finish Line This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Run a Marathon About 20 hours into his journey and Melamed continued, one step at a time. People around…

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  • Inside 'Ashley’s War,' Story of a Special Ops Program That Put Woman in Afghanistan Warzones

    There are many unsung heroes in war, but there was a team of female American soldiers who assisted Special Operations forces during the Afghanistan War that few had heard about until now. The U.S. Army Special Operations Command created a program in 2010 called the Cultural Support Teams. They…

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  • A Look Back at the Birth of Prince George

    Royal baby fever is sweeping across Britain -- and the world -- once again, even if it isn't as intense as the first time Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince George."I think the build up is not gonna be anywhere near the same intensity as around Prince George -- when he was born," royal journalist…

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  • Woman Thanks Heroes Who Saved Her Children From Burning Minivan

    Terri Fontanez was driving home from a her niece’s birthday party with her four young children when another motorist ran a stoplight and T-boned her minivan.“As soon as he hit, I saw the smoke,” Fontanez said of the crash that happened on Nov. 23, 2013 in Henrietta, just outside of Rochester in New…

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  • 'Full House' Reboot Is Officially Happening, and Here Are the Details

    The reboot – titled “Fuller House” – will star Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, with Stamos (Uncle Jesse on the original series) set to produce and guest star. According to the statement, discussions with additional “Full House” cast members Bob Saget, Mary-Kate and Ashley…

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  • Cancer Group Clarifies Confusing Mammography Recommendations

    “The group’s top level recommendations that women should begin mammogram testing at age 50 and only schedule them every two years until about age 74 have not changed,” Dr. Michael LeFevre, the immediate past chairman of the task force told ABC News. “We’ve also said in the past that the decision…

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  • Jon Stewart Announces Plans for His Final 'Daily Show' Episode

    Jon Stewart’s final episode of “The Daily Show” will take place Aug. 6, the host announced Monday. “I will be wearing a suit, I will more than likely be showered … I’m sorry, I’ll be wearing overalls and I won’t shower,” Stewart said during the filming of Monday’s episode.

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  • Detroit Zoo Plans to Turn Animal Waste Into Energy

    The Detroit Zoo is planning to turn a major byproduct of its animal inhabitants into renewable energy. The Detroit Zoological Society and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation launched a crowdfunding campaign on Monday to build an energy-producing biodigester at the zoo. The biodigester…

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  • The Royal Nanny: Everything You Wanted to Know

    "William and Kate are not intending to hire a new nanny for their new baby," royal commentator Victoria Murphy told ABC News recently. Borrallo, a native of Spain who came recommended to Kate and William, has become another member of the family. Other than his parents, Prince George's nanny is…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    The reboot – titled “Fuller House” – will star Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, with Stamos (Uncle Jesse on the original series) set to produce and guest star. According to the statement, discussions with additional “Full House” cast members Bob Saget, Mary-Kate and Ashley…

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  • Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Crosses Finish Line

    Returning to the race that caused her to become an amputee, Boston Marathon bombing victim Rebekah Gregory has crossed the finish line. "Just to know that I was crossing the finish line on my own foot and I wasn't in a wheelchair like last year and I wasn't laying on the pavement fighting for my…

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  • Baltimore Mayor 'Angry' About Freddie Gray's Unexplained Death After Arrest

    Baltimore officials said today they share residents’ frustration with the lack of answers for why Freddie Gray, whose family says he was injured during his arrest last week by Baltimore police, died Sunday. “This is a very, very tense time for Baltimore city,” Baltimore Mayor Stephanie…

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