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  • Texas Sheriff Slams Release of Video Showing Man With Arms Up Before Shooting

    A Texas sheriff’s office has criticized the release of witness video showing deputies fatally shooting a man who appears to have his hands in the air, which has prompted outrage and an investigation in Texas. Gilbert Flores died Friday shortly after the shooting, which occurred when deputies…

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  • See Moment North Carolina Woman Meets Doppelganger in Texas for the 1st Time

    A woman from Fayetteville, North Carolina, recently met her doppelganger in Spring, Texas, face-to-face for the first time -- an encounter they both said they'll "never forget" and made possible by a website called Twin Strangers. Niamh Geaney, 26, previously made headlines when she met up with…

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  • California High School Football Teammates Suffer Mysterious Brain Injuries

    A high school football player in California is hospitalized in critical condition, one of two teammates who suffered brain injuries during a Friday game. Authorities say they are investigating whether drug use among players – particularly the prescription drug Adderall, used to treat attention…

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  • 3 'American Horror Story: Hotel' Promos That Will Haunt You

    You may want to skip the latest promos from the upcoming season of "American Horror Story" if you'll be checking into a hotel anytime soon. The short clips from "American Horror Story: Hotel" are the stuff of nightmares: A creepy eye staring back at you from a keyhole, a passel of little blonde…

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  • Biggest Illinois Lottery Winners Lose Their Luck Amid State's Budget Problem

    Danny Chasteen thought he hit the jackpot when he won $250,000 in the Illinois lottery this summer. That's because until the budget is approved, the state comptroller can't pay lottery winners with prize money higher than $25,000, state lottery officials said. "If it was me owing the state money,…

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  • Contempt Motion Filed Against Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis, Still Refusing to Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

    Kentucky's Rowan County Court Clerk, Kimberly Davis, is still refusing to issue marriage licenses to any couple today, including same-sex couples, despite the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling against her last night, and now a motion for contempt of court has been filed against her. After same-sex…

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  • DIY Tips for a Small Living Space

    Summer is winding down and thoughts are turning to getting organized for the fall.Jenni Radosevich from the website ISpyDIY.com appeared on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday, taking questions from viewers who wanted advice on maximizing their spaces and revealing design options for a corner office…

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  • 12-Year-Old Massachusetts Girl Calls 911 During Home Invasion

    A 12-year-old Massachusetts girl who was home alone when a man tried to break into her home used her phone to capture a photo of the alleged intruder that helped lead to his arrest. After the suspect left her house, the girl managed to snap a photo of him as he tried to break into a neighbor’s…

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  • Look Who Else Is Coming to 'Jane the Virgin'

    "Jane the Virgin" is earning some serious pop cred. First Britney Spears announced she'll be appearing on season 2 of the CW show, and now Kesha reveals she'll be making an appearance on the upcoming season. Soon after Kesha's announcement, leading lady Gina Rodriguez tweeted her excitement about…

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  • 'The Danish Girl' Trailer Hits, See Eddie Redmayne as Lili Elbe

    In the film, which is based on a true story, Eddie Redmyane plays Lili Elbe, one of the first to undergo gender-reassignment surgery in 1930. At the start of the trailer, we meet Einar Wegener, an artist, whose wife, also a painter, asked him to stand in for a female model. As time goes on,…

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  • Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Is Expecting Identical Twin Girls

    Marissa Mayer is expecting identical twin girls! Mayer said she is due in December and it appears she won't be taking full advantage of Yahoo's parental leave policy. "Since my pregnancy has been healthy and uncomplicated and since this is a unique time in Yahoo’s transformation, I plan to…

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  • Online Consignment Selling: How to Use Your Phone for Cash

    Shawna Behrens of Martinez, California, is a stay-at-home mom who says she’s making a killing on used clothing.“Last month I had $18,000 in sales,” Behrens told ABC News.Grandma's Costume Jewelry Could Be Worth More Than You ThinkBehrens finds items at local consignment stores, garage sales and…

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  • Kate Steinle's Family Expected to File Lawsuit in San Francisco Pier Killing

    The family of Kate Steinle, the woman gunned down on a San Francisco pier this summer, is expected to file a lawsuit today over her death. Steinle's mother, Liz Sullivan, blames the officials who released the suspect from jail prior to the July shooting. The suspect, Francisco Sanchez, an…

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  • Engagement Photos Have Reached a New Level

    Over-the-top proposals and weddings have been a huge trend in recent years, but now there’s a new twist—couples going all out for their engagement photo shoots with all kinds of unique and creative portraits. First reported in the New York Post, the attention grabbing engagement photos are putting…

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars' Pro Peta Murgatroyd Out for Season 21

    Longtime "Dancing With the Stars" pro Peta Murgatroyd will not be able to compete in the upcoming season 21. She told People magazine that she needs surgery, scheduled for mid-September, and will be out for at least "six to eight weeks." She was to be Andy Grammer's partner. Telling her partner…

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  • JK Rowling Wishes Harry Potter's Son James Sirius Good Luck on His First Day of School

    J.K. Rowling has conjured up more than a cauldron’s worth of emotions for Harry Potter fans after wishing James Sirius Potter a happy first day at Hogwarts. The author took to Twitter to remind fans that, according to the novels’ timeline, today is the day Harry’s son would board the Hogwarts…

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  • Andrew Garfield Wasn't a Big Fan of Playing Spider-Man

    Andrew Garfield was candid when asked about his experience taking on the role of "The Amazing Spider-Man," calling the huge pressure "like a prison.""I was well up for the challenge, and I still am," Garfield told Indie Wire's the Playlist while promoting his enw film “99 Homes."He continued, “The…

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