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  • Video Shows Survivor Pulled From Debris of Taiwan Earthquake Collapse 2 Days Later

    A woman was still alive today after being buried under debris of one of the collapsed buildings from the earthquake that shook Taiwan two days ago. Rescuers were able to pull her out to safety, as video footage shows. Taiwan’s Eastern Broadcasting Corp. was able to get footage of the rescuers’…

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  • White House Asks Congress for $1.8 Billion to Fight Zika Virus

    The Obama administration is requesting $1.8 billion in emergency funding from Congress to fight the Zika virus in the United States and abroad, the White House announced today. The request comes after lawmakers on Capitol Hill urged the White House to address the spread of the virus, which is…

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  • Chipotle Temporarily Closes Restaurants for Company-Wide Meeting

    Chipotle restaurants across the nation are temporarily closing today in an effort to educate 60,000 employees about the food-borne illnesses that have rocked the company in recent months. Food safety protocols will also be explained in the meeting.

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  • Mobile Payments App Venmo Suffers Post-Super Bowl Outage

    It's safe to say Super Bowl Sunday was one of the busier nights for mobile payments app Venmo but we'll let you draw your own conclusions as to why. After the Denver Broncos bested the Carolina Panthers to take home the Lombardi trophy, Venmo users reported difficulty sending money through the…

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  • Peyton Manning Knows What He's Doing After Super Bowl Win

    Peyton Manning kept with tradition when it came to his Super Bowl celebration plans. The Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl against the Carolina Panthers, 24-10. During a press conference after Sunday night's game, Manning said that he was "taking his kids to Disneyland" before he and his family…

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  • Super Bowl 50: Peyton Manning 'Very Much at Peace'

    Peyton Manning says he’s “very much at peace” as he contemplates retirement from the NFL just hours after winning his second Super Bowl title. Manning, 39, finished 13 for 23 for 141 yards in the Broncos’ 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Sunday’s Super Bowl game at California’s Levi’s…

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  • 'Jason Bourne,' 'Captain America' and More Super Bowl Trailers

    Last night, the big game wasn't the only focus for fans. As always, the commercials were highly anticipated and none more than the big blockbuster trailers that dropped during Super Bowl 50.Matt Damon is back as "Jason Bourne" and Robert Downey Jr. has some choice words for a rogue Captain America…

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  • Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Rocked by Hurricane-Force Winds Off US Coast

    It was a scary night at sea for the passengers aboard Royal Caribbean cruise ship Anthem of the Seas as they were caught in hurricane-force winds off the Carolina coast Sunday night. The ship left from Cape Liberty, New Jersey Saturday for a seven-night cruise to the Bahamas, but instead will dock…

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  • 'Kung Fu Panda 3' Stays on Top at the Box Office

    "Kung Fu Panda 3" scored another box office win during Super Bowl weekend.The animated sequel earned an estimated $21 million in its second weekend of release.'Kung Fu Panda 3' Tops the Box Office'The Revenant' Tops Weekend Box OfficeThe Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" opened in second place,…

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  • Chris Christie Invokes Bill Clinton in 'Wide Open' GOP Race

    A day before voters go to the polls in the first-in-the-nation primary in New Hampshire, Chris Christie said he believes “the race is now wide open” and pointed to Bill Clinton as evidence. “No one knows what's going on in this race at all,” the New Jersey governor and Republican presidential…

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  • Italian President Sergio Mattarella Begins Week-Long Visit to US

    Italian President Sergio Mattarella will meet President Obama at the White House today as part of his first seven-day official visit to the United States during which he will visit Washington, New York and Houston. Mattarella will be accompanied to his meetings today by Italian Foreign Minister…

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  • Super Bowl 50: Beyonce Takes Fans Behind the Scenes of Her Performance

    Although Coldplay headlined the Super Bowl 50 halftime performance, all eyes were on Beyonce, who shared the stage with the British band along with pop star Bruno Mars.The singer, who announced her Formation World Tour right after the big game ended, is letting fans in on how her performance came…

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  • Russians Arrest 7 in Alleged ISIS-Related Terror Plot

    Russian security services have arrested seven people accused of plotting terror attacks on behalf of the Islamic State in major Russian cities, the country’s FSB intelligence agency said today. The arrests were made in the city of Ekaterinburg, located in the Urals region on the edge of Siberia,…

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  • Super Bowl 50: Meet Doritos' $1 Million Super Bowl Ad Winner

    Chase’s 30-second ad features dogs trying to figure out how to get their favorite snack from a supermarket. The three dogs repeatedly try to get into the supermarket, only to be blocked by an employee.

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  • Super Bowl 50: Marlo Mosley's Excellent Adventure

    The past week has been a whirlwind for Marlo Mosley, the 11-year-old NFL Play 60 Super Bowl contest winner and “GMA” kid correspondent.The show followed Mosley during her adventure, which included meeting with football players and the NFL's first female coach. She even got to pass off the game ball…

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  • Budweiser Says It Didn't Pay Peyton Manning to Mention Beer

    Peyton Manning must really love Budweiser. Manning said twice during his post Super Bowl 50 interviews that he plans to drink a lot of Budweiser tonight, but Budweiser's head of communications tweeted that the quarterback wasn't paid to mention the beer. Mannings' comments came on the field and…

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