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  • FIFA Officials Arrested Over Alleged $150M Bribery Scheme

    In a series of overnight busts authorities arrested high-ranking FIFA officials over allegations of vast racketeering and corruption involving more than $150 million in bribes and kickbacks spanning two decades in soccer’s controversial governing body, law enforcement officials said. The…

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  • Painting 101: 'Kitchen Crashers' Host Shares Must-Have Tools

    A DIY painting project can change the look of your home but it can also get messy.On the scene to help solve your painting questions is Alison Victoria, the host of DIY Network’s “Kitchen Crashers.” Victoria appeared today on “Good Morning America” with tips on how to put together a “painting…

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  • Missouri Fisherman Reels in a Record-Setting 65-Pound Striped Bass

    A Missouri fisherman who caught a record-setting 65-pound striped bass earlier this month quickly found out he needed more than just a strong line to reel the fish in. Lawrence Dillman of Rockaway Beach, Missouri hooked the giant striped bass on Bull Shoals Lake near the Arkansas border on May 21…

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  • Man in Underpants Covers Himself With 1.1 Million Bees, Sets World Record

    Wearing only his underpants, Gao Bingguo set a new Guinness World Record after he covered himself with almost 1.1 million bees, collectively weighing 240 pounds.The 55-year-old beekeeper accomplished the feat Monday morning in Tai'an, China.Bingguo was stung more than 2,000 times and his body…

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  • 'The Bachelorette' Villain This Season Is Revealed to Be J.J. Lane

    After securing a rose on a group date, J.J. stole Kaitlyn away for a chat during the cocktail party, robbing the other men of their time with her. Telling the camera that "this isn't church camp" and, of course, "I didn't come here to make guy friends," J.J. announced that he felt good about his…

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  • Alligator Missing Top Half of Its Snout Spotted In Florida Lake

    A Florida woman discovered an alligator missing the top half of its snout in Lake Hancock in Lakeland, Florida. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FCC) in Lakeland says that such an injury is unfortunately not uncommon. "This kind of injury usually happens when alligators fight with each…

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  • Lilly Pulitzer Company Accused of Fat Shaming at Headquarters

    Lilly Pulitzer is again stirring up controversy along with it's colorful cocktail-and-dress culture, but it has nothing to do with it's Black-Friday-style team-up with Target last month. The brand's King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, headquarters was the subject of an online story and slideshow…

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  • Batman Makes Appearance on Set of 'Suicide Squad'

    With Jared Leto taking over as the Joker in the upcoming movie "Suicide Squad," the biggest question on everyone's mind was, "Will Batman make a cameo?""Suicide Squad" is set to hit theaters in August 2016. But "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is set to come out a few months prior in March,…

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  • Missing Mom Swept Away by Texas Floods Called Sister as Rain Poured Down

    A missing mother of two made a frantic phone call to her sister as deadly floodwaters inundated Texas over the holiday weekend. Julie Shields said her sister Laura McComb had been in touch with her Saturday night when the rain started pouring down in Wimberley, a river town between Austin and San…

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  • Florida Bounce House Incident Was 'Freak Act of Nature,' City Manager Says

    "The change in weather was sudden and severe," the statement from City Manager Lee Feldman said. "An intense water spout came ashore rapidly and without warning bringing forceful winds that meteorologists have estimated were between 65 and 85 miles per hour. After a waterspout came ashore on the…

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  • Details of 'Conan the Barbarian' Sequel Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger

    It's been more than 30 years since Arnold Schwarzenegger graced the screen as Conan the Barbarian, but "The Legend of Conan," a follow-up to his 1982 and 1984 cult classics, is coming! The film's writer, Chris Morgan, spoke to a Schwarzenegger fan site and spilled details of the movie that has…

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  • Students Release 72,000 Ladybugs at Maryland High School as Part of Senior Prank

    Seniors at Chopticon High School in Maryland left a mark on their school in more ways than one -- in 72,000 ways to be exact. A group decided their senior prank would be to release 72,000 ladybugs to freely roam the hallways, according to the St. Mary’s County’s Sheriff’s Office. Five suspects…

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  • Taylor Swift Says Being Pop Star Is 'Not That Hard'

    "It's not that hard, I'm telling you now it's really not," the 25-year-old Grammy winner told British radio host Nick Grimshaw, according to the BBC. "When I was starting out I'd go on tour for three months and I was gone for three months," she told Grimshaw.

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  • Girl Battles Cancer With Friend, and Mom Shares Heartwarming Photo

    A snapshot of a young cancer patient has gone viral after the girl's mother posted the picture on Facebook. Maliyah Jones is just 5 years old but as already been battling neuroblastoma for nearly three years, according to a Facebook page run by her mother, Tazz Jones. Earlier this year, Jones…

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  • How Far the Internet Revolution Has Come: Who Has Yet to Get Online

    A new report from the International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations agency, has found that by the end of this year, 3.2 billion people -- about 44 percent of the world's population -- will have used the Internet by the end of this year. "These new figures not only show the rapid…

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  • Ireland Targets Same-Sex Weddings in New Tourism Campaign

    One day after an overwhelming majority voted yes to gay marriage in a historic referendum in Ireland, a new campaign from Tourism Ireland is already targeting the LGBT community by endorsing the country as a prime place to tie the knot. The video, titled "Ireland Says I Do," promotes the most…

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  • Hudson River Kayak Mystery: Body ID'd, Fiancee Indicted for 2nd-Degree Murder, Manslaughter

    A body found in New York's Hudson River over the weekend has been identified as 46-year-old Vincent Viafore, the man who disappeared after kayaking with his fiancee last month, and indictments against the fiancee for second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter have been handed up, Orange…

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