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  • Trump Says He Hope Russia Finds Clinton’s Deleted Emails

    Donald Trump said he has "never spoken" to Vladimir Putin amid allegations that his campaign colluded with the Russian president to hack Democratic National Committee emails. A handful of cybersecurity firms have concluded that Russian hackers were the likely culprits of the DNC email release that…

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  • Coast Guard Releases Video of 46-Person Bering Sea Rescue

    The U.S. Coast Guard released video this morning of the rescue of several dozen crew members from a capsizing fishing vessel located almost 700 miles from Alaskan shores.Good Samaritan vessels reached the scene first and rescued 46 people Tuesday night. The crew had abandoned their sinking trawler…

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  • Charges Dismissed Against Baltimore Police Officers in Freddie Gray Case

    Prosecutors in Baltimore dropped all charges against the three remaining Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray despite holding firm in their belief that Gray's death was a homicide. “We do not believe that Gray killed himself. At the motion’s hearing for State v Garrett…

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  • Mom Thanks Chick-fil-A Employees Who Played With Son When Others Refused

    A Georgia mom took to Facebook last week to thank the employees of a fast food restaurant for playing with her son after he was left out by other children playing nearby.Kari Merriken of Columbus said that she and her 8-year-old, Caleb, were attending a Star Wars-themed "Galaxy Night" at…

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  • Dr. Dre Issued Rare Citizen's Arrest After Driveway Confrontation

    Music mogul Dr. Dre was handcuffed and patted down by sheriff's deputies outside of his Malibu home after an alleged road rage dispute on Monday morning. Authorities were called by a male motorist who pulled off the Pacific Coast Highway and stopped in front of the music producer's home. …

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  • ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' Funding Leads to New Genetic Findings

    ALS is a neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the spinal cord leading to loss of control over muscles. In a study published in the Nature Genetics Journal researchers from various institutions including University of Massachusetts Medical School and University Medical Center…

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  • Zoë Saldana Talks Difficulties of Balancing Work and Motherhood While Filming 'Star Trek Beyond'

    "Star Trek Beyond" was a big draw at the box office, and one of the stars of the movie is opening up about her struggles during filming. Zoë Saldana told People magazine about the largest obstacle she faced on the "Star Trek" set: separating from her then-6-month-old twins. Saldana, 38, and her…

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  • What Will Bill Clinton Be Called if Hillary Clinton Becomes President?

    As former President Bill Clinton made history Tuesday night by becoming the first man to endorse his wife for U.S. president at a major party’s convention, Americans across the nation began to wonder: What will he be called if Hillary Clinton wins the White House? That was the question that spiked…

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  • In Leaked Recordings, DNC Shown Controlling Donor Access

    The release of a trove of “embarrassing” hacked internal emails and private voicemail recordings reveal not only the unseemly deal-making involved in recruiting high-dollar donations for political campaigns, but the role fundraising officials play in approving and denying access to President Obama…

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  • George Stephanopoulos: What You Need to Know About DNC Day 3

    Hillary Clinton made history last night when she became the first woman to secure the presidential nomination of a major U.S. party. Several prominent speakers will address the convention this evening, including President Barack Obama and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. ABC News’…

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  • $3M Lotto Winner Pleads Guilty to Using Prize Money to Fund Illegal Meth Ring

    A Georgia man who won millions in the lottery could face life in prison after pleading guilty to using a portion of his prize to invest in a crystal meth operation. Ronnie Music Jr., 45, of Waycross, Georgia, pleaded guilty last week to federal drug and gun charges after U.S. attorneys presented…

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  • 5 Things to Watch on Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention

    The Democratic National Convention is halfway over, and after a hefty dose of drama in the first two days, it will feature some serious political star power in the final days. The convention heard from two former presidents last night (Jimmy Carter by video and Bill Clinton in person), and tonight…

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  • 'Pitch Perfect,' 'Modern Family' and Other Stars Sing a Cappella for Hillary Clinton

    Elizabeth Banks, John Michael Higgins and Hana Mae Lee are just a few of the celebrities singing Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" a cappella in a new video released by Banks on Tuesday night. Platten also appears in the video, as do Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, America Ferrera, Eva Longoria, Kristin…

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  • Aaron Rodgers Breaks Silence on His Brother's 'Bachelorette' Participation

    Aaron was absent when "Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher met his family. At one point, Jordan told Fletcher he didn't think Aaron even know he'd signed up for the show. When asked by reporters at Packers training camp Tuesday about his younger brother and "The Bachelorette," Aaron commented, "I haven't…

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  • Heath Ledger's Father Says Sister Warned Actor About Mixing Drugs

    Kim Ledger, the father of the late actor Heath Ledger, is opening up about one of the last conversations the Oscar winner had before his death in 2008. "Losing a child is something that never leaves you.

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  • Ellen Pompeo Reveals the 'Toughest Part' of Starring in 'Grey's Anatomy'

    Ellen Pompeo has had a lengthy run as Meredith Grey on "Grey's Anatomy."One reason she remains on the ABC medical drama? Her age."At 33, I was wise enough to know my clock was already ticking in Hollywood," the actress told PeopleStyle.Pompeo said she had a "super late start" in launching her…

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  • 'The Bachelorette' Recap: Chad Returns to Stir Up Trouble on 'Men Tell All'

    The eliminated contestants on the current season of "The Bachelorette" reunited for the "Men Tell All" special Tuesday night. "Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher joined host Chris Harrison and company, but finalists Jordan Rodgers and Robby Hayes were not present. It was subsequently revealed that Chad…

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  • Cheerleader in Wheelchair Stuns in Winning Routine

    The team, known as the Oxygen All Stars Lithium, includes cheerleader Debbie Stark, who uses a wheelchair. Stark's teammates seamlessly incorporated her into the routine, which earned them the title of Special Ability champions. The video of the winning routine was posted to Facebook Friday and…

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  • Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: 'We Need to Do Better' to Protect Users

    Following "Ghostbusters" star Leslie Jones’ recent harassment on Twitter, the company's CEO Jack Dorsey acknowledged that things need to change. “No one deserves to be the target of abuse on Twitter,” he said on a conference call with investors Tuesday. But Dorsey did acknowledge the delicate…

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  • 'Jason Bourne': 10 Burning Questions Answered

    That is a great question and one that took Matt Damon the better part of a decade to answer, so going into this weekend's "Jason Bourne," not knowing that is OK. ABC News invited a Bourne newbie to the screening of Damon's latest thriller and told her simply, "Ask me anything!" And she did. 1 -…

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