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  • Owen Labrie Found Not Guilty of Felony Sexual Assault in Prep School Trial

    Owen Labrie was found not guilty of felony sexual assault, and guilty of a felony related to computer use and four misdemeanors, in a case at St. Paul's School, a prestigious New Hampshire prep school. The jury of nine men and three women delivered a not-guilty verdict on the three felony sexual…

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  • Florida Braces for Tropical Storm Erika

    Tropical Storm Erika is veering towards the United States -- its sights set on Florida -- after leaving a path of death and destruction in the Caribbean. The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency is reporting that local government officials believe that there are 31 additional people…

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  • 'No Escape' Movie Review

    The thriller "No Escape" is like the exact opposite of that -- 100-plus minutes of nervous, jaw-clenching tension that will leave you in need of a professional rubdown and a stiff drink. "No Escape" stars Owen Wilson and Lake Bell as Jack and Annie Dwyer, who with their two young girls are moving…

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  • Judge Joe Brown in Jail for Contempt of Court

    Former TV judge Joe Brown turned himself in to authorities Thursday night and is now serving a five-day stint for being found in contempt of court dating back to an incident from last year, Shelby County Sheriff's Office confirmed to ABC News today. Brown, 68, surrendered himself to Memphis…

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  • Teacher's Kanye West-Themed Classroom Welcomes Students to the 'Good Life'

    Perez, a die-hard Kanye West fan, decorated his entire classroom in Kanye West themes, from song titles to the “Graduation” album cover bear, even down to the entire red color scheme inspired by Kanye’s Air Yeezy 2 “Red October” shoes he designed. Perez said he was inspired to do the Kanye…

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  • Women Who Survived 5 Days in Wilderness: 'We're Too Young to Die'

    As friends Laura Sherman and Denise Diaz spent five days lost in the northern California wilderness, they said they thought to themselves, "We're too young to die.""We've got to live to have grandchildren," Sherman, 57, told ABC News today. "We've got to live our lives."The two women, both moms of…

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  • Family Fights to Save $16K, 3-Story Tree House Built in Memory of Late Father

    A family from Rossmoor, California, is fighting to save a three-story tree house they built in front of their home in memory of their dad, who recently passed away in a surfing accident. Joni Doherty told ABC News that the tree house, which cost over $16,000 to build, was completed in 2014, about…

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  • Inside On-Air Shooter Vester Flanagan's Sparse Apartment

    Photos from inside the apartment of alleged on-air killer Vester Flanagan show his spare living space.The only hanging decorations were a series of photos from what appeared to be his earlier careers in modeling and television.Virginia On-Air Shooting: Survivor's Harrowing Tale of Facing Down…

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  • Matt Damon Says New 'Bourne' Inspired by Edward Snowden

    Matt Damon says the reason he hasn't done a "Bourne" movie since 2007 is that he and director Paul Greengrass were waiting for a big enough change in the world. So, after Snowden's privacy revelations in recent years, Damon said, “Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an…

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  • High School Goes 'Big' to Get Tom Hanks to Attend Homecoming

    One high school is rolling out the red carpet with a “Big” social media campaign in hopes of getting Hollywood A-lister, Tom Hanks, to attend their homecoming on October 9. “Our homecoming is huge. It’s a small town, about 14,000 people,” Margaret Nichols, the assistant principal at Kerman High…

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  • Surviving National Zoo Panda Cub Is Male

    The Washington National Zoo revealed the gender of Mei Xiang’s baby panda cub, and it’s a boy. Genetic testing also revealed the father of the baby panda. Tian Tian, the National Zoo’s male panda, sired the newborn.

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  • Why Emmett Till's Life Matters 60 Years After His Brutal Slaying

    Civil rights activists, relatives of the black teen and other families "victimized by racial violence" -- including the family of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown -- have invited the public to unite for a commemorative weekend in Chicago to remember Till and to continue the legacy of Till's mother,…

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  • Hillary Clinton on Her Hair: I Know ‘What the Donald Is Going Through’

    The day after Donald Trump asked an audience member to prove his hair is real, Hillary Clinton brought up the topic in her speech to top Democrats today. “A lot of people have said a lot of things about my hair over the years, so I do kind of know what Donald is going through,” she said to laughs…

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  • 'We Are Your Friends' Movie Review

    In "We Are Your Friends," Zac Efron plays Cole Carter, a D.J. and maker of electronic dance music (EDM) who loves partying with his friends and playing the side room at a club every Thursday night, but he thinks there’s more out there for him. Stop me if you’ve heard this before: One of his…

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  • Amazing Parents Create Transforming Optimus Prime Birthday Cake for Son

    A clever couple from Australia recently surprised their son with a transforming Optimus Prime cake for his sixth birthday. A YouTube video from the six-year-old boy's birthday party in Perth shows the boy blowing out the candles on what appears to be a truck-shaped cake just before it starts…

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  • Facebook Milestones Leading to a Billion Users in a Single Day

    When Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dorm room in 2004, his audience was college students. Eleven years later, the Facebook CEO celebrated a milestone: One billion people -- that's 1 in 7 people on Earth -- logged onto the site in a single day this week. This was the first time…

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  • Bill Clinton Sought State Department OK For Paid Speeches Related to North Korea, Congo, New E-mails Show

    ABC News has obtained State Department e-mails that shed light on Bill Clinton’s lucrative speaking engagements and show he and the Clinton Foundation tried to get approval for invitations related to two of the most repressive countries in the world -- North Korea and the Democratic Republic of the…

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