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  • Vanessa Williams Shows Off Her Wedding Dress

    While choosing her wedding gown, Vanessa Williams knew she wanted to pay homage to her relationship with Jim Skrip, whom she met in Egypt. On July 4, Williams and Skrip, both 52, said "I do" in Buffalo, the groom's hometown. It's also the city from which Williams' mother hails — and a place that…

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  • Grizzly Bear Smashes Glass Window at Minnesota Zoo

    Bear-proof glass was put to the test Monday at the Minnesota Zoo.It failed.One of the five layers of glass at the grizzly bear exhibit at the zoo in Apple Valley, Minnesota, broke yesterday morning when a bear smashed it with a rock, an official told ABC News today.Grizzly Bear Can't Tear Itself…

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  • Ryan Reynolds on What Freaks Him Out About Being Father

    The new movie "Self/Less" stars Reynolds as a man facing death and using the body of a younger man to stay alive, even if he doesn't know it. "And I'm like, 'Helen, you're Helen f----- Mirren!'" he said.

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  • 'The Bachelorette' Recap: Shawn B. Finds Out About Kaitlyn's Night With Nick

    On Monday night on ABC's "The Bachelorette," Kaitlyn Bristowe confessed to Shawn B. that she slept with Nick Viall -- and he didn't take the news too well. Though Shawn remained committed to his relationship with Kaitlyn, he also couldn't get the Nick situation off his mind. Kaitlyn's adventures…

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  • The #DontJudgeChallenge: Teens Protest Body Shaming Through Hashtag

    “Essentially the idea was, ‘This is not what I really look like, but you judged me,’” Dr. Kavita Ajmere, a child and adolescent psychologist, told ABC News. “You’re making it seem like people who wear glasses, who have acne, who don’t have good eyebrows are ugly and unattractive.

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  • Twitter Wants to Celebrate Your Birthday

    Twitter wants to celebrate your birthday -- if you're so inclined to let the world know it's your big day. Giving up an extra piece of information can make you more valuable to advertisers or potentially be used by scammers to gather more information about you, Robert Siciliano, an online safety…

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  • Georgia Woman Adopts Dying Dog, Brings Him On Final Adventures

    Nicole Elliot said she immediately knew she wanted to adopt Chester, a senior rescue dog who suffering from terminal cancer, and bring him on an exciting journey that would make the most of the time he has left on earth. Elliot, who has a passion for rescuing animals, said she found Chester's…

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  • 1 Dead, 5 Injured in Washington State Ice Cave Collapse

    An ice cave partially collapsed Monday in Washington state, killing one person and injuring five others, authorities said.The collapse happened at about 5 p.m. at the Big Four Ice Caves, located in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest east of Seattle.Woman Shot and Killed While Walking in…

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  • UN Chief Calls for Inquiry Into Mysterious Dag Hammarskjold Plane Crash

    United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes further investigation is necessary to uncover the truth behind a 1961 plane crash in which Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold and 15 others died. But Ban said in a letter to the U.N. General Assembly circulated Monday that an independent review…

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  • Evangeline Lilly: Paul Rudd ‘Fricking Sexy’ In ‘Ant-Man’

    Actor Paul Rudd is playing a tiny hero in a Marvel universe big screen reboot of “Ant-Man,” and one of the film’s stars says he’ll make a big impact, especially on the female audience. “Lost” alum Evangeline Lilly, who plays the film’s Hope Van Dyne, was one of several stars who chatted with ABC…

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  • Champion Female Soccer Players Make Far Less Money Than Male Players

    More than 25 million people watched the U.S. women’s national soccer team earn their third FIFA Women’s World Cup title on Sunday. The U.S. has more Women’s World Cup titles than any other country, and Sunday’s final -- a 5-2 defeat of Japan -- was the most-viewed soccer game in U.S. history. As…

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  • Woman Shot and Killed While Walking in Hollywood, Motive Unclear

    A gunman shot and killed a woman in Hollywood, and the shooter’s motive remains unclear, authorities said.The shooting happened after 10 p.m. Sunday near Sunset Boulevard.The LAPD’s West Bureau Homicide division identified the victim in a media release as Carrie Jean Melvin, 30. Melvin was with her…

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  • Victims Confront Doctor Who Mistreated Cancer Patients at Sentencing

    Scores of former patients as well as their families showed up in court Monday to come face-to-face with the oncologist who pleaded guilty to mistreating cancer patients, giving treatment to those who didn't need it and bilking the government of millions in false Medicare claims. Dr. Farid Fata…

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  • 5 Things to Know This Morning

    In 2009, Peter Bilello came up with a fun idea: He and his wife would each sign a dollar bill. Embattled TV superstar Bill Cosby admitted to giving a woman Quaaludes and said that he obtained the drugs with the idea that he would give them to women he wanted to have sex with, according to court…

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  • Bill Cosby Admits to Giving Quaaludes to Woman, Seeking the Drug for Others, Court Documents Say

    Embattled TV superstar Bill Cosby admitted to giving a woman Quaaludes and said that he obtained the drugs with the idea that he would give them to women he wanted to have sex with, according to court filings released Monday.

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  • Amanda Peterson, Star of 'Can't Buy Me Love,' Dies at 43

    Amanda Peterson, the star of "Can't Buy Me Love," has died at 43, her mother told ABC News. Police in Greeley, Colorado, said Peterson was found dead in an apartment complex and was alone, according to the Associated Press. However, Peterson is best known for playing popular high school student…

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  • Malala Yousafzai Calls on World Leaders to Invest in Books, Not Bullets

    Education activist Malala Yousafzai is calling on world leaders to invest in books, not bullets. Speaking at the Oslo Education Summit in Oslo, Norway, the 17-year-old Nobel Laureate declared that every child deserves access to 12 years of free education. “The poorest girls get just three years…

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