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  • After Historic Democratic Convention, Celebrities Take to Social Media

    What's a historic night without celebrity Instagrams and tweets to follow?Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic Party's presidential nomination Thursday night in Philadelphia, making history as the first woman nominee for a major party. As the star-studded Democratic National Convention came to a…

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  • The Evolution of Matt Damon and 'Jason Bourne'

    Today, the name Matt Damon is synonymous with Jason Bourne. The Oscar-winner has been playing the amnesiac spy for almost 15 years now and is back in his fourth turn as "Bourne" to the delight of fans worldwide. You can literally see Damon progress from an early 30's young actor taking on his…

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  • 1 Cop Killed, Another Injured in San Diego Shooting; Suspect in Custody

    A police officer and father of two is dead, and another cop is injured after they were shot in San Diego Thursday night.One suspect has been taken into police custody. Police said they were searching for additional suspects.The shooting happened after the two officers, both assigned to the gang…

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  • Teen Battling Bone Cancer Marries High School Sweetheart in Hospital

    When Swift Myers and Abbi Myers, nee Ruicker, wed on Sunday, it was from the bed at an Oklahoma hospital where Swift Myers, 18, has spent the last month battling cancer. "I was in shock," Abbi said of the outpouring of love.

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  • $536 Million Jackpot Finally Claimed by Indiana Couple who Forgot They Bought Tickets

    A couple from Hamilton County, Indiana, with two children has come forward and been confirmed as the winners of the $536 million jackpot, Indiana's Hoosier Lottery officials announced at a news conference today. The prize is the largest ever won by a single ticket holder in Mega Millions history. …

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  • Melanie Griffith Says She's 'Single and Lonely' After Splitting From Antonio Banderas

    Melanie Griffith is slowly finding her way back into the dating game after splitting from Antonio Banderas after 18 years of marriage."It's just sort of nice," she told People magazine. "My kids are all great. They're beautiful people. I'm single, and lonely, and bored, and confused, but then at…

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  • Bear Cools Off With Dip in Backyard Pool

    A bear in California found relief from the heat in a local resident's swimming pool, as shown on a video released by a California police department."A resident shared this video with us of a bear cooling off in the family pool this morning. ...

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  • Jenna Dewan Tatum Talks the 'Balancing Act' of Motherhood

    Actress Jenna Dewan Tatum says she's still mastering the "balancing act" of motherhood and marriage. Dewan Tatum has a 3-year-old daughter, Everly, with husband Channing Tatum. Although she and her husband both appear pretty flawless most of the time, Dewan Tatum admits she has her good days and…

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  • Jared Leto Says He Still Has Some of the Joker Left in Him 'Somewhere'

    Jared Leto said he “dove pretty deep” into taking on the iconic role of the Joker in “Suicide Squad,” so deep that he is not sure the character fully left him after the filming of the movie wrapped. “I feel like this film is an introduction to the Joker and I'm hopeful that we will see more to…

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  • 13-Year-Old Dog Up for Adoption After Waiting Months Outside for Deceased Owner

    An Australian Cattle Dog was rescued this month in California after waiting in the yard for his deceased owner, officials said. Ricky Bobby, 13, was found outside a boarded-up home in Mojave, according to Zach Skow, founder and executive director at Marley's Mutts Dog Rescue in Tehachapi,…

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  • Meryl Streep Admits she Once Thought her Career Would End at age 40

    In an interview with WSJ Magazine following the premier of her latest movie, 'Florence Foster Jenkins', Streep opened up about the age barriers for women in Hollywood that once seemed more impenetrable than now.

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  • Pope Francis Visits Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Meets Survivors

    Pope Francis paid a somber visit to the site of the former Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz in southern Poland on Friday. The Vatican said Francis wanted to mourn the victims in quiet prayer and meditation, and for roughly 15 minutes he prayed silently before meeting with several survivors of…

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  • Review: 'Bad Moms' Has a Funny Cast but Just Doesn't Work

    Conceptually, "Bad Moms" is funny. In this day of Facebook mom groups, mommy bloggers and the just plain over-saturation of parenting advice, a satire giving the perfect-mom meme the finger is just what the medical advice website ordered. Furthermore, we have a cast brimming with funny women:…

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  • Review: 'Jason Bourne' Feels 'Incredibly Stale'

    It’s easy to complain about sequels, but when it’s another Jason Bourne movie reuniting Matt Damon with director Paul Greengrass, there are a couple of reasons to get excited -- namely, "The Bourne Supremacy" and "The Bourne Ultimatum." Both of those films are as smart as they’re intense and…

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  • Singer JoJo Reveals the Unhealthy Lengths She Went to as Child Star

    JoJo, born Joanna Levesque, was a sensation in the mid-2000's with hits like "Leave (Get Out)." But then she dropped off the map a bit, partly from a legal battle with her now-defunct label, where she couldn't release new music for a handful of years. The 25-year-old just released her new single…

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  • Conservatives Lash Out at Actor Bradley Cooper for Appearance at Democratic National Convention

    Political conservatives have raised an outcry online after seeing “American Sniper” star Bradley Cooper among attendees at the Democratic National Convention in the actor's hometown of Philadelphia. Cooper earned critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for his turn in the 2014 hit film about…

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  • Report: VA Spent Millions on Costly Art as Veterans Waited for Care

    A new report alleges that the Department of Veterans Affairs spent $20 million between 2004 and 2014 on costly artwork. Open The Books, a nonprofit that claims to be the world’s largest private database of government spending, in conjunction with Cox Media used government data to examine the…

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  • Extreme Skydiver Luke Aikins Prepares to Jump 25,000 Feet With No Parachute

    Luke Aikins has safely landed 18,000 parachute jumps so far in his 26-year career, but the elite daredevil is seriously upping ante in his latest stunt. The 42-year-old aerial expert and third-generation skydiver will jump out of an airplane at 25,000 feet over Simi Valley, California tomorrow…

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  • 'Cupcake' the Horse Pulled From Muddy Water in 2-Hour Rescue

    The horse, named Cupcake, fell from exhaustion in a muddy area in Cherry Creek State Park in Aurora, Colorado. The owner of Cupcake, whose name was not released, sat by the 13-year-old horse’s side and used her hat to shade the horse as a 15-member rescue crew arrived. More firefighters later…

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  • First Outbreak of Locally Transmitted Zika Virus Confirmed in Continental US

    An outbreak of the Zika virus has been confirmed in Florida, marking the first time the virus has been found to be transmitted via infected mosquitoes within the continental U.S. The outbreak has infected at least four people, three men and one woman, through local transmission, Florida officials…

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