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  • Kentucky Drivers Stranded on Snowy Interstate Tweet About Their Plight

    Many Kentucky drivers spent the snowy evening in their cars, counting down 12 hours or more via Twitter and foraging for food, after two serious accidents on a major interstate. The state police estimated the backup to be 20 miles long.Because of a steep hill that police say is almost impossible to…

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  • Kelly Clarkson Fires Back at Fat Shamer

    Journalist and reality star Katie Hopkins, known as "the most hated woman in Britain," blasted Clarkson's size on Twitter. "What happened to Kelly Clarkson?" Hopkins wrote on Feb. 20. In an interview with "Entertainment Tonight" on Wednesday, she said, "Kelly Clarkson is now a chunky monkey, if…

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  • Jodi Arias Trial: Jury Has Reached a Verdict

    The jury has reached a verdict in the sentencing phase for convicted killer Jodi Arias. Arias was found guilty in May 2013 for killing her on-off boyfriend Travis Alexander after a lengthy trial. The trial jury found her guilty of first-degree murder but deadlocked on whether to sentence her to…

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  • World's Oldest Person Turns 117, Reveals Secret to Long Life

    That's the advice, according to the world's oldest person, Misao Okawa, who turned 117 today. Okawa married her husband Yukio in 1919, and they had two daughters and one son.

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  • NC Murder Suspect Jonathan Broyhill Wanted to Kill Himself, Not Best Friend's Wife, Defense Argues

    Opening statements in the North Carolina trial of Jonathan Broyhill focused on the suspect’s mental state, with defense attorneys arguing Broyhill was only interested in killing himself, not his best friend’s wife, political strategist Jamie Hahn in April 2013. “Something snapped ... This case is…

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown: Pat Houston Speaks Out on Bobbi Kristina's 22nd Birthday

    Bobbi Kristina Brown's aunt Pat Houston released a statement about her niece on her birthday, while the 22-year-old continues to fight for her life in a Georgia hospital. "Today is Bobbi Kristina's 22nd birthday and we ask you to continue to keep her in your prayers as she is still fighting the…

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  • YouTube’s #DearMe Campaign Urges Women to Share Advice to Their Younger Selves

    To celebrate International Women’s Day, YouTube has launched a campaign urging women to share advice they would give to their younger selves.The effort is meant to inspire and empower young girls everywhere who may be struggling with similar issues, and YouTube is soliciting participation in the…

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  • Duchess Kate Middleton to Visit 'Downton Abbey'

    Duchess Kate will visit the London set of the hit TV show next Thursday, March 12, the Palace announced today. Kate, 33, will pay a visit to Ealing Studios to, “celebrate the success of the award-winning production, ‘Downton Abbey,’” the Palace’s statement read. In what could be a dream for royal…

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  • 'Seinfeld' Had an Amazing Reunion More than 15 Years After Show

    Jerry Seinfeld, 60, Jason Alexander, 55, and Michael Richards, 65, got together in Beverly Hills Wednesday at a charity for the first Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch to Benefit Baby Buggy.

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  • Jawbone Fossil Sheds New Light on the First Humans

    A 2.8 million year old jawbone fragment discovered in Ethiopia is shedding new light on a period of evolution that has long remained a mystery to anthropologists.The fossil dates back to a time when Homo, the branch humans descended from, split from their ape-like ancestors.The timing is…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    "I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person," Zuckerberg told a group in Barcelona who participated in the Facebook co-founder's monthly town hall meeting. Hillary Clinton addressed concerns Wednesday about her use of a personal email account during her term…

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  • Boston Marathon Bombing: Inside Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's 'It Was Him' Defense Strategy

    One of the first things Tsarnaev's attorney Judy Clarke told the court Wednesday was that he was responsible for the "senseless, horrific, misguided acts." The defense would only contest the "why" of it all, she said, indicating it was Tsarnaev's late older brother, Tamerlan, who pushed her client…

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  • Critics Say ‘Burnbook’ App Exposes Children to Cyberbullying

    Akin to a local Twitter without the Twitter handles, the Burnbook app lets students find and click on their school and post anonymous comments about anything or anyone. The app's "terms of service" page on its website clearly states users, "May not use the service to transmit content that is…

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  • 2015 Tax Tips: Avoid Frequent Mistakes on Tax Returns

    Having a sense of organization may help avoid common mistakes when filing tax returns. "I think the biggest mistake people make is a failure to plan,” said Tom Wheelwright, the CEO and founder of CPA firm Provision. IRS spokesman Eric Smith recommends filing your taxes online. TurboTax vice…

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  • Adam Sandler and Bob Barker Recreated Their 'Happy Gilmore' Fight

    The duo, who hilariously brawled in the 1996 golf comedy “Happy Gilmore,” reprised their film rivalry for Comedy Central’s “Night of Too Many Stars,” recreating their infamous fighting scene, this time in a hospital room. “Night of Too Many Stars,” which airs Sunday, raises money for autism…

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  • North Korea Hails Attack on Mark Lippert as 'Righteous Punishment' Against US

    North Korea hailed a South Korean man’s attack on the U.S. ambassador to Seoul in a statement through its Korean Central News Agency, saying the attack “reflects public opinion” in South Korea and is a “righteous punishment” against the United States. The statement said the alleged assailant, Kim…

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  • 'GMA' Deals and Steals on Spring Fashion

    Spring forward into these fashionable finds! Hot accessories like statement earrings, foldable flats, tassel necklaces, colorful totes and more start at $12 and are up to 86% off.

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