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  • Cleveland Residents 'a Model' for Handling of Officer's Acquittal, Ohio Governor Says

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich praised the people of Cleveland today, calling its residents a “model” in their response to the acquittal of a white police officer charged in the 2012 shooting deaths of an unarmed black couple. Protests quickly followed the acquittal of officer Michael Brelo, who had been…

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  • Firefighter Killed as Flooding Wreaks Havoc in Texas, Oklahoma

    An Oklahoma firefighter was killed attempting a water rescue and about 350 homes were under water in a small Texas town as a large part of the central and southern Plains states remained under a flash flood watch today following a day of powerful storms. In Claremore, Oklahoma, about 30 miles…

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  • 'A Beautiful Mind' Mathematician John Nash and His Wife Killed in New Jersey Taxi Crash

    Princeton University mathematician and Nobel Prize winner John Nash, whose life was the subject of the film "A Beautiful Mind," was killed in a taxi crash along with his wife in New Jersey on Saturday. Nash and Alicia Nash were in a taxi on the New Jersey Turnpike when the driver lost control and…

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  • Winning the Indy 500 of Investing Means Going the Distance

    Why you Need to Consider the Dollar When Investing

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  • Body Found Near Where Kayaker in Alleged Murder Disappeared

    New York State police said the body was pulled from the river near West Point today, and was taken to the Orange County medical examiner for autopsy and identification. Vincent Viafore, 46, disappeared last month after his kayak capsized. Prosecutors charged Angelika Graswald, 35, with his with…

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  • Cleveland Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Unarmed Couple's Shooting Deaths

    A judge today acquitted a white Cleveland police officer in the 2012 shooting deaths of an unarmed black couple, saying he couldn't determine whether the officer alone fired the fatal shots at the end of a 137-bullet barrage. Michael Brelo was acquitted of voluntary manslaughter and a lesser…

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  • Paralyzed Georgia Teen Walks at His High School Graduation

    A paralyzed high school student in Georgia did something described by some as a miraculous step forward: he walked at his graduation. Thanks to a special medical device, Will Hutchins of Heard County was able to walk across the stage to receive his diploma at his graduation ceremony Friday night,…

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  • See This, Skip That: Santa Fe

    Beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a traveler draw year-round, with its bevy of deluxe resorts, vibrant arts scene and world-class cuisine. A journey here is a cultural adventure and, for many, a spiritual one, too. Here are a few special things to see and do in this truly special American…

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  • Hillary Clinton Teaches Voter How to Take a Selfie

    At a campaign event in Exeter, New Hampshire, on Friday, Clinton gave a brief lesson on how to take a selfie to a voter who was attempting to take a photo with her. There you go," Clinton said as she helped the woman open the camera on her iPhone outside of the Water Street Bookstore. Pointing to…

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  • Memorial Day and How to Avoid Holiday Dangers

    This weekend, millions of Americans will hit the road to spend time with family and friends during Memorial Day and celebrate the unofficial kick-off of the summer season. To make sure you can enjoy your long weekend and stay safe, here are a few tips on how to stay safe and enjoy the summer…

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  • Josh Duggar: '19 Kids and Counting' Pulled in Wake of Allegations

    "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air," said a statement from the network today. This comes one day after Josh Duggar responded to reports that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago. An In Touch story broke earlier this…

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  • Josh Duggar: Mike Huckabee Defends the '19 Kids and Counting' Star

    Now, Mike Huckabee is standing up for him. "Josh’s actions when he was an underage teen are as he described them himself, 'inexcusable,' but that doesn’t mean 'unforgivable.' He and his family dealt with it and were honest and open about it with the victims and the authorities," Huckabee wrote in…

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  • 'Poltergeist' Movie Review

    A few months back, a "Poltergeist" cast member described the movie to me as a “family adventure film.” That hardly sounded appealing. It is a family adventure film, kind of, though not a particularly good one. The original "Poltergeist" from 1982 is a classic.

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  • Man Writes Down Hilarious Things Girlfriend Says While Talking in Her Sleep

    Reddit user Soggybrick said he finds it quite funny when he hears his girlfriend Samantha talking in her sleep. So funny, in fact, that he's decided to share some of her most notable lines on the Web."She just talks sometimes while I'm on the computer late at night," he told ABC News. "So I take…

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  • Mom Graduates in Son's Place Days After He Dies in Post-Prom Crash

    Kaye Jackson said she could feel her son Aaron Dunigan's love when she walked in his place at graduation on Wednesday, just four days after he lost his life in a post-prom car crash. Senior prom at Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet City, Illinois, was on Friday, May 15.

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  • Marriott Embraces Text Requests, Signaling Major Shift in How Hotels Service Guests

    Between mobile check-in, automatic check out and even robots delivering room service, hotel guests have decreased their interaction with staff dramatically in recent years. And this summer, travelers staying at Marriott hotels no longer need to pick up the phone to get even the most unusual…

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  • Dog Loses Eyes to Glaucoma, 'Younger Siblings' Take on Role of Guide Animals

    Kiaya is an Akita who lives in Waterford, Michigan, with her owner, Jessica VanHusen. "She's my furry daughter," VanHusen told ABC News today. When Kiaya was diagnosed with glaucoma -- an eye condition that can cause blindness -- she had to have both of her eyes removed, VanHusen said.

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