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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…

    Good Morning America12 mins ago
  • 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,…

    Good Morning America15 mins ago
  • 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…

    Good Morning America20 mins ago
  • 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.

    Good Morning America43 mins ago
  • 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 laments that K-Cups, which are found in many households and offices around the country, contribute to waste, but that they're expensive, too. “I feel…

    Good Morning America43 mins ago
  • #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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  • Texas Cop's Matthew McConaughey Lincoln Ad Parody Shows Softer Side of Cops

    Hollywood might want to keep tabs on this Cedar Hill, Texas, cop! Sgt. Larry Wise's parody of Matthew McConaughey's first Lincoln MKC commercial is going viral and getting rave reviews, according to comments on YouTube and Facebook. In the original Lincoln commercial, which has over 2 million…

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  • Inside Maggie Smith and Judi Dench's 60-Year Friendship

    And, according to the film's writer, Ol Parker, they'll finally get to do scenes together. "Actually, there’s an apology in the first movie for that -- when Maggie says, 'We haven’t talked much, you and I,' and Judi says, 'My loss, evidently.' And that’s me basically going, 'I’m so sorry, everybody.

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  • Your Gluten-Free Diet May Be a Tax Write-Off

    While diet gurus debate the health merits for the average person of avoiding the gluten protein found in wheat, rye and barley grains, no one disputes the extra cost. But Mark Luscombe, a principal federal tax analyst for the tax publisher CCH, said some of the additional expense of going…

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  • Mark David Christenson the Fake Celebrity Who Pretended to Be Oscar Winner

    Winning an Oscar feels fantastic, and it certainly did for Mark David Christenson the night of the 2015 Academy Awards. The only catch is that Christenson did not win anything. Christenson fooled hundreds of people across Los Angeles by making them believe the gold statue he was carrying with him…

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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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  • Michelle Williams on Juggling a Career and Being a Mom

    Michelle Williams has come a long way since her days as Jen on “Dawson's Creek.” In an interview for ELLE UK's April issue, the actress, 34, discussed the challenges of playing mom to 8-year-old Matilda while juggling a career. "You truly never know what’s going to happen," she told the magazine…

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  • Inside the Latest 'Saved By the Bell' Reunion

    The cast of "Saved by the Bell" is as close as ever! More than two decades after their show went off the air, two of its stars, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen, remain friendly. “Elizabeth and I used to spend long hours together on the set of 'Saved by the Bell' so it’s nice that we can…

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  • Cate Blanchett Reveals How She Viewed the ‘Cinderella’ Role

    “I said, it wasn't a fairy tale that I actually gravitated towards,” she told ABC News’ Nick Watt. In the Disney retelling of the classic tale that the company first brought to theaters in 1950, Cinderella is loving and kind, but also smart and in control of her own destiny.

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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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  • Shania Twain Announces Farewell Tour

    Twain's "Rock This Country" tour will kick off in Seattle on June 5, 2015, and take the nine-time Billboard Music Award winner to 48 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, Twain's home country.

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  • Ansel Elgort Reveals Downside to New-Found Fame

    But with fame comes celebrity and a mass of screaming fans, something Elgort is dealing with. "It's been since the summer," he told ABC News last month at the NBA All-Star Game in New York City. He also plans to stay in New York, where he was born and raised. As for his first Celebrity Game at…

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