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  • Miley Cyrus, John Legend, John Mayer to Honor Legends at Rock Hall of Fame

    Some of today's biggest stars will be on hand to induct -- and perform tributes to -- the iconic musicians entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year at the hall's induction ceremony Saturday in Cleveland. Miley Cyrus, who's often spoken about her admiration for '80s rock icons Joan Jett &…

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  • Slow-moving Storms Cause Flash Flooding in Texas

    Storms slowing moving through Texas early Saturday left thousands without power and caused flash flooding as they dumped large amounts of rain in several counties.The city of Pasadena, about 15 miles southeast of Houston, received 3.6 inches of rain in 30 minutes late Friday, a rate that occurs…

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  • See This, Skip That: British Virgin Islands

    Skip the Port City, Set Sail for Other Islands Instead Home base for most is the main island of Tortola, an intersection of ruins amid the mountainous terrain and a bustling port town that sees thousands of weekly visitors in its shops, shores and eateries. This cruise traffic can easily create…

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  • Passenger Pokes 'Loud' Snoring Seatmate With Pen, Delays Southwest Plane

    A woman was removed from a Southwest Airlines plane at a Chicago airport on Thursday afternoon after allegedly "poking" a seatmate with a pen to try and stop his snoring, airline officials said.The incident happened before the plane took off, airline officials added, saying the flight was scheduled…

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  • Chernobyl Survivor to Be Pushed in Team Hoyt Wheelchair for Boston Marathon

    Alosha O'Brien was born perfectly healthy, but after living through the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster when he was nearly 2, his body didn't grow properly, and he developed disabilities. Now 30 and living in the United States since leaving Russia, O'Brien mostly gets around with the help of…

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  • Elmo Says 'Get Vaccinated' in New Video

    In a new video released by the U.S. Health and Human Services, Elmo of “Sesame Street” joined forces with the U.S. Surgeon General to encourage all children to be up to date on their vaccinations. "I explained to him that, as Surgeon General, it is my job to help everyone stay healthy," U.S.…

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  • 'True Story,' 'Child 44,' 'Unfriended' and 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2': Reviews of New Movies

    First up, the drama "True Story" has so much star power that, on paper, it looks like an Oscar contender: Academy Award nominees Jonah Hill, James Franco and Felicity Jones head the cast, and Brad Pitt is a producer. As the title declares, "True Story" is based on a true story about disgraced…

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  • David Hasselhoff's Music Video 'True Survivor' Is a Beautiful, Strange 1980s Journey

    Gunfights? Kung fu? Dogs with lasers for eyeballs? Hitler? Dinosaurs?Sure.David Hasselhoff's latest music video, “True Survivor,” was released Thursday and features a strange, beautiful mix of 1980s themes -- from computer hackers on PCs to street riot sequences that would make Steven Seagal…

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  • 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' -- Fans React to 1st Trailer

    It was supposed to first air on Monday in IMAX theaters, but the first "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer hit the Internet on Thursday night and fan were quick to react.There was definite excitement, especially with the new "Star Wars" trailer hitting the same day.Read: 'Batman v.…

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  • Kim Richards Steps Out After Arrest

    Kim Richards may be laying low, but she's not hiding. Just hours after the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was released from police custody, she was seen in the L.A. area wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses. Richards, 50, was arrested in the early hours of Thursday morning and charged…

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  • Watch California Water Cop Patrol for Wasters in Drought-Stricken State

    Save water or face the consequences: That’s Rick Silva’s message to the Los Angeles communities he patrols. Silva is a water cop, or more formally a water conservation supervisor with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

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  • Why Josh Hartnett Regrets Not Doing 'Batman'

    Looking back, it's hard to imagine anyone other than Christian Bale playing the most recent "Batman," but it could have been Josh Hartnett. The actor, who was one of Hollywood's most sought-after stars in the early 2000s, has revealed in the past that he was offered the role of Batman and possibly…

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  • Sam Smith Reveals He's 4 Pounds Away From His Goal Weight

    "Beautiful catch up with the incredible [nutritionist Amelia Freer]," he wrote next to a photo of himself in her kitchen. Smith, 22, said last month that he'd lost 14 pounds in 14 days with Freer's help.

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  • Attorney Had Date Planned With Beauty Pageant Champion on Night of Deadly Shooting

    Ryan Poston was supposed to be on a date with another woman -– a beauty pageant champion -– on the night that his on-again, off-again girlfriend fatally shot him, it was revealed in a Kentucky courtroom on Thursday. Audrey Bolte, Miss Ohio 2012, said she planned on meeting the 29-year-old attorney…

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  • 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' -- How J.J. Abrams Reacted to New Trailer

    Fans were mostly pleased with the new footage of the movie out in December, especially the shots at the end featuring Harrison Ford back as his iconic character Han Solo. After the trailer hit and director J.J. Abrams' panel at "Star Wars: Celebration," the man himself spoke to ABC News about the…

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  • Qantas Pilot Uniforms: A Look Back Through the Years

    The airline announced this week that Australian fashion designer Martin Grant has been tapped to outfit the fliers in new gear after successfully modernizing the brand's cabin crew uniforms in 2013. “Every Qantas uniform over the past 95 years reflects its times and we’re excited to work with…

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  • Sarah Silverman Apologizes for Story About Gender Gap Disparity

    In the video posted to YouTube on April 6, the 44-year-old Silverman claimed she was paid less than a male comic for an appearance at the New York Comedy Club in Manhattan. She said the owner, Al Martin, paid her $10 for performing for the same duration of time as her male counterpart who happened…

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