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  • 2 Flights Suffer Bird Strikes Arriving at JFK 2 Hours Apart

    Two flights, two hours apart, suffered bird strikes this morning on arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, officials said. JetBlue Flight 1248 reported striking a bird after landing at 8:30 a.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The Airbus A320, which…

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  • Tribute to WWII Veteran Goes Viral When Group Sings 'Anchors Aweigh' at His Doorstep

    When one WWII veteran could no longer visit his local battleship to relish in stories of his days at sea, a special group brought the memories of his Navy days right to his doorstep. My grandfather told me that it was one of the best days of his life!” Thompson’s grandson, Jonathan Williams, wrote…

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  • Twitter Reacts in Horror to Alleged Leslie Jones Hacking

    Just weeks after being attacked on Twitter, comedienne Leslie Jones has become the latest victim of hacking. The "Ghostbusters" star had her website justleslie.com and her cloud storage hacked, resulting in the release of some sensitive pictures and private information, according to Mashable, the…

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  • Naya Rivera Talks About Anorexia and Abortion Before Marrying Ryan Dorsey

    When she announced her memoir last year, Rivera promised on Twitter, "So many juicy stories about my life. Now, with her book due out soon, the "Glee" actress is making good on that promise. Rivera revealed to the magazine that before she and Ryan Dorsey married in 2014 and welcomed son Josey the…

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  • Death Toll Climbs to 120 After Earthquake in Italy

    At least 120 people were killed in a magnitude 6.2 earthquake that struck central Italy early Wednesday as most residents were sleeping in their homes. Officials say the towns of Accumoli and Amatrice appear to be the hardest hit by the quake, which struck at 3:36 a.m. local time. Italian Prime…

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  • What to Know About Amatrice, a Town Hard Hit by Italy's Earthquake

    A small, mountainous town nestled in central Italy, known for its famous pasta dish and ancient architecture, was at the epicenter of a devastating earthquake in the region Wednesday morning. Amatrice is reportedly home to some 2,500 residents, but visitors flood the picturesque town in Italy’s…

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  • Couples Renew Wedding Vows in Classic Cars: 'As Long As We Both Shall Cruise'

    More than 100 couples renewed their wedding vows in classic cars this weekend at a drive-in vow renewal event in Detroit, Michigan. Don and Joan Haag, one of the couples who took part in the celebration, used their late son Dave’s 1966 Chevelle SS to say "I do" all over again. "She’s wearing the…

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  • John Krasinski Reveals His Favorite Romantic Comedy

    Krasinski and Blunt welcomed their second daughter, Violet, in June. "I would love to pretend that I'm going to be the guy in overalls with some scary bat waiting for guys when they come to visit," he continued.

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  • Philadelphia Man Exonerated After Nearly 25 Years Behind Bars for Rape, Murder

    After spending nearly 25 years behind bars for a brutal crime he didn't commit, Tony Wright is a free man. The Philadelphia resident was just 20 years old when he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the rape and stabbing of a neighbor more than two decades ago.

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  • Olympic Marathoner Who Defied Ethiopian Government at the Finish Line Hasn't Returned Home

    Ethiopian marathon runner Feyisa Lilesa has not returned to his home country since making anti-government demonstrations after he won a silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, ABC News has learned. Lilesa’s agent Federico Rosa confirmed to ABC News today that the runner did not…

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  • Hillary Clinton to Receive 1st Classified Briefing of Campaign Saturday

    Hillary Clinton is expected to receive her first classified briefing as the Democratic Party’s official presidential nominee this weekend at an FBI facility in a New York City suburb, according to sources knowledgeable with the plans. Trump brought two top advisers to his briefing: New Jersey Gov.…

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  • Doctors Without Borders Refused to Help American ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller

    Even though she was kidnapped by ISIS from a Doctors Without Borders vehicle and was helping at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Syria, the prestigious humanitarian group refused to help negotiate for the freedom of American hostage Kayla Mueller, her parents told ABC News. Marsha and Carl…

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  • Aerial Footage Shows Italian Town Devastated by Earthquake

    Drone footage that captures the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Italy today shows the contrast between the chaos in one hard hit town and the serenity of the sprawling countryside beside it.The video pans from the affected area -- where a few buildings rise above others that were destroyed --…

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  • Bella Thorne Reveals She's Bisexual, Thanks Fans for Their Support

    Every once in a while, social media lifts celebrities up, rather than tearing them down.Bella Thorne experienced one of those miraculous moments Tuesday after she responded to a tweet questioning her sexuality.After a photo of Thorne, 18, kissing a girl surfaced earlier this month, a follower…

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  • American University Attacked in Kabul, Afghanistan

    The American University of Afghanistan in Kabul came under assault today, as security forces exchanged gunfire with the attackers. The gunfire that was reported in the vicinity of the school has now stopped, according to a source in the Kabul police force. The U.S. State Department this morning…

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  • Seal Hops Aboard Boat to Avoid Hungry Killer Whales

    Kirk Fraser was out whale watching with family when he captured an incredible moment on camera: a seal scrambling onto his boat to escape killer whales. Fraser says they saw the seal's head pop up above the water and initially thought it was injured. Fraser said he was concerned the whales would…

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  • Prince William, Princess Kate Visit Mental Health Charities

    Prince William and Princess Kate shone a spotlight on mental health and suicide this morning, visiting mental health-focused charities in Bedfordshire, England, and spending time at a children’s hospice. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chatted with young people -- some of whom are recovering…

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