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Stars who started on soap operas

More than a few TV and movie stars got their start in daytime drama. Click on to find out which stars started on soap operas.

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Harrison Ford crashes small plane

Actor Harrison Ford was "banged up" and hospitalized Thursday afternoon after a 1940s aircraft he was piloting crashed during a forced landing on a golf course, his publicist said.

Drivers stranded along Kentucky interstate

Hundreds of motorists were stranded on Interstate 65 near Elizabethtown, Kentucky, and on Interstate 24 near Paducah after a snowstorm.

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Negative effects of daylight saving time

According to Mother Nature Network, there is a ton of data that points to negative effects on our bodies from the time change resulting from daylight saving time.

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Daylight saving time explained

Daylight saving time begins this weekend. What's behind the tradition of pushing our clocks ahead each spring?

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America's favorite quick-serve restaurants

A new nationwide study by Market Force Information reveals American consumers’ favorite quick-service restaurant chains in four popular food categories: pizza, Mexican fare, chicken and sandwiches. Check out who topped the list in this gallery.

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Timeline: Boston Marathon bombings

The trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev began on March 3 -- revisit a timeline of the events in the case so far.

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10 most expensive cities in the world

Is it Oslo? Maybe London? See which city tops the Economist Intelligence Unit's bi-annual list as the most expensive city in the world.

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25 surprising celebrity facts

Think you know everything about your favorite celebrity? Think again. Here are 25 surprising facts about celebrities that we bet you didn't know.

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Stars who served time behind bars

Not even fame and fortune can keep some people out of trouble. Check out some celebrities who have served out jail or prison sentences.

Netanyahu's controversial visit: What to know

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress on Tuesday and many Democrats skipped the speech. Here's a closer look at the controversy surrounding the Israeli leader's visit.

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9 foods not to eat at work

Sometimes lunch is the best part of a work day, but to make sure you don't annoy your co-workers, here is a list of fragrant foods to avoid eating at work.

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TV's all-time 30 greatest pets

Whether they were the star of the show or just part of the cast, television history is filled with animal stars who stole the spotlight from their human co-stars. Here's a look at our picks for the best 30 TV pets ever.

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Richest people on the planet 2015

A familiar face once again tops Forbes' list of the world's richest billionaires.

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10 foods that can make you grumpy

Avoid these 10 foods that can wreck your mood and turn you into a grump.

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Celebrities with March birthdays

Is your birthday in March? Take a look at celebrities with March birthdays and see who shares yours.

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Notable deaths of 2015

Take a look at the most notable deaths of 2015.

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Chinese New Year parade in Manhattan's Chinatown

Revelers march in the Chinese New Year parade in Manhattan's Chinatown on February 22, 2015 in New York City.

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Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Actor Leonard Nimoy, who played Mr. Spock on "Star Trek," died Friday at 83. Here is a look at his life.

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How much amusement parks will cost this year

Disney made waves Monday when the company announced it was raising ticket prices at its Florida and California theme parks, breaking the $100 price point for the first time. Before you toss those mouse ears aside and start planning a different vacation, take a look at how Disney's prices compare to other amusement parks.

Top Republicans speak at CPAC

The stars of the Republican Party spoke during day one of the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

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Shortest celebrity marriages

Sometimes not even celebrities can get a Hollywood ending when it comes to romance. Check out some of the shortest celebrity marriages that didn't even make it a year.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

A judge overturned Adrian Peterson's suspension from the NFL on Thursday after the running back admitted to using a switch to discipline his 4-year-old son. Here are are some other NFL players who have been in trouble with the law.

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Celebrities who lost endorsement deals

From Adrian Peterson to Paula Deen, plenty of celebrities have discovered over the years just how fickle endorsement money can be.

Net neutrality: What to know

The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor net neutrality after a debate over whether the Internet should be regulated in the same way as public utilities. Here's what you need to know about net neutrality.

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Look back: George Zimmerman verdict

Today marks the third anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death. a Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of Martin's death on July 13, 2013. Take a look at scenes from the courtroom on the day of the verdict.

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State-by-state look at marijuana laws

Washington, D.C., officially legalized marijuana use on Thursday. Take a look at which other states allow recreational and medical marijuana use.

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8 tax audit red flags

Here are eight relatively easy ways to steer clear of an audit by the Internal Revenue Service.

Greatest songs of the 1980s

Here are our choices for the 50 greatest songs of the 1980s.

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Keystone XL pipeline draws supporters and opponents

Keystone XL pipeline draws supporters and opponents

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21 states raising the minimum wage

The minimum wage is going up in 21 states in 2015. Is yours one of them?

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States without the death penalty

Check out which states have done away with capital punishment.

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Timeline of 'American Sniper' trial

Jurors found Eddie Ray Routh guilty of capital murder in the deaths of Chris Kyle, author of "American Sniper," and fellow veteran Chad Littlefield. Here is a look back at the trial.

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10 most dateable accents

Time Out Global Survey asked 11,000 people in 12 cities around the world, to name the "most dateable accent other than their own." Here are the results of the survey.

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Can you name these 20 male redhead celebs?

We picked out our favorite 20 redheaded male celebrities. Do you think you can name them all?

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'Elsa' arrested in South Carolina

It's been such a rough winter that police in Hanahan, South Carolina, decided to take matters into their own hands and arrest Queen Elsa, the cold-creating character in Disney's "Frozen."

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Can you guess celebrities' real names?

There are several stars are well known by their stage names, but who were they born as? Find out their real names in our slideshow.

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World's best beaches of 2015

It's freezing in many parts of the U.S., so why not take a look at the world's best beaches, as rated by TripAdvisor users.

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Joe Biden's goofiest moments

Here's a look back at some Vice President Joe Biden's more memorable moments.

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Oscars stage becomes stars' political soapbox

Hollywood stars turned the stage into a soapbox at the Oscars on Sunday night, advocating on issues ranging from NSA surveillance to equal pay; the Voting Rights Act to immigration reform.

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Razzie award winners

The Golden Raspberry Awards, or the Razzies, go to the films and performances judged the worst of the year.

Photos from the 87th Annual Academy Awards

Photos from the 87th Annual Academy Awards

Good food that costs less than $1

Many people want to eat healthy, but think it will be too expensive. Divinecaroline.com explains there are many nutritious items for less than $1.

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Celebrity dads who raised famous kids

Hollywood is full of famous dads who've seen their offspring go on to find fame in their own right.

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Beautiful star arrivals

When it comes to making a truly memorable entrance, few people can upstage celebrities. Join us for a look at which stars are at their best on the red carpet.

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All things bacon

You like bacon? Then Little Caesars has the pizza for you. It's just the latest quirky product to capitalize on America's love of all things bacon.

Notable food recalls

Since December 2014, hundreds of cumin products are being recalled after traces of peanut were found in the spice. The FDA is warning anyone with peanut allergies to not eat cumin and products that contain cumin. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.

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Celebrities who are surprisingly related

Family trees are often full of surprises, but nowhere more than with celebrities. Join us for a surprising look at which stars have other stars for cousins, uncles, aunts and beyond.

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Celebrity paternity scandals

Justin Bieber's not alone. Plenty of celebrities and politicians have had their worlds rocked by paternity suits over the years.

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Westminster's Best in Show winners

Miss P, a 15-inch beagle from the hound group, won the Best in Show award of the Westminster Kennel Club dog show on Feb. 17, 2015 in New York City.

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TV stars who made leap to movies

In honor of John Travolta's 61st birthday on Wednesday, take a look at the one-time "Welcome Back, Kotter" star and other actors who made the leap from the small screen to movies.

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10 surprising lunar facts

The moon will be both a supermoon and a black moon Wednesday, Feb. 18, meaning that the celestial body is both close to the Earth in its orbit and is a new moon. Check out 10 surprising facts about Earth's closest neighbor.

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Portraits from the 2015 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

The finale of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is Feb. 17, when one dog will be named Best in Show at Madison Square Garden.

World's deadliest rail accidents

A train hauling crude oil derailed and exploded in West Virginia Monday, displacing up to 1,000 residents and contaminating the local water supply. Nobody died in that derailment, but take a look at the world's deadliest rail accidents.

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Mardi Gras and the world's other big parties

With Fat Tuesday underway during Mardi Gras in New Orleans, take a look at the celebration along with the world's other big parties.

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Danish police kill suspect in attacks

Danish police say they believe a man killed in a shootout Sunday is responsible for attacks at both a free speech forum and a synagogue in Copenhagen.

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Stressful jobs that pay badly

Not all careers are created equal. Here is a list of jobs that are very stressful and low-paying.

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Child actors who grew up into stars

While the child stars whose careers fade seem to get most of the press, plenty of young actors have managed to stay successful into adulthood, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who is celebrating his 34th birthday on Tuesday.

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Who is ISIS?

Signs are emerging that a combination of coalition airstrikes and more assertive Iraqi and Kurdish forces are forcing ISIS to change its behavior. Learn more about the group.

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Celebrities' hidden talents

Everybody has hidden talents, even celebrities. Click on to see which of your favorite stars have secret talents.

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President's best friend: White House pets

In honor of Presidents Day, take a look at photos of first pets dating back to the late 1800s.

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Not again: 4th snowy weekend for Boston

A fourth brutal winter storm in as many weeks has left behind record amounts of snow in battered Boston and other areas of the Northeast.

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2015 Writers Guild of America Awards

Ceremonies were held in Los Angeles and New York for the Writers Guild Awards on Feb. 14.

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Cosby sex scandal: What's new

Two more women came forward Thursday with accusations against embattled comedian Bill Cosby.

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Friday the 13th and other superstitions

Today is Friday the 13th, the first of three in 2015. Check out some of the most common superstitions.

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10 romantic hotspots you should know about

With Valentine's Day coming up on Feb. 14, here are 10 little-known spots that prove Paris isn't the only romantic destination in the world.

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Hollywood romance: Our fave celeb couples

Nothing celebrities do turns quite as many heads as who they are dating, especially when their beau is another celebrity. Check out some of our favorite celebrity couples.

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Biggest U.S. lottery jackpots

Three lucky tickets won the massive $564 million Powerball jackpot on Wednesday. As you check your numbers, take a look at the top 10 biggest U.S. lottery jackpots of all time.

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Valentine's Day: By the numbers

Valentine's Day is almost here. Check out the numbers behind this annual holiday celebrating love.

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Beautiful stars for every age

These timeless celebrity beauties prove the old saying that "beauty knows no age." Check out a beautiful star for nearly every age starting at 21 years old and going up.

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Bobbi Kristina timeline of events

Bobbi Kristina Brown was placed in a medically induced coma on Jan. 31 after being found unresponsive in a bathtub full of water. Authorities are investigating what happened to her before she was discovered.

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Brian Williams controversy timeline

"NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams is being suspended for six months without pay following revelations that he exaggerated tales from an Iraq War mission in 2003. Here's a timeline of what happened.

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Celebrity odd couples

We all love our celebrities, especially when they pair up. But sometimes their tastes when it comes to matters of the heart can leave us scratching our heads.

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Celebrity couples who met on set

Where exactly is a busy Hollywood A-lister supposed to find romance? How about on the set, just like these celebrity couples?

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Nominees, winners for 2015 Grammy Awards

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards were held Sunday ---take a look back at who was nominated and who actually won.

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Bruce Jenner: Life timeline

Bruce Jenner has been an Olympic champion, motivational speaker and reality television star. Here is a look back at his life.

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Relive the red carpet fashions of the Grammys

One of the best parts of the Grammy Awards is the red carpet, where music and fashion industry heavyweights converge in what is sometimes a ballet, sometimes a train wreck.

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Artists who have never won a Grammy

Artists who walked away empty-handed from the Grammys on Sunday night can take solace in the fact that more than a few legendary bands and singers also got shut out by the Grammys.

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Photos from the 57th Grammy Awards

Yes, some awards are given away at the Grammys, but the most exciting part of the evening is always the performances. The 57th annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 8 looks to be all about the duets and group performances.

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Flooding, wind damage on West Coast

Powerful rain and wind battered the West Coast Friday and Saturday, and damage is reported from Washington state to Northern California.

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Unvaccinated Americans: By the Numbers

Medical experts say parents who decide not to vaccinate their children can have a profound affect on public health. Let's examine how many people in the U.S. are part of that group.

Search for missing plane passengers continues

Rescue workers are trying to find eight people still missing from the TransAsia Airways plane that crashed into a river in Taiwan on Jan. 4.

11 foods that will age you

Eating too much of these foods will make you look older than your age.

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Celebrities who were Boy Scouts

With Sunday marking Boy Scout Day, the anniversary of the incorportation of the Boy Scouts of America in 1910, see which famous faces once were Boy Scouts.

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Ukraine conflict 'worsening,' U.S. official says

Secretary of State John Kerry visited Kiev on Thursday as fighting between between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists is claiming a growing number of civilian lives.

Biggest data breaches of all time

Hackers have stolen information of tens of millions of Anthem Inc. customers, in a massive data breach that ranks among the largest in corporate history. Take a look at the biggest data breaches of all time.

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Longest-lasting celebrity couples

Not every celebrity marriage is bound to fail. Some stars have defied the odds, including these long-lasting couples who are still together today.

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6 killed when train hits SUV in New York

A commuter train crashed with a Jeep Cherokee in New York on Tuesday night, killing at least six people and leaving a dozen more injured.

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15 foods that help you stay hydrated

While it's always important to drink plenty of water, here are 15 foods you can eat to help you stay hydrated throughout the day.

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Now and then: '60s and '70s rockers

With legendary singer Bob Dylan releasing his 36th studio album, "Shadows in the Night," this week, see how he and other rockers from the 1960s and 1970s have aged over the years.

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Celebrities involved in murder cases

Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight is accused of hitting two men with his truck, killing one of them. See what other celebrities were involved in murder cases.

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Disney measles outbreak: What to know

The number of measles linked to an outbreak beginning at Disneyland has continued to increase. Here is what you need to know the outbreak.

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Celebrities who died too young

Tuesday marks 56 years since "The Day the Music Died," with rockers Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson dying together in a plane crash. In honor of those fallen idols, join us in remembering them and other stars who died too young, some at the height of their careers.

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Highlights of Puppy Bowl XI

The 11th annual Puppy Bowl brought excitement to animal lovers looking for alternative programming to the Super Bowl halftime show.

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10 biggest strikes in U.S. history

The United Steelworkers union asked union workers at nine U.S. refineries to stop working after a national contract covering dozens of oil facilities expired on Monday. Take a look back at the 10 biggest strikes in U.S. history.

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Super Bowl XLIX game day images

Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a last-minute 28-24 victory over the defending NFL champion Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.

Groundhog Day: Fun facts and fur

Punxsutawney Phil either excites or disappoints us each year with his winter weather prediction on Groundhog Day. Learn more about where this tradition comes from.

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Celebrities with February birthdays

Marking your birthday in February? Check out which famous people will be celebrating with you.

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Katy Perry rocks Super Bowl halftime

Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot perform during the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

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Hot-air balloon completes historic journey

American Troy Bradley and Russian Leonid Tiukhtyaev left Japan in their gas balloon, dubbed Two Eagles, last Sunday. Six days later, they touched down just off western Mexico, breaking the world record for crossing the Pacific Ocean.

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