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  • Lea Thompson Talks 'Back to the Future' 30 Years Later

    Many fans of "Back to the Future" can't believe that it's been 30 years since the movie hit theaters. Lea Thompson, who played Lorraine Baines in the movie, is one of them. Crispin Glover was quirky: Glover, who played Thompson's husband George McFly, drove a checkered cab and was "definitely a…

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  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Final: Everything You Need to Know About US-Japan

    It will be payback time for the U.S. women's soccer team on Sunday when it takes on Japan in the World Cup final, a rematch of the 2011 championship game they lost. The teams will face off in Vancouver's BC Place Stadium, where the Americans are hoping to win a third World Cup title. The U.S.…

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  • 'Back to the Future' 30th Anniversary: Neil deGrasse Tyson Talks Time Travel

    Today marks the 30th anniversary of "Back to the Future" hitting theaters and launching Michael J. Fox into super stardom. In the iconic movie, Fox's character Marty McFly goes back in time to 1955 to change his father's past, while also saving his friend and time travel inventor Doc Brown. With…

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  • Anonymous Donors Give $3M to Scholarship Fund After Charleston Church Massacre

    Anonymous donors have given $3 million to a scholarship fund for members of the Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church community after a massacre at the historic house of worship left nine dead. The money has been donated to the Reverend Pinckney Scholarship Fund, named in honor of Rev.…

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  • Escaped Prisoner Richard Matt Aimed Shotgun at Agent Who Found and Killed Him

    New York prison escapee Richard Matt aimed a 20-gauge shotgun at the border patrol SWAT team agent who found him after a nearly three-week manhunt and then killed him, according to a statement from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB). Earlier, state police said only that Matt refused to…

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  • Fire at Mt. Zion AME Church in South Carolina Attributed to 'Natural' Causes

    The cause of a recent fire that burned down Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church in Greeleyville, South Carolina has been classified as stemming from "natural" causes according to the South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) and the U.S. Department of Justice. The finding comes…

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  • Whole Foods Founder John Mackey, CEO Walter Robb Apologize for Overcharging

    The CEOs of Whole Foods are apologizing for overcharging customers and offering free food to people in return. Investigators found Whole Foods locations in New York City "routinely overstated" the weight of pre-packaged contents and overcharged customers, according to an announcement by the city's…

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  • Wimbledon 2015: Bob Woodruff Takes Us Inside the Hallowed Tennis Championship

    Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and arguably the most anticipated of the four Grand Slam events every year. Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam event still played on grass, and boasts 41 courts, including 19 championships grass courts. Inside the gates, spectators can watch…

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  • Georgia Dentist Office Defends ‘Papoose' Restraint After Parent Complaint

    A Georgia dentistry practice that’s under fire for using a restraint device on a child is defending its use of the so-called papoose board, saying every parent signs a consent form and is allowed to stay with the child during a procedure. “[The] guideline is, if the child is moving a lot or…

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  • Florida Mom Outraged by Mall Employee's Facebook Shaming

    "We were appalled by the views expressed by an Icing Store Manager on her personal Facebook account, and her actions were a significant breach of conduct that we take very seriously," Icing wrote on Facebook. Kalnins said she attempted to contact the Icing manager via Facebook and pleaded she take…

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  • GoFundMe Page Asked for Money to Cover Dylann Roof's Sister’s Wedding After Charleston Shooting

    A GoFundMe page administered by someone claiming to be Amber Roof asked for donations to fund a "dream honeymoon" and pay off her wedding that was canceled after Dylann Roof allegedly killed nine people at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, last month. Dylann Roof has a sister…

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  • Miniature Horse Tied for World's Tiniest Poised for Big Things

    Even for a miniature horse, Itty Bitty Hope is pretty small. "She'll be able to navigate around hospitals and nursing homes and medical equipment more easily," said her owner Linda Wood, who runs the Mini Hooves of Love Miniature Therapy Horses non-profit with her husband Jim Wood. The Woods came…

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  • Tiffani Thiessen Welcomes a Son, Holt Fisher Smith

    Tiffani Thiessen is now a mother of two. The actress and her husband, actor Brady Smith, welcomed a son on Wednesday, she revealed on Instagram. "Yesterday Harper got a little brother! We are so excited to introduce Holt Fisher Smith.

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  • Why America Ferrera Is Saying 'Thank You!' to Donald Trump

    Actress and activist America Ferrera joined the growing ranks of Donald Trump opponents today, arguing in an online missive that the real estate mogul’s recent comments about Latinos are backfiring. “I heard what you said about the kind of people you think Latino immigrants are -- people with…

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  • 5 Storylines the 'Melrose Place' TV Movie Should Address

    "Melrose Place" aired its final episode in 1999, but it's coming back! In 1992, when "Melrose Place" premiered, it was considered groundbreaking to have an openly gay character, let alone one who, in 1994, had a boyfriend who tested positive for HIV. Some critics complained, however, that Matt…

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  • 'Sesame Street': After 44 Years, Sonia Manzano to Leave Show

    Sonia Manzano is leaving the show after 44 years, "Sesame Street" confirmed to ABC News. On the show, Manzano ran a Fix-It Shop with her on-screen husband, Emilio Delgado. Manzano joined "Sesame Street" in 1971 and was inducted into the Bronx Hall of Fame in 2005.

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  • New Horizons Sends Back Images of Mystery Dark Spots on Pluto

    Several mysterious dark spots on the surface of Pluto have caught the attention of NASA researchers as the New Horizons probe makes its final approach to the dwarf planet. Several spots are evenly spaced along Pluto's equator, with each having a diameter of about 300 miles, according to NASA. …

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