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  • Washington Navy Yard Response Highlights Preparedness to Potential Terror Attacks

    The response to a suspected active shooter at the Washington Navy Yard this morning was swift and massive. When the 911 call came in at 7:29 a.m. ET that gunshots had been heard at the Navy Yard, dozens of officers from Naval Security, D.C. Metropolitan Police, U.S. Capitol Police, Park Police,…

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  • USPS Unveils New Elvis Stamp Artwork

    Just like his previous postage stamp from 1993, a new stamp featuring Elvis Presley shows the King of Rock and Roll in his youthful glory.The United States Postal Service released the artwork today for the upcoming Presley stamp that will be issued on Aug. 12 as part of the agency's Music Icons…

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  • Stephen Colbert Interviews Eminem on a Michigan Cable Access Show

    While not in his "Colbert Report" persona, Colbert was certainly in character, deadpanning through the 41-plus minute program as any local host would, on location in the local access channel's studio, which Colbert said was the perfect channel "to binge watch 2014 city council meetings.

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  • Ben Affleck Talks 'Sexy Scene,' Reveals Secrets From 'Batman v Superman'

    In advance of Comic-Con, Entertainment Weekly spoke to "Batman v Superman" stars Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill -- and some of the quotes that go along with the slideshow are very telling almost as much as the photos themselves. Bruce Wayne, played by Affleck, might have some kind of "sexy scene,"…

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  • ‘GMA’ Backyard Bash Challenge: Design Stars Go Head-to-Head to Create the Ultimate July 4th Table Display

    New York City-based designer Tyler Wisler and Jenni Radosevich, the founder of ISpyDIY.com, appeared today on “GMA,” going head-to-head to create their version of the ultimate Fourth of July table display using an array of tools and materials such as ribbons, spray paint, pinwheels, plants,…

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  • Uncle Sam Proved Real as Arkansas Offspring Carry on His Service Legacy

    The direct descendants of Samuel Wilson -- a meat packer from Troy, New York, who supplied beef rations to soldiers during the war of 1812 and is commonly recognized as inspiring the nickname and poster for “Uncle Sam” -- were recently revealed to be living in Arkansas, thanks to research…

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  • Expert Advice on How to Avoid the Top 3 Grilling Gaffes

    Mike Peters, president of the Kansas City Barbeque Society and award-winning barbecue champion, gives his best advice for battling the top three grilling gaffes.

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  • A Look at the Hazardous Chemical That Forced Thousands to Evacuate After Train Caught on Fire

    The chemical that was being transported on the train that caught fire in Tennessee is called vinyl cyandide, and it has vapors that explode when exposed to fire, authorities said today. First responders ordered an evacuation of residences and businesses in a two-mile radius around where the fire…

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  • Here's the Zebra That 'Sings' for Snacks

    A dad on vacation with his family got a zebra to “sing” for its snacks.The Stanley family was visiting the Natural Bridge Caverns Wildlife Ranch in San Antonio, Texas, when it go up close with a zebra.As the family sat in their car, the zebra came close to the opened car window, hoping for…

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  • Details of Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brook's Down-Home Fourth of July Plans

    Having written three best-selling cookbooks and hosting a hit show on the Food Network, it’s no surprise that Independence Day at Trisha Yearwood’s house sounds like it lives up to her culinary reputation.

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  • Facebook's Plan For Laser Communication System

    Mark Zuckerberg gave the world its first look at a laser communications system being developed by Facebook's Connectivity Lab as a way to quickly beam data into communities. "This will dramatically increase the speed of sending data over long distances," Zuckerberg wrote in a post on his Facebook…

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  • California Woman Rescued 2 Days After Her SUV Plunged Off Cliff

    A California woman is recovering from two days trapped in her SUV after it plunged off a cliff.Jennifer Duron, 40, vanished Monday when she was on her way home from a run in Malibu. Her family reported her missing, unaware her vehicle was sitting 70 feet down an embankment.Duron was stuck for two…

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  • Thousands Evacuated After Derailed Train Hauling Chemicals Catches Fire in Tennessee

    A train car carrying chemicals derailed and caught fire around midnight in Maryville, Tennessee, displacing up to 5,000 people, authorities said. The CSX train was traveling from Cincinnati to Waycross, Georgia, when the fire broke out, Kristin Seay of CSX corporate communications said. "CSX…

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  • How Arnold Schwarzenegger Got Back in Shape for 'Terminator'

    It's been more than 30 years since the first "Terminator" when Arnold Schwarzenegger was in insane shape and years removed from a championship bodybuilding career. For the latest installment in the series, "Terminator Genisys," Arnold has to face off against a version of his past self, so being in…

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  • 'Back to the Future' Had a Reunion for 30th Anniversary

    Ahead of the 30th anniversary of "Back the the Future," some of the cast like Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and others held a special screening on Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl and spoke about the film's longevity three decades later. "Back to the Future" was one of the first films that…

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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Complete Results

    Photos: US Women's Soccer Team Headed to World Cup Final5 Biggest Moments in US Soccer Team HistoryESPN: Complete Coverage of Canada 2015Group A:June 6Canada 1, China 0Netherlands 1, New Zealand 0June 11China 1, Netherlands 0Canada 0, New Zealand 0June 15Netherlands 1, Canada 1China 2, New Zealand…

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  • Fireworks Won't Fly on July 4th, TSA Says

    The Transportation Security Administration would like to take this opportunity to remind you fireworks are not permitted on planes this Fourth of July weekend, or any other time of the year for that matter."Most fireworks are meant to fly high in the sky, but never via a commercial aircraft," the…

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