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  • Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams Deny 'Blurred Lines' Copyright Infringement Claim

    Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams appeared in federal court this week, denying they ripped off a Marvin Gaye hit. In court Wednesday, Thicke gave an impromptu concert, taking to a keyboard to perform a medley of famous songs to show how pop tunes often share similar chord progressions. “Sometime…

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  • Scarlett Johansson Opens Up About John Travolta Oscars Encounter

    Johansson, 30, who co-starred with Travolta, 61, in 2004's "A Love Song for Bobby Long," told the Associated Press that the picture of him kissing her on the red carpet was taken out of context. "There is nothing strange, creepy or inappropriate about John Travolta," the "Avengers" star explained.…

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  • Prince William Retraces Mother’s Steps in Asia

    Britain’s Prince William arrived in Tokyo in the rain Thursday, making a trip similar to the one made by his mother 20 years ago. William, 32, waved to fans on Tokyo Bay and laid a wreath at the Yokohama War Cemetery to commemorate the fallen from World War II. The prince is traveling without his…

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  • Angry Principal Calls Cyberbullies ‘Pathetic Cowards’

    Joshua Romano, the principal of Murdock Middle/High School in Winchendon, Massachusetts, spotted two Twitter accounts that made fun of students’ looks, sexual orientation and athletic ability. “It was definitely shocking and I feel that my students here are better than that,” Romano told ABC News.

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  • White and Gold ... No, Blue and Black: Internet Sees Different Dress Colors

    An overexposed image of a $77 dress has spawned millions of social media posts, countless arguments, worldwide intrigue and wonderment at the brain’s interpretation of color, with everything boiling down to one question -- blue and black, or white and gold? The situation began when a Scottish…

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  • 'How to Get Away With Murder' Shocking Plot Twist

    ABC's "How to Get Away With Murder" dropped a shocking bombshell in Thursday’s two-hour season finale: One of the show's main characters was killed off. In addition, Connor Walsh, another main character in the smash-hit series, learns that his on-again, off-again boyfriend, Oliver Hampton, is HIV…

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  • Eric Holder Reveals His Worst Day on the Job And 4 Other Things About Being Attorney General

    Eric Holder’s days as attorney general are numbered. And in an interview with ABC News’ Pierre Thomas, he reflected on his six years leading a department that he first started working for at the age of 25, as a lawyer fresh out of Columbia Law School.Leaving the department is “bittersweet ... in…

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  • Booming Babysitting Business Forces 15-Year-Old Girl to Hire a CEO

    By day, Noa Mintz is your average high school freshman. "In the summer, Noa reached out to me and told me she was starting high school," Johnson said.

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    A pair of confused llamas wreaked havoc in Sun City, Arizona Thursday as they ran through the streets while being chased by police. The llamas were being shown to residents at an assisted-living community before they broke loose, according to Tina Ortega, an employee who called 911. The man…

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  • How 3 Ordinary Americans Are Getting Paid for Their Social Media Posts

    Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are profiting off your posts. Last quarter, Facebook reported ad revenue of $3.6 billion, and that’s 53 percent more than just one year ago. A new social media upstart called Tsu is trying to do just that. Tsu gives 90 percent of its revenue back to…

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  • 'House of Cards' Season 3 on Netflix: A Season 2 Refresher

    Zoe Barnes -- was killed by Frank Underwood, who pushed her in front of a train. After spending most of season 1 vying for the vice presidency, Underwood stepped things up and set up the president for a big fall, just so he could take the top spot.

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  • Jihadi John: What We Know About the Alleged Terrorist, Mohammed Emwazi

    The ISIS executioner dubbed "Jihadi John" has been named by news reports. He attended college in London and his family lives there now. He is thought to have fled to Syria in 2012. The man believed to be the ISIS terrorist dubbed "Jihadi John" has been identified as a British man named Mohammed…

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  • Record-Breaking Winter: Even the South Can't Escape

    Record snow, stranded drivers, thousands without power. Huntsville, Alabama, received 8.1 inches Wednesday, breaking a daily record. Parts of northern Alabama saw over a foot of snow. In the northeast, Boston is so cold the waves have turned into a frozen slush on the island of Nantucket.

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  • Pedestrians Shot, 1 Killed in Texas Shooting Attacks

    The attacks happened in Houston and nearby Missouri City, Texas, and involved pedestrians walking alone, police said. "It has no rhyme or reason, no particular time of day, no gender, no race, any of that," said detective Derek Spencer of the Missouri City Police Department.

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  • Philadelphia Eagles Linebacker Challenges Teen to 10K Retweets in Exchange for Date to Prom

    Hannah Delmonte is a born-and-raised Philadelphia Eagles fan. The 16-year-old had been preparing for her junior prom when she decided she would ask Eagles' linebacker Emmanuel Acho to be her date for the event. "I figured I'd give it a shot," Hannah said.

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  • Kanye West Apologizes to Beck

    West, 37, tweeted out an apology today, weeks after he slammed Beck's Album of the Year win at the Grammys. After Beck, 44, beat out Beyoncé for Album of the Year, West took the stage before smiling, shaking his head and descending as the crowd roared with laughter. Last week, West told Power…

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  • Laverne Cox Admits There's 'Pressure' as Face of the Transgender Community

    Laverne Cox says 2015 is "my year."Not only is the "Orange Is the New Black" star breaking down barriers for the transgender community, she was just cast in a CBS pilot, "Doubt," as an attorney who gets romantically involved with one of her clients."It's just a brilliant script," she told ABC News…

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