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  • Bernie Sanders Believes Bill Clinton Has Hit Below the Belt

    Sen. Bernie Sanders believes Bill Clinton’s attacks on him have been inaccurate, he told ABC News today. Sanders also pointed out that he has defended Hillary Clinton “against some unfair attacks” in the past, “but I felt that President Clinton said things that were just not accurate and I hope we…

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  • NTSB Considering Investigation Into Royal Caribbean Cruise's Weather Troubles

    The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board is considering a possible investigation into events surrounding the storm that rocked a cruise ship off the Carolina coast and forced it to turn around. Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Anthem of the Seas left New Jersey Saturday headed for a week-long trip to…

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  • Ferguson Sued by Justice Department Over Alleged ‘Racial Bias’ in Policing

    "The residents of Ferguson have waited nearly a year for their city to adopt an agreement that would protect their rights and keep them safe," Lynch said. "They have waited nearly a year for their police department to accept rules that would ensure their constitutional rights ... They have waited…

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  • What Bernie Sanders' Crushing Win in New Hampshire Means for the Democratic Race

    The Vermont independent’s 22-point win is the largest margin of victory in the state since John F. Kennedy captured 85.2 percent of the vote in 1960. Sanders beat Clinton in nearly every major voting category: young people, women and the elderly. While the results are a clear boon for Sanders,…

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  • Cat and Rat's Adorable Friendship Shatters Stereotypes

    Behold, the incredible tale of the Peanut the rat and Ranj the cat, an unlikely pair of best friends. "Peanut always wanted to be around Ranj, and she took a real liking to him," their owner, Maggie Szpot of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, told ABC News. Szpot explained she and her family first rescued…

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  • Twitter's Day of Reckoning Is Here With Earnings Report, User Numbers

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey struck a hopeful tone for the year ahead in a call today with investors as the social media company revealed its user base remained stagnant in the last quarter. Growing its number of monthly active users has been a challenge for Twitter. Dorsey reported today the site has…

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  • 'American Crime Story': Cuba Gooding Jr., Malcolm-Jamal Warner Recall Recreating Bronco Chase

    Tuesday night's episode of the FX series "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" recreated the former football star's famous slow-speed Bronco chase from two decades ago.Cuba Gooding Jr. plays O.J. Simpson in the series, and he told ABC News that filming those scenes was really emotional…

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  • Artificial Intelligence Now Qualifies as Car Driver

    Federal vehicle safety agencies have routinely worked with private companies to pave the road for autonomous vehicles. So U.S. officials will now allow the artificial intelligence system responsible for piloting self-driving cars to be considered the driver, according to a letter dated from last…

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  • How the Infamous Ford Bronco Chase Was Recreated for New O.J. Simpson Show

    The executive producer of "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" revealed that it took him more than a year to convince officials to allow him to close a highway in order to film Simpson's infamous Ford Bronco chase with the LAPD.

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  • Fat Cat Thinks He's a Big Baby Chilling in This Bouncy Chair

    We have the perfect tail to get you through the day.Take a look at this kitty who’s “feline” right at home in this bouncy chair, getting cozy in the swing and playing with the toys.Adam Driver Cat Goes Viral, Gets Adopted ImmediatelyGiant 27-Pound House Cat Named Spock Gets Mistaken for BobcatHe…

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  • 'Family Feud' Contestant Speaks Out About Her Hilarious Repeated Answers

    In the greatest “Family Feud” fail to sweep the Internet, contestant Sheila Patterson's responses have gone viral with more than 1.3 million views as she struggles to come up with other ways to say “mother.”She continues to repeat answers already provided by her siblings, eventually driving host…

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  • WWII Veteran Reunites With Long-Lost Love After 70 Years Apart

    After a 10,000-mile long flight from Virginia to Australia, a World War II U.S. army veteran finally reunited with his wartime girlfriend today after recently reconnecting online. For the first time in over 70 years, Norwood Thomas, 93, came face-to-face with Joyce Durrant Morris, 88, his…

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  • Justin Bieber Says 'I Really Love' Hailey Baldwin

    People have been speculating about Justin Bieber’s relationship status with model Hailey Baldwin ever since he posted an Instagram photo of the two smooching to ring in the New Year. Justin hasn’t yet confirmed if their friendship has turned romantic, but he told GQ magazine that the two are quite…

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  • New Video From Iranian State TV Appears to Show US Sailor Crying While Detained

    New video broadcast on Iranian state TV today appears to show a U.S. sailor crying while briefly detained by Iran in early-January. The video released by the Islamic Republic of Iran News Network appears similar to footage aired at the time the sailors were detained, a U.S. Department of Defense…

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  • Carole King's Landmark Album 'Tapestry' Was Released 45 Years Ago Today

    Today marks the 45th anniversary of the release of Carole King's classic album "Tapestry," which established the prolific singer-songwriter as a major solo star. Throughout the 1960s, King had churned out hit after hit for other artists with her husband and songwriting partner, Gerry Goffin, but…

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  • Teresa Giudice Describes How She Survived Prison

    On Tuesday night, she shared with Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" how she survived her 11 and a half months at the Federal Correctional Institution-Danbury, a minimum-security prison in Danbury, Connecticut. "I felt like I was dying, in reality, that's how I felt," the "Real Housewives of…

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  • The Elderly Being Conned Into Trafficking Drugs

    Floridian Ralph Soles, 74, said he was caught transporting methamphetamine into New Zealand two years ago. “I lost a lot,” Soles said. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB) announced today an investigation into the scam for the first time and…

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