• In a Major Address, Obama Makes Case for Human Rights to Thousands in Vietnam

    President Obama sent a message to the government of Vietnam today -– make improvements on human rights in order to succeed as a nation. Obama said some activists were blocked from attending the meeting. The president didn't say who blocked the activists from attending, but did say this to…

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  • Hillary Clinton Warns Trump ‘Could Bankrupt America Like He’s Bankrupted His Companies’

    Hillary Clinton is now taking aim at Donald Trump's business acumen. "Trump economics is a recipe for lower wages, fewer jobs, more debt,” Clinton told the SEIU members at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit. Over the past few weeks, Clinton has focused most of her attacks on Trump’s foreign…

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  • 'Bachelorette' JoJo Fletcher Opens Up About Jordan Rodgers

    Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, was the "Bachelorette" contestant who grabbed the most headlines before the show premiered on Monday. In fact, JoJo Fletcher said that before she was asked to star in the show, she saw those stories too. 'The…

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  • ‘DWTS’ 2016: Paige VanZant, Ginger Zee and Nyle DiMarco Battle It Out on 1st Night of Finale

    Paige VanZant, Ginger Zee and Nyle DiMarco pulled out all the stops tonight on the first night of the two-night “Dancing With the Stars” finale, each performing two routines in their intense contest to win the mirror ball trophy. At the end of the night, Paige VanZant was leading the pack in…

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  • 'The Bachelorette' JoJo Fletcher Dishes On This Season's Group of Guys

    On tonight's premiere episode of "The Bachelorette," JoJo Fletcher will meet 26 guys all hoping to win her heart.However, she gave ABC News a little insight into who might have an easier time winning over her affections.Spoiler: Tall, dark-haired guys who are outgoing and athletic may have a leg…

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  • Baltimore Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Freddie Gray Death

    A judge found Baltimore police officer Edward Nero not guilty today on all four misdemeanor charges for his role in the events leading up to the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Nero, 30, had been charged with second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and two counts of misconduct in office,…

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  • Bill Cosby Set to Appear in Court After Bid to Halt Case Denied

    Bill Cosby is expected to appear in court tomorrow in Pennsylvania after an application to delay an indecent assault case against him was denied earlier today. This could be the first time in years that Cosby, 78, comes face-to-face with his accuser, Andrea Constand. Last December, Montgomery…

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  • 4 Die in 4 Days Climbing Mount Everest

    A local Sherpa guide was also among those killed, according to CNN. Meanwhile, two Indian climbers, Paresh Nath and Goutam Ghosh, have been missing on the mountain since Saturday. Two climbers died from altitude sickness, one fell to his death, and one is suspected of dying from a heart attack,…

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  • EgyptAir 804 Black Boxes Remain Unrecovered: What We Know About the Hunt for Answers

    The crucial black boxes from EgyptAir Flight 804 have yet to be recovered after the plane disappeared over the Mediterranean Sea last week with 66 people aboard. The United States, France, Egypt and other countries are contributing to search teams combing the area. Here's what to know about the…

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  • Girl, 10, Pens Handwritten Petition Asking Magazines to Diversify Their Images

    A mother, who says she has battled bulimia and struggled with body issues since childhood, was shocked when her 10-year-old daughter created a handwritten petition asking magazines to diversify their images.Author Glennon Doyle Melton wrote in her now viral blog post about the moment her daughter…

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  • Angelina Jolie Pitt Will Be Visiting Professor at Prestigious London School of Economics

    Call her Professor Jolie Pitt.Angelina Jolie Pitt has joined the London School of Economics as a visiting professor at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security the school announced Monday.Beginning this fall, she will deliver lectures to students, take part in expert workshops and participate in…

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  • Marine Dad Surprises Son by Celebrating Each Holiday Early Before Deployment

    One Marine dad’s touching gesture to celebrate every major holiday with his son early before his deployment was soon met with an even bigger Father’s Day surprise for himself. Staff Sgt. John York’s wife, Priscilla York, and their 3-year-old son, Bryson, wanted to ensure their beloved husband and…

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  • Woman Redeems 22-Year-Old Disney Pass She Never Used at Age 4

    For one California woman, a trip to Walt Disney World last month proved that dreams really do come true. On April 23, Chelsea Herline, 27, of San Francisco, decided to try her luck with a 22-year-old, unused day pass at the gates to Disney's Magic Kingdom.

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  • Photographer Tracks Down Mystery Couple After Snapping Their Engagement

    A Nashville photographer who stumbled upon an engagement happening right before her eyes and took a few photos was desperate to find the couple she shot. Thanks to Facebook, she eventually tracked them down a state away. Rachel Henderson told ABC News she was in the middle of a superhero photo…

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  • Defense Makes New Allegations Against Former Congressman Gary Condit in Chandra Levy Case

    New allegations made by the defense in a new trial for the man accused of murdering Chandra Levy are raising questions about the disappearance of Levy, the FBI intern who vanished in May 2001 and whose remains were found the next year in Washington, D.C.,'s Rock Creek Park. The Washington murder…

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  • Questlove Defends Madonna's Tribute to Prince at Billboard Music Awards

    Social media was in an uproar last night after Madonna's tribute to Prince at the Billboard Music Awards. Madonna performed two hits created by the late singer, who passed away April 21 at the age of 57, including "Nothing Compares 2 U," which was made famous by Sinead O'Connor, and "Purple Rain,"…

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  • Airbus Files Patent for Super Speedy Helicopter

    Airbus has filed a patent for what could be a super speedy helicopter that employs a unique design that includes some elements found of fixed-wing airplanes. "The invention relates to a compound helicopter comprising a fuselage, at least one engine and a main rotor driven by at least one engine,"…

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  • Teen With Muscular Dystrophy Walks to Receive High School Diploma

    A 19-year-old from Arkansas who has been in a wheelchair since last year stood up and walked at his high school graduation as his classmates, friends and family gave him a standing ovation. Doug Haynes, of Bearden, Arkansas, set walking at his school’s May 20 graduation ceremony as his top goal…

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  • Google's 'Science Journal' App Turns Your Smartphone Into a Laboratory

    Google's new Science Journal app is turning Android smartphones into pocket-sized scientific powerhouses, allowing users to conduct a variety of experiments using tools already built into the device. Geared toward parents and children, the free app guides users through the scientific process, from…

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  • 2016 Billboard Music Awards: All the Highlights

    The 2016 Billboard Music Awards was all about The Weeknd, who grabbed eight trophies, including Top Hot 100 Artist, Top R&B Artist, Top R&B Song for "The Hills," and Top R&B Album for Beauty Behind the Madness. In The Weeknd's acceptance speech, he noted that the legendary artist was an…

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