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  • TSA Explosives Detection Dog Named After 9/11 Hero Retires After 6 Years of Service at JFK Airport

    For the past six years, Ssiller the dog devoted his life to keeping the public safe as an explosives detection canine for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at John F. Kennedy International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the world. The 7-year-old black Labrador retriever --…

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  • Kate Hudson on Finding Inspiration From Kurt Russell in 'Deepwater Horizon'

    Kate Hudson said she felt the added pressure in “Deepwater Horizon” of playing the real-life wife of one of the survivors of the 2010 BP oil rig explosion. Hudson, 37, plays Felicia Williams in "Deepwater Horizon." Williams is the wife of Mike Williams, portrayed by Mark Wahlberg, one of the very…

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  • 2 Students, 1 Teacher Hurt in South Carolina Elementary School Shooting

    Two students and a teacher have been injured in a shooting at a South Carolina elementary school, according to police. The suspected shooter, a teenager, is in custody, police said.A female teacher at Townville Elementary School was taken to AnMed Health Medical Center, according to the Anderson…

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  • Black Man Shot and Killed by Police in California, Sparking Protests

    Protests have erupted in El Cajon, California, after police shot and killed an unidentified black man there Tuesday afternoon. The El Cajon Police Department said in a press release Tuesday that it received a 911 call from the man's sister, saying her brother was "not acting like himself."…

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  • NYC Bomb Investigation: FBI IDs Men With Suitcase, Officials Say

    The FBI has identified the two men seen on surveillance camera taking a suitcase that had held one of the explosive devices that failed to detonate earlier this month in Manhattan, according to law enforcement officials. Authorities had previously said the men were not considered suspects in the…

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow Celebrates 44th Birthday Without Makeup

    The Oscar winner and Goop founder posted a make-up-free selfie on Tuesday, writing, "#nomakeup for my 44th birthday, embracing my past and future. Despite developing make-up products with Juice Beauty and recently introducing her Goop skin-care line, Paltrow generally eschews makeup, especially…

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  • Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado 'Very Worried' About a Trump Presidency

    It's been 20 years since Alicia Machado was crowned Miss Universe. Now the former beauty queen has become a part of the U.S. presidential campaign after her experience with Donald Trump was brought up in Monday's presidential debate. Machado was 19 years old when she won the Miss Universe contest…

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  • CPSC Issues Warning After Reports Some Samsung Washing Machines Exploded

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has issued a warning about certain top-loading Samsung washing machines after reports that some exploded, ABC News has learned exclusively. The agency said it is working with Samsung on a remedy to fix the issue, which apparently affects some…

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  • Home Used in 'Mrs. Doubtfire' on Sale for $4.45 Million

    Almost 25 years after "Mrs. Doubtfire" was filmed, the home used in the famed Robin Williams comedy is on the market for $4.45 million.The 4-bedroom, 3,300-square foot home, located in San Francisco, was used by Williams' character, Mrs. Doubtfire, so that he could be close to his kids during a…

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  • NYC Bombing Suspect's Mother, Brother Detained in Afghanistan, Father Says

    The father of New York and New Jersey bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami told ABC News that his wife and one of his other sons have been detained in Afghanistan, after being pulled off a flight in Dubai and questioned for 16 hours by authorities there. In his first in-depth broadcast interview, Mohammad…

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  • Stevie Wonder's 'Songs in the Key of Life' Celebrates 40th Anniversary

    One of Stevie Wonder's most celebrated albums, "Songs in the Key of Life," turns 40 years old today. In October 1976, "Songs in the Key of Life" shot to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and spent a total of 82 weeks on the chart. "Songs in the Key of Life" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in…

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  • Giving Back While Getting Away: 3 Volunteer Vacation Trends

    There's a lot of appeal in the idea of a volunteer vacation: giving back while getting away, getting to know the "real" people of a the place you're visiting and using your skills to help others. But volunteer vacations are being questioned on how much good they actually do the local population,…

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  • Courteney Cox Says Brad Pitt Divorce 'Not About' Aniston

    Jennifer Aniston's former "Friends" co-star Courteney Cox is the latest to speak up about the internet's obsession with Aniston and her former husband, Brad Pitt. Last week, Angelia Jolie, 41, filed for divorce from Pitt and the Aniston jokes quickly took over social media, but the actress has…

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  • Prince William and Princess Kate Enjoy a Date Night in Canada

    Prince William and Princess Kate enjoyed a rare, kids-free date night Tuesday with a stay at the Coast High Country Inn in Whitehorse, Canada. Earlier in the day, William and Kate, both 34, revisited their school days when they toured the University of British Columbia Okanagan and watched an…

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  • Views on Race and Gender Mark Stark Divide Between Clinton, Trump Supporters (POLL)

    The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, mainly released Sunday, finds that majorities of Hillary Clinton’s supporters believe minorities and women have too little influence in American society, while half say men and whites have too much influence. For all his outsider appeal, Donald Trump’s…

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  • Father: Before NYC Bombing, Suspect Became Secretive, Changed Locks on Door

    Just a few months before two explosive devices went off in New York and New Jersey, bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami became increasingly secretive around his family and went as far as changing the locks on his bedroom door to keep people out, according to Rahami's father. "Nobody can go in," the…

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