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  • Miss USA and Miss Universe Pageants: Where Things Stand

    The fallout continues over Donald Trump's controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants continues, with Panama becoming the latest country to drop out of the Miss Universe pageant. The Miss Panama organization and the Telemetro television channel announced Friday that they won't participate in or…

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  • Bikes Stolen From Neighborhood Bicycle Program, Community Donates Three Times as Many

    When a neighborhood bicycle program in upstate New York had more than a hundred of its bikes stolen, the community revved up and replaced them with three times as many. Conkey Cruisers in Rochester, New York, is a program that encourages people to ride bicycles during the summer. If they complete…

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  • Chris 'Cupcake' Strandburg Explains his 'Bachelorette' Meltdown

    Chris Strandburg made his mark on this season’s “The Bachelorette” by arriving in a cupcake and left his mark by sobbing uncontrollably when told he would be leaving the show. Now the Nashville dentist says the cupcake was just for attention but the sobbing was all real, sort of.

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  • Day Pack and Washing Machine in One, the Stuff Backpacker's Dreams Are Made Of

    Enter the Scrubba Wash Pack, the latest iteration of a washing machine on the go. Scrubba's founder, who describes himself as an avid traveler, is also the inventor of the Scrubba Wash Bag. The "world's smallest washing machine" was invented by Australian Ash Newland in preparation for a…

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  • Brooklyn Woman Officially Named World’s Oldest Person at 116

    At 116 years old, Susannah Mushatt Jones of Brooklyn, New York is now officially the world's oldest living person. Born on July 6, 1899, Jones became the record holder on June 17, 2015 at the age of 115 years and 346 days, Guinness Book of World Records confirmed to ABC News today. "While she…

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  • Woman Rescued by Hotel Employee After Sleepwalking into the Sea

    Marie Lord, 39, has a hotel porter to thank for saving her life after she sleepwalked into the sea in front of the Anchor Head Hotel in Somerset, U.K. Lee Searle was three hours into his night shift two weeks ago at the seafront hotel when he heard Lord from the sand, he told ABC News today.

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  • San Francisco Shooting Suspect Says He Kept Coming Back to the City to Avoid Deportation

    An undocumented immigrant suspected of killing a woman at a San Francisco pier said he chose the city for its sanctuary policies -- that is, he knew San Francisco was a good place to avoid deportation, he told ABC station KGO-TV. Sanchez, who has been deported five times, told KGO-TV he started…

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  • Henry Cavill Says 'Batman v Superman' Is Really More About Batman

    It's been stressed that "Batman v Superman" is a sequel to "Man of Steel," but all the hype has certainly been around the return of the Caped Crusader to the big screen. Now, the film's star and resident Superman Henry Cavill is adding to those sentiments. Cavill, 32, isn't too worried about…

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  • Khloe Kardashian Hangs with James Harden: 5 Things to Know About NBA Star

    Khloe Kardashian may have a new friend in James Harden. Khloe is only 31, but Harden is actually 25. Harden is the shooting guard for the Houston Rockets and was picked third overall in the 2009 NBA draft by Oklahoma City.

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  • Stars Celebrate US Women's World Cup Victory

    Beyonce, Fergie and Justin Timberlake were among the stars celebrating the United States women's soccer team's World Cup victory on Sunday.The United States beat Japan 5-2 to win their third World Cup title and first since 1999.2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd's Determination Fuels US…

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  • Meet Luhu, the Saddest Looking Cat on the Internet

    With his big eyes and sagging brows, a young gray tabby named Luhu is easily the saddest looking cat on the Internet. "Luhu had eye infections when he was two weeks [old]," Luhu's owner Maggie Liu of Bejing told ABC News. Born Aug. 12, 2012, Luhu's uniquely adorable look has racked up over 73,000…

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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd Visualized Record-Breaking Goals in May

    U.S. Women’s National Team midfielder Carli Lloyd scored three goals in the first 16 minutes of Sunday’s World Cup final, a record hat trick that propelled the Americans to victory. Lloyd, 32, said today on “Good Morning America” that while out for a run on her own in May she visualized herself…

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  • What Google Mystery Device Could Be

    A mystery Google product described in a recent filing with the Federal Communications Commission could very well be the next iteration of Google Glass. It's no secret Google's team has been back at the drawing board to come up with Google Glass 2.0 and the new filing first spotted by Droid Life…

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  • 20 Photos That Prove Taylor Swift Had the Best Weekend Ever

    Coming back to work after a holiday weekend is tough.Judging by the photos from Taylor Swift's July 4 celebration, the singer likely has a serious case of the Mondays.Swift, 25, hosted a slew of friends at her home in Rhode Island, and the crew posted photos from the bash on Instagram. ...

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  • Model You Never Knew Existed Shapes the Jeans You Wear

    J.Lo, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian may have the most talked-about derrieres in Hollywood, but when it comes to finding that perfect fit, 34-year-old Natasha Wagner influences the fashion industry more that those celebrities.

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  • The Big Clue That Kit Harington Could Be Returning to 'Game of Thrones'

    "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington was photographed at a Wimbledon tennis match in London this past Thursday -- but the big story seemed to be his hair. In the photo, Harington is back to sporting his familiar long hair, after showing up at the U.K. premiere of the movie "Testament of Youth"…

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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd's Determination Fuels US Victory

    Carli Lloyd experienced the game of her life Sunday. The midfielder scored three goals -- in the first 16 minutes -- of the Women’s World Cup final, leading the United States to a 5-2 victory against Japan. The win marks the United States’ first Women’s World Cup title since 1999, when Lloyd was…

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