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US Court Says Drug-Sniffing Dog Fails The Smell Test

US court in Chicago says drug-sniffing dog fails the smell test; wrong nearly half the time.

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Caitlyn Jenner Faces Her Fears This Sunday on E!

The E! star is getting caught up in the whirlwind of her new life. Can Caitlyn take the craziness? Watch a new episode of 'I Am Cait' Sunday at 8|7c on E!

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'Ray Donovan' Early Premiere!

You can watch the season premiere of the critically-acclaimed series 'Ray Donovan' early on Showtime Anytime!

Landon Collins Out to Prove He's More Than a Box Safety

From New York Giants training camp in East Rutherford, NJ Sports Illustrated's Don Banks talks with rookie safety Landon Collins about his transition to the NFL.

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A Look Inside The Government-Owned House Of Horrors

The National Wildlife Property Repository outside of Denver, Colorado holds the nation's largest collection of illegally-obtained animal objects.

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Chita Rivera tells young performers to lose the lip-syncing

Musical theater great Chita Rivera has advice for young stars: learn how to sing and dance

The Best Dunk Contest in the World Is in Latvia

Move over Zach LaVine. Hoops fans: If you want to continue believing the NBA dunk contest is the pinnacle of throw down competitions, then don't watch this video from Sprite Kings of Air 2015. Featuring the best professional dunkers from around the world, Kings of Air is an annual tournament held in Latvia—and just about everything about it puts every other such contest to shame.

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US teen Ledecky improves her own world record in 1,500 free

US teenager Katie Ledecky improves her own world record in 1,500 free at swim worlds

Batboy dies after being struck with bat

A beloved 9-year-old batboy for a summer collegiate baseball team died one day after he was struck in the head with a bat.

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Protesters Arrested During Samuel Dubose March

At least six people were arrested during a rally and march in Cincinnati on July 31 for Sam Dubose.

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Uniqlo Teams Up With Disney

Tadashi Yanai, head of Uniqlo operator Fast Retailing Co., talks about the clothing chain’s newly expanded tieup with Walt Disney Co., which he says isn’t just about putting Mickey Mouse on T-shirts. Photo: Fast Retailing Co.

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Charlotte officer's voluntary manslaughter trial starts

Trial starts for Charlotte officer charged with voluntary manslaughter in on-duty shooting

Walt Disney experts rebut dogged anti-Semitic allegations

Walt Disney was a complex figure but unfairly tagged as anti-Semitic, say experts, filmmaker

Lisa Kudrow Reveals Painful Truths Uncovered on ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’

“Friends” actress Lisa Kudrow serves as the executive producer of TLC’s “Who Do You Think You Are” — a series based on the popular U.K. show that gives viewers a look at the family history of celebrities. “The Insider With Yahoo” correspondent Michael Yo caught up with her to learn more about it. While tracing family roots seems interesting — the show has uncovered some rather difficult revelations. Both Reba McEntire and Bill Paxton discovered on the show that they had family members who owned slaves. Lisa

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36,000 Cases Of Kraft Cheese Recalled Due To Choking Hazard

The Kraft Heinz Company has voluntarily issued a recall notice involving select sizes of American and White American Kraft Singles due to a choking hazard involving the packaging. Consumers qualify for a full refund or exchange.

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3 Ways to Stay Cool Extreme Heat

Learn the warning signs of heat stroke and ways to stay cool in extreme heat.

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10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today

AC/DC's Rudd pleads not guilty to breaching detention rules

AC/DC's Phil Rudd pleads not guilty to breaching home detention rules by drinking alcohol

Man's leg amputated after getting caught in escalator

A Shanghai man's lower leg has been amputated after becoming trapped in a mall escalator. CNN's John Vause reports.

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Advice for College Freshman

Should you know what you want to do before you go or figure that out once you get there?

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Capcom Looking Into Resident Evil 2 Remake

Capcom is looking into remaking Resident Evil 2.

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Skunk saved by Detroit-area police officer _ sans spray

Drop the yogurt: Suburban Detroit officer rescues skunk with head stuck in container

This American Football Life: Washington

The MMQB's Robert Klemko reflects on his visit to the Petersburg National Battlefield in Virginia.

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