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  • Orlando Hospitals Won't Bill Pulse Nightclub Massacre Victims

    Survivors of the Pulse Nightclub massacre who were treated at two Orlando hospitals will not be billed for their medical care, the facilities announced Wednesday. Orlando Regional Hospital treated 44 patients of the June 12 terror attack, during which gunman Omar Mateen slaughtered 49 people at…

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  • Death Toll Climbs to 247 After Earthquake in Central Italy, 368 Injured

    Nearly 24 hours after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, killing at least 247, aftershocks continued and the odd survivor was still being pulled from the rubble. At 5:17 a.m. local time Thursday morning -- nearly 26 hours after the quake first struck -- central Italy…

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  • Woman Dies After Falling 40 Feet From Zip Line in Delaware

    A 59-year-old woman has died after falling approximately 40 feet from a zip line at the Lums Pond State Park in Delaware.The accident happened at about 1:40 p.m. on the Go Ape Treetop Adventure attraction, according to police.The woman, who has not been identified, was treated at the scene before…

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  • In Pictures: A Look at Rebel Life as Historic Colombia-FARC Peace Deal Is Signed

    After more than 55 years of conflict, which prematurely ended 220,000 lives, Colombia appears to be on the precipice of peace.Following nearly four years of intense negotiations, Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos and leaders from the Marxist rebel group Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia…

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  • Buildings Flattened, Cars Tossed But No Serious Injuries After Indiana Tornadoes

    Multiple tornadoes struck central Indiana Wednesday -- damaging homes, leveling buildings and piling cars on top of one another like toys. Miraculously, state police said late Wednesday that no serious injures had been reported even as tens of thousands of residents had no power. National Weather…

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  • Donald Trump: 'Hillary Clinton Is a Bigot'

    "Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future,” Trump said as he appealed to African-American voters. “Oh, Anderson, it reminds me of that great saying that Maya Angelou had, that when someone shows you who they are, believe them…

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  • Aerial Video Shows Italian Town Devastated by Earthquake

    Video from a drone that captures the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Italy today shows the contrast between the chaos in one hard-hit town and the serenity of the countryside beside it.The video takes in the town — where buildings stand next to others that were destroyed — as well as the fields…

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  • Potentially Habitable Planet Discovered Orbiting Proxima Centauri, Closest Star to Our Sun

    Astronomers have discovered an Earth-sized, potentially habitable planet orbiting our closest stellar neighbor. Though the exoplanet is over four light years away, it's been hailed the "closest possible abode for life outside the Solar System," the European Space Observatory said today. The…

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  • Doctors Without Borders Refused to Help American ISIS Hostage Kayla Mueller

    Even though she was kidnapped by ISIS from a Doctors Without Borders vehicle, and had helped a friend install equipment at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Syria, the prestigious humanitarian group refused to help negotiate for the freedom of American hostage Kayla Mueller, her parents tell…

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  • Prince's Paisley Park to Be Turned Into Museum

    Fans will get a chance to visit the famed studio where the legendary Prince wrote and recorded many of his songs. According to a statement today from Bremer Trust, the firm in charge of Prince's estate, public tours of Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota will begin Oct. 6. "Millions of Prince…

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  • London Zoo Adorably Weighs All of Its Animals in Annual Event

    The London Zoo rounded up all of its animals, big and small, to be weighed and measured today for the zoo's annual weigh-in event. The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) zoo, home to more than 17,000 animals, said in a statement that the animals' weights will be added to an international database…

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  • Navy Destroyer 'Harassed' by Iranian Speedboats, US Official Says

    The U.S. Navy destroyer USS Nitze was “harassed” by four Iranian Revolutionary Guard small craft on Tuesday, some of them coming as close as 300 yards to the ship as it was in the vicinity of the Strait of Hormuz, a Department of Defense official said today. “Four Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps…

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  • What to Know About Amatrice, a Town Hard Hit by Italy's Earthquake

    A small, mountainous town in central Italy known for its pasta dish and ancient architecture was at the epicenter of a devastating earthquake in the region Wednesday morning. Amatrice is home to some 2,500 residents, and visitors flood the picturesque town in Italy's countryside in the summertime.…

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  • Rescuer Calms Woman Trapped Under Rubble After Italy Earthquake

    As rescue workers searched among debris in the wake of a deadly earthquake in Italy early this morning, video from Italy’s State Forestry Corp shows one rescue worker in the rural Italian town of Capodacqua trying to calm a woman who was trapped under the rubble of her home.

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  • John Krasinski Reveals His Favorite Romantic Comedy

    Krasinski and Blunt welcomed their second daughter, Violet, in June. "I would love to pretend that I'm going to be the guy in overalls with some scary bat waiting for guys when they come to visit," he continued.

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  • Millions of Dead Fish Found in New Jersey Creek

    Millions of dead fish recently turned up in Waackcaack Creek in Keansburg, New Jersey, according to an official with the state's Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). The dead fish were all Atlantic menhaden, also known as bunker, NJDEP spokesman Lawrence Hajna told ABC News today.

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  • Research Shows Links Between Obesity and 8 Additional Cancers

    While obesity is often associated with a host of other health issues including high blood pressure, stroke and heart attack, a new study is examining how the condition is also related to cancer risk. A review of several studies published today in the New England Journal of Medicine found new…

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