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  • Tax Tip: How to Know If You Qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit

    Couples with children who have a joint annual income of $52,000 or less may have a great way to save on their taxes. "Low- and moderate-income working families usually qualify for something called the earned income tax credit,” IRS spokesman Eric Smith said. "The earned income credit is a…

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  • Gender Identity is Biological, Study Says

    Writing in the journal Endocrine Practice, the researchers said that as many as one in 100 people could be living with some form of gender identity disorder -- meaning they may identify their gender differently than the one they were born with. This makes the case for doctors to use surgery and…

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  • Chile Volcano Eruption Sends Lava Shooting Into the Sky

    Chile's Villarrica volcano erupted overnight, sending lava shooting into the night sky.The amazing display was visible from miles away.Villarrica is one of Chile’s most active volcanoes, with increased activity reported in the past month. Residents in nearby communities were evacuated due to the…

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  • Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use May Have Violated Federal Requirements: Report

    Hillary Clinton used a personal email account exclusively while serving as secretary of state, and may have violated federal requirements, the New York Times reported late Monday. According to the Times, Clinton did not have a government email address during her four years at the State Department,…

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  • Gold Rush: Armed Robbers Steal $4M in Gold From Truck

    Three armed suspects are on the run after allegedly robbing a tractor trailer that was transporting a shipment of millions of dollars worth of gold and silver, police said. Two armed security security guards told police they were traveling from Miami to Attleboro, Massachusetts along I-95 and…

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  • Life After Ebola: Nurse Nina Pham Says She Has Nightmares, Aches, Hair Loss

    Since surviving a harrowing brush with Ebola last October, Dallas nurse Nina Pham has been plagued with nightmares, body aches and hair loss, her lawyer told ABC News. Pham, 26, cared for Liberian native Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola on U.S. soil, at Texas Health…

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  • Man's Seeing Eye Dog Has Eye Troubles of His Own

    Ronald Henry's guide dog Kehotay has been by his side for the last eight years, but now it's the golden retriever who needs a helping hand.

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  • Husband and Wife Fighting Cancer Get Dream Vacation

    In a few weeks, Chett Birr will drive his parents, Beth and Gary Birr, to a resort in Kissimmee, Florida, for a seven-day vacation. "They never really took the time or money" to go on vacation before, Chett Birr, 23, told ABC News. In 2009, Chett Birr was on the Coleman, Wisconsin, wrestling team…

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  • More 'Vulnerable' Bethenny Frankel Returns to 'Real Housewives of New York'

    "It's like starting over," Frankel tells her therapist in a teaser for the new season, posted exclusively by Us Weekly. Frankel is returning to the show that first made her a star, after starring in her own reality show spin-off, in which she married Jason Hoppy and had a baby daughter, and…

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  • Maggie Smith Says 6th Season of 'Downton Abbey' Should Be 'Last One'

    Maggie Smith just celebrated her 80th birthday, but says she'll keep working in television and film as long as physically possible.“When you’re not working it’s scary, and when you are working it’s scary, because you don’t know if you’ve got the energy to get through the day. But the bleakness of…

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  • Officials: Mom Knew Her Son Mohammed Emwazi Was 'Jihadi John'

    The father of Mohammed Emwazi, who was questioned recently in Kuwait, told authorities the family last heard from his son in mid-2013 when the younger Emwazi called them from Turkey. A school picture captured what appeared to be an angelic smile, but a teacher told the BBC Emwazi had anger…

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  • Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry Welcome Baby Boy Rhodes

    Less than a year after tying the knot, "Roseanne" star Sara Gilbert and her wife Linda Perry welcomed a baby boy. According to People magazine, the couple welcomed the baby on Saturday and his name is Rhodes Emilio Gilbert Perry. The couple wed last March and co-hosts Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen…

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  • NASA's Dawn Nears Dwarf Planet Ceres

    NASA's Dawn spacecraft will reach the dwarf planet Ceres on Friday in what has been a nearly eight year journey. When the probe reaches Ceres and inserts itself into its orbit, it will be the first time a space mission has successfully visited a dwarf planet, according to NASA. Ceres is located…

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  • Flaws in 'Leaked' Cindy Crawford Photo Faked? Photographer Says Yes

    The leaked photo of supermodel Cindy Crawford that showed the model in a less-than-flattering light appears to have been faked, according to the photographer who took the picture during a magazine photo shoot. "It has been falsely claimed that this photograph represents an un-retouched image of…

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    'Dancing With the Stars' 2015: Season 20 Couples (12 photos)

    It takes two to tango! The new “Dancing With the Stars" celebrity cast is getting ready to rhumba and samba on the dance floor when season 20 premieres on March 16 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Click through to see the new celebrities, including TV and fitness icon Suzanne Somers, music great Patti LaBelle,…

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  • Dangerous Bacteria Mysteriously Escapes From Louisiana Monkey Lab

    How a potentially deadly strain of bacteria escaped from a primate research lab infecting four monkeys is a mystery, government officials said, but they added the incident poses no threat to the public. The bacterium in question, burkholderia pseudomallei, is widespread throughout Southeast Asia…

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  • How a New Treadmill Test Predicts 'Survival of the Fittest'

    Researchers from the Mayo Clinic looked at standard treadmill stress test results for more than 58,000 subjects, ages 18 to 96. “In medicine we usually base predictions of survival on the absence or presence of a disease state,” she said.

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