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  • Alleged Street Race Driver Charged With Murder in Fatal Los Angeles Crash

    One of the alleged drivers involved in a fatal crash stemming from an illegal street race has been charged with murder. Henry Gevorgyan turned himself in to Los Angeles police late Saturday. Police say he was one of the drivers involved in a fatal crash that was the "result of an illegal street…

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  • Samsung Unveils Two New Galaxy Smartphones at Mobile World Congress

    The South Korean electronics company today unveiled the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. "These products are the result of a simple philosophy," Samsung CEO J.K. Shin said. Samsung boasted that it would have the "fastest, brightest camera on the market"…

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  • 'The People's Court' Missing Mother: Orlando Police Renew Search Years Later

    Police in Orlando, Florida, renewed their search for a mother of three whose episode on "The People's Court" with her former fiance aired the same day she disappeared nearly four years ago. Michelle Parker was last seen on Nov. 17, 2011, the same day the prerecorded episode featuring herself and…

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  • Florida Boy Who Survived Double Lung Transplant Fulfills Firefighting Dream

    A 6-year-old boy has achieved his dream job: being a firefighter. Cameron Witsman, who was born with a lung defect, became an honorary firefighter on Friday in Eustis, Florida, a town about one hour northwest of Orlando. Cysts grew in Cameron's lungs before he was born, his mother Caroline…

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  • See This, Skip That: Sydney

    Sydney’s allure is indisputable -– a beautiful, exotic, multicultural destination on the other side of the world where travelers come to explore and escape. As Australia’s most populous city and the capital of New South Wales, this is a bustling metropolis indeed, where rich culture, creative…

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  • What We Could Have Done With the $5.8 Billion the Government Lost to Tax ID Theft

    An Even Bigger Problem Than Identity Theft This Holiday Shopping Season

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  • Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Expected: CDC

    The vaccine has an 18 percent effectiveness against the dominant H3N2 flu strain, the CDC reports. "There's more data that's come in now, given how much of the flu is caused by this mutated strain of H3N2," ABC News' Chief Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser told ABC News today. Children…

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  • Snowstorm Heading for Boston Could Break City's All-time Snow Record

    The record-breaking month of February may be coming to a close for Boston, but with a new month comes a new snowstorm. A Winter Storm Watch was issued by the National Weather Service early Saturday morning for the city of Boston and much of southern New England, including Hartford, Connecticut,…

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  • Stolen NASCAR Sprint Cup Race Car Found

    Police in Georgia found a NASCAR Sprint Cup car that was stolen from a hotel parking lot days before the driver was scheduled to race. Travis Kvapil's No. 44 race car was found today in Loganville, Georgia, according to Team Xtreme Racing.

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  • 5 Surprising, Little-Known Airline Guarantees

    The carrier did very well in the most recent government statistics for "mishandled" baggage, bested only by smaller Virgin America and JetBlue, and way ahead of American and United. This airline's baggage guarantee has been around for years now but not everyone knows about it. A bag guarantee…

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  • Hottest Las Vegas Pool Party Dates Announced for 2015

    Spring, and spring break, are fast-approaching, and while that means many things -- warmer temps, shorter skirts, generally happier people -- we're focused on one in particular: Vegas pool party season (which generally includes the three former mentions, as well). Encore Beach Club, exclusively…

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  • American Airlines Flight Delayed 9 Hours by Heavy Snow, Mechanical Problem

    What was supposed to be a nearly one-hour flight turned into a nine-hour ordeal for passengers on board an American Airlines plane delayed for hours because of icy conditions and a mechanical problem. American Airlines flight 382 was scheduled to leave for Oklahoma City from Dallas/Fort Worth…

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  • Lupita Nyong'o's Pearl Oscars Dress Found in a Bathroom After Being Stolen

    The pearl dress that Lupita Nyong'o wore to the Oscars was found in a bathroom two days after it was stolen from her hotel room in West Hollywood, police say. The West Hollywood Sherriff’s Department received a call this afternoon from a “media source saying they received an anonymous call that…

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  • Leonard Nimoy: 'Star Trek' Star Dead at 83

    Leonard Nimoy, known for his iconic character Mr. Spock on "Star Trek," has died, ABC News has confirmed via the actor's granddaughter and his agent Bob Gersh. Nimoy, who played first officer to William Shatner's Captain Kirk on the Starship Enterprise in TV and movies, died Friday morning in…

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  • White And Gold Or Black And Blue: Why People See the Dress Differently

    "Our brain basically biases certain colors depending on what time of day it is, what the surrounding light conditions are," said optometrist Thomas Stokkermans, who directs the optometry division at UH Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. So we can recognize the same objects in different light…

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  • Kelly Osbourne to Leave 'Fashion Police'

    This departure also comes days after the show dealt with the backlash from comments made about Zendaya Coleman's dreadlocks at the Oscars.

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  • Leonard Nimoy: William Shatner and George Takei Remember Their 'Star Trek' Costar

    Earlier today, flowers were placed on his Hollywood Walk of Fame star, and many of his fellow actors, including his "Star Trek" costars, expressed their condolences on social media. "I loved him like a brother," William Shatner wrote on Facebook.

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