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  • American Dentist Who Admitted Killing Cecil the Lion Now Hounded on Social Media

    Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who acknowledged hunting and killing Cecil, a beloved lion in Zimbabwe, is now the one being hounded on the Internet by protesters flooding his social media, creating online petitions and mocking him on parody accounts. Over 273,000 tweets contained the…

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    What, exactly, do kids get out of travel? Plenty.

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  • 911 Dispatcher Who Hung Up on Friend of Teen Dying from Gunshot Resigns

    A 911 call dispatcher at the Albuquerque Fire Department has resigned after audio was released from a recent emergency call in which he told a teen, who called to report her friend had been shot, to "deal with it yourself" before abruptly hanging up. This past June 26, Esperanza Quintero, 17, made…

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  • MH370? Debris Found in Indian Ocean Appears to be Boeing 777

    A source familiar with the investigation into the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 tells ABC News the airplane part that washed ashore on La Reunión Island, a small French isle near Madagascar, appears to be from a Boeing 777. MH370, the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared over…

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  • Massachusetts Mom Heartbroken Over Infant's Death, Pleads With Thieves to Return Hospital Bracelets

    "I first hope that somebody does give the bracelets back, or, tells me where they’ve dumped the wallet," Casey Kilcup, of Plymouth, Massachusetts, told ABC News. Kilcup, a mom of two, said she will forever remember the day her son Brison was born as the best day of her life. On January 14, a…

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  • Utah Boy Who Asked for 'Junk Mail' to Read Gets Over 500 Book Donations

    A Utah postal carrier says he recently had a "life-changing" encounter during a delivery route when he met a 12-year-old boy who was reading grocery store advertisements because he said he didn't have any real books to read. "I was putting mail in the individual boxes for the apartment residents…

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  • Why 'Happy Birthday to You' Should Be Copyright Free, Lawyers Say

    The decades-old song that nearly everyone in America can sing is owned by music company Warner/Chappell, which charges licensing fees to people who use it commercially. One of those customers is filmmaker Jennifer Nelson, who produced a documentary movie about the song called "Happy Birthday."…

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  • Boys’ Second- and Third-Degree Sunburns Show Dangers of No Sun Protection

    Pictures of two Oklahoma boys with second- and third-degree burns have started to make national headlines after they spent hours at a water park without sun protection, according to their mother. Shaunna Broadway was horrified to find out her fair-skinned sons, ages 5 and 7, were left without sun…

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  • Delta Introduces Latest Commercial Airline Perk: Upgrades to Private Jets

    On Delta, the very best customers will have the option to fly private instead. The airline calls the option to fly private "a new surprise-and-delight program" limited to Medallion members traveling on select commercial Delta flights. Being a Medallion member on Delta requires a minimum…

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    ‘Average Parent Problems’ Makes You Laugh at Life (16 photos)

    Parents, the struggle is real. But you’re not alone. Average Parent Problems is an Instagram account that perfectly encompasses exactly how you feel when your kid uses their face for artwork instead of paper, or has a meltdown because you didn’t buy the right ice cream or-- heaven forbid— take a…

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  • 'Married With Children' Spin-Off in the Works

    "Married with Children" might be coming back to TV in a new spin-off.One of the show's main stars from the 1990's, David Faustino, spoke to E! News earlier this week and said, "Sony has it. They're excited about it."Read: See the Cast of 'Married with Children' Reunite After 17 YearsThe 41-year-old…

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  • 'The Bachelorette' Couple Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth Reveal What They've Learned About Each Other

    Since the finale of "The Bachelorette" aired Monday night, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth have been able to go public with their relationship. Bristowe laughed and explained that since the show wrapped, she's learned that Booth is a bit of a "cover hog" and spends more time getting ready than…

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  • Taylor Swift Meets Her Godson

    Taylor Swift posted pictures of her first meeting with her new godson.Best friend Jaime King welcomed the baby boy last week and today, Swift posted, "Meeting my boy."She added a picture holding the baby's tiny hand."Your little hand's wrapped around my finger and it's so quiet in the world…

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  • Windows 10 Experience Comes to iPhone, Android Devices

    Microsoft really wants to make Windows 10 omnipresent in the lives of its users. With the release of Windows 10 today, Microsoft is emphasizing a computing experience that can move seamlessly between the PC and almost any smartphone, including iPhone and Android devices. While Windows 10 stands…

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  • Jimmy Kimmel Gets Emotional Talking About Cecil the Lion

    It's not often Jimmy Kimmel gets choked up, but on Tuesday night, the comedian did just that while talking about the recent killing of a beloved lion named Cecil. The late-night talk show host was responding to the recent news that Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer admitted to killing the well-known…

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  • Taliban Leader Died 2 Years Ago, Afghan Officials Say

    Mullah Omar, the one-eyed leader of the Afghan Taliban, died more than two years ago in Pakistan, according to the Afghan government and a former senior member of the militant group. The former senior Taliban official told ABC News Omar had died two years ago of tuberculosis and was buried in the…

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  • Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Still Says Daughter Leah Remains Cancer Free

    Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still shared the great news that his daughter, Leah Still, remained cancer-free after undergoing new scans Tuesday. The girl, who battled a stage 4 neuroblastoma, had a routine scan done Tuesday and Still was happy to later share that there were no signs…

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  • A Look at Coast Guard's 30,000-Square-Mile Search for Florida Teens Lost at Sea

    The U.S. Coast guard released new video today of a "first-light" search near Tybee Island, Georgia, from a C-130 aircraft over an region where it investigated the sighting of a cooler originally thought to be from the boat of two Florida teens who have been lost as sea for nearly six days now. The…

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