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  • Eating Grill Brush Bristle in Burger Lands Connecticut Woman in Surgery

    Cheryl Harrison went to MidState Medical Center in Meriden two days after eating the hamburger, and had to have emergency surgery earlier this month in order to remove the foreign object. The tiny piece of metal was less than an inch long, Dr. Aziz Benbrahim, who treated Harrison, said. “If it…

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  • Man Survives Lightning Strike to the Head During Memorial Day Weekend Outing

    A man who went on an all-terrain vehicle ride with friends over Memorial Day Weekend is now recovering from what could have been a life-threatening incident. Ryan Cross was with friends on a camping trip near Idaho City, Idaho, when they came across an unexpected storm on Sunday. "They were…

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  • Tracy Morgan Crash: Walmart Agrees to Settle Civil Lawsuit

    "Walmart did right by me and my family, and for my associates and their families. Morgan's attorney, Benedict Morelli, said: "Walmart and I worked diligently to reach this settlement for the plaintiffs and their families. "While we know there is nothing that can change what happened, Walmart has…

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  • Mystery of Lost Camera With Nepal Earthquake Pictures Solved Using Facebook

    A hiker who found a camera that had been lost on a remote trail on a Washington state mountain embarked on a new journey to find its owner. Part of the urgency in returning the camera to the rightful owner was that it contained photos showing the rubble on the streets of Nepal after one of the…

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  • The One Heartbreaking Way Motherhood Can Be Just Like Middle School

    You’d think such inconsequential things would leave us behind in middle school but, unfortunately, it’s one of those silly, yet undeniable things that follow us into adulthood. Every weekend at least one of my friends cracks a joke about “FOMO,” the humorous acronym for that feeling we all get but…

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  • FIFA Officials Arrested Over Alleged ‘Rampant, Systematic’ $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. In all, 14…

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  • MIT-Bound California Triplets Made 'Incredible Sacrifices'

    Claire, Christopher and Edward Goul were all accepted into the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and will start their college careers in the fall. “From an early age, they showed a real interest in learning about math and science,” their father, Richard Goul, told ABC News. The 18-year-old…

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  • Rivals Go Whole Hog to Promote Trenton's Pork Roll Heritage

    It's a modern-day tale of two competing pork roll festivals.

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  • ABC’s Linzie Janis and John Ferracane Wed in Jamaica

    ABC News correspondent Linzie Janis and “Good Morning America” senior broadcast producer John Ferracane are married. The couple wed Thursday night on the beach at Round Hill Resort and Villas in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

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  • Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris Step Out In NYC -- What We Know About Their Relationship

    After being photographed together at a Brit Awards party in February, Swift and Harris, 31, were seen cuddling at a concert in Nashville in late March, leading some to speculate that they were dating. Shortly thereafter, Harris posted photos of Swift's two cats on Instagram, sending her fans into…

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  • 103-Year-Old Twins Die Within Weeks of Each Other

    Twin sisters Florence Davies and Glenys Thomas, both 103, have died within weeks of each other at their home care center in the United Kingdom. "It was a huge privilege for all of us at Abermill to care for two such wonderful ladies," said Christine Tipper, Abermill Care Home's deputy manager. A…

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  • Roux the 'Bunny Cat' Doesn't Let the Lack of Legs Slow Her Down

    Since joining Instagram last month, Roux the "bunny cat" has gained more than 50,000 followers. Roux has only two legs. Akey works in a veterinary clinic in New Orleans and one of their clients is an animal rescue group.

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  • The Touching Reason Why Seniors Donated Their Class Gift to Their Principal

    A New Hampshire principal battling a rare cancer was brought to tears when her senior class unanimously decided to give up their senior class trip and donate nearly $8,000 to her medical care. Courtney Vashaw, principal of the Profile school for both junior and high school students in Bethlehem,…

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  • Dennis Sheehan Dies: Was U2 Tour Manager for 30 Years

    U2's tour manager, Dennis Sheehan, died early this morning in Los Angeles. The band's tour manager for more than 30 years was found in his room at the Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood, where he was pronounced dead. The Los Angeles County Fire Department arrived on the scene around 5:40 this…

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  • Tatum O'Neal Reveals She's 'Dating Mostly Women' Now

    Tatum O'Neal, actress and famed ex-wife of tennis great John McEnroe, had a revelation in a recent interview with People magazine -- "I like women.""I definitely have been dating mostly women recently ... I'm not one or the other," the "Bad News Bears" star told the magazine.Read: Tatum O'Neal on…

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  • DC Mansion Fire Family Remembered in Detail-Filled Obituary

    Savvas Savopoulos was a CEO with a passion for side projects such as the design of a martial arts studio. His wife, Amy Savopoulos, was raised as a "citizen of the world," having grown up in a military family, and had a knack for finding four-leaf clovers. Those personal details have emerged in…

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  • FIFA Investigation: What You Need to Know

    U.S. authorities who unsealed indictments against members of FIFA, soccer's international governing body, announced today that it's "not the final chapter" of its far-reaching, global investigation. What is FIFA? FIFA recognizes six continental confederations that help govern the game around the…

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