• Corpse Flowers in DC, New York Set to Release 'Stench of Rotting Flesh' Soon

    An odor comparable "to the stench of rotting flesh" will soon be released at the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) in New York City and the United States Botanical Garden (USBG) in Washington, D.C., sometime this week, when corpse flowers at both locations are expected to fully bloom. Despite the…

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  • Ed Hartwell Files for Divorce From Keshia Knight Pulliam Days After She Announces Pregnancy

    Former NFL player Ed Hartwell and Keshia Knight Pulliam have split just days after announcing that they are expecting a child together. According to court documents obtained by ABC News, Hartwell filed for divorce Monday, claiming the marriage is irretrievably broken with no possibility of…

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  • Attackers Who Killed Priest at Church in France 'Claimed Allegiance to ISIS,' Hollande Says

    The attackers who killed a priest at a church in France this morning were "terrorists who claimed allegiance to ISIS," French President Francois Hollande said. Hollande said the terrorists want to “divide us” and said the attack targeted not just Catholics but all of France.

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  • 'Mothers of the Movement' Speak Out on Democratic National Convention Speech

    Seven mothers united in grief over losing their children to gun violence and police brutality will put their message in the spotlight tonight when they deliver a speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

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  • Teen Who Survived Lightning Strike While Playing 'Pokemon Go' Speaks Out

    Cameron Poimboeuf, 15, was with a friend on Sand Key Beach, near Clearwater, on July 19, when a storm rolled in as the pair were engrossed in Pokemon Go, the location-based game app. “It was just really dark, I was on my phone and everything went black,” Poimboeuf, of Charlotte, North Carolina,…

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  • 5 Things to Watch for Day 2 of DNC

    Big name political stars — including Hillary Clinton’s former rival Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and first lady Michelle Obama — took the stage Monday, but it was the action on the floor that created the most fireworks. The Democratic convention did not get off to a smooth start on…

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  • 'Election Cycle' Smackdown: Brawl Under the Bridge

    As I biked along the train tracks of Homestead, Pennsylvania, I heard a crowd cheering beneath the High Level Bridge. Earlier in the day, I had spoken to a local bar owner named Jerry who recommended that I check out an event taking place there. Unlike the Republican and Democratic Conventions,…

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  • 'Election Cycle': A Journey Across America From the Republican Convention to the Democratic Convention

    ABC News' Michael Koenigs is cycling 500 miles from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Along the way, he’ll be interviewing politicians, pundits and voters about the major issues of the 2016 election. Unlike at the RNC and DNC,…

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  • Mike Pence Criticizes Democrats for Not Naming ISIS at the Democratic National Convention

    While addressing thousands of Veterans of Foreign Wars members today, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence criticized Democrats for not naming ISIS at the Democratic National Convention last night. “It is extraordinary to think that yesterday in Philadelphia 61 speakers came to the…

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  • Truck Overturns, Spills 10,000 lbs of Salmon Onto Alaska Highway

    A truck carrying a load of seafood overturned and spilled salmon across a busy highway in Juneau, Alaska, according to police. "Egan Drive blocked by about 10,000 pounds of Chum Salmon," Juneau police said in a Facebook post Monday evening. Police said the inbound traffic on the highway was…

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  • How Sisters Mara Schiavocampo and Pia Schiavo-Campo Arrived at Body Image Acceptance

    ABC News correspondent Mara Schiavocampo and her sister Pia Schiavo-Campo arrived at their goals through different methods. The two women appeared on “GMA” on Monday to discuss how they found happiness by pursuing their own fitness goals: Mara lost 90 pounds through diet and exercise, as…

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  • Shannen Doherty Writes About 'Impossibly Tough Day' Dealing With Cancer

    Actress Shannen Doherty continues to document her ongoing cancer battle on Facebook, sending a message of thanks yesterday to family and friends."Thank you to these three who helped me thru an impossibly tough day and continue to be there every minute supporting and loving me," she wrote, along…

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  • New Christina Grimmie Videos Will Be Released Next Month

    Christina Grimmie's music will be celebrated next month with the release of some new music videos. Her manager on Monday announced via the late "Voice" singer's Twitter account that a music video for each of the four songs on Grimmie's 2016 EP "Side A" will be released in August and early…

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  • FULL TEXT: Michelle Obama's 2016 Democratic National Convention Speech

    No, this election, and every election, is about who will have the power to shape our children for the next four or eight years of their lives. See, I trust Hillary to lead this country because I’ve seen her lifelong devotion to our nation’s children –- not just her own daughter, who she has raised…

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  • 'The Bachelorette' Recap: JoJo Picks Her Final Two

    The lucky finalists are Jordan and Robby. Luke and Chase were both eliminated, with Chase's goodbye being particularly tense. The episode began where last week's left off: with an emotional JoJo wondering what she was going to do after Luke surprised her by pulling her aside right before the rose…

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  • Inside Look at 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child'

    ABC News’ Juju Chang got insight into the story with Arthur A. Levine, the editor responsible for bringing the Harry Potter book franchise to America. “The Cursed Child” picks up where the epilogue of J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” -- the seventh novel in the series,…

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  • 'The Bachelorette': Chase McNary Explains His Angry Reaction to Getting Eliminated

    JoJo Fletcher figured out in the fantasy suite that she didn't reciprocate Chase McNary's feelings.However, after she told him as much, he reacted angrily, stormed out of the room and cracked a beer as he got into the waiting vehicle.It's a response that he came to regret, he explained."I think…

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  • Clinton Campaign Manager: Prospect of More DNC Emails Being Released Was ‘Concerning’

    Mook was responding to a question this morning regarding the email hack from WikiLeaks that showed that several staff members of the Democratic National Committee were biased against Sen. Bernie Sanders during the campaign primary. Michael Buratowski, a cyber analyst with the firm that…

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  • 'Incredible Speech by an Incredible Woman': Obama's Tweet Praising FLOTUS Goes Viral

    First Lady Michelle Obama's speech before the Democratic National Convention brought raucous cheers in Philadelphia but also received praise from a special admirer all the way over on Pennsylvania Avenue.President Obama hailed his wife's speech as "incredible" just minutes after Mrs. Obama spoke…

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  • DNC Hack Prompts Questions About Trump's Ties to Russia

    The massive email hack on the Democratic National Committee, purportedly by Russian government agents, has drawn new and unwanted attention to longstanding ties between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Russian business interests. “The hack at least seems to have come from Russian…

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