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  • Hundreds Gather in 2nd Night of Protests After Police Shooting in California

    El Cajon has become the latest U.S. city to be roiled by a police shooting of a black man. Alfred Okwera Olango, 38, was shot and killed in El Cajon on Tuesday. Police initially said they received a 911 call from Olango's sister, saying her brother was "not acting like himself." According to the…

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  • Rescued Boater Nathan Carman Says 'I Wasn't Responsible for My Mom's Death'

    Nathan Carman, the 22-year-old man rescued after eight days at sea, denied today that he had anything to do with the disappearance of his mother, who is presumed dead after their boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean. "I know I wasn't responsible for the boat sinking. Just hours after Carman arrived on…

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  • Idina Menzel's New Album Proves Why She's the 'Wickedly Talented Adele Dazeem'

    This week pop-singer and songwriter Skylar Grey releases her new album, Idina Menzel releases her first album in two years, art-rockers Warpaint hone their pop skills, Passenger releases another pleasantly folk-y collection and singer-songwriter Rachael Yamagata makes a striking return. Since the…

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  • Rival Teams Work Together to Allow Teen With Cerebral Palsy to Score Touchdown

    Lou Stamey, a 15-year-old who is confined to a wheelchair and has limited speech, scored a touchdown at the beginning of Canton Middle School's football game against Waynesville Middle School on the night of Sept. 22. The game was a precursor to the Friday night game between Pisgah High School and…

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  • Black Man Fatally Shot by Police Pulled Vape Device From Pocket, Not Weapon: Officials

    The object that a black man pulled from his pant pocket before being fatally shot by police in Southern California Tuesday afternoon was not a deadly weapon -- but a vape smoking device, the El Cajon Police Department said Wednesday evening. The Medical Examiner's Office also identified the man as…

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  • Missing 11-Year-Old North Carolina Girl Found Alive, FBI Says

    The FBI announced Wednesday night it had found an 11-year-old girl who disappeared Tuesday afternoon in Catawba County, North Carolina.Emily Jaide Dowdle was last seen Tuesday at about 2:45 p.m. after the school bus dropped her off along Hudson Chapel Road, according to the FBI. She was reported…

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  • Gary Johnson Has Another 'Aleppo Moment' After Failing to Immediately Identity His Favorite World Leader

    Gary Johnson has once again demonstrated that foreign policy may not be his strong point. On Wednesday night –- just three weeks after the Libertarian presidential candidate curiously asked an MSNBC host “What’s Aleppo?” when asked what he would do about the war-torn Syrian city –- Johnson…

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  • Tacos With a Side of Election Education: Trucks in Texas Register Voters

    Hungry food truck patrons in Houston, Texas can now get their tacos with a side of civic engagement. A recently-launched voter registration effort is using taco trucks as a literal vehicle to register voters. Organized by design firm Rigsby Hull, the campaign found its inspiration in now-infamous…

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  • Syrian Refugee Saves Wedding Day With Sewing Skills

    Jo Du's knight in shining armor was a seemingly unlikely one. A Syrian refugee, who had arrived in the country just days earlier and was staying next door to the house the bride had rented in Ontario, also happened to be a tailor. According to Coulter, the tailor spoke no English and has been…

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  • 'All My Children' Creator Agnes Nixon Has Died

    Agnes Nixon, who created such soap operas as "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," has died, her daughter Cathy Chicos told ABC News. Chicos said the TV producer died on Wednesday morning as a result of her battle with Parkinson’s disease and a recent stroke. "One Life to Live" and "All My…

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  • 2 Students, 1 Teacher Hurt in South Carolina Elementary School Shooting

    A teenager opened fire at an elementary school playground during recess in South Carolina on Wednesday, injuring two students and a teacher, but was brought down by a volunteer firefighter who jumped into the fray without being armed, officials said. A teacher placed a 911 call stating that a man…

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  • TSA Explosives Detection Dog Named After 9/11 Hero Retires After 6 Years of Service at JFK Airport

    For the past six years, Ssiller the dog devoted his life to keeping the public safe as an explosives detection canine for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at John F. Kennedy International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the world. The 7-year-old black Labrador retriever --…

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow Celebrates 44th Birthday Without Makeup

    The Oscar winner and Goop founder posted a make-up-free selfie on Tuesday, writing, "#nomakeup for my 44th birthday, embracing my past and future. Despite developing make-up products with Juice Beauty and recently introducing her Goop skin-care line, Paltrow generally eschews makeup, especially…

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  • NYC Bomb Investigation: FBI IDs Men With Suitcase, Officials Say

    The FBI has identified the two men seen on surveillance camera taking a suitcase that had held one of the explosive devices that failed to detonate earlier this month in Manhattan, according to law enforcement officials. Authorities had previously said the men were not considered suspects in the…

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  • President Obama: Congress Made 'Mistake' Overriding His Veto of 9/11 Bill

    President Obama said Congress made a "mistake" in overriding his veto of a bill that would allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for its alleged role in the terrorist attacks. "If you're perceived as voting against 9/11 families right before an election, not surprisingly, that's a…

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  • Meet the Purr-fect Starting Lineup for the 2017 Kitten Bowl

    You’ve got to be kitten me! Hallmark Channel’s "Kitten Bowl" is back for its fourth year and ABC News got a sneak peak at the purr-fect starting lineup. More than 100 adoptable kittens played a furr-ocious football game as the catletes went head to head on the field, with one of the "Most Valuable…

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  • Melissa Joan Hart Reflects on 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' 20 Years Later

    In a recent interview with Nutrisystem, Hart described how it feels knowing she played Sabrina 20 years later. "I honestly can’t believe it’s been 20 years," she said "I feel old! Sabrina was such a fun character. Actresses Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick, who played Sabrina's aunts, sounded off…

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