• Kayla Mueller Defended Christian Faith to ISIS Executioner 'Jihadi John'

    Four of the westerners released by ISIS and a Yazidi teenager who escaped captivity have provided eyewitness accounts to ABC News of the Arizona aid worker's strength.

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  • State troopers care for child found covered in vomit

    (CNN)It must have been a heartbreaking sight during a routine traffic stop -- a baby in the backseat, covered in vomit. But no worries, because West Virginia state troopers knew just what to do. The baby was found after troopers pulled over a suspected drunk driver earlier this week in Princeton, Lt. Michael Baylous told CNN affiliate WCHS. Since the 1-year-old was drenched in vomit, the child was taken back to headquarters. There, trooper D.C Graham cleaned the child up in a sink, wrapping the baby in a towel and watching over until officials from child protective services showed up. The child, who troopers suspect had been sick for awhile, looks pleased as punch during the sink bath at headquarters.

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  • Bursting At The Seams! Kris Jenner’s Stomach Explodes Out Of Suit After Major Weight Gain — See The Wardrobe Malfunction

    Where are the Spanx when you need them?! Kris Jenner has been hiding her weight gain well but her pants suit just couldn’t hold in her fuller figure!

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  • This shadowy group is assassinating ISIS members within its borders

    It almost seems inevitable. With such an oppressive regime and a weakening infrastructure, the...

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  • Todd Chrisley's Daughter Lindsie Divorcing Husband Will Campbell: 'I Had Been Struggling with This Decision for a Long Time'

    Chrisley Knows Best star Lindsie Chrisley and her husband Will Campbell are divorcing after four years of marriage. The eldest daughter of Todd Chrisley announced her split exclusively to PEOPLE Wednesday, explaining that the two simply grew apart. "I feel like I've become more independent, I've come more into myself, I'm more confident with myself and I just don't feel that relationship gives me what I need anymore.

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  • Small Colorado Community In Shock Over Arrest of Sheriff

    Sedgwick County Sheriff Tom Hanna was arrested Tuesday and taken into the Logan County Detention Center.

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  • Why Joey Bosa better hope the Chargers' offer still stands

    On Wednesday, Shutdown Corner’s Frank Schwab did a great job of updating the Joey Bosa situation — namely how the San Diego Chargers made this standoff public and ugly. Oh, sure, these are the Chargers we’re talking about, and calling them a well-run organization might not be able to be done with a straight face. Perhaps the Chargers, coming off a 4-12 nightmare of a season, could have found better ways to get this thing done — especially in an era where the draft-pick holdout has gone the way of the Edsel.

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  • Scott Brown Claims He’s The Real Victim Of Lawsuit Alleging He Sexually Harassed A Fox News Host – ThinkProgress

    On Tuesday, former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros filed a lawsuit claiming that she was sexually harassed by multiple people while at that job, including Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly, both men who have dealt with (or are dealing with) lawsuits from other women. By Wednesday, Brown was defending himself from the allegations and implying that he is the real victim. In her lawsuit, Tantaros claims that when Brown appeared on Outnumbered, he made “a number of sexually inappropriate comments” to her on set and then later in the cafeteria put his hands on her lower waist. On the “Bernie and Sid Show” on 77 WABC Radio in New York City, Brown said that in that segment, however, it was Tantaros who made him uncomfortable, not the other way around.

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  • Prospector finds huge gold nugget, even though it's 2016 and not 1851

    "Striking gold" is mainly a term to express when someone gets really lucky nowadays, but by golly, someone has actually done it. A 145-ounce gold nugget has been reportedly found in Victoria, Australia by a real life prospector and could be worth more than A$250,000 ($190,710) when it goes to auction. The big 'ol nugget has been named "Friday's Joy" on account of the day it was found.  SEE ALSO: 'World's largest truffle' is worth thousands but looks like a lot of poop The anonymous prospector initially found a nine ounce tennis ball-shaped gold nugget two feet deep, returning the next day to see if there was more, according to a statement from metal detector manufacturer, Minelab. And alas, gold

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  • Candyman III: Day of the Dead

    The Candyman returns intent on making his descendent join him forever. After he frames her for the murders of her friends, she has nowhere else to turn.

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  • Heartbreaking New Details About the Death of the 2-Year-Old Disney Alligator Victim

    A report released Monday by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reveals heartbreaking new details in the devastating death of Lane Graves, the 2-year-old boy who was fatally attacked by an alligator at Disney’s Grand Floridian in Orlando, Florida, earlier this year. According to the report, Lane Graves was building sand castles by the water when he waded into the shallow end to refill his bucket. Matt Graves, the boy’s father, attempted to try and pry open the alligator’s jaws by putting his hands inside of its mouth and grabbing its teeth, but this only caused the animal to fight back harder before pulling loose and dragging the 2-year-old into deeper water.

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  • The Latest: Albuquerque district IDs slain New Mexico girl

    Albuquerque Public Schools have identified a 10-year-old Albuquerque girl police say was drugged, raped and strangled. The district said Thursday that Victoria Martens was a student at Petroglyph Elementary School on Albuquerque's west side. In a statement, the district says school officials were having hard time wrapping their heads around a case that even has drawn a strong reaction from New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez.

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  • Here's why thermal imaging can't stop the F-22 or the F-35

    The US has spent decades, and hundreds of billions of dollars, on developing "fifth-generation" low-observable aircraft, such as the F-22 and F-35, but recently a couple of thermal images have cast doubt on whether or not these planes are actually as invisible as they claim to be. At the Royal International Air Tattoo airshow in England last month, a EC-135 Eurocopter took a detailed thermal image of an F-22, which looked like a big, juicy, $150 million target. In mid August, a Star SAFIRE 380-HDc imaging system developed by FLIR showed the $100 million F-35B as plain as day. Both of these planes have done a great job of limiting their visibility to traditional radars, but these images show that

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  • Iran's 'New' Karrar Tank: "One of the Most Advanced Tanks in the World"?

    In March, Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehghan — Iran’s defense minister — claimed that a new, unseen Iranian tank called the Karrar “is one of the most advanced tanks in the world.” He further suggested that the “tank [is] 100 percent Iranian made and it can even be superior than [the] T-90 in some degrees.” Then in August, a tank with a close resemblance to the Russian-made T-90MS appeared on Iranian television. It flew a green, white and red Iranian flag from the turret … while spinning donuts. It’s impossible to draw any conclusions about the new tank based on a grainy split second of video footage. It could be the Karrar — but even that raises more questions. A “Karrar” might be the Iranian name for

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  • Photos of the day - August 24, 2016 (24 photos)

    A recovered hedgehog before its release into the wild at the Kecskemet Zoo and Kiskunsag National Park in Hungary; Congolese soldiers arrest a civilian protesting in the town of Butembo, in North Kivu province, Democratic Republic of Congo; and a broken crucifix hangs inside the damaged church of Santa Maria della Misericordia in Accumoli, central Italy after an earthquake struck are some of the photos of the day. (AP/EPA/Getty/Reuters) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • Kate Gosselin on Twins as Dad Jon Fires Back: I'm So Proud of Them

    Jon Gosselin has responded to his ex-wife Kate's tell-all PEOPLE interview. Hours after the mother of eight's cover story was revealed on Wednesday, which details the couple's past marriage and gives updates on the children, Jon, 39, told Entertainment Tonight: "I'm very upset. ...

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  • Pat Summitt's will leaves 'personal property' to Tyler Summitt

    Pat Summitt’s last will and testament didn’t spread the property of the Tennessee women’s basketball coaching legend. Summitt gave all of her "tangible personal property" to her only son, Tyler. A copy of the will was obtained by the News Sentinel, and it specified that Summitt’s property included "automobiles, clothing, jewelry and other articles of personal use or ornament." Summitt’s home off Alcoa Highway in Blount County was put up for sale earlier this summer. She lived at Sherrill Hill Senior Living in Knoxville from late January until her death on June 28 after a five-year battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. The will is dated July 18, 2013. Summitt’s brother, Tommy Head, was

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  • A husband's confession: The three unforgettable words my wife said at our wedding

    While I vividly remember many moments from my wedding day, there's one moment that still moves me, and I hope it always does. We had an Anglican wedding ceremony, which has a lovely script, but it doesn't allow for much creativity. Our pastor did make one exception, however: Before we said our vows, he let us share the testimony of how God brought us together. Despite Raquel's nervousness about talking in front of a large crowd, she did it calmly and confidently. And when she finished telling the story, she looked at me and said three words that have stayed with me: "I'm trusting you." I still want to be that man she can trust, and on my wedding day, I thought I was. However, if eight years of

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  • Musician’s death baffled doctors – until they checked his bagpipes

    It was April 2014 and the 61-year-old had spent the past seven years finding it harder and harder to breathe. Once able to run 10 kilometers, he could now barely walk 20 meters. His lungs were operating at a third their proper capacity. Doctors were stumped. Five years earlier, the man had been diagnosed with a serious inflammation of the lungs, known as hypersensitivity pneumonitis, or HP. HP has a variety of other names, each one of which offered a possible solution to the medical mystery: farmer’s lung, hot tub lung, humidifier lung and, perhaps oddest of all, pigeon fancier’s lung. When doctors tried to pin down the cause of the man’s malady, however, it eluded them. He didn’t smoke. His

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  • Kate Middleton Stuns in a Floral Sundress While Attending Charity Event With Prince William

    The royal couple looked sharp during their visit to Luton, England.

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  • NFL players fed up with Roger Goodell, strike threat real

    At least one team's player rep went on record this week warning NFL players to begin preparing for a strike - even though the league's current Collective Bargaining Agreement does not expire for nearly five years. Can there be a clearer vote of no confidence in the leadership of commissioner Roger Goodell? Goodell has spent the last few years lurching from one crisis to another, from Ray Rice to Adrian Peterson, from steroids to supplements, from under-inflated footballs to over-inflated egos, and still, too often, we do not know what the penalty is for a particular act, or even if there is one, until after the fact. There have been ample signs that the leadership of the NFL Players Association is at odds, to put it mildly, with Goodell over his handling of player discipline.

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  • Long road led to former Raider Todd Marinovich's most recent arrest in Southern California

    IRVINE -- Among the dozens of Expressionist and Impressionist oil paintings that Todd Marinovich has created in the last several years, there is one called "The Crown." The former USC and Raiders quarterback admits it is a self-portrait, an orange face crying amidst a wall of clipped newspaper headlines. The face looks to be in more pain than Edvard Munch's "The Scream." As for all the headlines in the background, he said they came from a discovery of an old trunk in his grandmother's garage. "I couldn't see myself saving all these things and making a scrapbook, so I used them in my art," . The headlines included words such as "AWOL Marinovich Suspended" and "Marinovich arrested on cocaine charge"

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