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  • Another Gay Kentucky Couple Denied Marriage License by Controversial Clerk

    Another same-sex couple was refused a marriage license today by the Kentucky county clerk who has come under fire for refusing to follow the Supreme Court’s ruling legalizing gay marriage. Rowan County clerk Kim Davis defended her decision today when Robbie Blankenship and Jesse Cruz tried to get…

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  • 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Toy Unboxing - All About the Toys Unveiled

    The first toys from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" were revealed on Wednesday and they included some biggies like the Jedi Master Lightsaber and Poe's X-Wing.Aside from the movie's premier in December, Wednesday was the day "Star Wars" fans had been waiting for -- time to unbox some new toys!The…

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  • Stan Lee Explains Why 'Fantastic Four' Bombed at Box Office

    How do you make a Marvel movie and not include a Stan Lee cameo?When asked by Larry King on Ora.tv why "Fantastic Four" didn't do well at the box office, Lee said, "Well, it was probably because I didn't have a cameo in it."Mic drop.Read: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron': Stan Lee on His Legacy, New…

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  • Dozens of North Carolina Students Sent Home Due to Mysterious Illness

    Dozens of students at a North Carolina school were sent home after they exhibited possible signs of a virus, according to the local school superintendent. At least 84 students at the Person High School in Person County were sent home after exhibiting "virus type symptoms," according to a statement…

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  • Judge Rejects Effort to Try Officers Together in Freddie Gray Death

    The six Baltimore police officers charged in connection with Freddie Gray's death can have separate trials, a judge ruled today.Deputy State’s Attorney Janice Bledsoe had argued at the pre-trial hearing today at Baltimore City Circuit Court that three of the officers should be tried together,…

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  • Woman Attempts to Abduct 2-Year-Old Girl on DC Train, Police Say

    A mother and her 2-year-old daughter, who was strapped in a stroller, were on a train from Virginia to New Carrollton, Maryland, when the suspect on board tried pulling the girl out of her stroller. D.C. Metro spokeswoman Morgan Dye said transit police received the call at 9:34 this morning. …

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  • Fox Lake Police Officer Joe Gliniewicz Remembered as 'Deeply Committed' to Community

    The police officer killed in a Chicago suburb is being remembered by locals as a presence in the community. Lt. Joe Gliniewicz served as a police officer for more than three decades and lived in Fox Lake, Illinois, a suburb about 55 miles north of Chicago. "Not only did Fox Lake lose a family…

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  • Read Ohio Dad's Tear-Jerking Letter to Newlywed Daughter With Down Syndrome

    One dad is warming hearts all over world after sharing a tear-jerking letter he wrote to his daughter, following her long-awaited wedding day."Everything that's in that letter I've already said to her before," Paul Daugherty of Cincinnati told ABC News. "The response has been exactly what I hoped…

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  • Inside the Manhunt for the Fox Lake Cop Killers

    The manhunt for the three suspects believed to be responsible for the death of a police officer in a suburb of Chicago continues and now investigators said they are relying heavily on the public for help. One of the biggest areas of focus is the collection of video footage from around the scene of…

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  • More Men With Breast Cancer Opting for Double Mastectomies

    Seven years after finding a lump in his chest, Bret Miller was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer at age 24. Then, after finally being told he had cancer, Miller, of Prairie Village, Kansas, was dismayed when a doctor recommended a double mastectomy. “At first, I was listening to what the…

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars': How Paula Deen's Weight Loss Encouraged Her to Dance

    With a lot of dancing in her future, Deen, 68, said she's excited for the challenge and that after she dropped all the weight a few years back, 35 pounds, she feels ready for the show. "It was a process getting here.

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  • Patches the Crossing Guard Dog 'Fired' by School District

    A dog that has spent the past two years acting as a crossing guard for the Jersey Shore Area School District in Pennsylvania has been "fired," according to local media reports. Though residents and students have credited Patches with helping keep kids safe, the superintendent of the school…

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    High School Seniors Get Crafty With Painted Parking Spots (13 photos)

    High school seniors have long embraced wacky traditions, but for the class at Carroll Senior High School in Southlake, Texas, they’re taking one to a whole new level. “Each year the new seniors paint over the old seniors parking spaces,” William Priakos, a senior who posted his painted parking spot…

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  • Bizarre Travel Hoax Involves Fake Pregnancy and Search for Baby Daddy

    But it all turned out to be a bizarre tourism marketing campaign for Holiday Mooloolaba. Mooloolaba is a tourist destination on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia. In a video posted to YouTube Aug. 30, a young woman who identifies herself as Natalie Amyot stands on a beach and says she…

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  • Carrie Underwood Explains How Her Son and Dogs Got Locked in Car

    Back in July, Carrie Underwood faced every parent's worst nightmare: Her infant son Isaiah, along with her dogs, got accidentally locked inside a car.Now the country star, 32, has opened up about what happened that July day in a new interview with Chicago country radio station US 99.5."We were at…

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  • See First Line of 'Star Wars' Toys From 1978

    Today, "Star Wars" toys are as epic and iconic as the movies themselves.Some rare figures are worth thousands of dollars, while others just bring back memories of a fan's first time seeing the films.Read: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens': New Trailer, Secrets Revealed During 'Star Wars…

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  • 84-Year-Old Man Walks 700 Miles in Illinois to Raise Money for Park Memorializing Late Wife

    An 84-year-old man recently completed a 700-mile walk to help raise money for a children's playground in the memorial park in Princeville, Illinois, he had built to honor his late wife. The man, Dean Troutman, purchased 5.75 acres of land in 2011 to establish a park for his community in memory of…

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