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  • The Full Scoop on the Museum of Ice Cream in New York City

    That's the mantra at the Museum of Ice Cream, a month-long interactive exhibit that celebrates America's favorite summer treat and opens in New York City today. More than 30 artists, all passionate about ice cream, contributed ice cream-themed work for the museum. "Good Morning America" got a…

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  • The Evolution of Matt Damon and 'Jason Bourne'

    Today, the name Matt Damon is synonymous with Jason Bourne. The Oscar-winner has been playing the amnesiac spy for almost 15 years now and is back in his fourth turn as "Bourne" to the delight of fans worldwide. You can literally see Damon progress from an early 30's young actor taking on his…

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  • Jared Leto Says He Still Has Some of the Joker Left in Him 'Somewhere'

    Jared Leto said he “dove pretty deep” into taking on the iconic role of the Joker in “Suicide Squad,” so deep that he is not sure the character fully left him after the filming of the movie wrapped. “I feel like this film is an introduction to the Joker and I'm hopeful that we will see more to…

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  • Conservatives Lash Out at Actor Bradley Cooper for Appearance at Democratic National Convention

    Political conservatives have raised an outcry online after seeing “American Sniper” star Bradley Cooper among attendees at the Democratic National Convention in the actor's hometown of Philadelphia. Cooper earned critical acclaim and an Oscar nomination for his turn in the 2014 hit film about…

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  • Police Officer Has 'Tea Party' With Toddler Whose Life He Saved

    It was tea time this month for one toddler and the police officer who saved her life last year. On July 17, 2-year-old Bexley invited Officer Patrick Ray of the Rowlett Texas Police Department to join her for a tea party in celebration of their special bond. On July 26, 2015, Bexley was playing…

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  • Extreme Skydiver Luke Aikins Prepares to Jump 25,000 Feet With No Parachute

    Luke Aikins has safely landed 18,000 parachute jumps so far in his 26-year career, but the elite daredevil is seriously upping ante in his latest stunt. The 42-year-old aerial expert and third-generation skydiver will jump out of an airplane at 25,000 feet over Simi Valley, California tomorrow…

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  • Report: VA Spent Millions on Costly Art as Veterans Waited for Care

    A new report alleges that the Department of Veterans Affairs spent $20 million between 2004 and 2014 on costly artwork. Open The Books, a nonprofit that claims to be the world’s largest private database of government spending, in conjunction with Cox Media used government data to examine the…

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  • Northern California Wildfire Continues to Grow, Threatening Homes and Businesses

    A wildfire on California's northern coast is gaining ground one week after it started, threatening an expanding number of homes and businesses. The blaze has destroyed 41 homes, 7 of them in the last day, as it approaches 30,000 acres in size, with only 15 percent contained, according to the…

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  • 1 Cop Killed, Another Injured in San Diego Shooting; Suspect in Custody

    A police officer and father of two is dead, and another cop is injured after they were shot in San Diego Thursday night.One suspect has been taken into police custody. Police said they were searching for additional suspects.The shooting happened after the two officers, both assigned to the gang…

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  • Celebrities Congratulate Hillary Clinton's Historic Nomination at the DNC

    Public figures spanning the spectrum -- from elected officials to chart-topping musicians to award-winning TV and film stars -- took to Twitter Thursday evening to congratulate Hillary Clinton on becoming the Democratic party's presidential nominee. It also marks the first time a female will lead a…

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  • Pope Francis Visits Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Meets Survivors

    Pope Francis paid a somber visit to the site of the former Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz in southern Poland on Friday. The Vatican said Francis wanted to mourn the victims in quiet prayer and meditation, and for roughly 15 minutes he prayed silently before meeting with several survivors of…

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  • Democratic National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking the Speakers

    The Democratic Party is holding its convention in Philadelphia this week.Every day, ABC News will be fact-checking speakers at the Democratic National Convention.DAY FOUR: Thursday, July 28Fact Check: Auto Industry Had Its Best Year EverClaim: The U.S. auto industry had its best year ever in…

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  • ANALYSIS: Convention Spreads Bigger Tent for Democrats – as Hillary Clinton Pitches Reinvention

    The wild week of the Democratic National Convention brought anger and unpredictability, loud disagreements and flashes of patriotism and a party exposing its divisions and anxieties for the nation to see.In other words, it revealed America. And when Hillary Clinton made it all official, accepting…

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  • Trump Campaign: Clinton DNC Speech Delivered From 'Fantasy Universe'

    The Donald Trump campaign said Hillary Clinton's Democratic National Convention speech was "delivered from a fantasy universe," in a scathing rebuke against the newly-minted Democratic presidential nominee. "Clinton's speech was an insulting collection of clichés and recycled rhetoric," Trump's…

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  • Starting With a Paper Clip and Trading Up at the Democratic Convention

    What do you get at the Democratic National Convention when all you have is a paper clip?ABC News found out this week, by starting with a blue paper clip and trading up for different items with DNC-goers during its four-day run in Philadelphia. The same game was played at the RNC last week in…

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  • Behind the Scenes at the Democratic Convention's Lost and Found

    In a tiny office hidden in a back corner of the Democratic National Convention's arena is the lost and found. The man who runs it has been working there nearly 20 years, but he said it’s a group effort to make sure items lost at the Wells Fargo Center are returned. “People are always grateful,…

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  • Hillary Clinton Makes History Accepting Democratic Nomination

    Hillary Clinton has accepted the Democratic party's presidential nomination Thursday night in Philadelphia, making history as the first woman to be chosen to run for the highest office in the land by a major party in the United States. "Today, we've reached a milestone in our nation's march toward…

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  • Delegates Hold Up ‘Liar’ Signs and Chant ‘No More War’ During DNC

    Across the Wells Fargo Center, many Sanders' delegates also wore neon yellow, glow-in-the-dark t-shirts with the words, "Enough is Enough" written on them. However, Sanders delegates received a text message from the Sanders organization asking them to be respectful throughout the evening. "On…

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  • Dress Deja Vu: Joyce Beatty's DNC Dress Looks Awfully Similar to Melania Trump's RNC Dress

    Did Ohio Congresswoman Joyce Beatty make a fashion faux-pas at the Democratic National Convention Thursday night?According to the unforgiving Twittersphere, she did: Beatty wore a dress that seems strikingly similar to the $2,190 dress style-savvy Trump, 46, wore last week to the Republican…

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  • Chelsea Clinton Says Her Mother 'Never Forgets Who She's Fighting For'

    "I'm here as a proud American, a proud Democrat, a proud mother, and a very, very proud daughter," Chelsea Clinton began in her endorsement of her mother. Her father, President Bill Clinton, could be seen focusing on the speech intently while she spoke. Chelsea Clinton, 36, is remembered as being…

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