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  • How a Shopping Cart Could Make It Easier for People With Special Needs

    It's called Caroline's Cart, available in select stores such as Kroger, Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Hannaford, Wegmans, ShopRite, Publix, Tops, and Price Chopper. "Caroline's Cart can be a game-changer for families, and we're excited to offer this for our guests across the country," Senior Vice…

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  • Johnny Depp Admits He Wasn't Always Nice to Leonardo DiCaprio

    Will Leonardo DiCaprio Finally Win the Oscar This Year? DiCaprio portrayed Depp's developmentally disabled younger brother in what is largely considered his breakout role. The role earned DiCaprio his first Academy Award nomination.

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  • Michael Moore Promotes New Film From Hospital's ICU

    Michael Moore has spent nearly a week hospitalized in New York City with pneumonia amid promoting his upcoming film. On Friday, Moore asked his fans for help promoting the film, which hit theaters February 12.

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  • Veterinarians Save Dog With Crushed Skull

    An 8-month-old Rottweiler whose skull was crushed after being hit by a car four months ago has a promising road to recovery thanks to reconstructive surgery. The dog named Ziba suffered severe injuries when she was hit, including blindness in her right eye, said the UC Davis School of Veterinary…

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  • Virginia Tech Student Had 'Inappropriate Relationship' With 13-Year-Old Murder Victim, Source Says

    Police have given very little information about the nature of the relationship between the 18-year-old college student, David Eisenhauer, and the victim, Nicole Lovell, who was found dead after being reported missing from her room on Jan. 27. Eisenhauer was arrested and charged with murder four…

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  • Photos of Alleged Detainee Abuse by US in Iraq and Afghanistan Released by Pentagon

    The Pentagon released 198 photos today that were taken as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse or mistreatment of detainees held by the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2001 to 2009. The pictures were released in compliance with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by…

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  • Northeast Gets Hit by Snowstorm, More Snow Possible

    The cold front that brought severe weather and tornadoes in the South earlier this week stalled off the East Coast. The heaviest snow totals were found in Long Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts, where a foot of snow was recorded in some areas. New York City picked up 2.5 inches in Central…

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  • 'The People v. O.J. Simpson' Creators Reveal What They Would've Included if They Had More Time

    "The People v. O.J. Simpson" documents the 1994 murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and the subsequent trial against her ex-husband, O.J. Simpson. Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, the creators of the miniseries, only had 10 hours to tell the story, and as a result, they had to leave out some…

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  • 'Hail, Caesar!' Movie Review

    When it comes to the Coen Brothers, I’m like a drug addict, chasing the high I felt the first time I saw "Fargo," or "Raising Arizona" or "The Big Lebowski." I go into each film hoping for a repeat experience, but it seems more often than not lately, I don’t quite get the buzz I’m looking for. The…

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  • Zika Outbreak Updates: Puerto Rico Declares State of Emergency

    As the Zika virus outbreak continues, including in wide swaths of Central and South America, concerns are growing, especially for pregnant women because the mosquito-borne virus has been linked with a serious birth defect called microcephaly, characterized by an abnormally small head and brain. …

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  • Meet Carolina Panthers Mascot 'Sir Purr'

    The spirited mascot for the Carolina Panthers, “Sir Purr,” makes his way to Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, where he will meet his match in Thunder III, the mascot for the Denver Broncos.The feline will cheer on his team along with fans in Santa Clara -– purr-haps with plenty of hugs and belly…

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  • Timeline of How Alleged 'Bonnie and Clyde' Crime Spree Unfolded

    A two-week, multistate manhunt for an allegedly armed couple likened to a modern-day “Bonnie and Clyde” has ended with one suspect dead and the other in a hospital awaiting her arrest. Law enforcement in at least four states had been trying to track Blake Fitzgerald and girlfriend Brittany Harper…

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  • Volcano Erupts in Japan, Triggering Dramatic Lightning Strikes Against Night Sky

    It was a calm evening in Japan today, when suddenly an orange burst erupted from Sakurajima volcano covering the clear, starry sky with black clouds, video that captured the dramatic event shows. "Lightning is sometimes observed in the plume associated with eruption of this type," Manabu…

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  • Bruno Mars Confirms Super Bowl Halftime Appearance

    It's been rumored for weeks, but now Bruno Mars has confirmed that he'll be joining Coldplay and Beyoncé during this year's Super Bowl halftime show. Mars posted a picture of himself on Instagram standing next to what looks like a stage set up on the field at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara,…

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  • 12-Year-Old Girl Creates App Inspired by Sister on Autism Spectrum

    A 12-year-old girl has created an app inspired by her sister, who is on the autism spectrum. Eashana Subramanian said she noticed how having a routine was important to her 9-year-old sister, Meghana. "Meghana follows a very strict routine," the girls' mother, Gayathri, told ABC News.

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  • Pluto's Mysterious Floating Hills Mesmerize Scientists

    The New Horizons probe has yielded a trove of new information about Pluto, including the existence of miniature hills that appear to be floating across the surface of the dwarf planet. The hills, which are made of water ice, measure anywhere from one to several miles across and are located in…

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  • Twitter Reports Progress in Shutting Down ISIS Accounts

    Twitter's pledge to eradicate terrorist-related accounts on its site has made great strides since the social media company devoted more resources to reviewing flagged reports and following through with suspending accounts, the company said today. Since the middle of 2015, Twitter said it has…

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