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  • A Look Back at Anthony Weiner's Sexting Scandals

    News of Huma Abedin's intention to leave Anthony Weiner came quickly on Monday, after yet another lurid photo -- allegedly sent by the former congressmen to a female companion -- became public. But scandals have dogged Weiner and dragged his wife, an aide to democratic presidential candidate…

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  • Pentagon Calls on Turkey to Stop Fighting Kurds

    The Pentagon is calling on Turkey and its Syrian rebel allies to stop fighting America’s Syrian Kurdish allies in northern Syrian because it is taking attention away from the fight against ISIS. The United States has called on Turkey to “stay focused on the fight against ISIL and not to engage…

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  • How Violence in Chicago Compares to Other Cities

    The killing of NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin Nykea Aldridge, who was caught in crossfire as she walked her newborn on Chicago's South Side, has brought more attention to the widespread violence in the Midwest's largest city. The statistics on such slayings in Chicago are staggering. The nation's…

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  • Fired Manager Corey Lewandowski Still Involved in Donald Trump Campaign

    As Donald Trump arrived in Manchester, New Hampshire, for a rally a week ago, he stepped out of his motorcade and was greeted by a familiar face: Corey Lewandowski. Lewandowski had been fired in late-June after serving as Trump’s first campaign manager. Given the internal fighting, Trump’s losing…

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  • Gene Wilder Dies at 83: Late Actor's Best 5 Roles

    This 1974 Western satire directed by Mel Brooks features Wilder as Jim, the "Waco Kid" in a town that gets its first black sheriff. In this 1971 classic, Wilder transforms into the iconic character of Willy Wonka, whose quotes and quirks have continued to puzzle and inspire people who watch the…

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  • White House Objects to NFL QB Colin Kaepernick's Protest of 'Star-Spangled Banner'

    The White House today called NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s protest of “The Star-Spangled Banner” “objectionable,” but defended his constitutional right to demonstrate. Prior to San Francisco’s Friday night preseason loss to the Green Bay Packers, the 49ers’ player remained seated between two…

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  • Generic EpiPen Could Still Be Costly for Families

    The pharmaceutical company criticized for increasing the price of the EpiPen announced today that it will create a generic version of the emergency allergy treatment that will cost about $300 for a pack of two injectors and will be available within a few weeks. Mylan Pharmaceuticals' EpiPen, by…

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  • Feds Clear Commercial Drones for Takeoff: What You Need to Know

    A new era took flight today as the Federal Aviation Administration introduced new rules for commercial drone use.No longer do businesses need to be granted special permission from regulators on a case-by-case basis. In the next year, the FAA estimates that more than 600,000 commercial drones will…

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  • Celebrities Take to Social Media to Express Condolences After Gene Wilder's Death

    Celebrities have taken to social media following the death of comedic actor Gene Wilder. The two-time Oscar-nominated actor, known for his roles in "The Producers," "Blazing Saddles" and "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory," died today in his Connecticut home, his family confirmed to ABC News. …

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  • Tropical Depression 9 Takes Aim at Florida

    A tropical depression has taken aim at Florida and is expected to become a tropical storm by tonight, bringing heavy rain to the Sunshine State over the next few days. Tropical Depression 9 has brought torrential rains over West Cuba, according to the National Hurricane Center. The tropical…

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  • Brothers Arrested for Murder of Dwyane Wade's Cousin in Chicago Appear in Court

    Two brothers accused of murdering Nykea Aldridge, a cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade, appeared in court today. The suspects, 26-year-old Darwin Sorrells Jr. and 22-year-old Derren Sorrells, appeared in Cook County Court in tan prison garb today in proceedings that lasted less than two minutes. The…

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  • Drake and Rihanna: A History of Their Relationship

    Drake and Rihanna sent their fans into a frenzy Sunday night when he presented her with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award and not only declared his love for her but sealed it with a kiss."She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old," Drake, 29, told the crowd. "She's one of…

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  • What to Expect From Donald Trump's 'Major' Immigration Speech

    Donald Trump has been talking about his immigration plans for weeks and now he's teasing a "major speech" he'll be giving on the topic this week. Not much is known about his plans for the immigration speech besides what he posted on Twitter last night. The speech comes after Trump and his…

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  • NJ Transit Cop Risks Life to Save Man on Train Tracks in Shocking Video

    After he jumped onto the tracks to rescue a man while a train headed towards them, a veteran New Jersey Transit cop is being praised by police for putting his life on the line. NJ Transit Police Officer Victor Ortiz usually works the overnight shift, ending at 7 a.m. But he happened to be working…

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  • Taylor Swift Reports for Jury Duty in Nashville

    While the rest of the music world was at the VMAs, Taylor Swift was gearing up to perform her civic duty.Swift reported for jury duty in Nashville, Tennessee, today, ABC News has confirmed. She did not attend the awards show Sunday night.The singer's courthouse appearance was certainly a pleasant…

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  • Why Parents Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids, According to New Study

    The belief that vaccines cause autism -- which has been debunked by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among others -- is no longer the primary reason parents are refusing vaccines for their children, according to a new study today from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). …

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  • Dad Spoofs Jason Bourne With Hilarious (Baby) 'Bjorn Identity' Video

    David Freiheit, of Montreal, Canada, is taking parenting to the next level by spoofing the Jason Bourne movies with his hilarious new video called "The Bjorn Identities."The hardcore dad uses relatable parenting puns while wearing his Baby Bjorn carrier to emulate the elusive crime fighter Jason…

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