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  • Sheryl Sandberg Remembers Husband David Goldberg In Touching Tribute On Facebook

    Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg posted a touching tribute to her husband, Dave Goldberg, saying that he was laid to rest today. "I want to thank all of our friends and family for the outpouring of love over the past few days," Sandberg wrote in the post on Facebook.

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  • 'Our Community Is Not Scared': Man Holds American Flag Outside Site of Garland Shooting

    Joseph Offutt, 21, has been holding a large American flag outside the Curtis Cullwell Center in Garland, Texas, all day today, hoping to show ISIS and terrorists that the community is still standing strong and not giving into fear. Offutt's symbolic gesture is a response to a statement ISIS made…

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  • NC Cop Whose Free Coffee Spilled on Him Suing Starbucks

    A North Carolina police officer who received a reportedly free cup of coffee while in uniform is suing Starbucks, claiming he burned himself when the hot beverage spilled on him after the cup allegedly collapsed in his grip. Matthew Kohr, who is a lieutenant for the special operations division of…

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  • Son Detained in Death of Parents While on Family Vacation in Virgin Islands, Police Say

    A 24-year-old Massachusetts man has been detained by police in connection with the fatal stabbing of his elderly parents during a family vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands, police said today. Jane Young, 67, and Kenneth Young, 73, were visiting St. Thomas from the U.S. mainland, according to…

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  • Snorkeler Mistakes Fake Skeletons for Real Human Remains, Sends Authorities on Hunt

    A man snorkeling in the Colorado River near the Arizona and California border sent authorities on a hunt after he alerted them to what appeared to be "skeletal remains" at the bottom of the river. After he called police in Arizona, authorities launched a search for the remains on Monday, and…

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  • Dramatic Video: Tree Falls on Boys as They Play in Park

    One child remains hospitalized in Boston today with significant injuries after a large tree fell on him and another young boy as they played in a neighborhood public park, authorities said. Diego Ruiz, 8, and David Mancia, 2, both of Chelsea, Massachusetts, were playing Monday just before 7 p.m.…

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  • Family of Motorist in Deadly Metro-North Crash Plans to Sue

    The family of a motorist involved in a deadly crash with a Metro-North train outside of New York City plans to sue, saying the crossing where the accident happened is unsafe. Ellen Brody and five train passengers were killed in the Feb. 3 crash, which happened after Brody’s SUV stopped on the…

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  • Prince William, Kate Register Princess Charlotte's Birth

    Prince William and Duchess Kate today made official the news they shared with the world on Saturday: the birth of their first daughter, Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have formally registered the birth of Princess Charlotte,”…

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  • NFL Player Sen’Derrick Marks Takes Cancer Patient Khameyea Jennings to Senior Prom

    Jacksonville Jaguars player Sen’Derrick Marks accompanied Khameyea Jennings, an 18-year-old who has been battling cancer for two years, according to Dreams Come True, a local non-profit group that helped set up the dream date. I'm going to have a great night,” Marks told ABC News Affiliate WJXX-TV…

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  • Man Saved After Heart Stops in Middle of Highway

    Patrick Roark has a lot to be thankful for. His heart stopped while he was driving on Iowa's most crowded highway and he survived, thanks to his teenage son, a state trooper and a passing nurse.

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  • Met Gala 2015: Top Instagrams From the Night

    Before making their grand entrances at Monday night's Met Ball, the stars gave fans a first look at their outfits.Under the reign of Vogue editor Anna Wintour, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute benefit is truly one of the biggest parties of the year. ...

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  • Sam Smith to See Specialist for Vocal Cord Injury

    One week after cancelling his Australian tour due to a hemorrhage on his vocal chords, Sam Smith announced on Monday that he had to miss more tour dates. This comes just seven days after Smith, 22, wrote on Instagram about his Aussie tour, "The doctors have told me I need to fully rest until my…

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  • Madonna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry Pose at Met Gala

    She was likely referring to Gaga's heart-shaped engagement ring from her fiancé, Tyler Kinney. Earlier this year, Madonna made it clear that there was no ongoing feud with Gaga beyond her beef over that one song.

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  • Jumpsuit Could Be the Next Big Thing in Workout Wear

    Given the popularity of the jumpsuit on the runway and on the city streets, perhaps it was only a matter of time until the style made its way to the gym. The workout jumpsuit could be the next big thing in workout wear. Koral Activewear, Splits59 and Live the Process are all now selling the…

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  • Why a Major Character Had to Die in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

    Spoilers ahead!!!"Avengers: Age of Ultron" ends with one of the team members falling at the metal hands of Ultron.The movie opened Friday and, thus far, many have been caught off guard by the sudden death of Quicksilver, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, in one of the final scenes.Read: 'Avengers:…

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  • Man's Sweet Resignation With Message on a Cake

    Most people try to quit quietly. Others, like Mark Herman, see it as a cause for celebration and go big.

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