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  • Doctor Attending Atlanta Braves Game Tried to Help Fan After Fall

    A doctor was with his two sons at Turner Field Saturday, watching the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees game, when out of the corner of his eye he saw something fall and heard an impact. Braves fan Gregory Murrey, 60, of Alpharetta, Georgia, had fallen from the upper deck into the lower-level…

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  • Oliver Sacks, Famed Neurologist and 'Awakenings' Author Dies at 82

    Renowned neurologist and author of "Awakenings" Oliver Sacks died today. His assistant, Kate Edgar, told The New York Times the cause was cancer. A statement on Sacks' website today also confirmed his death.

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    MTV Video Music Awards 2015: Stars Shine on Red Carpet (66 photos)

    The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles will host a raft of stars on Aug. 30, 2015 for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, including Justin Bieber, the Weeknd, Demi Lovato and Pharrell, all of whom are slated to perform, and nominees including Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran. Miley…

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  • Bartender Wins Lottery With Cash He Found on the Street

    A California bartender has won the lottery, all thanks to cash he found on the street. After Hubert Tang picked up a $20 bill on the street outside the San Francisco airport Wednesday, he went to a market in San Mateo County, the California State Lottery said. Tang hadn't played the lottery in 10…

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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin Pumps Iron, Grills in Newly Released Photos

    The Kremlin wants the world to know Russian President Vladimir Putin pumps iron and grills meat before most of the world gets out of bed. New photos released by the Kremlin show Putin working out and barbecuing with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at a government residence in Sochi before sitting…

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  • Fan Who Died After Fall at Atlanta Braves Game Identified

    A 60-year-old man who died after falling from the upper deck into the lower-level stands at Turner Field during a game between the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees was a longtime season ticket holder and "incredibly passionate Braves fan," the team said today. The Fulton County Medical…

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  • How Jessa Duggar Is Coping After Josh Duggar Scandals

    In the wake of two scandals surrounding her older brother Josh Duggar, Jessa Duggar says she is coping by putting her trust in her faith. "You just have to keep your focus and trust God," Jessa told People magazine Saturday, while promoting the "Growing Up Duggar" book in Charlotte, North…

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  • 2 Dead After Storm Slams Washington State

    A powerful storm system moved through parts of the northwest Saturday, leaving two dead and hundreds of thousands without power in Washington state.A man was killed in Gig Harbor when a tree fell onto his car as he was driving, ABC affiliate KOMO-TV in Seattle reports. His 3-year-old daughter who…

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  • Privacy Is Dead: What You Can Still Do to Protect Yourself

    An Even Bigger Problem Than Identity Theft This Holiday Shopping Season

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  • MTV Video Music Awards: Host Miley Cyrus Reveals What to Expect

    Two years after the twerk heard 'round the world, and a year after she won the top prize, Miley Cyrus returns to the MTV Video Music Awards tonight as the host.Complaining that last year's show had "no energy," she told The New York Times this year's installment will be "psychedelic and raw.""What…

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  • Parade of Big Trucks Honors Toddler in Arizona

    It was a sight to see in Arizona road as a stream of big trucks took part in a funeral procession to pay tribute to a 3-year-old boy who recently died. It was all for Elijah Steffen, who died on August 21 from a rare disease.

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  • Mountain Lion Captured After Jumping on Mechanic Opening up Shop

    A California mechanic got a surprise Friday morning when a mountain lion jumped on him as he was opening the shop where he worked. Hank Barkerfelt said the encounter scared him but the animal quickly took off, ABC station KABC-TV reports. It happened at LJ Automotive in Palmdale, about 60 miles…

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  • Erika Dissipates Over Cuba

    Tropical Storm Erika dissipated Saturday morning as it pushed over Hispaniola and Cuba. As the storm was moving towards Cuba, it dissipated due to higher terrain and unfavorable atmospheric conditions. The National Hurricane Center canceled all tropical storm watches and warnings related to the…

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  • Women Who Survived 5 Days in Wilderness: 'We're Too Young to Die'

    As friends Laura Sherman and Denise Diaz spent five days lost in the northern California wilderness, they said they thought to themselves, "We're too young to die.""We've got to live to have grandchildren," Sherman, 57, told ABC News today. "We've got to live our lives."The two women, both moms of…

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  • Owen Labrie Found Not Guilty of Felony Sexual Assault in Prep School Trial

    Owen Labrie was found not guilty of felony sexual assault, and guilty of a felony related to computer use and four misdemeanors, in a case at St. Paul's School, a prestigious New Hampshire prep school. The jury of nine men and three women delivered a not-guilty verdict on the three felony sexual…

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  • 'We Are Your Friends' Movie Review

    In "We Are Your Friends," Zac Efron plays Cole Carter, a D.J. and maker of electronic dance music (EDM) who loves partying with his friends and playing the side room at a club every Thursday night, but he thinks there’s more out there for him. Stop me if you’ve heard this before: One of his…

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  • Florida Braces for Tropical Storm Erika

    Tropical Storm Erika is veering towards the United States -- its sights set on Florida -- after leaving a path of death and destruction in the Caribbean. The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency is reporting that local government officials believe that there are 31 additional people…

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