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  • Never-Before-Seen Outtakes of Robin Williams as Genie Revealed in Disney's ‘Aladdin’ Digital Release

    “Aladdin” changed the landscape of major motion picture animation forever, and now, fans are getting their first look at never-before-seen clips from the Disney vault that feature the Genie, the character played by the late Robin Williams. The clips are outtakes that show Williams’ unmistakable…

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  • Campus Shooting Came After Fight Between Two Groups of Students

    A fight that broke out between two groups of students at Northern Arizona University’s Flagstaff campus left one person dead and three hospitalized after one of the students shot the others with a handgun. The shooter has been identified as Steven Jones, an 18-year-old freshman at the school, who…

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  • 20 Films You Will Want to See Between Now and Christmas

    Temperatures may be dropping, but the fall movie season is heating up.The box office is already off to a strong start, with "The Martian," starring Matt Damon, clearing $55 million in it's opening weekend, coming up just shy of previous October record holder, "Gravity."Meanwhile, "Hotel…

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  • Jack Black Discusses Past 'Troubles' With Cocaine

    Jack Black is famous for his lighthearted comedies.However, his own past is darker than his fans might realize.The comedian told Parade magazine that as a teenager in Los Angeles, he struggled with substance abuse."I remember just lots of turmoil from that time period,” he said. “I was having a lot…

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  • Ben Carson Defends Hitler Gun Control Statements, Calls ADL Reaction 'Total Foolishness'

    Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson defended his controversial remarks this morning in which he suggested that 6 million Jews would not have been slaughtered if they had easy access to guns. “I think the likelihood of Hitler being able to accomplish his goals would have been greatly…

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  • DIY 101: Innovative Tips to Organize Your Garage for Fall

    Chris and Peyton Lambton from HGTV’s “Going Yard” share quick fixes to best organize garden tools, sports gear and work benches

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  • California Mother Convicted in Husband's 2012 Shooting Death

    A California mother was convicted of second-degree murder Thursday in the 2012 shooting death of her husband.Julie Harper, 42, cried after the jury announced its verdict. The jury reached its decision after five hours of deliberating.A judge declared a mistrial last year after a different jury was…

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  • NYCC: Did 'Game of Thrones' Let a Spoiler Slip

    As day 1 came to a close on New York Comic Con 2015, there were definitely a few, key highlights and lots to see.The most anticipated panel of the first day was "Game of Thrones," which may have let a spoiler slip. Here are the highlights:Game of ThronesDuring "A Panel of Fire and Ice," Natalie…

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  • French Train Hero Spencer Stone Stabbed in California, Expected to Make Full Recovery

    Spencer Stone, a member of the U.S. Air Force, was reportedly attacked at approximately 1 a.m. PT, according to an Air Force spokesperson. Surveillance footage taken from a liquor store security camera shows Stone wearing a long-sleeved white shirt. Stone's shirt becomes stained, presumably from…

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  • Husband and Wife Raise Awareness After Both Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

    Gerard and Meg Campion shared their lives for decades raising two daughters in Connecticut, but the husband and wife never expected that a life spent together would also mean sharing diagnosis of breast cancer. In 2006, Gerard Campion was diagnosed first with the disease after spotting a tiny…

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  • $600,000 in Cash Stolen During Million-Dollar Heist Found Buried in Backyard of California Home

    About $600,000 in cash stolen during a million-dollar armored car heist in Los Angeles last year was recently found buried in the backyard of a home in Fontana, Calif., according to the FBI. Several FBI agents and Los Angeles Police Department detectives showed up at the home with a search warrant…

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  • Woman Mistakes Super Glue for Eye Drops and Ends Up With Stuck Eyelid

    A Florida woman said she mistakenly glued her eye shut with super glue, but her doctor was later able to pry it open. Katherine Gaydos told ABC News affiliate WPBF-TV that she accidentally glued her eye shut after getting debris into her eye last week. “Something blew into my eye and I screamed…

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  • 'Unbelievable' Strangers Assist Tennessee Honeymooners Whose Car Breaks Down

    Tennessee honeymooners experienced two acts of kindness in one day when their car broke down and strangers paid for their repairs. Whitney and Sean Moore of Columbia were on their honeymoon in Gulf Shores, Alabama, after their Sept. 25 wedding when their car broke down. Although they were unable…

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  • What Taylor Swift Learned From Her Twitter Feud With Nicki Minaj

    If there's one thing Taylor Swift's brief feud with Nicki Minaj taught her, it's that some things are better said offline."I send text messages now," the 25-year-old pop star told NME magazine recently. "If there seems to be some kind of misunderstanding, I go to someone's management, I get their…

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  • Girl, 10, Bravely Shaves Head to Raise Money After Dad Dies From Cancer

    "I'm immensely proud of her," mom Sarah Lewis-Schulz told ABC News. Three weeks later, he was brought to Severn Hospice in Shrewsbury, England. "We got married in the hospice because he'd always wanted to get married," Lewis-Schulz said.

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  • Dad and Son Dress as Disney Princesses, Bust Stereotypes

    Two parents are getting attention for saying "let it go" to gender stereotypes this Halloween. "Keep your masculine bulls--t and slutty kids costumes, Halloween is about children pretending to be their favorite characters," said Henson. Henson also revealed that he will be dressing up as fellow…

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  • Volkswagen's US Chief Apologizes to Lawmakers About 'Deeply Troubling' Events

    Michael Horn, Volkswagen Group of America CEO and president, was in the hot seat on Capitol Hill today, answering questions about the company's 11 million diesel cars that may have cheated emissions standards around the world. Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vermont, relaying questions from his constituents,…

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