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Julian Assange Refers To Hillary Clinton As 'A…

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has maintained that he is not supporting any candidate in the U.S. presidential election, but he continues to strongly criticize Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Ray Donovan finale airs 9/18 on SHOWTIME®!

The Ray Donovan season finale is Sunday, 9/18. Catch up on past episodes on SHOWTIME ON DEMAND® and SHOWTIME ANYTIME®. Watch Now.

Top 10 Thrilling Narrow Escapes In Movies

In this list, featuring lucky escapes from James Bond in GoldenEye, Harrison Ford jumping off the dam in The Fugitive, Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Hospital scene in Terminator 2, the Death Star Explosion in Return of the Jedi, Indiana Jones running from a boulder in Raiders of the Lost Ark and Bruce Willis in an ejection seat in Die Hard 2, we get action-packed movie scenes where the characters avoid certain death and make a narrow escape to live another day! Watch on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtXKS5qcnU0

Study Shows iPad Works Just As Well As A Sedative…

A French study claims that iPads work as well as a sedative on children going into surgery. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details.

Bill Nye Is Saving The World With His Own Netflix…

Bill Nye is going to host a talk show about science topics that relate to current issues.

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Tyga's Ferrari Gets Repo'd in Front of Kylie

While the rapper and the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star were shopping for a new Bentley, they got an unexpected surprise.

US Set To Destroy Big Chemical Weapon Stockpile

The Army says it plans to start operating a $4.5 billion plant next week that will destroy the nation's largest remaining stockpile of mustard agent, complying with an international treaty that bans all chemical weapons.

Report: Athletics trade Coco Crisp to Indians

The Athletics have traded leftfielder Coco Crisp to the Indians, reports Bay Area News Group’s John Hickey.

3.7 Billion-Year-Old Fossils Could Be World’s…

Scientists have long wondered when life began on Earth. The oldest fossil evidence had previously been dated to around 3.5 billion years, but a more recent discovery could set that timeline back by another 220 million years.

YouTube star PewDiePie back on Twitter after ISIS…

The most popular YouTuber is back on Twitter after joking that his account became unverified because he joined ISIS

Twitter cracks up over Trump trip to Mexico

Twitter cracks up over Trump's trip to Mexico. Jeanne Moos reports on the hashtag that tagged the Donald.

Upgrade To Even Faster Fios Quantum Internet…

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Woman gets 18 months after feticide conviction overturned

An Indiana woman whose feticide conviction for a self-induced abortion was overturned has been re-sentenced to 18 months in prison

Black Eyed Peas reunite for new 'Where Is The…

Black Eyed Peas are reuniting after a five-year hiatus for a new rendition of their song "Where Is The Love?" aimed at ending gun violence

Experience The Power Of The Fios Quantum Gateway…

Give your devices a boost this holiday. Go faster and further with our most powerful router, only from Verizon. See it in action!

Rare 'Ring Of Fire' Solar Eclipse To Grace…

If you love gazing at the sky and are in certain parts of Africa on September 1, the sun and moon have a very special treat for you.

College Football Player Suspended Amid Sexual…

Osa Masina, a University of Southern California football player who was suspended from the team's first game this season, is being investigated in connection with two alleged sexual assault incidents in Utah and Los Angeles, according to police.

Judge dismisses Illinois social service providers' lawsuit

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by social service providers who wanted the court to force immediate payment on contracts with the state of Illinois

More than 200 musicians support 'Blurred Lines' appeal

Composer Hans Zimmer, crooner R. Kelly and members of such bands as the Go-Go's, the Black Crowes, Linkin Park and Three 6 Mafia are supporting Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and T.I. in their appeal in the ongoing legal dispute over "Blurred Lines."

Turns out our dogs may understand what we say

A recent study at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest found that dogs can actually make sense of human speech.

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Football Player Eats Lunch with Boy with Austim

Travis Rudolph, WR at FSU, had lunch with Bo, an 11-year-old boy with autism when he saw him eating lunch alone. Bo's mother Leah cannot express enough gratitude and says it's small acts of kindness that can change lives.

New Warriors: Squirrel Girl-Focused TV Series in…

Marvel and ABC Studios are developing a TV series around the New Warriors, focused heavily on fan-favorite Squirrel Girl.

Anti-wrinkle device forces plane evacuation in New Mexico

Authorities say a vibrating device that claims to fights wrinkles as it rolls over a person's face has forced a Southwest Airlines flight to evacuate in New Mexico