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  • Angry Birds 2: What Makes This Version Different

    Angry Birds are taking flight once again. The latest edition, Angry Birds 2, includes everything players loved about the first game, with some additional surprises including sharper graphics, multi-stage levels and if you can believe it, even more destruction.

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  • Topshop Does About-Face on Super Skinny Mannequin After Being Called Out on Facebook

    Topshop is the popular British-based retailer that’s known for its skinny jeans -- and even skinnier mannequins. The retailer is now saying it will no longer use a particular skinny style of mannequin after a concerned shopper posted a photo on Facebook that showed a jeans-clad mannequin in the…

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  • US Officials Want Dentist Who Admitted to Killing Cecil the Lion to Contact Them 'Immediately'

    "The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is investigating the circumstances surrounding the killing of 'Cecil the lion,'" the agency told ABC News in a statement today. "At this point in time, however, multiple efforts to contact Dr. Walter Palmer have been unsuccessful.

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  • Gatwick Airport Introduces Meals to Make Fliers Happier

    But fliers traveling from London's Gatwick Airport will find mood-boosting food available, designed specifically to make fliers happier before boarding. The airport teamed up with nutritionist Jo Travers to become the first airport in the world to introduce a happiness guide on restaurant menus. …

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  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Searchers Treating Debris as Major Lead

    Investigators are treating a piece of airplane debris that washed ashore on a small French island near Madagascar as a major lead in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the Australian deputy prime minister said today. Warren Truss called finding the flaperon on Reunion Island on Wednesday…

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  • 18-Foot-Long Burmese Python Weighing 133 Pounds Caught in Florida Everglades

    A massive female Burmese python -- 18 feet 3 inches long and 133 pounds heavy -- was recently discovered and caught in the Everglades National Park in Florida, according to U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) officials. The "big gal" is not a record-breaker, though she's only three inches shy of the…

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  • 'Ghost Woman and Her Baby': Photo Shows Mysterious Figure in Window

    This woman's photo of her with friends in her hometown of Wem in Shropshire, U.K., looks ordinary until you look closely at the window behind them. "I truly believe there is a ghost woman and her baby in that window," Natasha Oliver, 22, told ABC News.

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  • MH370 Investigation: Tattered Suitcase Recovered Near Washed-Up Wreckage

    Just hours after a recovering what appeared to be part of a Boeing 777 -- debris investigators believe could be connected to the MH370 investigation -- a worker stumbled upon what looked to be a tattered piece of luggage on the same beach. Johny Bègue, credited with spotting the airplane debris in…

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  • MH370 Search: A Look at the Plane Part That Was Found

    What appears to be a part of a Boeing 777 recovered on an island near Madagascar has sparked renewed interest in the ongoing MH370 investigation.What exactly is the piece that was found? Malaysia Airlines referred to the airplane component as a “flaperon.”"At the moment, it would be too premature…

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  • How Ronda Rousey Got Over Her Body Issues

    Ronda Rousey recently posed in Sports Illustrated for its swimsuit issue. Instead of dropping weight like most do before stripping down and putting on a bikini, the champion MMA fighter decided to pack on a few pounds."I felt like I was much too small for a magazine that is supposed to be…

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  • Amazon's Push-to-Buy 'Dash' Buttons Go on Sale

    Amazon is bringing its one-click ordering system to everyday life with its Amazon Dash button. The push-to-order buttons are now available to Amazon Prime members for $4.99, with 18 different buttons -- each covering a household product. The buttons are branded with some of the most common…

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  • Ginger Zee's Baby Shoe Breakdown

    We started receiving baby gifts and with each one, this little being growing inside of me starts feeling more and more real. But none of the onesies or bottles have made me feel like this gift:

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  • MH370: 5 Theories of What Happened to the Missing Plane

    Few thought it was possible for a jumbo jet seemingly to vanish mid-flight until Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, never made it to Beijing. The 239 people on board MH370, including the 12 crew members, are all believed to have died, though none of the plane's remnants nor…

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  • Judge Sets $1 Million Bond for Cincinnati Cop Accused of Murdering Samuel DuBose

    Police Officer Ray Tensing, who is accused of murdering Samuel DuBose during a traffic stop in Cincinnati, was arraigned in court today. Tensing, 25, was indicted Wednesday on one count of murder and one count of voluntary manslaughter for the shooting death of the unarmed DuBose on July 19. The…

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  • Christina Applegate: Why She Wasn't Interested in 'Legally Blonde'

    Though Christina Applegate clarified on Wednesday that she was never offered the role of Elle Woods in "Legally Blonde," the actress did admit the script came her way and she wasn't interested. Applegate told Entertainment Tonight that she was sent the script "right after I had just finished,…

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  • Google's Internet Beaming Balloons: What Life Will Be Like With Them

    Sri Lanka is set to become the first country with universal Internet access after the island nation signed on to use Google's stratospheric internet beaming balloons to cover the country. A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Google and Sri Lanka's government, but does not give a…

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  • Louisiana Movie Theater Shooting Survivor Describes Taking Bullet to Protect Friend

    A teacher who survived a shooting at a movie theater in Louisiana last week described taking a bullet to protect her friend as she feared the gunman would kill her. "We instantly got down on the ground, and that's when I felt a bullet go through the side of my leg and exit the other side of my…

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