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  • Missing Log Cabin Found 3,750 Feet Away From Original Location

    A man returned to his property in Oregon earlier this week only to find that his log cabin was gone. Police were able to determine that the neighbor who paid $3,000 for the cabin had no idea it was stolen.

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  • Carly Fiorina Accuses Hillary Clinton of Playing an 'Imitation' Game

    Positioning herself as the anti-Hillary Clinton candidate in a crowded field of prospective GOP 2016 contenders, Carly Fiorina is unapologetic in attacking the presumptive Democratic nominee. “I think it’s totally fair game to call out the presumptive Democratic nominee on her track record and…

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  • Canadian City Sues US Guardrail Maker For $500 Million

    The complaint, obtained by ABC News, seeks half a billion dollars in damages on behalf of the city of Stratford, located in Ontario, Canada and alleges Trinity Industries of Dallas, the manufacturer of the ET-Plus guardrail system, "mislead its customers" by not disclosing "secret” modifications it…

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  • Aaron Hernandez Trial: Prosecutors Play Video of Him Before the Murder

    Prosecutors in Massachusetts today showed surveillance video of Aaron Hernandez the night he allegedly murdered Odin Lloyd. Prosecutors have said that Hernandez, 25, rented a Nissan Altima -- the same one seen in the surveillance footage played in court today -- prior to Lloyd's murder. Inside…

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  • How 3 Ordinary Americans Are Getting Paid for Their Social Media Posts

    Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are profiting off your posts. Last quarter, Facebook reported ad revenue of $3.6 billion, and that’s 53 percent more than just one year ago. A new social media upstart called Tsu is trying to do just that. Tsu gives 90 percent of its revenue back to…

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  • FBI: 'We Are Losing the Battle' to Stop ISIS Radicalization Online

    The terrorist group wreaking havoc in Syria and Iraq as it blasts videos of beheadings to the world “has proven dangerously competent like no other group before it at employing [online] tools for its nefarious strategy,” the head of the FBI’s counterterrorism division, Assistant Director Michael…

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  • Chris Christie Turns to Media-Bashing at CPAC Gathering

    As the governor of New Jersey, Christie told her he has reporters from The New York Times covering him every day and accused journalists of taking sides on issues he has stood up against. "When you do things like I've done in New Jersey, take on a lot of these special interests that they support…

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  • Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney Joins Amazon

    Amazon confirms that former White House press secretary Jay Carney is joining the tech company.Carney, 49, will be Amazon's senior vice president leading the company's newly created Global Corporate Affairs department, which includes the existing public relations and public policy teams. Inside…

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  • A Look Inside the Mistakes in JonBenet Ramsey Investigation Noted by Former Police Chief

    The former Boulder police chief said mistakes were made in the initial handling of the JonBenet Ramsey murder case that transfixed a nation two decades ago. Mark Beckner gave a lengthy interview on Reddit this week revisiting the case and plainly detailing mistakes he felt the police made in the…

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  • Samsung Galaxy S6: How the Electronics Giant Is Poking Fun at the Rumors

    Samsung is having a laugh at all of the hoopla surrounding the rumored Galaxy S6 smartphone. While the big reveal is set to happen on Sunday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung's Norwegian team brainstormed a list of outrageous rumors about the smartphone along with renderings of…

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  • Why the Iranian Military Attacked a US Aircraft Carrier Replica

    The Iranian Revolutionary Guard conducted large-scale naval drills on Wednesday near the entrance to the Persian Gulf. The drills come ahead of a deadline for Iran and world powers to finalize a deal regarding Iran’s nuclear program, which has long been a point of contention.

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  • Mysterious Drone Flights Over Paris Prompt Curiosity and Concern

    Last night the drones appeared again between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m., though this time only three were sighted flying over central Paris. “Right now there is no worry to have but we should be vigilant,” the French government spokesperson Stephane Le Foll said on Wednesday. Flying drones over Paris is…

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  • Maraschino Cherry Tycoon: The Secret Drug Lair New York City Police Uncovered

    In a scene reminiscent of the TV show "Breaking Bad," New York City investigators raided the business of one of the nation's largest processors of maraschino cherries -- only to find that his Brooklyn factory also allegedly served as a marijuana growing operation, authorities said. Investigators…

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  • Exclusive: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Says Constitution Trumps ‘Compassion’ for Undocumented Immigrants

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told ABC News the Constitution trumps “compassion” for undocumented immigrants. In an exclusive interview with ABC News and Fusion inside the ornate governor’s mansion in Austin, Texas, Abbott, whose federal lawsuit stopped President Obama’s executive action protecting…

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  • DHS Might Shut Down on Friday: Should You Be Worried?

    But since September, Republicans and Democrats haven’t been able to agree on a full year of funding –- instead, twice since then they’ve agreed to fund DHS for a couple of months, each time hoping to reach a deal on a full year of funding. Republicans irked by President Obama’s plan to give legal…

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  • Why One Hungarian Town Is Up for Rent

    Along with seven “fully renovated and furnished country houses," lucky renters will get six horses, two cows and three sheep. “It started as a joke,” Barbara Balogh, a sales manager in charge of the project told ABC News.

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  • Anthem Hack May Have Impacted Millions of Non-Customers as Well

    The Anthem cyber attack that may have left vulnerable the information of as many as 78.8 million people also may have included millions of non-customers, the health insurer said. The country's second-largest health insurer said anywhere from 8.8 to 18.8 million people who are members of other Blue…

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