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  • Mother of Slain US Diplomat Wants Trump to Stop Using his Death for Political Attacks

    The mother of slain U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens is calling on Donald Trump's campaign and the Republican Party to stop using her son’s name and death in Benghazi as fodder for political attacks. Stevens was serving as the U.S. ambassador to Libya when he was killed in a terrorist attack…

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  • Comic-Con 2016: Warner Bros. Panel Live Blog

    Fans got a taste of what's to come from Gal Gadot's "Wonder Woman" on Saturday as the first official teaser trailer debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. "It's an honor and a privilege," Gadot said about bringing this icon to the big screen. "Wonder Woman" is set to hit theaters in June, 2, 2017.

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  • Clinton, Kaine Ticket Debuts in Miami Ahead of DNC

    The two walked arm and arm onto the stage at Florida International University before a crowd of more than 5,000, making it one of the largest rallies to date for Clinton's campaign. "As I have said, the most important qualification when you are trying to make this really big choice is, 'Can this…

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  • Wildfire Near Los Angeles Chars 11,000 Acres, Threatens Homes

    Some 300 firefighters are battling a raging wildfire that has charred 11,000 acres in Santa Clarita, California, just north of Los Angeles, officials said. The so-called Sand Fire broke was first reported Friday afternoon along the northbound side of the 14 Freeway near Sand Canyon Road. The…

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  • Suspect in Munich Attack Had Book About Columbine, Virginia Tech Shooters, Police Say

    The 18-year-old gunman who officials say fatally shot nine people before killing himself at a busy shopping mall in Munich on Friday had a book about the Columbine and Virginia Tech shooters at his home. Police found a copy of a German translation of the 2009 book "Why Kids Kill," written by…

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  • Dangerously High Temperatures Blanket United States, Expected to Last Into Next Week

    A prolonged heat wave is blanketing much of the United States, with dangerously high temperatures believed to be responsible for at least seven deaths, including that of a 4-year-old girl. The girl died in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, after being left for hours in a hot car as temperatures hit 97…

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  • 5 Quotes From Amy Winehouse On Love and Career On 5th Anniversary Of Her Death

    Despite her personal struggles, Winehouse left a legacy of influential music that got the attention of millions of fans and some of the music industry's most respected veterans, including Tony Bennett. "It's just that I'm a caretaker and I want to enjoy myself and spend time with my husband," she…

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  • Kim Kardashian West Reveals Saint West Said 'Dada' For The First Time

    Kim Kardashian West's son Saint is growing up before our eyes.The proud mother recently shared a new addition to the 7-month-old's vocabulary.Kim Kardashian West Shares Rare Photo of Son Saint WestKim Kardashian West and Kanye West Name Their Son Saint West"He said 'dada' today, three times and I…

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  • Democratic National Convention 2016: Everything You Need to Know

    The Republican National Convention wrapped up this week, and now it is the Democrats’ turn in the spotlight. Democrats from all over the country will gather at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center, the arena home of the 76ers and the Flyers, from Monday, July 25, through Thursday for the Democratic…

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  • 300 Firefighters Battle 3,327 Acre Brush Fire in L.A. County

    Three hundred firefighters are battling a 3,327-acre brush fire in Santa Clarita, California, that has forced the mandatory evacuation of 200-300 homes, the Los Angeles County Fire Department said early Saturday morning.No serious damage to people or property was reported yet. One minor firefighter…

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  • Soberlink Cellular is FDA Cleared

    Healthcare providers can remotely measure alcohol in human breath, for aiding in detection and monitoring of alcohol consumption.

  • German-Born Gunman in Munich Attack That Killed 9 Had No ISIS Ties, Say Police

    Several people are dead and injured after a shooting at the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum shopping mall in Munich, Germany, police said, sparking a manhunt for the shooter.The suspect is at large, police spokeswoman Claudia Kunzel told ABC News. Kunzel could not confirm if there were one or more…

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  • Walt Disney's California Home Saved From Demolition, For Now

    A Craftsman bungalow in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles that was once the home of Walt Disney has been temporarily saved from demolition. The Los Angeles Office of Historical Resources on Wednesday put a 75-day hold on the two-bedroom home that is said to be the Disney founder’s first…

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  • What to See and What to Skip in San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico’s appeal as a Caribbean hot spot remains strong: it was named the #1 U.S. island in USA Today’s 2016 Readers’ Choice list. Easy access has a lot to do with that, as well as the ease of travel since Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory (no passport required!). The capital city of San Juan…

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  • 10 Exotic Travel Destinations That Are Trending Right Now

    As travel experts here at, we keep our eye on what's trending in travel, so we're constantly updating -- and adding to -- our coverage of destinations around the world. Which destination do you want to visit first?! Where to Stay: Opened in 1880, Grande Hotel Do Porto is a 19th-century…

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  • 2 Teens Inadvertently Walk Across US-Canada Border While Playing Pokemon Go

    Pokemon Go nearly caused an international incident this week. Two Canadian teenagers were apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol agents Thursday night after they inadvertently -- and illegally -- crossed the U.S.-Canada border while playing the location-based game on their phones, officials said. …

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  • How Hillary Clinton Picked Tim Kaine for Running Mate

    Unlike the public drama that played out before Donald Trump officially unveiled Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, Clinton's selection of Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, was conducted quietly and out of the public eye. Then, Clinton started reading. President Bill Clinton -- arguably…

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  • Hillary Clinton Picks Tim Kaine: Reactions to Her Running Mate Choice

    Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton announced Senator Tim Kaine as her vice presidential pick, a senator from Virginia, as well as a former Virginia governor and chair of the Democratic National Committee. “Hillary Clinton’s choice of Tim Kaine does nothing to unify a fractured Democrat…

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  • Hillary Clinton Chooses Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine as Running Mate

    Hillary Clinton has chosen Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, a man she called a "relentless optimist" who "devoted his life to fighting for others,” as her running mate. The presumptive Democratic nominee also tweeted out her running mate decision. Kaine tweeted he's "honored" to be Clinton's VP.

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  • Tim Kaine: Everything You Need to Know

    What He Does Now: U.S. Senator from Virginia. What He Used to Do: Kaine served as Democratic National Committee chairman from 2009 to 2011. Family Tree: Kaine was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, to Albert and Kathleen Kaine.

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