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  • 'Gossip Girl' Star Kelly Rutherford Granted Sole Temporary Custody of Her 2 Children

    A California judge sided with “Gossip Girl” star Kelly Rutherford in a custody dispute on May 22, awarding her “sole and legal” temporary custody of her children, Hermes, 8, and Helena, 5, allowing her to retain their US passports so they can return home from Europe where they’ve been living with…

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  • Taylor Swift's Mom Misheard 'Starbucks Lovers' Too

    When Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" came out, there was some confusion about a perceived homage to a certain coffee chain.Contrary to popular opinion, she doesn't say "Starbucks lovers" in the chorus -- but it turns out that even her mother misheard the lyric."'hahah it really does sound like…

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  • Deadly Flooding Wreaks Havoc in Texas, Oklahoma

    At least five people were killed, three others are missing and hundreds of homes were destroyed as large parts of the central and southern Plains states faced flash floods and tornadoes. In Claremore, Oklahoma, about 30 miles northeast of Tulsa, firefighter Jason Farley died when he was swept away…

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  • Swimmer's Death in Florida Brings New Attention to Rip Current Dangers

    The death of a swimmer this Memorial Day weekend in Florida has drawn new attention to the dangers of rip currents.One person drowned Sunday after he was pulled from the surf in Daytona Beach, in front of an unguarded lifeguard tower. Beach-goers nearby tried to revive him.“We tried to keep his…

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  • Last-Minute Tablescape Ideas for Your Memorial Day Gathering

    If you're looking to elevate your Memorial Day gathering, you can do that quickly and easily with patriotic tablescapes.Katie Brown, editor in chief of Yahoo Makers, appeared on "Good Morning America" to show how you can decorate your tables -- even at the last minute before your get-together.Yahoo…

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  • Skydiver Falls to the Ground After Hitting Power Lines in Tennessee

    A weekend tribute to veterans in Tennessee went horribly wrong when a skydiver hit a set of power lines before slamming to the ground.John Pitts, 27, struck the power lines during a Vietnam Memorial Day event -- titled “Red, White and You” -- in Winchester Saturday. Pitts, an experienced skydiver…

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  • Firefighter Killed as Flooding Wreaks Havoc in Texas, Oklahoma

    An Oklahoma firefighter was killed attempting a water rescue and about 350 homes were under water in a small Texas town as a large part of the central and southern Plains states remained under a flash flood watch throughout much of Sunday. In Claremore, Oklahoma, about 30 miles northeast of Tulsa,…

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  • Indianapolis 500: Juan Pablo Montoya Holds Off Will Power to Win

    Juan Pablo Montoya outdueled Will Power and Scott Dixon over the final five laps to win the Indianapolis 500. Montoya, who came into the race Verizon IndyCar Series points leader, won the Indy 500 for the second time -- his first coming in 2000, when he was a rookie. He, Power and Dixon traded…

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  • Florida Mom Released From Jail After Circumcision Dispute

    A Florida mother is out of jail after spending more than a week behind bars during an ongoing dispute over circumcising her son. Heather Hironimus, 31, posted bond and was released Saturday night, authorities said. Hironimus had been taken into custody May 14 after she went missing for several…

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  • Cleveland Residents 'a Model' for Handling of Officer's Acquittal, Ohio Governor Says

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich praised the people of Cleveland today, calling its residents a “model” in their response to the acquittal of a white police officer charged in the 2012 shooting deaths of an unarmed black couple. Protests quickly followed the acquittal of officer Michael Brelo, who had been…

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  • Woman Uses Obituary to Defend Patriots' QB Tom Brady in 'Deflategate'

    A Massachusetts woman who died last week enjoyed scrapbooking, knitting, and apparently defending New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady from critics in the "Deflategate" scandal. Patricia Shong, of Auburn, Massachusetts, died Monday, according to an obituary published on Telegram.com. "She…

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  • Winning the Indy 500 of Investing Means Going the Distance

    Why you Need to Consider the Dollar When Investing

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  • Body Found Near Where Kayaker in Alleged Murder Disappeared

    A body was found in the Hudson River near where a New York man disappeared while kayaking with his fiancee, who has been accused of murdering him. New York State police said the body was pulled from the river near West Point Saturday and was taken to the Orange County medical examiner for autopsy…

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  • Cleveland Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Unarmed Couple's Shooting Deaths

    A judge today acquitted a white Cleveland police officer in the 2012 shooting deaths of an unarmed black couple, saying he couldn't determine whether the officer alone fired the fatal shots at the end of a 137-bullet barrage. Michael Brelo was acquitted of voluntary manslaughter and a lesser…

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  • World's Oldest Person Celebrates 116th Birthday in Michigan

    The world's oldest person, Jeralean Talley, turned 116 today in Inkster, Michigan. Talley -- who was born in 1899 -- was named the oldest living person in the world last month, according to ABC affiliate WXYZ-TV in Detroit. Talley's birthday celebrations began earlier this week when she was…

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  • Paralyzed Georgia Teen Walks at His High School Graduation

    A paralyzed high school student in Georgia did something described by some as a miraculous step forward: he walked at his graduation. Thanks to a special medical device, Will Hutchins of Heard County was able to walk across the stage to receive his diploma at his graduation ceremony Friday night,…

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  • See This, Skip That: Santa Fe

    Beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a traveler draw year-round, with its bevy of deluxe resorts, vibrant arts scene and world-class cuisine. A journey here is a cultural adventure and, for many, a spiritual one, too. Here are a few special things to see and do in this truly special American…

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