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  • New Dash Cam Video Shows Laquan McDonald Running from Police

    New dash cam footage released from the night of teen Laquan McDonald's fatal shooting by police shows the teen running from a cop car. This blurry footage, taken from the dash camera in officer Jason Van Dyke's patrol car, shows the 17-year-old running from the vehicle. The video from the night…

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  • Brothers Fear The Other Is Dead After Surviving Avalanches in Colorado

    Two brothers feared the worst for each other’s fate when they triggered separate avalanches while skiing in the backcountry of Ophir, Colorado. On Wednesday, Brian Holmes, 26, triggered the first avalanche when he started his descent near Waterfall Canyon in Ophir, police said.

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  • Watch Arnold Schwarzenegger Curl Turkeys for Thanksgiving Drive

    Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks and pumping up.Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a great video of him curling turkeys as part of a food drive -- one of several celebrities, actors and athletes who have to social media to inspire others to help the less fortunate.Here are some other celebs…

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  • Raspberry Pi Zero: What You Can Do With This $5 Computer

    The makers of Raspberry Pi announced today the company's latest fully functioning computer will be available for $5. The Raspberry Pi Zero is about the size of a stick of chewing gum but comes with endless possibilities for everyone from programmers looking to create fun new projects to students…

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  • Church Members Offer to Adopt Newborn Left in Manger

    Several members of a church in Queens, New York, have offered to adopt a newborn baby boy who was found in the manger of a nativity scene there. The boy's mother won’t face any charges under the so-called “safe haven” law -– which says a newborn can be dropped off at a church, hospital, police or…

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  • President Obama Compares Syrian Refugees to Mayflower Pilgrims, Administration Says States Can't Block Them

    President Obama used his weekly address to appeal to families counting their blessings on Thanksgiving, reminding Americans that the holiday isn’t only about turkey but a tribute to the deep immigration history that led to the nation’s founding. “In 1620, a small band of pilgrims came to this…

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  • Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Donates $1,500 to Puppy Named After Him

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson donated $1,500 to a 4-month-old puppy that bears the former wrestler turned actor's name."Meet Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, a 4-month-old puppy, who needs your help. He was dumped at North Central Shelter with a large metal wire wrapped around the bottom portion of his…

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  • Prince Harry Pays Tribute to Princess Diana at Children’s Centre Opening

    Prince Harry made a heartfelt tribute to Princess Diana while opening the Sentebale Mamohato Children's Centre at his charity located in Lesotho today. The 31-year-old named the center’s dining room, "Princess of Wales Hall," in honor of his late mother, who was one of the first pioneers seeking…

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  • Turkey-Taking Shoplifters Caught on Camera

    Surveillance video captured by StopLift, shows a grocery store shopper ringing up an item in self-checkout, but then walking away with a turkey. At another self-checkout, a shopper scans items but appears to miss the mark on one and walks it through. Some security experts say theft is up to five…

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  • Thanksgiving 911: ‘Chopped’ Chefs Answer Your Last-Minute Turkey Day Cooking Questions

    Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re going somewhere for dinner, you can relax. If you’re cooking dinner, the pressure is on!Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli, Geoffrey Zakarian and Amanda Freitag, who are judges on “Chopped,” the Food Network’s intense cooking competition, were in the "Good Morning America”…

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  • New 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Clip Features the Dark Side

    A new clip for "The Force Awakens" was posted on Facebook and it's all about the Dark Side. We also see new shots of the First Order, which Supreme Leader Snoke heads up, and Kylo Ren surrounded by his Knights. It's chilling and the first we've really heard or seen of the leaders of the Dark Side.

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  • Best Shopping Deals for Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday

    Black Friday is now a season. Planning your shopping is key to deal hunting.The good news is that online deals are almost as good as the in-store deals, with a few notable door-buster exceptions. Even more interesting is the adoption of mobile-based deals that retailers are offering to entice you…

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  • What Not to Buy on Black Friday

    There are plenty of deals on Black Friday, but just because that toaster or television is billed as a "doorbuster," it doesn't necessarily mean it's a good purchase. "Almost everything seems to be at its best price on Black Friday, but there are a few categories that have better deals in December…

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  • Military Families Reunited in Ultimate Thanksgiving Surprise

    In 2010, the couple was living in Salem, Va., when Shannon was deployed to Afghanistan with Second Battalion First Marines. “I was definitely concerned with how she was gonna handle, you know, being two parents at one time,” Shannon, a Navy Corpsman, told ABC News. Irene stayed in Virginia with…

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  • Your Guide to Thanksgiving Shopping Hours

    You don't have to wait until Black Friday to score a deal.Just as the turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie feasts begin to settle, some stores will open their doors Thanksgiving Day, marking the start of the 2015 holiday shopping season.Black Friday 2015: Best Tech Deals We've Seen So FarIf…

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  • 'GMA' Thanksgiving Deals and Steals on Fun Family Items

    Tory Johnson has special Thanksgiving deals on items for the whole family.

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  • Former NFL Player Frank Gifford Suffered From CTE, Says Family

    Former NFL Hall of Famer and sportscaster Frank Gifford had signs of the progressive degenerative disease Chronic Traumatic Encephalopahty (CTE), according to a statement from his family today.Gifford, 84, died on Aug. 9 at his Connecticut home. His family emphasized in the statement that CTE did…

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