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Worst celebrity drivers

NBA star Dwight Howard's Florida driver's license has been suspended after he failed to pay a ticket for running a red light, Reuters reported. In turns out Howard was ticketed an astonishing 10 times for running red lights in the Orlando area, and received four speeding tickets, 12 citations for failing to pay highway tolls and one citation for failing to change his address on his driver's license. Take a look at the worst celebrity drivers.

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Wildfires rage out of control in California

Hundreds of homes have been destroyed by wildfires raging out of control in drought-stricken California. Thousands more are threatened.

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Celebs react to Scotland's independence vote

Scots head to the polls today to vote on the future of their country. The outcome could end Scotland's 307-year union with England and Wales as Great Britain -- and see it launch into the world as an independent nation of some 5.3 million people. Take a look at celebrity (both Scottish and not) reactions to the referendum.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer is the latest NFL star to find himself in trouble with the law. Take a look at a list of some of the more prominent NFL athletes who have had legal run-ins.

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America's most foul-mouthed states

Who's got America's biggest potty mouth? The answer may surprise you.

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Before they were famous: Celebrity commercials

Not everybody starts at the top, and that includes celebrities. In that spirit, click on to see 30 commercials featuring some of your favorite TV and movie stars before they were famous.

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The world reacts to NFL abuse scandals

The NFL has suffered extensive backlash in their handling of both the Ray Rice domestic abuse and Adrian Peterson child abuse cases. Take a look at reactions to the recent NFL abuse scandals.

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The ultimate first-class perks

In an effort to really make first class "worth it," airlines have started offering passengers everything from on-board apartments (yes, really) to post-boarding limo rentals and private jet access. Here's a look at some of the top first-class perks.

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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.

Ridiculous 911 calls

Have you ever considered calling 911 because of a massive spider in your house? How about because a McDonald's employee got your order wrong? Take a look at some of the strangest reasons people have recently called 911.

Playboy's Top 10 party schools of 2014

Playboy magazine's annual list of party schools is out. Did your alma mater make the list?

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Toys 'R' Us 2014 hot toys list

Not sure what to get your kids for Christmas? Toys 'R' Us has a few ideas.

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15 diseases doctors often get wrong

Sometimes, even doctors get it wrong. Find out which 15 diseases are notoriously difficult to diagnose.

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Where are stars of 'M*A*S*H' now?

"M*A*S*H" is arguably one of the most beloved shows in television history. With Wednesday marking 42 years since its debut, click on to see what the show's surviving cast members are up to today.

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Timeline: Ray Rice assault case

The Baltimore Ravens cut running back Ray Rice from the team and the NFL suspended him from the league after video surfaced of him knocking out his then-fiancé, now-wife Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City elevator. Take a look at a timeline of events in Rice's assault case.

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Best places to live in 2015

Good schools? Affordability? Lots to do? These best places to live in 2015 have it all.

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Colleges that bring in the highest paycheck

Graduates with bachelor's degrees from certain U.S. colleges earn some of the highest salaries in the country, according to Payscale. Find out which colleges will get you paid the most.

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'Miami Vice': Where are they now?

Fire up that Ferrari Testarossa and break out the pastel-colored clothing, the quintessential '80s cop show "Miami Vice" turns 30 on Tuesday. Join us for a look at where the show's stars are now.

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What to know: Enterovirus

A respiratory virus that has sickened hundreds of kids across the U.S. has parents across the country worried. Take a look at what you need to know about enteroviruses.

Odds of hitting a deer by state

Could you hit a deer in the next 12 months? The odds are higher this year nationally. Find out the chances in your state.

Best & worst cities to buy a used car

Looking for a used car? Find out where you can get the best deal -- and where you should avoid.

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Prince Harry through the years

Happy birthday, Harry! Britain's Prince Harry turned 30 on Monday. Take a look at the prince through the years.

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Who are 3 Americans detained in North Korea?

Matthew Todd Miller, a 24-year-old from California, was convicted of "acts hostile" to North Korea and sentenced to six years of hard labor on Sunday. Learn more about the three Americans currently being detained in North Korea.

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Miss New York wins Miss America

For the third consecutive year, a New York beauty queen has been crowned Miss America.

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Salary needed to own a house in 27 cities

Mortgage resource site HSH.com has calculated how much you would need to earn in a year to be able to afford a home in 27 cities around the U.S. See where your city ranks.

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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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What did he say?! Rob Ford's craziest quotes

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is withdrawing from a re-election bid in the upcoming mayoral race, according to CNN news partner CBC. The controversial mayor was hospitalized this week after the discovery of an abdominal tumor. Take a look at some of this controversial politician's most shocking quotes.

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Most dangerous jobs in America

Spilled coffee ruining your work day? In these jobs, you're lucky to make it out alive.

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What to know: Pistorius verdict

A judge has found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, the South African term for unintentionally -- but unlawfully -- killing a person. It's akin to negligent killing. Sentencing is scheduled to begin Oct. 13.

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What to know: Ebola

Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the first American workers infected with Ebola, has donated blood to another infected doctor in the hopes that antibodies in Brantly's blood will help the second man recover. Learn more about this deadly disease and its symptoms.

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States with the most/least student debt

Nearly 19 percent of people with student loans owe more than $50,000, according to a report from the Federal Reserve, and that number is expected to rise. Take a look at which states' residents have the most and least student debt.

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10 healthiest cities in the world

A truly healthy city makes it easy for residents to adopt a healthful lifestyle, whether it's by providing quality health care, encouraging preventive medicine or reducing air pollution. Check out which cities made the top 10, based on the results of a CNN iReport survey.

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'Party of Five': Where are they now?

"Party of Five" debuted on Sept. 12, 1994, and ran for six seasons, making stars out of a cast that included Neve Campbell and Jennifer Love Hewitt. To mark the show's 20th anniversary, click on to see what its stars are up to today.

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Best James Bond villains

Richard Kiel, the actor best known for playing the James Bond villain "Jaws," in the Roger Moore Bond classics "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker" has died. Take a look at some of the other notable James Bond villains.

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America marks 13th anniversary of 9/11

America pauses to mark the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Smoking in America: Fast facts

The FDA recently proposed rules that call for strict regulation of electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, nicotine gels, water pipe tobacco and hookahs. Currently, the FDA only has regulatory authority over cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and roll-your-own tobacco. Take a look at these facts about cigarette smoking in the U.S.

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Pistorius murder trial: 10 things to know

South African athlete Oscar Pistorius was found not guilty Thursday of premeditated murder in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, but the judge may still find him guilt of "culpable homicide." Here's a look at the most compelling information about the case.

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Notable deaths of 2014

From legendary actors to fashion designers, take a look at the most notable deaths of 2014.

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Unforgettable images from 9/11

Look back at some of the many unforgettable images from the day America was attacked on 9/11.

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Songs written about famous people

Songwriters find inspiration in many places, but often times the best muses turn out to be the people in their lives. Here are just some songs famously inspired by other people.

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Who is ISIS?

President Barack Obama is scheduled to address the nation on his plan for dealing with threats posed by the Islamic State terror group, also known as ISIS, on Wednesday. Learn more about the group.

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Craziest truck spills

From corn dogs to live turkeys, take a look at some of the craziest items to spill out of overturned trucks and onto American roads.

Cities with the most bedbugs

Bedbugs are invading homes, hotels and offices across the country. Find out which cities are the most infested.

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Rock stars in their 60s and beyond

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, celebrating 64 years on Wednesday, is just one of the many rockers who have made it to a ripe old age. Join us for a look at some of them.

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Apple products that changed the game

Apple unveiled its version of the smartwatch to rave reviews. Look back at the products that have defined Apple and changed the way we live.

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Evolution of the iPhone

Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus during an event at its headquarters Tuesday. Take a look back at how far this game-changing smartphone has come.

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Top royal baby name picks

Mere hours after Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, announced they were expecting their second baby, bets were already being made on the child's name. Take a look at some of the names with the best odds.

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Flight 17 downed by 'high-energy objects,' report says

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 broke apart in the air after it was hit by a burst of "high-energy objects" from outside, a preliminary report by Dutch aviation investigators said Tuesday. Take a look at images from the tragedy.

Best colleges of 2015

U.S. News & World Report releases its annual list of the best U.S. colleges. Did your alma mater make the cut?

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Where are 'Dawson's Creek' stars today?

With Michelle Williams celebrating her 34th birthday on Tuesday, join us for a look at what she and her fellow "Dawson's Creek" castmembers have been up to since the show went off the air.

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Biggest sports scandals of all time

The Baltimore Ravens have cut Ray Rice after a graphic video of him punching his former fiancee surfaced. From questionable wins to doping allegations, here's a look at sports scandals that shocked the world.

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The search for missing Flight 370

It's been six months since Flight 370 disappeared. Look back on the months-long search for the Malaysia Airlines jetliner.

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10 surprising lunar facts

Sky watchers can expect to see a Harvest Moon Monday night, which will also be the last of this summer's three supermoons. Check out 10 surprising facts about Earth's closest neighbor.

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Racism in sports

Atlanta Hawks controlling owner Bruce Levenson has announced he will sell his share in the NBA team after "an email two years ago that was inappropriate and offensive." It's hardly the first instance of racism in the world of sports.

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Prince William and Kate through the years

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child. Take a look back at the royal romance of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

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America's most/least obese states

Obesity now affects about one-third of Americans. Take a look the latest rankings of the most -- and least -- obese U.S. states.

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Best and worst nuts for your health

Nuts are a healthy, natural food packed with heart-healthy fats, protein, vitamins and minerals. But not all nuts are created equal. Take a look at the best and worst nuts for your health.

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Guess real names of celebrities

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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Where are 'The Brady Bunch' stars now?

With Sept. 26, 2014, marking 45 years since the 1969 debut of "The Brady Bunch," what better time to check in with the stars of the groovy sitcom?

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Celebrities pay tribute to Joan Rivers

Celebrities took to social media to share their thoughts about comedian Joan Rivers' death. Take a look at some of the tributes posted to Twitter.

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Top songs of the summer 2014

The competition for the coveted honor of hit song of the summer was tight this year, but "Fancy" came out on top, according to Billboard.com. Take a look at the top contenders.

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Same-sex marriage by state

A U.S. appeals court has ruled that gay marriage bans in Wisconsin and Indiana are unconstitutional. Here's a look at the path same-sex marriage has taken across the country.

America's 25 most bike-friendly cities

There's a new bicycling capital of America. And it's not Minneapolis or Portland.

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10 most popular pizza toppings

Today is National Cheese Pizza Day! Not surprisingly, extra cheese is one of Americans' favorite pizza toppings.

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Celebrity grandparents

With Grandparents Day on Sunday, click on to see which of your favorite celebrities are also grandparents.

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Joan Rivers through the years

Joan Rivers has passed away at the age of 81. Take a look at the life of the legendary comedienne.

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Spectacular political meltdowns

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife have been found guilty of federal corruption charges. Take a look at other political meltdowns, scandals and foot-in-mouth moments.

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What is the cloud?

Still confused about "the cloud?" Read on to find out more about it and how it works.

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10 biggest strikes in U.S. history

Arrests began early Thursday morning outside a busy McDonald's in New York City as thousands of fast-food workers coast to coast put down their burger flippers and picked up picket signs in a national strike that included civil disobedience as the workers rally for $15 minimum wages and the right to form a union without retaliation. Take a look back at the 10 biggest strikes in U.S. history.

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Great Dane eats 43 socks

Socks. They're just not for feet anymore. Apparently they make pretty tasty snacks too, if you're not too discriminating and you happen to be a 3-year-old Great Dane.

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Best of the worst: Mug shot hall of shame

Check out these lookers who ran into the law.

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Beyonce through the years

In honor of Beyonce's 33rd birthday on Thursday, take a look back at the pop star's career so far.

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The NFL's best fans

The NFL season kicks into high gear this weekend. Find out which teams have the "best fans," according to Forbes.

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Worst celebrity Twitter gaffes

CeeLo Green is the latest celebrity to rattle cages on Twitter after posting a series of disturbing tweets about rape. Check out some of the worst celebrity Twitter gaffes.

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20 worst passwords

The recent celebrity photo hacking scandal has people wondering how they can prevent themselves from being "hacked." See if your passwords rank among the most stolen by online hackers.

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Biggest data breaches of all time

Home Depot is investigating what it says could be a "massive" data breach of customer information. Take a look at some of the biggest data breaches of all time.

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Cities with the worst drivers

Think your city has the craziest drivers? Find out if it made the list of cities with the worst motorists.

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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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Americans detained abroad

Another kidnapped American journalist has purportedly died at the hands of Islamic militants. Here's a look at other Americans who have been detained abroad and their fates.

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Bieber behaving badly

Justin Bieber has been arrested again, this time for an alleged fight after an accident. Take a look back at Bieber's long history of bad behavior.

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How to protect your data in the cloud

The recent celebrity photo hacking scandal has raised plenty of questions about how to protect information that's stored in the cloud. While there's no silver bullet that will make you completely safe from hackers, there are some precautions you can take to help keep sensitive information private.

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Celebrity nude photo scandals

Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton are only the latest celebrities facing nude photo scandals. Check out the others.

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Who is Al-Shabaab?

Find out more about Al-Shabaab, the al Qaeda-linked militant group bombed by U.S. drones in Somalia.

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World's most popular beers

Think you can guess which beer is consumed the most worldwide? Take a look at a list of the most popular beers in the world and where they are brewed, according to CNN Money.

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Cutest fictional TV college coeds

TV shows are full of fictional college coeds attending usually equally fictional institutions of higher learning. In honor of back to school, study up on some of our favorites.

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Celebrities with September birthdays

Wondering which celebrities will be partying on your special day this month? Click on to discover which stars share your September birthday.

20 easy ways to burn 100 calories

Need to work off those Labor Day weekend cookouts? Check out Self magazine's list of easy ways to burn 100 calories.

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Where are 'Cosby Show' stars today?

With Sept. 20 marking 30 years since the debut of "The Cosby Show," join us for a look at the sitcom's stars are up to today.

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'Friends' stars: Where are they now?

Sept. 22 marks 20 years since the debut of the sitcom "Friends." In honor of the anniversary, take a look and see what the show's stars are up to today.

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Celebrities who go by one name

Add Kendall Jenner to the long list of celebrities who go by one name. The Kardashian clan member says she's ditching her last name to boost her modeling career.

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White House fashion faux pas

The snark sparked by President Barack Obama's tan suit has exploded across social media. But it's far from the first White House fashion statement to raise eyebrows.

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8 great Labor Day weekend getaways

Looking for a last-minute trip this Labor Day weekend? Check out these eight great (and budget-friendly) getaways.

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Celebrity breakups of 2014

Breaking up is hard to do, even for celebrities. Take a look at the notable celebrity splits of 2014.

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Best TV teachers of all time

From Mrs. Krabappel on "The Simpsons" to Mr. Kotter from "Welcome Back Kotter," check out some of the most memorable TV teachers.

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Peek inside the weird world of Hello Kitty

Japanese comic company Sanrio, the creator of Hello Kitty and Friends, recently dropped a bombshell on Hello Kitty's fans by revealing that she is not, in fact, a kitty, but rather a perpetual third-grade girl named Kitty White, the daughter of George and Mary White, who lives just outside of London, England. Take a look inside the weird world of the international phenomenon.

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Shocking college sports scandals

USC senior football team captain Josh Shaw admitted that he fabricated a story about rescuing a nephew in a pool, he lied about how he suffered ankle injuries. The school announced he is suspended from the team indefinitely. Check out other shocking sports scandals from recent decades.

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Notable TV exits through the years

Diane Sawyer officially stepped down as anchor of ABC's "World News" last night, but will focus on primetime specials and big interviews for the network. Take a look at other high-profile personalities and their exits from particular shows or TV altogether.

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Brad & Angelina: By the numbers

Brad and Angelina finally tied the knot this past weekend. In secret! Here's a look at arguably the hottest, most powerful couple in Hollywood by the numbers.

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Where are 'Ghostbusters' stars now?

"Ghostbusters" is 30 years old. Where are the stars of the classic comedy today?

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Celebrity moms who have adopted

We often hear the names Angelina Jolie and Madonna when it comes to celebrity adoptions, but several other stars have adopted children, too. Here's a look at some of them.

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