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  • William Shatner Defends Absence From Leonard Nimoy's Funeral

    One day after publicly saying he couldn't make his dear friend Leonard Nimoy's funeral because he was "doing charity work" for the Red Cross, the legendary William Shatner fired back at critics who had blasted him because of his absence. On Sunday morning, he started on Twitter by citing a report…

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  • Tax Tip: Tax Apps to Try This Tax Season

    Advancing technology has been a driving force behind how to file tax returns. More than four in five taxpayers now file electronically, according to the Internal Revenue Service."Taxpayers make fewer mistakes today than they have in the past and that's generally because of, you know, digital…

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  • Blind Man Regains Sight After 33 Years With 'Bionic Eye'

    Larry Hester was 33 years old when he got horrible news. It was tough,” Hester, now 67, told "Good Morning America’s" co-anchor, Robin Roberts. His wife, Jerry Hester, was by his side. It was hard," Jerry Hester said.

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  • Historic Winter Isn't Behind Us Yet

    Boston has come just short of surpassing its season snowfall record -- but with additional snowfall expected in the coming days, the record could soon fall. After her car spun out, Jenn Daniel said she watched helplessly as others faced the same predicament. Winter weather in Texas was a big part…

    Good Morning America37 mins ago
  • N. Korea Warns of 'Merciless Strikes' as It Launches 2 Missiles Into the Sea

    Tensions on the Korean Peninsula are on the rise, with North Korea warning of "merciless" war and launching two missiles as the joint United States-South Korean forces launched annual military drills on Monday. The communist country test-fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the East Sea…

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  • Officials: Mom Knew Her Son Mohammed Emwazi Was 'Jihadi John'

    The parents of Mohammed Emwazi, who were questioned recently in Kuwait, told authorities they last heard from their son in mid-2013 when he called them from Turkey. Emwazi said he was going to do humanitarian work in Syria, the parents said, according to the officials.

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  • Fatal Los Angeles Police Shooting Caught on Video

    A Los Angeles police officer shot and killed a man during a confrontation in the city's Skid Row area Sunday, in an incident that was caught on video. "The preliminary investigation revealed that during that altercation, at least one less-than-lethal device, a Taser, was deployed," LAPD Sgt. Barry…

    Good Morning America37 mins ago
  • 'The Bachelor: Women Tell All' Preview: Watch Kaitlyn Confront Chris Soules

    Chris Soules is down to two women in this season of "The Bachelor," but he still has to face the women he eliminated during the show. Tonight, "The Bachelor: Women Tell All" airs on ABC, and one woman, Kaitlyn, who was not given a rose in last week's episode, has some hard questions for Soules.

    Good Morning America37 mins ago
  • Store Clerk Fights Off, Shoots Robber in Kentucky

    A clerk at a Lexington, Kentucky, tobacco store fended off an attempted robbery -- a tense altercation that was captured on the store’s surveillance camera. Zara Adil, 21, was working Friday at Tobacco Zone when two men entered the store wearing masks.

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  • 'The Real Paleo Diet Cookbook': Asian Beef and Vegetable Stir-Fry Recipe

    Five-spice powder is a salt-free spice blend used widely in Chinese cooking. It consists of equal parts ground cinnamon, cloves, fennel seeds, star anise and Szechwan peppercorns.

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  • More Snow and Ice Impact Weekend Plans; New Storm On the Way

    Another blast of snow and ice impacted weekend plans from the Midwest to the Northeast on Sunday. The southern side of this latest winter storm brought freezing rain to the mid-Atlantic region Sunday morning. The freezing rain eventually moved farther north, reaching central Pennsylvania to New…

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  • Ebola Survivor Nina Pham Suing Hospital to Be 'Voice for Other Nurses'

    A nurse who contracted Ebola at the Dallas hospital where she worked plans to sue the hospital's parent company, Texas Health Resources, hoping to be a "voice for other nurses," her lawyer said today. In the suit, which Nina Pham plans to file Monday, the 26-year-old nurse alleges that Texas…

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  • Astronaut Chris Hadfield's Flight Suit Found at Toronto Vintage Store

    A flight suit belonging to Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian astronaut to walk in space, was picked up in the most unlikely place: a vintage store in downtown Toronto. When physician and scientist Dr. Julielynn Y. Wong spotted the flight suit hanging on the store's wall, she "asked the salesgirl…

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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Smartphones Unveiled at Mobile World Congress

    The South Korean electronics company today unveiled the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. "These products are the result of a simple philosophy," Samsung CEO J.K. Shin said. Samsung boasted that it would have the "fastest, brightest camera on the market"…

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  • 'The People's Court' Missing Mother: Orlando Police Renew Search Years Later

    Police in Orlando, Florida, renewed their search for a mother of three whose episode on "The People's Court" with her former fiance aired the same day she disappeared nearly four years ago. Michelle Parker was last seen on Nov. 17, 2011, the same day the prerecorded episode featuring herself and…

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  • Soldier Surprise: 2 Girls Get Heartfelt Reunion With Dad

    In the midst of Sgt. First Class Joseph Kern's fifth deployment, the Cherry Hill, New Jersey, husband and father of two made a surprise stop home in honor of his daughter's 2nd birthday. Kern, who is in the Army National Guard and has been deployed since June, and his wife, Sarah Woldoff, a…

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  • Alleged Street Race Driver Charged With Murder in Fatal Los Angeles Crash

    One of the alleged drivers involved in a fatal crash stemming from an illegal street race has been charged with murder. Henry Gevorgyan turned himself in to Los Angeles police late Saturday. Police say he was one of the drivers involved in a fatal crash that was the "result of an illegal street…

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