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  • Military Families Reunited in Ultimate Thanksgiving Surprise

    In 2010, the couple was living in Salem, Va., when Shannon was deployed to Afghanistan with Second Battalion First Marines. “I was definitely concerned with how she was gonna handle, you know, being two parents at one time,” Shannon, a Navy Corpsman, told ABC News. Irene stayed in Virginia with…

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  • Best Shopping Deals for Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday

    Black Friday is now a season. Planning your shopping is key to deal hunting.The good news is that online deals are almost as good as the in-store deals, with a few notable door-buster exceptions. Even more interesting is the adoption of mobile-based deals that retailers are offering to entice you…

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  • 'GMA' Thanksgiving Deals and Steals on Fun Family Items

    Tory Johnson has special Thanksgiving deals on items for the whole family.

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  • Former NFL Player Frank Gifford Suffered From CTE, Says Family

    Former NFL Hall of Famer and sportscaster Frank Gifford had signs of the progressive degenerative disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopahty (CTE), according to a statement from his family today.Gifford, 84, died on Aug. 9 at his Connecticut home. His family emphasized in the statement that CTE did…

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars': How Bindi Irwin's Life Has Changed

    Just hours after winning season 21 of "Dancing With the Stars," Bindi Irwin was on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday to chat about the big win and how her life has changed since she's been on the show. Read: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ 2015: And the Mirror Ball Trophy Winner Is ... Even Bindi's…

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  • Eagles of Death Metal Tearfully Recount Paris Concert Attack: 'There's Blood All Over'

    The members of Eagles of Death Metal emotionally described the night of Nov. 13, when their set at Paris' Bataclan Hall was abruptly interrupted by gunfire in an interview with VICE. Vocalist Jesse Hughes said in the interview, posted on VICE.com today, that several fans had been killed as they…

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  • Anne Frank's Family Faced Similar Challenges Syrian Refugees Face Today, Historian Says

    Anne Frank and her family's story of their failed attempt to flee to the U.S. as Jewish refugees echoes the challenges faced by Syrian refugees today, according to an American historian. After the Nazis conquered France, fears were stirred that they would send Jewish refugees as spies to the U.S. …

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  • Your Guide to Thanksgiving Shopping Hours

    You don't have to wait until Black Friday to score a deal.Just as the turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie feasts begin to settle, some stores will open their doors Thanksgiving Day, marking the start of the 2015 holiday shopping season.Black Friday 2015: Best Tech Deals We've Seen So FarIf…

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  • Jennifer Lawrence to Direct Her First Movie

    As for acting, Lawrence just said goodbye to her "Hunger Games" character Katniss Everdeen and recently spoke to "Good Morning America" about growing into the role over the past few years and four movies. "At the beginning, when I was younger, I was so frustrated with her reluctance," she said.

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  • See Why This Pizzeria's Post is Going Viral

    What started as a charitable “public service announcement” to the community, has become a message seen around the world. On Tuesday, Bada Bing! Pizzeria shared a sign on their shop's door via Facebook. Like many businesses, the Ohio pizzeria wanted to let customers know that they would be closed…

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  • Group of Good Samaritans Chase Alleged Thief in Walmart Parking Lot

    Crimes against the elderly are heinous enough to incite the highest caliber of anger, but police say one group of Good Samaritans decided to act on their own when they witnessed a suspect steal a purse from an 84-year-old woman at a Walmart in Bellmead, Tex. The victim was loading groceries into…

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  • Man Spotted With Paris Attack Suspect Traveled to Syria, Belgian Authorities Say

    Mohamed Abrini, the man who was allegedly spotted on surveillance footage with suspected Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam two days before the massacre, had traveled to Syria, Belgian authorities said. Abrini’s name was on a list of people who had traveled to Syria and then returned to Belgium, the…

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  • First Grader's Thanksgiving Project Results in 500 Cards, Care Packages for Troops

    A California first grader's determination to wish U.S. troops a Happy Thanksgiving has resulted in more than 500 letters written by his classmates that will be sent overseas to American troops. "It was kind of surprising," dad Derrick Emmersen of Playa Vista, Calif., told ABC News.

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  • Will Smith Talks About a Possible Future in Politics

    "I’m a climber, so if I see a mountain, I have to climb it," Smith said during the magazine's "Awards Chatter" podcast. In fact, Smith -- who currently stars in the upcoming drama "Concussion" about Dr. Bennet Omalu and his discovery of Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in professional…

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  • Man Sends 240 Doughnuts to College Police After Being Ejected From Football Game

    A California man sent 240 coconut doughnuts to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department after he was escorted out of a football game last Saturday afternoon. The Badgers football fan told the department's Public Information Officer Marc Lovicott the snacks were a "harmless" expression…

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  • Thanksgiving 2015: How to Sound Smart at Thanksgiving Dinner

    Thanksgiving dinner is around the corner, and you know what that means: awkward conversations with long distance-relatives you haven't seen since last year and heated arguments with that aunt whose loud opinions make you cringe.So, here's our cheat sheet to breaking the ice with unfamiliar faces…

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  • ‘Kissing Bug’ Can Lead to Dangerous Parasite Infection While You Sleep

    A rare parasitic infection called Chagas disease has been gaining headlines in recent weeks after cases of the infection were reported in at least five states, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chagas disease, which can cause long-term cardiac damage, is mainly…

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