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  • Couple Found Stabbed to Death In Virgin Islands Vacation Home, Police Say

    An elderly married couple vacationing in the U.S. Virgin Islands was found stabbed to death in their vacation home Monday night, police said.The 67-year-old woman and her 73-year-old husband were visiting St. Thomas from the U.S. mainland, a U.S. Virgin Islands Police spokesman told ABC News today.…

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  • Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez: The Most Daring Dresses From the Met Gala

    The Met Gala is always an opportunity for stars to take big fashion risks, and Monday night was no exception.From Kim Kardashian's barely-there Roberto Cavalli gown to Jennifer Lopez's Atelier Versace dress, many designers sent A-listers up the red carpet in ensembles that really showed off their…

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  • Prince William, Kate Register Princess Charlotte's Birth

    Prince William and Duchess Kate today made official the news they shared with the world on Saturday: the birth of their first daughter, Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have formally registered the birth of Princess Charlotte,”…

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  • NFL Player Sen’Derrick Marks Takes Cancer Patient Khameyea Jennings to Senior Prom

    Jacksonville Jaguars player Sen’Derrick Marks accompanied Khameyea Jennings, an 18-year-old who has been battling cancer for two years, according to Dreams Come True, a local non-profit group that helped set up the dream date. I'm going to have a great night,” Marks told ABC News Affiliate WJXX-TV…

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  • Russia's Odd Victory Day Rehearsals Mark Defeat of Nazis

    You can suddenly find Moscow’s central streets choked with tanks for one of the rehearsals: Hundreds of heavy armored vehicles, including nuclear missile carriers, rumbled through the city Monday, past people sitting in cafes or taking selfies with anti-aircraft systems. The parade is always…

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  • Vincent Van Gogh Rides the Subway ... Actually, It's a Brooklyn Man Who Looks Just Like Him

    Brooklyn-based actor Robert Reynolds gets stopped by strangers, though rarely because of his appearances in New York plays, he said.

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  • Madonna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry Pose at Met Gala

    She was likely referring to Gaga's heart-shaped engagement ring from her fiancé, Tyler Kinney. Earlier this year, Madonna made it clear that there was no ongoing feud with Gaga beyond her beef over that one song.

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  • Halley's Comet Debris Will Fly Through Sky in Annual Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower

    Pieces of the icy comet break off and burn up in the Earth's atmosphere, making them visible to people on the ground below, according to NASA. This year's shower will peak on Wednesday at 9 a.m. EDT with as many as 30 meteors whizzing through the sky at its busiest, according to Bill Cooke, the…

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  • Man's Sweet Resignation With Message on a Cake

    Most people try to quit quietly. Others, like Mark Herman, see it as a cause for celebration and go big.

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  • Met Gala 2015: Top Instagrams From the Night

    Before making their grand entrances at Monday night's Met Ball, the stars gave fans a first look at their outfits.Under the reign of Vogue editor Anna Wintour, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit is truly one of the biggest parties of the year. ...

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  • Sofia Vergara, Ellie Goulding: Why Marchesa Met Gala Dresses Took More Than 1,000 Hours to Make

    At Monday's Met Gala, the stars wore intricate gowns that fit with the night's theme, "China: Through the Looking Glass."And while it took the stars a few hours to prep for the A-list event, their dresses had been in the works for weeks.Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig outfitted…

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  • Water Mystery: Why an Oregon Lake Disappears Each Year

    A mysterious lake in Oregon fills up every winter and then as the season changes, water disappears through a 6-feet-wide hole on the shore, leaving the area dry before it later fills up again.

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  • Met Gala 2015: Sarah Jessica Parker Explains Her Crazy Outfit

    Parker, 50, wore an Asian-inspired gown with a red and silver Philip Treacy hat you'd have to see to understand.

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  • Miley Cyrus Launches Foundation to Help Homeless Youth: 'I’m the One That Can Fix It'

    “I’m the one that can fix it,” Cyrus told ABC News of the nationwide problem. “I think I’ve been able to identify with it just because I’ve never thought of myself as, ‘I’m a girl and so I can’t do this, or I can do this, or you’ve got to be a boy to do that.’ I feel completely like I’m not tied…

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  • Sam Smith to See Specialist for Vocal Cord Injury

    One week after cancelling his Australian tour due to a hemorrhage on his vocal chords, Sam Smith announced on Monday that he had to miss more tour dates. This comes just seven days after Smith, 22, wrote on Instagram about his Aussie tour, "The doctors have told me I need to fully rest until my…

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  • WATCH: A Brief History of Cinco de Mayo

    Cinco de Mayo, the day bars and college campuses across America get packed with revelers eager to feast on guacamole and down tequila. Partyers in the U.S. brought in $658 million in booze revenue in 2013 alone. But few among them may know the true story behind the popular holiday, some might even…

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