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  • Harrison Ford Hospitalized After Crashing Small Plane Near Los Angeles

    Harrison Ford was injured when the World War II-era single-engine plane he was piloting crashed on a golf course near Santa Monica, California. Ford, 72, was forced to make an emergency landing at Penmar Golf Course, just west of Santa Monica Municipal Airport, at 2:20 p.m. PST Thursday after the…

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    Harrison Ford was injured when the World War II-era single-engine plane he was piloting crashed on a golf course near Santa Monica, California. Ford, 72, was forced to make an emergency landing at Penmar Golf Course, just west of Santa Monica Municipal Airport, at 2:20 p.m. PST Thursday after the…

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  • Florida Man Drove to Lawyer's Office With Dead Body in Truck

    Attorney Robert Harris said his client, John Marshall, 52, had missing teeth and appeared to have some broken fingers. Marshall said he had gotten into a fight with a neighbor, identified as Theodore Hubbell Jr., 65.

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  • Craig Sager and His Colorful Style Return to the NBA Sidelines

    The man in the colorful clothes was back on the NBA sidelines Thursday. Sager had a bone marrow transplant from his son Craig Jr. – who filled in for his father during last year’s NBA Playoffs – and spent part of his absence in isolation. He had hoped to return for last fall’s baseball playoffs…

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  • Bald Eagles Spotted on Webcam Protecting Eggs From the Snow

    Two bald eagles showed their dedication to parenthood Thursday when they were spotted on a webcam in a Pennsylvania state park sheltering their eggs from the snow. The birds were seen on a webcam at Codorus State Park set up by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. As snow piled up on the birds’…

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  • Pharrell Takes the Stand in 'Blurred Lines' Trial

    Pharrell took the stand Wednesday and told a jury he “must have been channeling” the 1970s when he co-wrote the 2013 mega hit "Blurred Lines" with Robin Thicke. Lawyers say that the case could hinge on that distinction of whether Pharrell and his co-creators were inspired by the songs of the 1970s…

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  • Delta Airlines Plane Skids Off Runway at LaGuardia Airport in New York

    A plane skidded off a runway into a fence at New York’s LaGuardia Airport today while landing during a winter storm, shutting down the airport's runways, officials said. "All 125 passengers and five crew members were safely taken off plane," the Port Authority said adding that there did appear to…

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  • Hillary Clinton Was in Violation of State Dept. Policy for Nearly 6 Years

    Hillary Clinton was in violation of State Department rules governing the use of non-governmental email accounts during her entire tenure as secretary of state and for nearly two years after she left the job, ABC News has learned. A senior State Department official tells ABC News that under rules…

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Paula Patton ‘Thankful’ for the Positive In Wake of Split From Robin Thicke

    Patton is busy with new projects – including a clothing line collaboration with designer Ellen Tracy. "Ellen Tracy came to me and said, 'Would you like to be our brand ambassador?' And I looked at the clothing and -- amazing.

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  • 'Love Has No Labels' Video Goes Viral

    A viral video released by the Ad Council is warming hearts all over the globe.The public service announcement titled "Love Has No Labels," features a large LED screen tracking two skeletons kissing and hugging each other.The first pair step out in front of the crowd, revealing that they are two…

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  • Mark Lippert Knife Attack as It Unfolded

    The U.S. ambassador to South Korea survived a knife attack Thursday morning in the capital, Seoul. Shouting "No to war training,” Kim Ki-jong, 55, allegedly lunged at U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert in Seoul with a 10-inch blade at 7:40 a.m. Thursday morning, local time. The…

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  • Superman Fan Saves 2 Lives After Donating Kidneys the Day He Died

    Chris Kmetz of Bothell was driving home from his job as a Boeing analyst Feb. 23 when his car flipped into a drainage pond, putting the Superman fan on life support, his wife Jackie Kmetz told ABC News today. You can register to become an organ donor online at Donate Life.

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  • Kentucky Drivers Stranded on Snowy Interstate Tweet About Their Plight

    Many Kentucky drivers spent the snowy evening in their cars, counting down 12 hours or more via Twitter and foraging for food, after two serious accidents on a major interstate. The state police estimated the backup to be 20 miles long.Because of a steep hill that police say is almost impossible to…

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  • Wisconsin Mom and Daughter Diagnosed with Cancer 13 Days Apart

    Missy and Brooke Shatley, a mother and daughter from Prairie Farm, Wisconsin, both have cancer. “It’s that unbelief,” Missy, 38, told ABC News of her reaction when they learned the devastating news. Then on January 8, Brooke, Missy and her husband Jason’s oldest child, was diagnosed with stage 3…

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  • Why Instant Ramen Inventor Momofuku Ando Floats in Space in Google Doodle

    Today's Google "Doodle" honors the father of instant noodles: Momofuku Ando, the Taiwanese-Japanese founder of the Nissin Food Products Co. With Taiwanese parents, Ando was born in Taiwan during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan and became a Japanese citizen after World War II. Today, Nissin…

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  • Taco Bell Wrapper Dress Designer Wins Contest and Commercial Spot

    Olivia Mears designed a dress made entirely out of taco wrappers for Taco Bell’s “Live Mas to Win Mas” contest and ended up in a commercial for the company.

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  • Jodi Arias Trial: Judge Declares Mistrial After Hung Jury

    The jury could not reach an unanimous decision in the sentencing of convicted killer Jodi Arias and the judge declared a mistrial. Now that this second jury was hung, Judge Sherry Stephens is tasked with deciding Arias' sentence: whether she will be in prison for life or have the possibility for…

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