• Parents Killed, Daughters Seriously Injured in Car Crash During Their First Disney World Vacation

    A Missouri family of four's dream vacation came to a horrific end on Sunday after a car accident killed parents Greg and Sarah Moyers, and sent their daughters Hailey, 13, and Sophia, 8, to the hospital with severe injuries, the Orlando Sentinel reported. After spending several days at the Disney World and Universal Studios theme parks in Florida, the Moyers were driving to the beach when a vehicle drifted into their lane near DeLand, causing them to veer off the road and hit a tree, according to WKMG Orlando. The accident happened just before 12:30 p.m., Sunday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

  • Sneaky kids rob tourist in Thailand during this picture

    She never saw it coming. This is the moment a pair of seemingly angelic kid thieves swiped a tourist’s watch right off her wrist while posing for a photo with her in Thailand, according a Reddit post. The unidentified woman’s boyfriend posted the photo Sunday to the popular online bulletin board and captioned the picture, “Girlfriend in progress of having her watch stolen.” The photo shows the smiling blond victim posing with the two young children dressed in traditional Thai garb holding on to each of her arms as one of them appears to unbuckle the woman’s watch on the steps of the Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple in the province of Chiang Mai. The couple only noticed that the woman had been

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  • ‘The line is crossed and it’s crossed daily’: The struggles of female bartenders

    Back in the ’90s, Allegra Lucier had an exhausting bartending gig at a rock bar in the East Village. Night after night, she got hit on. “So this one gentleman passed me a note one evening, and I was like, ‘I’m not doing this,’ and I passed the note back. He passed it again, I passed it back, he passed it again, and I was like, ‘If you want me to get you a drink, I’ll get you a drink — other than that . . . leave me alone.’ He passed the note again. And I’m like, ‘Oh my God, I’m going to get this person kicked out.’ I’m so sick of it. So I open the note: Hello. I am deaf.” She was mortified. But it was also a signal flare, a reminder of how jaded you can get in an environment where some of the

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  • Brad Pitt Allegations: The Latest Claims

    It’s been a confusing 24 hours for fans of Brad Pitt since it was reported that the LAPD was investigating the actor for alleged child abuse that happened on a recent plane trip with his family. On Thursday, TMZ and People broke the news that Brad had been “verbally abusive” and “physical” with one of his children while flying from France to the U.S. with Angelina Jolie and their kids. It was later reported that the FBI took over the case because it occurred in the air.

  • White House staff share somber details of how Hillary Clinton coped with the Monica Lewinsky affair

    In November 1995, US President Bill Clinton infamously began an affair with 22-year-old White House intern Monica Lewinsky.  For the next year and a half, America's 42nd president would engage in a dozen sexual encounters with Lewinsky, most of which took place in the Oval Office.  And while the nation wouldn't find out about President Clinton's scandal until January 1998, White House staff "witnessed the fallout from the affair and the toll it took on Hillary Clinton," explains Kate Brower, author of "The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House." "You just felt bad for the entire family and what they were going through," White House maid Betty Finney told Brower. "You could feel

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  • Warplanes pound Aleppo (9 photos)

    The United States accused Russia of “barbarism” in Syria on Sunday as warplanes supporting Syrian government forces pounded Aleppo and Moscow said ending the civil war was almost “impossible”. A diplomatic solution to the fighting looked unlikely as U.S. and Russian diplomats disagreed at a U.N. Security Council meeting called to discuss the violence, which has escalated since a ceasefire collapsed last week. Rebels, who are battling President Bashar al-Assad’s forces for control of Aleppo, said any peace process would be futile unless the “scorched earth bombing” stopped immediately. Capturing the rebel-held half of Syria’s largest city, where more than 250,000 civilians are trapped, would be the biggest victory of the civil war for Assad’s forces. They have achieved their strongest position in years thanks to Russian and Iranian support and launched a fresh offensive for a decisive battlefield victory on Thursday. Residents and rebels say thousands have been killed in the new strikes. “What Russia is sponsoring and doing is not counter terrorism, it is barbarism,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, told the 15-member council. See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr.

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  • Al Sharpton’s daughter admits prancing around on hurt ankle she wants $5M for

    The Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter admitted in a damning legal deposition that she danced, pranced and jetted around to romance her beau after supposedly suffering permanent damage to her ankle when she stumbled in a city pothole. Dominique Sharpton gave the deposition, a transcript of which was obtained by The Post, in her $5 million lawsuit against the city — and it reveals startling new details about her escapades following the injury. “I was walking to cross the street, and my foot went into something and caused me to fall,” Dominque Sharpton, 30, testified during her July deposition, according to documents obtained this week through a Freedom of Information request. “I heard a snap,” recalled Sharpton, who said she was wearing flat boots at the time.

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  • Student suspended after she takes photo of school's dirty water

    (CNN)When Hazel Juco noticed the water in her high school restroom looked like urine, she snapped a photo and posted it on Facebook and Twitter. The next day, the senior at John Glenn High School in Westland, Michigan, was suspended. "I was called to the office and told by one of the assistant principals that an administrator found a photo of the girl's bathroom on social media and that I'd be issued a three-day out-of-school suspension for 'inappropriate use of electronics,'" Hazel told CNN. The school, like many around the nation, has a rule that prohibits the use of cell phones inside restrooms to respect the privacy of others.

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  • Navy Sailor Refuses to Stand During National Anthem

    A U.S. Navy sailor is under investigation for refusing to stand for the national anthem. Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class Janaye Ervin, a reservist stationed at Pearl Harbor, posted on Facebook about why she's following in the footsteps of Colin Kaepernick and others who have demonstrated against police brutality during the anthem. "I feel like a hypocrite singing about the 'land of the free' when I know that only applies to some Americans," she wrote. "I will gladly stand again, when ALL AMERICANS are afforded the same freedom." Ervin says she lost her security clearance and was threatened with jail by the Navy in response to her actions. Troops who don’t stand for the national anthem could

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  • A look back at memorable moments of past debates

    This 2016 election season has certainly been unpredictable, with many notable moments from the start. With the first presidential debate creating a buzz, CBSN takes a look back at some of the most memorable moments of past debates.

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  • Jose Fernandez -- Chilling Death Scene (VIDEO)

    12:00 PM -- Authorities are saying there's no indication drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash.The boat crash in which Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez died triggered a frantic rescue effort. As we reported, Fernandez and 2 others were killed when the 32-foot vessel in which they were riding crashed into a jetty in Miami Beach.   Investigators now say the boat was roaring along the water at full speed. You see the helicopters searching for bodies with the aid of spotlights.   None of the victims were wearing life jackets.

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  • 13-Year-Old Girl Abducted From Chicago Park, Raped: Police

    Neighbors say they are shocked, outraged and frustrated after a 13-year-old girl was allegedly abducted from a Chicago park and brought to an abandoned house where she was sexually assaulted.

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  • Dear Abby: Someone cleaned while I was out

    DEAR ABBY: I’m fairly certain that you have never heard this one before, but I am a slob. It’s embarrassing, but it is what it is. I’m working on it, but I’m nearly 70, so major change is unlikely. I suspect a friend of mine used my hidden key and came into my house to clean for me on my birthday while I was out to dinner with my children. She meant well, but I have asked her repeatedly not to help me. She simply refuses to listen to what she doesn’t want to hear. She says she cleans because it’s a stress reliever for her, but it just makes me feel more stressed. Needless to say, I have taken in all of my hidden keys. I am frustrated by her actions and feel violated, not honored. Honestly, I

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  • Prince George Meeting Justin Trudeau Will Make Your Heart Explode

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  • Sad Shelter Pup Got a Day Out and Couldn’t Stop Smiling – Then Something Awesome Happened

    Shelters are incredibly lonely places for dogs. While animals are definitely safer in shelters than they would be chained to a house, wandering the streets, or growing up in feral communities, there’s no doubt that listlessness is all but inevitable for a dog in the shelter. Usually, these dogs have to sleep on cold kennel floors, are overlooked time and time again by prospective adopters, and have limited social interaction. Sadly, this is the reality for millions of homeless animals in the U.S. Thankfully, many of these shelter facilities go above and beyond to make the pups in their possession feel as comfortable and loved as possible. Whether this means giving them a fluffy bed to rest their

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  • Op-Ed: How debate could help Trump ‘clinch the deal’

    All Trump has to do is act "presidential" to win Monday night's debate. Clinton’s task far more complex, say two GOP strategists.

  • The depths of Kurt Angle’s Vicodin addiction are terrifying

    Ex-WWE star Kurt Angle confessed that at one point he was taking up to 65 extra-strength Vicodin every day. The wrestler spoke to ESPN on Friday and admitted his drug addiction started ahead of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta after he endured an injury during the National Trials. The Olympic champion still battled substance abuse issues after he left WWE for TNA.

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  • Adele on Brangelina: 'I couldn't give a f*cking sh*t'

    Remember a few days back when Adele made headlines for dedicating her show to Brangelina? During a show in New York last Thursday, Adele took a moment to address the crowd — and respond to the reports of her being upset about the Hollywood couple going their separate ways. “I would like to say that I think it’s a bit sick that you’re reporting on an absolute joke,” Adele says in the clip.

  • Silence Is Golden: Turkey’s First Lady ‘Terrorsplains’ the United States

    Perhaps you’ve heard of “mansplaining,” a term for when a man talks condescendingly to another person, typically a woman, about something that he knows little about, believing he’s the real expert. Well, Turkish First Lady Emine Erdogan showed that you don’t need to be a man to conduct such behavior.  She also engaged in that annoying lecturing style that critics of America love to employ, talking down to the U.S. people, believing we don’t know anything.  In reality, it’s the tone-deaf Turkish regime which are the ones showing their ignorance, not only of the United States, but how to keep from throwing allies under the bus. At the Harvard Club in New York last week, Erdogan claimed “Americans

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  • Top performers from the Eagles' win over the Steelers

    See which players made the biggest impact in Philadelphia's win over Pittsburgh.??

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  • Troubled lawyer shoots nine in Houston before being killed by police

    A troubled lawyer opened fire on morning commuters in Houston on Monday, injuring at least nine people before being fatally shot by police, authorities said. Six victims were taken to hospitals and three were treated at the scene after being shot at while inside their vehicles in the wealthy neighborhood of West University Place, acting Houston Police Chief Martha Montalvo told reporters.