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  • Gyrocopter Pilot Expected to Be Stopped on Way to Capitol Lawn

    The Florida mailman who flew a gyrocopter through restricted airspace and landed on the Capitol lawn last week said he expected to be stopped along the way. Doug Hughes told reporters outside his home in Ruskin, Florida, early Sunday that his flight from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to Washington,…

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  • Evacuation Order Lifted As Massive Wildfire Burns in Southern California

    Overnight weather conditions today helped contain a massive wildfire burning in a basin near a Southern California dam that had forced the evacuations of about 300 homes. The fire in the Prado Dam Flood Control Basin, which ignited about 6 p.m. local time Saturday, burned 300 acres as of this…

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  • North Carolina Man's Obituary: Don't Vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016

    Larry Darrell Upright, an “avid golfer” who loved his family, died Monday in Concord, North Carolina. "The family respectfully asks that you do not vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016," read the obituary, which ran in the local newspaper.

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  • 3 Injured in Shooting at Delaware State University Campus

    Police are looking for a gunman after three people were shot and injured at a cookout on the Delaware State University campus Saturday night.The shooting happened about 8 p.m., according to the university. The three victims were hospitalized in stable condition.The university told students to stay…

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  • ACM Awards: Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan to Host and More

    Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan are back for a third turn as co-hosts of tonight's ACM Awards, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.Instead of airing from its traditional locale in Las Vegas, this year's big anniversary show broadcasts live from the 60,000-seat AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas,…

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  • Should We Kill the Social Security Number?

    An Even Bigger Problem Than Identity Theft This Holiday Shopping Season

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  • 'Good Old Days' of Air Travel Weren't All Good, Bad Times of Today Not All Bad

    No cramped seats back in the good old days and there were a lot fewer seatmates cramping your style (and legroom). According to Bureau of Transportation Statistics for 1954, load factors averaged 57 percent, which then dropped into the 40-plus percentage range during much of the 1960s and 1970s.

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  • More Severe Storms Slam the Plains; Threat Shifting East

    Storms slowly moving through Texas early Saturday left thousands without power and caused flash flooding as they dumped large amounts of rain in several counties. The city of Pasadena, about 15 miles southeast of Houston, received 3.6 inches of rain in 30 minutes late Friday with the city of…

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  • Video Shows San Diego Cop Being Run Down With His Own Cruiser

    A San Diego police officer who got run down by his own cruiser in a terrifying scene caught on video said he believed the man accused of hitting him was going to kill him. Surveillance video of the officer being was shown in court Friday at the preliminary hearing for the man accused of being…

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  • Body Camera Captures St. Louis Police Shooting Knife-Wielding Man Who Charged Officers

    A suburban St. Louis man was killed after he charged at police officers while wielding a knife, and the shooting was captured on an officer's body camera. A woman called police late Friday and said her son, Thaddeus McCarroll, was armed with a knife and had locked her out of her house in Jennings,…

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  • Oregon Man Stops at Taco Bell Drive-Thru, Leaves With Pet Parakeet

    A Oregon man picked up more than fast food at a Taco Bell drive-thru this week -- he got a new house guest. Bill Detrick had his window down outside the restaurant in Cornelius, Oregon, Thursday when a parakeet landed on his car, according to ABC affiliate KATU-TV in Portland, Oregon. Detrick…

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  • New 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Stormtrooper Uniform Is the Main Attraction at Celebration

    Almost as soon as Imperial Stormtroopers blasted their way onto the big screen in 1977, Star Wars fans have wanted to know where and how to get their own suit of ultra-cool white armor. But now a company called Anovos is bringing classic and the new Stormtrooper armor from "Star Wars: Episode VII…

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  • Gorilla at Omaha Zoo Cracks Glass After Charging Towards Family

    Some zoo-goers were in for a surprise when a fully-grown male gorilla charged at them, cracking the glass of its exhibit in Omaha, Nebraska. Visitors at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium captured the encounter on video Thursday. The zoo said Kijito, a 24-year-old, 375-pound western lowland…

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  • Miley Cyrus, John Legend, John Mayer to Honor Legends at Rock Hall of Fame

    Some of today's biggest stars will be on hand to induct -- and perform tributes to -- the iconic musicians entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year at the hall's induction ceremony Saturday in Cleveland. Miley Cyrus, who's often spoken about her admiration for '80s rock icons Joan Jett &…

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  • Michigan Grandfather With Cancer Takes Up Uber Driving to Pay Off Home for Family

    Despite recommendations to look into hospice care, Kenneth Broskey, 69, is still working full-time as an Uber driver and real estate agent in the Detroit area. "The company will continue donating an additional $1 for every rider who uses the promo-code "UberPartnerKen," through April 20th,"…

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  • Passenger Pokes 'Loud' Snoring Seatmate With Pen, Delays Southwest Plane

    A woman was removed from a Southwest Airlines plane at a Chicago airport on Thursday afternoon after allegedly "poking" a seatmate with a pen to try and stop his snoring, airline officials said.The incident happened before the plane took off, airline officials added, saying the flight was scheduled…

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  • Chernobyl Survivor to Be Pushed in Team Hoyt Wheelchair for Boston Marathon

    Alosha O'Brien was born perfectly healthy, but after living through the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster when he was nearly 2, his body didn't grow properly, and he developed disabilities. Now 30 and living in the United States since leaving Russia, O'Brien mostly gets around with the help of…

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