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  • Springsteen Signs 5th Grader's School Absence Note, But Dad Keeps the Original

    The 10-year-old student, Michael Fenerty, attended Springsteen’s book signing with his father, Mike, at the Free Library of Philadelphia on Thursday. Since they were already getting Springsteen's signature on his new autobiography, "Born To Run," why not ask the singer to sign Michael's excuse…

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  • Nick Hillary Opens Up to '20/20' in 1st Interview After Being Found Not Guilty of Murder

    After being found not guilty of murder, former college soccer coach Nick Hillary opened up to ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas for his first post-verdict interview, saying that a monumental burden has been lifted off his shoulders. Hillary was accused of fatally strangling 12-year-old Garrett Phillips,…

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  • Hillary Clinton Leads Donald Trump in ABC News' Electoral Ratings Before Tough Battleground Contests

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appears to be maintaining a decided advantage in the Electoral College this November, strengthening her grip around states tipping her way while forcing Republican nominee Donald Trump to defend a handful of typical GOP strongholds. Toss-ups in…

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  • Ryder Cup Heckler Wins $100 Bet by Making Putt Rory McIlroy Missed

    One of the most famous contests in golf saw one of the most impressive displays on a green in Ryder Cup history, and it didn't even come from one of the players. David Johnson, a spectator during the practice round on Thursday at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota, watched Team Europe's…

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  • 'Hero' School Counselor Talked Student With Gun Out of Shooting, Sheriff Says

    A Tennessee middle school counselor is being hailed a hero after she talked a 14-year-old boy who came to school with a loaded gun out of his alleged plans to shoot teachers and a police officer this week, according to the Cheatham County Sheriff's Office. Molly Hudgens, a counselor at Sycamore…

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  • 14-Year-Old Charged With Attempted Murder in South Carolina School Shooting

    A 14-year-old who allegedly shot three people outside a South Carolina elementary school appeared in court today. The teenager was charged with one count of murder in the death of his father, 47-year-old Jeffrey Osborne, and three counts of attempted murder, one for each of the people who were…

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  • Donald Trump's Revisionist View of the 1st Debate

    Donald Trump may be out of the debate “spin room,” but he hasn't stopped spinning his reaction to the debate itself. The Republican presidential nominee initially seemed to be pleased with his performance at Hofstra University Monday night, but his tune – and, specifically, his thoughts on the…

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  • Tulsa Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty in Manslaughter of Terence Crutcher

    The Oklahoma police officer charged with first-degree manslaughter in the recent fatal shooting of an unarmed black man pleaded not guilty at her first court appearance today. Tulsa officer Betty Shelby did not speak in the courtroom, but one of her attorneys, Shannon McMurray, entered the…

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  • Hurricane Matthew Gaining Strength in Caribbean

    Hurricane Matthew gained strength over the Caribbean Sea on Friday, and with its eye beginning to form became a major hurricane with winds up to 115 mph and gusting to 140 mph. This is the second major hurricane in Atlantic Basin in 2016. The hurricane is on path to travel west-by-southwest…

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  • Tim Burton Defends Lack of Diversity in 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children'

    Tim Burton is defending his latest film, "Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children," after being asked about the lack of diversity in the cast. The film adaption of Ransom Riggs' bestselling debut novel features a largely white cast aside from star Samuel L. Jackson, who portrays Mr. Barron, a…

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  • How Joe Giudice Is Spending His Time in Prison

    Teresa Giudice spoke to People magazine about how her husband Joe is faring in jail. The 44-year-old husband of the 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star entered Fort Dix prison in New Jersey in March to serve a 41-month stint for tax fraud. Having served an 11-month stint for the same charge,…

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  • Donald Trump Doubles Down on Attacks Against Beauty Queen

    Donald Trump has doubled down on his attacks on a former Miss Universe in a stream of early-morning tweets. Rather than back away from the accusations, Trump has repeatedly defended his criticisms of the woman and her weight. Both Clinton and Machado responded today online to Trump's latest…

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  • NJ Train Crash Investigation Underway; Engineer Tests Negative for Alcohol, Drugs

    The engineer who was behind the controls of a New Jersey Transit train that crashed into Hoboken station Thursday morning, killing one person and injuring 114 others, was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the accident, according to a law enforcement official. The engineer,…

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  • Review: 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' Is 'Completely Original' and 'Enchanting'

    I don’t know whose idea it was to have director Tim Burton adapt Ransom Riggs’ 2011 novel "Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children," but I do know I’d like to buy that person a drink. Asa Butterfield stars as Jake, an ordinary -- maybe less than ordinary -- teenager living in South Florida,…

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  • What We Know About the Engineer of the Crashed NJ Transit Train

    Thomas Gallagher, the man at the controls of the NJ Transit train that plowed into a station Thursday, is a married father and veteran engineer who has worked in the rail industry for almost three decades, officials said. Authorities said Gallagher, 48, is cooperating with investigators after…

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  • Mystery Surrounding Deaths of US Sisters at Luxury Seychelles Resort

    The discovery of two American sisters dead in their hotel room turned the vacation of a lifetime in Africa into a heartbreaking tragedy. The bodies of Robin Korkki, 42, of Chicago and Annie Korkki, 37, of Denver were discovered last week in the same hotel room of their luxury $2,000 a night resort…

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  • COLUMN: Is Superhero TV Like 'Luke Cage,' 'Flash' Better Than the Films

    "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" sits somewhere in between and for a 2016 that could have been one of the best in superhero films, it really didn't deliver -- at least yet. We can debate whether this is the beginning of what Steven Spielberg predicted last year -- that eventually superhero…

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