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  • Brad Pitt Explains His Facial Injury

    Brad Pitt is often regarded as one of Hollywood's most handsome leading men.So, when he appeared at an event over the weekend with a bruise on his face, many wondered what could have happened."This is what happens when you try to run up steps in the dark, with your arms full, wearing flip flops,"…

    Good Morning America15 mins ago
  • I Love My Toddler, but I Really Don’t Like Him

    (Editor's note: This article originally appeared on Babble.com. It has been reprinted here with permission. The Walt Disney Co. is the parent company of both ABC News and Babble.)I’m not supposed to say this. I’m not supposed to admit it. I love my son, with the still-startling love of a newborn…

    Good Morning America17 mins ago
  • Nepal Earthquake: Americans Stuck as Death Toll Rises

    Hundreds of American citizens remain in Nepal, with many of them sheltering in compounds and others trying to leave amid fear and frenzy in the earthquake-ravaged country. The death toll from the 7.8-magnitude earthquake and aftershocks rose above 4,000 today, according to officials. Many streets…

    Good Morning America19 mins ago
  • Bruce Jenner's Children Discuss Pain of Father's Absence, Forgiveness

    “Us missing, you know, a time of our lives is still probably the hardest thing for us to deal with,” Brandon Jenner said. Bruce Jenner admitted that he was too often absent from his children’s lives during the 1980s, a period of depression and isolation as he faced an identity crisis. “In seeing…

    Good Morning America32 mins ago
  • Bruce Jenner on Being Transgender: ‘Life Is Much More Difficult Than Running a Decathlon’

    In a previously unseen exchange between ABC News’ Diane Sawyer and Bruce Jenner during an interview about his revelation that he considers himself a woman, the former Olympian likened his coming out to winning the 1976 Olympic decathlon.

    Good Morning America32 mins ago
  • Nepal Earthquake Rescue Teams En Route in Wake of Devastation

    Rescue crews from around the globe are headed to Nepal in the race to provide disaster relief and pull survivors still beneath the rubble in the wake of Saturday's earthquake that toppled temples, triggered a Mt. Everest avalanche and devastated the capital of Kathmandu. The U.S. government is…

    Good Morning America33 mins ago
  • Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Share 'Biggest Gift'

    The new dads shared the first photo of their daughter, Poppy Brent-Berkus, on Instagram Sunday. Our daughter continues to be the biggest gift, the most spectacular teacher," Brent, Rachel Zoe's former assistant wrote alongside the photo. "Jeremiah & I are thrilled to announce the arrival of our…

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  • Charlie White and Tanith Belbin Are Married

    Olympian and former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Charlie White married his love Tanith Belbin this weekend. The couple were wed on Saturday night in Michigan in front of 130 friends and family, the couple told People magazine. The venue was, in fact, close to the ice skating rink where the…

    Good Morning America48 mins ago
  • Nepal Earthquake Prompts Google, Facebook Tools to Reunite Loved Ones

    Following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Nepal, Google and Facebook are using their tremendous reach to help reunite people around the world with loved ones in the disaster zone. On the other end, it allows people around the world to search the records for information about someone they…

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  • Nepal Earthquake: For Climbers on Mount Everest, a Terrifying Tragedy

    Nick Cienski considers himself fortunate. He was on Mount Everest with his team when a massive earthquake -- and avalanche -- hit.

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  • Woman Finds 3.69-Carat White Diamond at Arkansas State Park, Names It ‘Hallelujah Diamond’

    Susie Clark and her husband spent days hunting diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, and on the last day she said a prayer. “Are you going to bless me and let me find a diamond today?” Clark, from Evening Shade, Arkansas, prayed, according to a park news release. …

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  • Meet James Holmes Trial Jurors

    When the trial of James Holmes, accused of murdering 12 people and wounding 70 in an Aurora, Colorado, theater gets under way today, his fate will be decided by a jury that includes a retired Army ICU nurse, an explosions expert, and a plumber. One of the jurors used to be a victim's advocate in…

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  • Nepal Earthquake: Search for Survivors as Aftershocks Rattle Kathmandu

    Many streets in Kathmandu were impassable, filled not only with rubble but with the injured and with people unwilling to go into any building, fearing the effects of another aftershock. The death toll in Nepal from the 7.8-magnitude earthquake rose to at least 3,617 people, according to a Nepal…

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  • Nepal Earthquake: California Man Describes 'Terrifying' Shaking at Kathmandu Hotel

    California native Will Clements was in a hotel in Nepal's capital Kathmandu when the devastating earthquake struck Saturday. "It was terrifying, I've never experienced anything quite like this before," he told ABC affiliate KGTV in San Diego.

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  • Nepal Earthquake: Climbers Caught on Everest With No Way Down

    A group of U.S. climbers was caught climbing Mt. Everest when the earthquake and avalanche hit, and today found themselves with no way down. Garrett Madison of Madison Mountaineering said the group managed to make it to Camp 2 after the avalanche, but they learned that their base camp had been…

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  • Photographer Documents Aftermath of Mt. Everest Avalanche

    A photographer for an international team of climbers snapped a series of photos this morning documenting the destruction on Mt. Everest in the wake of the avalanche triggered by Nepal's massive earthquake.Elia Saikaly is the photographer for 6 Summits Challenge, an international team of climbers…

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