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  • Houston Flooding: Drivers Stranded, Homes Damaged

    Roadways in the Houston area are blocked, drivers are stranded and homes were destroyed due to flash flooding, officials said. As a result of the rainfall and flooded roadways, the National Weather Service issued a flash flood emergency for the Texas counties of Harris and Fort Bend. Texas…

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  • Kanye West Tweets about His Anniversary Day Late

    Kanye West may have been a day late tweeting about his first wedding anniversary to wife Kim Kardashian, but he made up for it. "Kim, I'm so happy to be married to the girl of my dreams," he gushed on Twitter. Kardashian later returned the sentiment.

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  • Missing Mom Swept Away by Texas Floods Called Sister as Rain Poured Down

    Julie Shields said her sister Laura McComb had been in touch with her Saturday night when the rain started pouring down in Wimberley, a river town between Austin and San Antonio. Laura and her husband, Jonathan McComb, had come with their 4- and 6-year-old children as part of a bigger group of…

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  • How Far the Internet Revolution Has Come: Who Has Yet to Get Online

    A new report from the International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations agency, has found that by the end of this year, 3.2 billion people -- about 44 percent of the world's population -- will have used the Internet by the end of this year. "These new figures not only show the rapid…

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  • Colorado Theater Shooting Trial: Holmes' Notebook to Take Center Stage

    One of the most mysterious pieces of evidence in the Aurora, Colorado, theater shooting case will be further revealed when the trial of James Holmes enters its fifth week. The now-infamous notebook with the words "James Holmes" and "My Life" written on the front cover, has been a huge controversy…

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  • Google Doodle Celebrates Sally Ride, 1st American Woman in Space

    Sally Ride, the first American woman to travel to space, is celebrated in today's Google Doodle on what would have been the barrier-breaking astronaut's 64th birthday. A series of five different animations are shown each time people visit Google's home page to pay homage to Ride, who, after her…

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  • Art Garfunkel Opens Up About Paul Simon Split After 45 Years

    It has been 45 years since Simon & Garfunkel first split at the height of their fame in 1970. “Will I do another tour with Paul? Garfunkel, 73, then addresses Paul Simon, 73, and essentially blames him for the falling out so many years ago, although they’ve performed together sporadically over…

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  • 'Free Range Parents' Cleared of 1 Child Neglect Charge, Still Face Another

    The Maryland parents who were charged with child neglect over their "free range parenting" style have been cleared of a second of three charges against them. Child Protective Services of Montgomery County, Maryland, changed the ruling on a Dec. 20 incident from "unsubstantiated neglect" to having…

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  • 'The Bachelorette' Recap: Kaitlyn Goes on Her First Dates

    For her first group date of the season, Kaitlyn Bristowe invited eight bachelors to a boxing gym, where they were trained by a team led by retired boxer Laila Ali, the daughter of Muhammad Ali. Kupah appeared to be so focused on his training that Kaitlyn said she almost forgot he was on the date. …

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  • 4 Ways to Save Money On Your Cell Phone Bill

    The average American spends about $1,000 a year on their cell phone bill, but some industry insiders estimate about $50 billion is wasted annually on parts of the plan they don't even need or use. Todd Dunphy used to work for Verizon but now runs Validas, a company that helps businesses cut down…

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  • Summer TV Preview: What to Watch

    There's no need to head to your local multiplex or wait till fall, there's plenty to watch at home with this summer's TV premieres.There are the highly anticipated returning favorites, such as Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black" and HBO's "True Detective," as well as a slew of new entries,…

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  • Manhunt Continues Following New Orleans Police Officer's Shooting Death

    A manhunt continues in New Orleans after a police officer was found shot dead in his marked patrol car Sunday. The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office identified the victim Monday as James Bennett, Jr., 45. Bennett, a Housing Authority of New Orleans Police Officer since 2013, had previously worked…

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  • Bobbi Brown's Top Tips for the Perfect Smoky Eye

    Emma Stone, Rooney Mara, Zoe Saldana and more celebs have been rocking the smoky eye look on the red carpet. It seems easy enough to replicate, but anyone who has tried knows it can go from smoky eye to black eye in a flash.Bobbi Brown, editor in chief of Yahoo Beauty, shared her top tips for a…

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  • Galapagos Island Volcano Erupts, Threatening Fragile Ecosystem

    A volcano atop one of the Galapagos Islands has erupted for the first time in 33 years, spewing fire, smoke and lava into the night sky – and threatening a fragile ecosystem that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Ecuador's Galapagos National Park administration said the mile-high Wolf…

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  • 'Game of Thrones' Showrunner Explains the Series' Most Recent Shocker

    "Game of Thrones" may have noticed that last night's episode featured a scene that hasn't yet happened in the books. Tyrion Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen finally came face-to-face. To have them come so close together this season then have them not meet felt incredibly frustrating," showrunner…

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  • Fish Fry Fridays, Memories Lure Tourists to Last Howard Johnson's in the Country

    What's old is new again in the tourist town of Lake George, N.Y., where a newly reopened Howard Johnson's restaurant is seeing a resurgence in popularity among baby boomers. Following the closure of a Lake Placid HoJo's outpost this spring and rumors that the Bangor, Maine, franchise's demise…

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  • Photo of Marine Praying With Bride-to-Be Goes Viral

    A photo of a young Marine praying with his bride-to-be quickly went viral after it was posted on Facebook by the wedding photographer.

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