• Justin Bieber Sued for Alleged Copyright Infringement Over 'Sorry'

    Justin Bieber has been sued by indie pop star Casey Dienel for alleged copyright infringement over the singer's hit song "Sorry," which was produced and co-written by deejay Skrillex.Dienel, who performs under the name White Hinterland, is claiming "Sorry" infringes on "her original musical…

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  • 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Lacks Focus, But Still Entertaining

    Ten years after the events of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," humans and mutants coexist -- but not exactly in peace. It begins in ancient Egypt, where we first meet our bad guy: Apocalypse. Apocalypse is a mutant with a god complex.

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  • Calvin Harris Speaks Out for the First Time Since LA Car Crash

    Calvin Harris is breaking his silence after the musician was injured in a car crash last week. Harris, whose birth name is Adam Wiles, tweeted several messages to his more than 7 million followers today.

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  • Bernie Sanders Supporters to File Emergency Injunction Against Calif. Primary, City Attorney Says

    Attorneys representing a group of Bernie Sanders supporters informed San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera Thursday night that they plan to file an "emergency request" with U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup in the city today "for a preliminary injunction" in California's June 7…

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  • Pennsylvania Campaign Seeks to End Stigma Around Disabilities Through Provocative Signs

    Those are just a sampling of signs being posted around Pennsylvania in a campaign, co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council (PDDC) and marketing firm Suasion, launched not to offend, but to destigmatize those with disabilities. The "Let's Think Again" campaign, launched…

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  • Facebook and Microsoft's Atlantic Ocean Cable Boasts Highest Capacity Ever

    Facebook and Microsoft are teaming up to lay an undersea cable system across the Atlantic Ocean that will deliver faster connections to online and cloud services from both companies. Construction of the cable, called MAREA, will begin in August, according to a statement from both companies, and is…

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  • Michael Nesmith Is 'Thrilled' With The Monkees' New Album

    Here it is! The Monkees' first studio album in 20 years was released today. "Good Times!" celebrates the band's 50th anniversary and features new contributions from surviving members Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork.

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  • Zika Fears Prompt 125 Public Health Experts to Call for Olympics to Be Moved From Rio

    A group of 125 prominent scientists, doctors and medical ethicists released a letter calling for this summer's Olympic Games to be postponed or moved from Rio de Janeiro due to the ongoing Zika virus outbreak in Brazil. In a letter directed to World Health Organization Director Dr. Margaret Chan,…

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  • TSA Faces Daunting Task This Memorial Day Weekend

    While holiday travelers enjoy their time off this Memorial Day weekend, crowding highways and airports across the country, aviation security will be put to the test. The Transportation Security Administration, an agency that has come under fire from lawmakers and the general public for its…

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  • 107-Year-Old Woman Who Visited the White House Crosses First MLB Game Off Bucket List

    The 107-year-old woman who stole the Internet's heart when she visited the White House is at it again. Virginia McLaurin met Barack and Michelle Obama at the White House in February after her campaign to meet the president went viral. ...

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  • The Graduation Speech Harvard Is Calling 'The Most Powerful' You’ll Ever Hear

    Donovan Livingston, a master's graduate at the university, was chosen by a committee of faculty, staff and students to speak at the School of Education's convocation on Wednesday, a rep for Harvard told ABC News. In the fall, he plans to attend the University of North Carolina to obtain his Ph.D.

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  • How to Tell If Your Kid Might Be Addicted to the Cellphone

    Kids who’re overly attached to their phones, possibly crossing the line into addiction, can be a problem for many families. Jason Clark, 15, of Little Rock, Arkansas, is no different. His mom, Tomika Clark, said there are days her son will spend eight or even 12 hours on the phone morning, noon…

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  • 19 Rescued After Flash Flood Traps Them in Kentucky Cave, Officials Say

    Around 10 a.m., 19 Clemson University students entered the cave on a guided tour with four tour guides, said B.J. Eaton, Public Affairs Officer for the Kentucky State Police in Bowling Green. Afternoon thunderstorms around 2 p.m. produced flash flooding, which caused rising water to cut off…

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  • Anne Hathaway on Her Adventures in Motherhood, ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’

    Anne Hathaway gave birth to her first child, a boy, just two months ago but has already quickly learned what an adventure being a parent can be. Hathaway revealed in an interview that aired today on “Good Morning America” that she has not seen the first 20 minutes of her new adventure fantasy…

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  • Memorial Day Deals 2016: The Biggest Bargains of the Weekend

    Memorial Day has become the unofficial start of summer. The entire weekend is also a big one for sales.“GMA”’s Becky Worley has a roundup of the best bargains of the weekend.The DealsAIR CONDITIONERS, GRILLS, CAMPING GEARWalmart: $76 off a Frigidaire window unit.Home Depot: Get 25 percent off…

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  • Mom Writes Message to Stranger Who Disciplined Her Child on the Playground

    One mom’s blog post is drawing tons of Internet buzz after she thanked a stranger for disciplining her son at the playground.“My guess is when that mom told my son to knock it off, that might not have been an easy decision to make,” Karen Alpert of Chicago told ABC News. “Most moms are biting their…

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  • President Obama Urges 'Moral Awakening' During His Historic Visit to Hiroshima

    "Seventy-one years ago, on a bright, cloudless morning, death fell from the sky and the world was changed," President Obama began, imagining the horror of Aug. 6, 1945. After laying a wreath at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Obama mourned the Japanese, Korean and U.S. victims of the world's first…

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  • Body-Camera Footage Shows Moments Before Police Fatally Shoot Unarmed Father of 2

    A judge has released portions of a former police officer's heavily redacted body-camera footage showing the moments leading up to a deadly police-involved shooting at a Mesa, Arizona, hotel. Daniel Shaver, a 26-year-old father of two, was staying at the La Quinta Inn & Suites in January on a work…

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  • Hundreds Evacuate Korean Air Jet After Engine Catches Fire

    Hundreds of passengers onboard a Korean Air flight at Tokyo's Haneda Airport were forced to evacuate onto the tarmac Friday after one of the Boeing 777-300's engines caught fire, the airline said. The takeoff was immediately canceled, Korean Air said. All passengers were immediately deployed…

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  • Reigning 'Jeopardy' Champion Buzzy Cohen Divides Social Media

    Buzzy Cohen, the nine-day reigning champ, has already earned $164,000 and is showing it off in a way never seen before on the show. He felt comfortable enough at one point to pass up prize money in “Final Jeopardy,” wagering $0 just to make a joke. Alex Trebek is the “Jeopardy” host.

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