• Video 'shows cabin chaos' in seconds before Alps crash: reports

    A video purportedly showing the final seconds inside the cabin of the ill-fated Germanwings airliner moments before it crashed has emerged, two European media said, although French police denied the claims to CNN. One sequence reportedly shows a chaotic scene with passengers screaming "My God". French magazine Paris Match and German daily Bild said the authenticity of the video filmed on a mobile phone is "unquestionable" and that it had been retrieved from the wreckage of last Tuesday's crash. The recording lasting just a few seconds showed that passengers knew what was happening to them before the plane crashed into the French Alps, instantly killing all 150 people on board, according to the reports.

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  • Stephen Curry crossed Chris Paul up so hard he breakdanced

    If Chris Paul can't avoid getting embarrassed by Steph Curry, pretty much nobody can avoid getting embarrassed by Steph Curry.

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  • These Are 20 Of The World's Best Photos Taken With Cell Phones

    Anyone with a cell phone can be an incredible photographer, no fancy camera necessary. Sony on Tuesday announced the winners of the Sony World Photography Awards' Mobile Phone category, and we're impressed. Mobile is just one of many categories in the competition. Others include Professional, Open and Youth. There were more than 96,000 entries...

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  • Alyssa Milano Says She Loves Her Stretch Marks

    Alyssa Milano is proud of being a mother and all the physical changes that come with it. The actress, 42, joined the ladies of The Talk for a discussion about stretch marks. "Some people might see them as imperfections, but when you have a baby –those are your beauty marks," Milano said. "I love my stretch marks. I have them on my boobs, on my ass, on my belly." PHOTO: Mom Shares Incredibly Inspiring Bikini Body Pic  And while she's not shy about talking about the beauty marks, she does admit that she wouldn't wear a bikini on the beach for fear that paparazzi would "rip apart every part of her body." This is not the first time that Milano has caused some discussion. When she posted a breastfeeding selfie back in November, she questioned why her photo was more controversial than reality star Kim Kardashian's Paper Magazine photo shoot that showed her posing nude. WATCH: Is Alyssa Milano's Breastfeeding Selfie More Controversial Than Kim Kardashian Nude? Milano and her agent husband David Bugliari welcomed their daughter Elizabella on Sept. 4. The couple also has a son, Milo Thomas, 3.

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  • American farmer among the winners in sanctions-hit Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) — Kansas-born farmer Justus Walker is prospering in Russia — one year after the U.S. and European Union began imposing sanctions against his adopted country over its aggression in Ukraine.

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  • The Coolest Things People Are Making on 3D Printers

    If you can think it, you can create it — thanks to 3D printers. 3D printers are revolutionizing the DIY world, enabling people to make the most unlikely products themselves, on the spot. Want a bike? Print one out. Need a pair of scissors?

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  • 2016 Porsche Cayman Spyder (10 photos)

    The 2016 Porsche Cayman Spyder that debuted at the New York Auto Show once again shows how beautiful a manual soft top can be. As a purer, rawer Boxter, it's over 60 pounds lighter, with a 375-horsepower motor pulled from the Cayman GT4. Air conditioning and radio are an option, and it starts at around $83,000.

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  • Flagship 2016 Cadillac CT6 is gunning for German luxury sedans

    Cadillac is setting its sails to conquer the old world with its new flagship, the CT6. Aimed squarely at the slow-selling BMW 7 Series, the CT6 is a little longer than the current range-topping X...

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  • Gas Prices Headed As Low As $1.50 A Gallon

    Speeding past Newark Airport on Interstate 95 in New Jersey, a stunning scene across the way offers a rare glimpse into the future of the US energy business, and the picture isn’t pretty. The narrow strip of land that borders the interstate also backs up to the shore along the New

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  • Pizza Parlor Owner Busted For Alleged Massive Drug Operation

    Owners of a St. Paul, Minn. pizza parlor are being accused of using their restaurant as a front to move massive amounts of marijuana. According to KARE 11, locals thought it was "odd" that Papa Dimitri's Classic Pizza did very little business and that employees wouldn't even eat there — they would eat at a restaurant down the street. The owners of the restaurant are listed as Ryan Dimitri Brooks Sr., his mother, Rosalyn Brooks, and grandmother, Joyce Merkley. Between August 2012 and October 2013, the United States Postal Service intercepted three packages to Merkley's house and one to the restaurant that contained a total of 37 pounds of marijuana. In 2006, Brooks and his mother were arrested with 107 pounds of marijuana while driving a rental car back to Minnesota from Las Vegas.

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  • The Flash Super Trailer: Grodd's Arrival, Oliver's New Look and More Surprises

    Some very famous faces are coming to Central City in the next few weeks — and one of them happens to be a psychic gorilla. Following Tuesday’s revealing episode of The Flash, The CW aired a minute-long trailer teasing the final episodes of Season 1 (which ends Tuesday, May 19). And yes, the elusive Grodd does show his glorious mug. But

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  • The Soda-Cancer Connection

    Drinking Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper, or any dark-colored soda may raise your cancer risk, according to a new study. Here are the details.

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  • Cadet Plumlee joins brothers, playing in Final Four for Duke

    Duke's Marshall Plumlee spends his practices trying to match up with a possible No. 1 overall NBA draft pick and most games seeing only spot duty on the Blue Devils' latest Final Four team. It's not as big of a role that older brothers Miles and Mason once played for coach Mike Krzyzewski. He wants to help Duke win a national title in his home state of Indiana like they did in 2010. ''At least in my family's experience,'' Plumlee said with a grin, ''when Duke comes to Indianapolis, it's special.'' Plumlee, a native of Warsaw, Indiana, averages just 2.3 points and 2.4 rebounds in 9.6 minutes per game for the Blue Devils (33-4) heading into Saturday's national semifinal against Michigan State.

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  • China says Taiwan welcome to join AIIB with appropriate name

    China welcomes Taiwan's decision to apply to join the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as long as the self-ruled island uses an appropriate name, state news agency Xinhua reported on Wednesday. China's Taiwan Affairs Office has received Taiwan's letter of intent to join and has passed it to the AIIB's interim secretariat, Xinhua cited Taiwan Affairs Office spokesman Ma Xiaoguang as saying.

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  • Meghan Trainor, Melissa McCarthy Helping Women Show Off Their Curves

    Meghan Trainor has just announced she’s helping fashion-forward women flaunt their curves in a new collection, partnering with Fullbeauty. Meanwhile, Melissa McCarthy’s Seven7 line will launch in August. Back in 1985, the average American woman wore a size 8, but today, she wears a size 14. And although Lane Bryant has served the full-figured market for years, online sites like ModCloth, Monif C. and Eloquii are now breaking out of the box with creative new styles. Check out this video to learn more about t

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  • 'The Flash': Actor Talks Shocker!

    There are still weeks to go before the finale, but "The Flash" just delivered up more end-of-season-worthy shockers. Joe West stopping the original Trickster (Mark Hamill) and his (surprise!) son (Mark's character even said in the episode, "I am your father," in a very "Star Wars"-esque moment) from hurting the citizens of Central City. While we already know that Harrison Wells is future man Eobard Thawne, we actually got to see how and why he is Eobard, courtesy of "Carrie Diaries" alum Matt Letscher. On Tuesday night, it was revealed that Matt is playing future Eobard, who fought with Barry Allen/The Flash in the past.

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  • 3 Simple Strategies for a Better Workout

    Nothing beats the feeling of improvement. The fulfillment you feel after conquering your mountainous workout routines can fuel you to new heights. You will push yourself longer, harder and faster. The

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  • This is the CT6, Cadillac's huge bet on the future

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    Here's Cadillac's next huge car, both literally and figuratively: the CT6, which stands for Cadillac Touring 6. GM's luxury brand has been teasing the CT6 for quite some time, and for good reason: it's a flagship sedan, a segment that the company has been absent from since it discontinued the forgettable DTS several years ago. It's no coincidence that crosstown rival Lincoln debuted the giant Continental concept at this very same show — Cadillac and Lincoln are both learning that luxury marques look a little lost without a big flagship in the lineup, and the red-hot Chinese market is demanding large American sedans anyway. The time is right, if you believe GM and Ford.

  • Manifesto in 'Gone Girl' Case Reveals Truth About Denise Huskins Kidnapping, Lawyer Says

    Douglas Rappaport, the attorney for Denise Huskins, said he has received a “15-page, single-spaced email” from the kidnappers. “They talk very extensively about how they prepared for it, what weapons to use,” Rappaport said in an exclusive interview with ABC News. Rappaport said the email was sent to the San Francisco Chronicle after Huskins turned up safe Wednesday, two days after her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, reported that she was abducted from his Vallejo, California, home. In the email, the group compares itself to the crew from the movie “Ocean’s 11,” calling themselves college-educated career criminals who only nabbed Huskins as a dry run so they could kidnap higher-profile victims in the future.

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