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  • Lucille Ball's First-Ever Hollywood Home Listed at $1.75 Million

    It may not be 623 E. 68th Street, but for a cool, $1.75 million, one lucky fan can call Lucille Ball's actual Hollywood home their own.The charming 1,874-square-foot property boasts two beds, two baths, two decks, a fireplace, patio, and avocado and lemon trees, according to Zillow.'Brady Bunch'…

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  • Donald Trump Makes Appeal to Black Voters in Speeches but Seemingly Relies on RNC for Outreach

    He was scheduled to meet this morning with members of the Republican Leadership Initiative (RLI), a program started by the Republican National Committee to engage a diverse group of voters. Ashley Bell, senior strategist and national director for black engagement for the RNC, says outreach began…

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  • Kate Gosselin Already Thinking About Being a Grandma

    With eight kids, you'd think former reality TV star Kate Gosselin would be far too occupied to think about being a grandmother one day. "Six of my kids could have babies in the same year – I could essentially have sextuplets all over again," Gosselin, 41, told People magazine. Aside from having…

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  • Over 200 Indiana Residents Placed in Shelters After Tornado

    The mayor of Komomo, Indiana, said he feels "very grateful" this morning after no deaths or serious injuries were reported from a devastating storm and tornado that hit the town Wednesday, flattening buildings and damaging homes. About 10 to 15 minor injuries were reported, said Howard County…

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  • Race for Survivors in Italy as Quake Death Toll Climbs to 247

    Rescue workers raced to find survivors one day after a powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked central Italy, killing at least 247, injuring hundreds more and leaving thousands homeless. A powerful 4.7 magnitude aftershock hit the area at around 5 a.m. local time Thursday, according to the United…

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  • 'Extreme Weight Loss' Chris Powell's Tips to Get the Whole Family Active

    Powell, who, with his wife, Heidi Powell, has a combined family of four kids, said that when motivating kids to move, it’s important to keep the activities fun and to offer incentives, like time with friends. Try this workout with your kids and keep reading below for more of Powell’s workout tips!

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  • Back to School: Tech Tool to Help Kids Develop Emotional Intelligence

    As the summer ends and thoughts turn to a return to school and classes, some parents may be wondering how to help their children fall in love with learning from a young age. Q Wunder, an app launching in September, uses games, fun, songs and celebrity interviews to try to teach the critical skills…

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  • Orlando Hospitals Won't Bill Pulse Nightclub Massacre Victims

    Survivors of the Pulse Nightclub massacre who were treated at two Orlando hospitals will not be billed for their medical care, the facilities announced Wednesday. Orlando Regional Hospital treated 44 patients of the June 12 terror attack, during which gunman Omar Mateen slaughtered 49 people at…

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  • Scott Eastwood Makes Apologetic Call to Late Ex's Father

    Earlier this week, "Suicide Squad" star Scott Eastwood told GQ Australia that an ex-girlfriend had died years earlier in a car accident. What the 30-year-old actor added was that he never called the father of his ex, Jewel Brangman, after the 2014 accident because it was too difficult. People…

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  • Italy Earthquake: 10-Year-Old Girl Rescued From Rubble 17 Hours Later

    It took 17 hours and several firefighters to rescue her, but 10-year-old Giulia was pulled from the rubble alive today after an earthquake struck central Italy Wednesday. As rescue workers raced to find survivors beneath the crumbled buildings in the town of Pescara del Tronto, about 100 miles…

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  • Syracuse Soccer Team Pulls of Epic Locker Room Trick

    Heads up! The Syracuse men's soccer team has pulled off an epic locker room stunt as one player tried to "head" the ball to his teammates without hitting the ground. Senior defenseman Liam Callahan bounced the ball to all 25 of his teammate's noggins, one at a time, without the ball ever hitting…

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  • Judith Light Opens Up About 'Daunting' Return to the Stage in One-Woman Show

    Two-time Tony award-winning actress Judith Light described her return to the stage in a new, one-woman play as "daunting.""I am the cast. You're looking at her," Light said in an interview that aired today on "Good Morning America." "It's really challenging. It's daunting."Golden Globes 2015: How…

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  • Attack on American University in Kabul Ends, 12 Dead

    A deadly attack on the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul has ended, according to a government spokesperson. General Abdul Rahman Rahimi, Kabul's police chief, said early Thursday that 12 people were killed. Of the 12 killed, he said 7 were students, 3 were police officers and 2 were…

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  • Cincinnati Hit With Wave of 50 Heroin Overdoses in 2 Days

    First responders were reeling in Cincinnati after a mid-week spate of more than 50 heroin overdoses from Tuesday morning to Wednesday night. Even in the midst of a drug epidemic that has made opioid overdoses an increasingly common feature in towns and cities across the nation, the wave of…

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  • Buildings Flattened, Cars Tossed But No Serious Injuries After Indiana Tornadoes

    Multiple tornadoes struck central Indiana Wednesday -- damaging homes, leveling buildings and piling cars on top of one another like toys. Miraculously, state police said late Wednesday that no serious injures had been reported even as tens of thousands of residents had no power. National Weather…

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  • Death Toll Climbs to 247 After Earthquake in Central Italy, 368 Injured

    Nearly 24 hours after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, killing at least 247, aftershocks continued and the odd survivor was still being pulled from the rubble. At 5:17 a.m. local time Thursday morning -- nearly 26 hours after the quake first struck -- central Italy…

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  • Donald Trump: 'Hillary Clinton Is a Bigot'

    "Hillary Clinton is a bigot who sees people of color only as votes, not as human beings worthy of a better future,” Trump said as he appealed to African-American voters. “Oh, Anderson, it reminds me of that great saying that Maya Angelou had, that when someone shows you who they are, believe them…

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