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  • Body Camera Captures St. Louis Police Shooting Knife-Wielding Man Who Charged Officers

    A suburban St. Louis man was killed after he charged at police officers while wielding a knife, and the shooting was captured on an officer's body camera. A woman called police late Friday and said her son, Thaddeus McCarroll, was armed with a knife and had locked her out of her house in Jennings,…

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  • Oregon Man Stops at Taco Bell Drive-Thru, Leaves With Pet Parakeet

    A Oregon man picked up more than fast food at a Taco Bell drive-thru this week -- he got a new house guest. Bill Detrick had his window down outside the restaurant in Cornelius, Oregon, Thursday when a parakeet landed on his car, according to ABC affiliate KATU-TV in Portland, Oregon. Detrick…

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  • New 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Stormtrooper Uniform Is the Main Attraction at Celebration

    Almost as soon as Imperial Stormtroopers blasted their way onto the big screen in 1977, Star Wars fans have wanted to know where and how to get their own suit of ultra-cool white armor. But now a company called Anovos is bringing classic and the new Stormtrooper armor from "Star Wars: Episode VII…

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  • Gorilla at Omaha Zoo Cracks Glass After Charging Towards Family

    Some zoo-goers were in for a surprise when a fully-grown male gorilla charged at them, cracking the glass of its exhibit in Omaha, Nebraska. Visitors at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium captured the encounter on video Thursday. The zoo said Kijito, a 24-year-old, 375-pound western lowland…

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  • Family Believes Concussion Led to Colorado Father's Disappearance

    The family of a Colorado man missing for nearly two weeks believes a concussion he suffered may have led to his disappearance. Oliver Pareece Jones, a father of five from Colorado, was last seen at a Walmart in Rancho Cucamonga, California on April 5. Jones' family told ABC station KABC-TV that…

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  • Miley Cyrus, John Legend, John Mayer to Honor Legends at Rock Hall of Fame

    Some of today's biggest stars will be on hand to induct -- and perform tributes to -- the iconic musicians entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year at the hall's induction ceremony Saturday in Cleveland. Miley Cyrus, who's often spoken about her admiration for '80s rock icons Joan Jett &…

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  • Michigan Grandfather With Cancer Takes Up Uber Driving to Pay Off Home for Family

    Despite recommendations to look into hospice care, Kenneth Broskey, 69, is still working full-time as an Uber driver and real estate agent in the Detroit area. "The company will continue donating an additional $1 for every rider who uses the promo-code "UberPartnerKen," through April 20th,"…

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  • Passenger Pokes 'Loud' Snoring Seatmate With Pen, Delays Southwest Plane

    A woman was removed from a Southwest Airlines plane at a Chicago airport on Thursday afternoon after allegedly "poking" a seatmate with a pen to try and stop his snoring, airline officials said.The incident happened before the plane took off, airline officials added, saying the flight was scheduled…

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  • Chernobyl Survivor to Be Pushed in Team Hoyt Wheelchair for Boston Marathon

    Alosha O'Brien was born perfectly healthy, but after living through the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster when he was nearly 2, his body didn't grow properly, and he developed disabilities. Now 30 and living in the United States since leaving Russia, O'Brien mostly gets around with the help of…

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  • Boeing Increases Overhead Bin Size by 50 Percent

    Boeing announced this week it will introduce a new overhead bin design to its 737s featuring 50 percent more space than previous models, which means less time in the aisles cramming bags for passengers and flight attendants. "They're enormous compared to the other bins," said Daniel Jones, a…

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  • 'True Story,' 'Child 44,' 'Unfriended' and 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2': Reviews of New Movies

    First up, the drama "True Story" has so much star power that, on paper, it looks like an Oscar contender: Academy Award nominees Jonah Hill, James Franco and Felicity Jones head the cast, and Brad Pitt is a producer. As the title declares, "True Story" is based on a true story about disgraced…

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  • David Hasselhoff's Music Video 'True Survivor' Is a Beautiful, Strange 1980s Journey

    Gunfights? Kung fu? Dogs with lasers for eyeballs? Hitler? Dinosaurs?Sure.David Hasselhoff's latest music video, “True Survivor,” was released Thursday and features a strange, beautiful mix of 1980s themes -- from computer hackers on PCs to street riot sequences that would make Steven Seagal…

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  • 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' -- Fans React to 1st Trailer

    It was supposed to first air on Monday in IMAX theaters, but the first "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer hit the Internet on Thursday night and fan were quick to react.There was definite excitement, especially with the new "Star Wars" trailer hitting the same day.Read: 'Batman v.…

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  • 'Price Is Right' Host Drew Carey Holds Mass Wedding on Show

    Drew Carey married members of an audience filled with couples on the episode of "The Price Is Right" that aired today, according to the show's producer, CBS.In the clip below, Carey says, "Everybody ready to get married? ... Lot of love and success to all of you."He then reads the iconic wedding…

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  • Kim Richards Steps Out After Arrest

    Kim Richards may be laying low, but she's not hiding. Just hours after the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was released from police custody, she was seen in the L.A. area wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses. Richards, 50, was arrested in the early hours of Thursday morning and charged…

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  • Watch California Water Cop Patrol for Wasters in Drought-Stricken State

    Save water or face the consequences: That’s Rick Silva’s message to the Los Angeles communities he patrols. Silva is a water cop, or more formally a water conservation supervisor with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

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  • Why Josh Hartnett Regrets Not Doing 'Batman'

    Looking back, it's hard to imagine anyone other than Christian Bale playing the most recent "Batman," but it could have been Josh Hartnett. The actor, who was one of Hollywood's most sought-after stars in the early 2000s, has revealed in the past that he was offered the role of Batman and possibly…

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