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  • Chris Christie Not Ruling Out Waterboarding

    “We need to do whatever we need to do to get actionable intelligence within the Constitution,” Christie said today. But the United Nations says waterboarding qualifies as a form of torture. It was used by the CIA after the 9/11 attacks to interrogate several suspected terrorists, but President…

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  • President Obama 'Confident' US-led Coalition Has Momentum to 'Degrade and Destroy' ISIS

    A week after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet near the Syria border, President Obama continued his effort to refocus the battle against the Islamic State, while deescalating tensions between Russia and Turkey. Speaking at a news conference in Paris today, Obama said he is “confident” the…

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  • 'Giving Tuesday' Marks Day of Charity After Black Friday, Cyber Monday Sales

    Now in its fourth official year as a movement, #GivingTuesday was started by the 92nd Street Y in New York City and the United Nations Foundation with the intent of harnessing the power of social media and people around the world to encourage them to donate money or time to a group that may be in…

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  • The Top Baby Names of 2015

    What are the top baby name trends of 2015 in the United States? The answers may surprise you.Online parenting resource BabyCenter just released its findings for the top baby names of 2015, as well as some interesting trends that have risen this year that show where parents turned to for inspiration…

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  • 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice': New Clip Unmasks Batman

    Up until now, Batman has been the aggressor in all the "Dawn of Justice" clips thus far. In previous trailers, we've seen Batman fighting Superman's "army" in the desert and even the Dark Knight snapping the neck of one of Kal-El's devoted followers. Well, it looks like it is him and Superman's…

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  • Harrison Ford Says He Was Paid $1,000 a Week for 1st 'Star Wars'

    Harrison Ford is the epitome of Han Solo, the smuggler with a wise-cracking sense of humor and unmatched loyalty to his friends and family. But Ford, 73, told "Good Morning America" today that when he first went to read for the role in the original 1977 "Star Wars: A New Hope," he didn't think it…

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  • Hillary Clinton Opposed to US Combat Troops in Iraq and Syria

    "I don't think it's the smartest way to go after ISIS," Clinton said today. Clinton's position is similar to that of President Obama, who has sent U.S. Special Forces but is resistant to deploying combat troops.

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  • 1 Dead After Officer-Involved Shooting in Atlanta

    Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting after a routine traffic stop that resulted in an exchange of gunfire outside an Atlanta hotel that left one man dead Monday night. The incident began when an officer, whose identity has not been released, saw a Jeep going the wrong way down a…

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  • How to Decorate a Luxe-Looking Christmas Tree on a Budget

    Thanksgiving is a fond memory, so it’s time to take down the Turkey Day decorations and start dressing up your house for Christmas.The centerpiece to those decorations will, of course, be your Christmas tree. Clinton Kelly, co-host of ABC’s “The Chew,” appeared on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday…

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  • Brad Pitt's Best Quotes About His Family

    Although he was promoting his new movie, "By the Sea," in which he stars opposite Jolie, who also directed the film, Pitt spent much of the interview talking about their life at home with their six children -- 7-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, Shiloh, nine, Zahara, 10, Pax, 11, and Maddox, 14.

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  • Ted Cruz on Birth Control: 'We Don’t Have a Rubber Shortage in America'

    "Now, listen, I have been a conservative my entire life,” Cruz said. “I have never met anybody, any conservative, who wants to ban contraceptives. While Cruz, 44, expressed his support for access to birth control, he reiterated his opposition to abortion and attacked Democratic front-runner…

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  • Watch Baby Mesmerized by Grocery Store's Automatic Sliding Doors

    A Texas baby appeared to be in shock when he approached a set of automatic sliding doors at his local grocery store on Saturday night. Abraham Vargas caught his 21-month-old son, Azrael, yelling "Dang!" when the sleek doors slid open at a Dallas Kroger supermarket. Vargas told ABC News Azrael is…

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  • Amy Schumer Poses Semi-Nude, Talks Body Image For Pirelli Calendar Photo Shoot

    Amy Schumer is proud of her body and is showing it off in a new photo shoot.The 34-year-old comedienne posed semi-nude for the 2016 Pirelli calendar photographed by Annie Leibovitz.Today the "Inside Amy Schumer" star shared a picture from the photo shoot on her Instagram page.The black and white…

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  • Chris Christie Says Trump's Claims That 'Thousands' Cheered in NJ on 9/11 'Didn't Happen'

    “It didn’t happen and the fact is, people can say anything, but the facts are the facts, and that didn’t happen in New Jersey that day and hasn’t happened since,” Christie told reporters today at a campaign stop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Last week, Christie said he didn't recall any Muslims…

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  • Kobe Bryant Announces Retirement: Relive Some of the Top Moments From His Career

    Los Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant announced his retirement Sunday, saying this season -- his 20th in the NBA -- will be his last. The NBA legend made the announcement hours before Sunday's game, writing in a poem: "This season is all I have left to give. The Philadelphia native dominated the…

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  • Minnesota Couple Drops $500K Check Into Salvation Army Kettle

    The Twin Cities Salvation Army received the largest single donation they have ever received in the organization's iconic red kettles -- a check for an eye-popping $500,000 from a couple that once faced hard times, the Salvation Army said in a statement. The donors, a Minnesota couple that wishes…

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  • Mother of Fallen Trooper Receives Surprise When She Gets a Response From Late Son's Number

    While families all over prepare to reunite for the holiday season, Carole Adler is trying to adjust to the loss of her only son and best friend. This May, Taylor Thyfault was training with the Colorado State Patrol when he was struck on the scene of an unrelated accident by a suspect evading…

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