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  • Hundreds Evacuate Korean Air Jet After Engine Catches Fire

    Hundreds of passengers onboard a Korean Air flight at Tokyo's Haneda Airport were forced to evacuate onto the tarmac Friday after one of the Boeing 777-300's engines caught fire, the airline said. Flight KE2708 was taxiing for take-off to Seoul, South Korea, when flames were detected from engine…

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  • Mars Set to Make Closest Approach to Earth in 11 Years

    If Martians exist, they'll be closer to Earth on Memorial Day than they have been in 11 years. This Monday, around 5:34 p.m. EDT, when many Americans may be enjoying a holiday barbecue, the Red Planet will be the closest it has been to Earth in more than a decade, coming within 46.8 million miles,…

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  • Bill Cosby: What's Next for His Sexual Assault Trial

    Earlier this week, Bill Cosby was ordered to stand trial in a sexual assault case brought against him last December. Andrea Constand, a former Temple University employee, has accused the comedian of drugging and assaulting her at his home in 2004. In time, a jury will hear evidence from both the…

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  • Hillary Clinton Doubles Down on Email Scandal, Saying 'It Was Allowed'

    “This report makes clear that personal email use was the practice for other secretaries of state,” Clinton told ABC News in an interview in Las Vegas, Nevada. Yesterday, a report released by the State Department’s Office of Inspector General said that Clinton shouldn't have used a private email…

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  • Construction Workers Stumble Upon 'Incredibly Rare' 19th Century Shipwreck in Boston

    A 19th century shipwreck buried underground in Boston is being excavated today after it was unearthed by chance late last week. Construction workers stumbled upon the 50-foot-long boat while beginning work on a new building in the seaport area of the city, according to Charley Leatherbee, vice…

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  • Ohio Man Shares Wife's Infertility Struggle to Encourage Other Couples Trying to Conceive

    An Ohio man detailed just how hard it was for him and his wife to conceive a child -- even suffering a miscarriage -- in an inspirational Facebook post gone viral. Dan Majesky, of Cincinnati, wrote in a lengthy heart-tugging post that he and his wife Leah tried for three years to have a baby, from…

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  • Good Samaritans Rescue 4 From Downed Navy Jets Off NC Coast

    A fishing vessel crew today rescued four survivors from two downed military aircraft off the coast of North Carolina, the Coast Guard said.The “in-air mishap” involved two Navy F/A-18 Super Hornets, officials said, and the matter is under investigation. The jets were from Strike Fighter Squadron…

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  • Dramatic Video Shows Migrants Rescued From Sinking Ship

    Dozens of migrants lost their lives today in the third deadly shipwreck in the Mediterranean in as many days, Italian authorities have reported to the International Organization for Migration (IOM). More than 500 people are believed to have been rescued today after the ship sank off the Libyan…

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  • Dolly Parton and Her Husband Carl Dean Are 'Proud' of Their 50-Year Marriage

    The entertainment icon has often told the story of how Carl Dean vowed to stay out of the spotlight after attending one music business event with his world-famous wife early in her career. In the coming days, he’ll make an exception though -- as Parton and Dean renew their vows on their golden…

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  • Make-Up Artist’s Whimsical Lip Art Was ‘Stress Reliever’ While Fighting Brain Tumor

    Jazmina Daniel is more than just a pretty face.Sure, the whimsical, elaborate, ornate lip art designs she creates are astounding, but the reason she began using her face as a canvas is even more inspirational.“In 2006 I was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which forced me to leave school,” Daniel, 24,…

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  • Mark Cuban ‘Wide Open’ to Discussing VP Spot With Clinton and Trump

    Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he is “wide open” to the possibility of becoming a vice-presidential candidate, and said he’s looking forward to discussions with both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, should they ask for a meeting. Cuban, appearing on ESPN Radio's “Capital Games” podcast,…

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  • Google Reveals the Top Misspelled Word in Every State

    Google pulled data from its search trends to reveal the top word most people have trouble spelling in each state. The result is a list that would likely make the super spellers competing in the Scripps National Spelling Bee laugh.Using search queries that began with "how to spell" and then the word…

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  • Corey Feldman Details Past Abuse by Hollywood Pedophiles

    The 44-year-old spoke to The Hollywood Reporter after Elijah Wood made some comments about pedophilia in the entertainment industry. Haim, who died in 2010 at 38 years old, was abused at the age of 11, Feldman noted. Haim's past and current drug use was detailed on the duo's reality show "The Two…

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  • French Bulldog Puppy Missing for 8 Months Is Found After Police Receive Mysterious Tip

    A French bulldog has been reunited with his family more than eight months after he was stolen from his California home in an apparent burglary, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The 6-month-old puppy named Major Ralph was taken last September when a suspect, or suspects, broke into…

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  • Donald Trump Unlikely to Pick a Woman or Minority as VP Running Mate, Campaign Chairman Says

    In an interview with The Huffington Post, Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort offered some insight into how the presumptive Republican nominee might pick his campaign partner. Manafort said that selecting a woman or minority, which some have suggested as a way for Trump to strengthen ties to…

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  • Girl Scouts Build Magical Backyard Playhouse for Little Girl Who Got a Heart Transplant

    Hannah Mae Campbell is an outgoing, spunky and imaginative little girl who is having the time of her life playing outside in the brand new playhouse of her dreams that a generous local Girl Scout troop built in her backyard earlier this month. The reason it’s so special to her, however, is because…

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  • Isaac H. Wright, aka Bran Stark, Pays Tribute to Beloved Pal Hodor

    Last night, Bran himself, Isaac H. Wright, paid sweet homage to the late character with a tribute on his Twitter page. "Even though Hodor may be gone, @KristianNairn isn't getting away from me that easy...#HoldTheDoor #GameofThrones," Wright tweeted on Wednesday.

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  • The Spelling Bee's 'Crying Couch' Is a Place to Be Comforted and to Reflect

    Off stage, away from the lights and crowds at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, sits a gray couch and a small box of tissues. While about 285 kids from across the country compete at the national competition, only one takes home the gold trophy. Once contestants lose, they are escorted by…

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  • Marine Surprises His Mom at School After 2 Years Apart

    A U.S. Marine sergeant who spent the past three years stationed in Japan surprised his mom at her elementary school by seeing her in person for the first time in two years. “It was a moment I’ll remember forever and always,” Paula Riggs told ABC News. Riggs, a third-grade teacher at Schrader…

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  • A History of Peter Thiel's Feud With Gawker

    The website published a sex tape involving Hogan, whose real name Terry Bollea, and the then-wife of Hogan's close friend Todd Clem. Thiel has also been the target of past Gawker reports. “It’s less about revenge and more about specific deterrence,” Thiel told The New York Times.

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