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  • Russian Bikers' Trek to Celebrate WWII Soviet Victory Stokes Tension With Poland, Germany

    Members of Russia’s equivalent of the Hell’s Angels are attempting to ride to Berlin to mark the anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany in World War II, setting up a bizarre confrontation with the Polish and German governments. Among the bikers are members of the "Night…

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  • Nepal Earthquake Crews Race to Rescue Climbers on Mount Everest

    Crews battled shifting weather conditions as they raced to rescue the remaining Mount Everest climbers stranded by Saturday’s deadly avalanche. According to International Mountain Guides, a helicopter was able to recover gear from Camp 1, as well as the remaining climbers, after the fog lifted…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    A state of emergency was issued and National Guard troops were deployed in the streets of Baltimore after violence erupted in the city. Numerous fires were reported overnight, and Baltimore police reported people throwing cinder blocks at fire engines as firefighters worked to extinguish the flames.

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  • Violence Erupts in Baltimore, State of Emergency Issued

    A state of emergency was issued and National Guard troops were deployed in the streets of Baltimore after violence erupted in the city. Numerous fires were reported overnight, and Baltimore police reported people throwing cinder blocks at fire engines as firefighters worked to extinguish the…

    Good Morning America26 mins ago
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome Isn't All in Your Head, But Docs Say Therapy Can Help

    There is a very real link between psychological stress and irritable bowel syndrome, doctors acknowledge. “Anxiety and other thoughts can trigger symptoms of IBS,” noted Jeffrey Brown, a cognitive-behavioral psychologist with the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.

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  • National Guard Troops Deployed After Violent Clashes in Baltimore

    A state of emergency was issued and National Guard troops were deployed following a violent gathering in Baltimore, where people threw objects at police, set cars on fire and looted businesses. "These acts of violence and destruction ... cannot and will not be tolerated," Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan…

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  • 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards: Jennifer Lopez Gets Hero Award

    Actress and singer Jennifer Lopez received the Radio Disney Hero Award this weekend for her philanthropic work in the U.S. and around the world.Lopez, who was presented with the award during the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards on Saturday at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, thanked the…

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  • Aurora Shooting Trial: James Holmes 'Not Faking' Insanity Plea, Defense Tells Jury

    New details about the shooting were also revealed during the first day of the court case, including how Holmes scoped out various theaters and rated them based on the number of possible exits, and how he blasted techno music in his headphones during the shooting, according to prosecutors. Holmes…

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  • Actress Jayne Meadows Dead at 95

    Jayne Meadows has died, her agent confirmed to ABC News. She was 95.Meadows, who was married to TV legend Steve Allen from 1954 until his death in 2000, was born in China and moved to Connecticut with her missionary parents as a child. As a teenager, she developed a love of theater and made a name…

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  • Woman Paralyzed at Bachelorette Party Becomes a Mom Thanks to Surrogate

    Rachelle Friedman Chapman was paralyzed when a bridesmaid playfully pushed her into a pool at her bachelorette party five years ago, causing irreversible damage to her spinal cord. Kaylee Rae Chapman was born at 10:48 a.m. Sunday, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces, Chapman told ABC News. Even though…

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  • California Man Abandoned by Dumpster as Baby in 1989 Meets Biological Father for 1st Time

    When Robin Barton was just born, his mother abandoned him by a garbage dumpster in Santa Ana, California, where he was found on the ground covered in newspaper, gravel and trash. That's where Michael Buelna, a now retired cop, said he discovered the baby and saved his life. Barton's biological…

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  • Aid for Nepal: How You Can Help Earthquake Victims

    U.S. disaster relief teams are expected to arrive in Nepal today following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that impacted almost 5 million people and killed over 4,000. In Kathmandu, rescue teams have been digging through rubble, looking for anyone who might still be alive.

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  • 'Grey's Anatomy' Star Ellen Pompeo on What's Next for Meredith After McDreamy

    "Grey's Anatomy" star Ellen Pompeo spoke out today about the death of Patrick Dempsey's character on the show last week. Her character Meredith was married and had kids with Dempsey's McDreamy on the show.

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  • Bruce Jenner's First Wife Chrystie Scott on When Former Olympian Said He Wanted to 'Be a Woman'

    “It was such a shock to me, but he opened up his heart and confessed,” Scott said in an exclusive interview on “Good Morning America” Monday. Jenner and Scott were married in 1972, and she was by his side as he took home the gold medal for the decathlon at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. …

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  • Brad Pitt Explains His Facial Injury

    Brad Pitt is often regarded as one of Hollywood's most handsome leading men.So, when he appeared at an event over the weekend with a bruise on his face, many wondered what could have happened."This is what happens when you try to run up steps in the dark, with your arms full, wearing flip flops,"…

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  • Nepal Earthquake Rescue Teams En Route in Wake of Devastation

    Rescue crews from around the globe are headed to Nepal in the race to provide disaster relief and pull survivors still beneath the rubble in the wake of Saturday's earthquake that toppled temples, triggered a Mt. Everest avalanche and devastated the capital of Kathmandu. The U.S. government is…

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  • Pittsburgh Pop-Up Shop Charges Men More Than Women

    The inaugural Pittsburgh outpost, launched by artist Elana Schlenker, has been charging men full price all month. "Clearly, 76 is really oversimplified, and when you look at profession, age or race, it’s worse or better," said Schlenker of the shop's pricing system. A Pennsylvania native who…

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