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  • A Look Back at the Birth of Prince George

    Royal baby fever is sweeping across Britain -- and the world -- once again, even if it isn't as intense as the first time Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince George."I think the build up is not gonna be anywhere near the same intensity as around Prince George -- when he was born," royal journalist…

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  • American Convicted of Murder in Indonesia, Sentenced to 18 Years

    The Denpasar District Court ruled Tuesday that Tommy Schaefer, 21, was guilty of battering Sheila von Wiese-Mack to death in a hotel room on the resort island of Bali. Schaefer’s girlfriend, Heather Mack, 19, is also charged in connection with the Aug. 12 murder. They were arrested a day after…

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  • 'Full House' Reboot Is Officially Happening, and Here Are the Details

    The reboot – titled “Fuller House” – will star Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, with Stamos (Uncle Jesse on the original series) set to produce and guest star. According to the statement, discussions with additional “Full House” cast members Bob Saget, Mary-Kate and Ashley…

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  • Detroit Zoo Plans to Turn Animal Waste Into Energy

    The Detroit Zoo is planning to turn a major byproduct of its animal inhabitants into renewable energy. The Detroit Zoological Society and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation launched a crowdfunding campaign on Monday to build an energy-producing biodigester at the zoo. The biodigester…

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  • Jon Stewart Announces Plans for His Final 'Daily Show' Episode

    Jon Stewart’s final episode of “The Daily Show” will take place Aug. 6, the host announced Monday. “I will be wearing a suit, I will more than likely be showered … I’m sorry, I’ll be wearing overalls and I won’t shower,” Stewart said during the filming of Monday’s episode.

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  • Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Crosses Finish Line

    Returning to the race that caused her to become an amputee, Boston Marathon bombing victim Rebekah Gregory has crossed the finish line. "Just to know that I was crossing the finish line on my own foot and I wasn't in a wheelchair like last year and I wasn't laying on the pavement fighting for my…

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  • The Curse of 'Oversharenting': Parents, Friends Squabble Over Kid Updates on Social Media

    Seems like everyone’s social media feeds are full of those parents who overshare, capturing their child’s every meal, every outfit, every moment, from bath time to spit-up to #unfiltered potty pics. “I’ve posted a lot of pictures of her hitting milestones, and just when she wears cute outfits,”…

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  • Baltimore Mayor 'Angry' About Freddie Gray's Unexplained Death After Arrest

    Baltimore officials said today they share residents’ frustration with the lack of answers for why Freddie Gray, whose family says he was injured during his arrest last week by Baltimore police, died Sunday. “This is a very, very tense time for Baltimore city,” Baltimore Mayor Stephanie…

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  • Dog Reunited With Owner After 3 State, 4-Month Journey

    The tri-state reunion originated last year when Rachel Kelsey, 23, moved to Houston from Kansas City, Missouri, for an internship. She adopted her dog, Tex, from a local animal shelter and the pair were best buds until one day in December when Kelsey was side-swiped by an 18-wheeler while driving…

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  • Muslim Family Seen Being Bullied on Viral Video Speaks Out, Plans to Press Charges

    A Muslim family, who was captured on video being bullied by a passenger on a train from Sydney, Australia, has come forward and said they're working with police to identify the woman who allegedly harassed them, and they plan on pressing charges against the woman if she's found. Cellphone video…

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown: Bobby Brown Was In an 'Emotional State' When He Said She Was Awake

    Bobby Brown said over the weekend that his daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was "awake," but today, the singer's wife and attorney clarified that statement. Added Christopher Brown, Bobby Brown's lawyer, "Doctors have indicated that she will have a long life.

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  • How Twitter Helped Channing Tatum Get His Backpack Back

    When Channing Tatum accidentally left his backpack in a New York City cab on Saturday, he turned to his seven million Twitter followers for help.

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars' Celebrates Spring Break Monday Night

    Spring break comes to the "Dancing With the Stars" ballroom Monday night.The eight remaining couples will perform dances to various spring break-inspired songs.In addition, the cast will be divided into two groups for a team dance-off.Judge Bruno Tonioli vowed to ABC News that Monday's show will…

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  • This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Run a Marathon

    "Everyone has pain," said Dr. Lewis G. Maharam, the chairman of the International Marathon Medical Directors Association. Normally, the body only needs slow twitch muscle fibers to drive it forward. “When you exhaust glycogen stores, the body’s preferred source of sugar, you start breaking down…

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  • Charlize Theron Shares Her Secrets to Aging

    I realize now that’s not the case—we can celebrate every age," the Oscar winner said. Theron recently also spoke out about how she and boyfriend Sean Penn found love and what she finds attractive about her fellow Oscar winner.

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  • Missing Long Island Mother and Daughter Stayed in Manhattan Voluntarily, Police Say

    A Long Island mother and her teenage daughter were found safe on New York City's Upper West Side after they seemingly vanished, authorities said, but their whereabouts over the past several weeks remain a mystery. It appears Iona Costello, 51, and her 14-year-old daughter, Emily, had been staying…

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  • Why These Baby Crocodiles Can't Wait to Get to Cuba

    Cuba's former President Fidel Castro gave the crocodiles’ parents to Russian cosmonaut Vladimir Shatalov in the 1970s. Cuban authorities reached out to the zoo last year asking whether it would be possible to release some of the crocodiles into the wild in Cuba. "We said yes immediately," said Bo…

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