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  • Gold Bar Robbery Possibly an Inside Job, Police Theorize

    Police suspect that the alleged armed robbery of a truck transporting bars of gold in North Carolina was an inside job as more details about the highway heist have emerged, according to search warrant application that was obtained by ABC News. Three suspects allegedly stole $4.8 million-worth of…

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  • NBA Teams With Sheryl Sandberg to 'Lean In' for Women and Equality

    David Muir interviewed Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg on a basketball court – a location Sandberg dubbed as “perfect.” The setting complemented the recent initiative from Sandberg’s organization Leanin.org, which has partnered with the NBA to encourage men to support women at…

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  • Colorado Woman's Global Scavenger Hunt Ends in Marriage Proposal

    After Amy Linville completed her master's degree, she learned that her boyfriend, Brett Arnold, had a huge surprise for her. That surprise would take her on an overseas journey more than 5,000 miles away.

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  • How This Bakery Helps Military Vets Re-Enter the Workforce

    Dog Tag Bakery in Washington, D.C. provides disabled veterans a roadmap to entering the civilian American workforce.

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  • Boston Marathon Bombing: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Defense Admits ‘It Was Him’

    “We’re all going to come face to face with unbearable grief, loss and pain caused by a series of senseless, horribly misguided acts carried out by two brothers, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his younger brother, 19-year-old Dzhokhar,” defense attorney Judy Clarke told the court. “We do not and…

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  • K-Cup Inventor John Sylvan Admits He Doesn't Use 'Expensive' Coffee Pods

    John Sylvan, the inventor of K-Cups, admits he doesn't use his hugely popular product and laments their impact on the environment. Sylvan not only complains that K-Cups, which are found in many households and offices around the country, contribute to waste, but that they're expensive, too. “I…

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  • American Bison Slams Into Parked SUV in Yellowstone National Park

    An American bison being trailed by cars inside Yellowstone National Park took its anger out on a parked SUV in its path, ramming into the car that had two passengers inside. Tom Carter, a 60-year-old attorney from Texas, was sitting inside a Nissan Xterra with his friend, Suzie Hollingsworth, a…

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  • Josh Hutcherson Reveals Best Part About Being Done With 'The Hunger Games'

    "The Hunger Games" has been a big part of Josh Hutcherson's life for the last three years. "I'm going to miss just being with everyone that much," he said.

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  • 1,400 Security Badges Lost, Stolen at Atlanta Airport

    More than 1,400 security badges used by workers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport that offer access to private baggage areas, tarmacs and other secure locations reportedly have been lost or stolen, according to an investigation by ABC station WSB. Airport officials said the…

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  • Hilary Duff Speaks Out About Filing For Divorce

    In the April issue of Cosmopolitan, on stands March 10, the singer and actress opens up about her broken marriage to retired hockey player Mike Comrie, with whom she shares a son, Luca. "Mike and I were very in love when we met," Duff, 27, told the magazine.

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  • Geico YouTube Ad: The Art of Making a Commercial That's Impossible to Skip

    The narrator adds, "You can't skip this GEICO ad, because it's already over," and the usual motto about 15 minutes of saving 15 percent on car insurance. GEICO, which is a subsidiary of billionaire Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc., has no shortage of memorable marketing characters,…

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  • What Sony's Project Morpheus Can Do

    Sony today unveiled the latest prototype of its Project Morpheus gaming headset and revealed that consumers could strap on the device as early as the first half of next year. While the virtual reality headset looks similar to the first prototype shown off last year, it's packed with new…

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  • Los Angeles Kid's Guide to Having Fun

    Ready to time-travel? It’s easy to go back to prehistoric times in Los Angeles at the La Brea Tar Pits, a world-famous ice age fossil excavation.Four million fossils, some 40,000 years old, have been found here. The animals wandered into sticky asphalt pools that had been softened by the sun and…

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  • 17 Dead After Explosion at Ukraine Coal Mine

    Dozens of miners were trapped, and at least 17 died, after an explosion at a coal mine in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine Wednesday, and a rescue operation is underway, officials said. "Rescue teams are battling poisonous gases as they are trying to track down 32 trapped or missing miners," Vladimir…

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  • 'Spocking' Money Legal but 'Inappropriate,' Bank of Canada Says

    Canadian “Star Trek” fans have been paying tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy through "Spocking," or drawing in the character’s sharp eyebrows, bowl-shaped hair and pointy ears on look-a-like former Prime Minister Sir Wilfred Laurier, who’s featured on the $5 bill. Those drawn-in Spock features…

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  • India Woman Lands Dozens of Proposals After Humorous Marriage Ad Goes Viral

    Indhuja Pillai may not sound like traditional marriage material, and that's just how she wanted it. Nevertheless, the ad Pillai placed to protest her parents' much-more-flattering "groom-wanted" ad has received almost half a million views, and even generated marriage proposals, she said.

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  • #FoodieBandNames Takes Over Twitter With Jay-Ziti, Miranda Clambert and More

    Twitter has been having some fun over the past 24 hours coming up with the most creative, hilarious puns on musicians' names blended with food.

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