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The European Commission paid €360,000 (about $428,000) for a study on how piracy impacts the sales of copyrighted music, books, video games, and movies. But the EU never shared the report—possibly because it determined that there is no evidence that piracy is a major problem. [Read More]
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New Orleans Pelicans center DeMarcus Cousins has reportedly offered to pay for the funeral of Stephon Clark, who was shot and killed by Sacramento police officers in his grandmother's ... [Read More]
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Florida is just one step away from living up to its nickname as "The Sunshine State." [Read More]
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Stormy Daniels' attorney hinted that he may have hard evidence that the adult-film actress had an affair with President Trump.

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The money earmarked for border security can only be used to repair and build previously-approved fencing. [Read More]
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A fire claimed the life of a 90-year-old man in Camden, New Jersey, but the toll could have been higher if not for the actions of selfless heroes, believed to be Rutgers-Camden students. [Read More]
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ABC11 First Alert Weather Forecast for the Triangle, Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville, Cary... [Read More]
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Craigslist eliminated its personal ads late Thursday after Congress passed a bill that would penalize websites that promote sex trafficking and prostitution, even if the content is posted by a third party. In a statement, Craigslist — a classifieds site that allows people to post everything from job listings and apartments for rent to community events and debate topics — said it was removing personal ads to avoid jeopardizing its other services. The website added that "any tool or service can... [Read More]
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Stevante Clark says his 22-year-old brother was a devoted father who had recently changed his life, and he wasn't a thief. [Read More]
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The bodies of Kevin, Amy, Sterling and Adrianna Sharp were discovered inside a condo in Tulum, where they went on vacation... [Read More]
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A situation with heavy police presence has put nearby businesses on lockdown. [Read More]
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch doctored paperwork on 16 million orders to fool institutional clients into thinking stock trades were taking place in-house when they were not, according to New York's Attorney General. [Read More]
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A day after taking social media by storm, ABC13 spoke to the SWAT officer affectionately known as "Casual Cop." [Read More]
Can you imagine being paid thousands of dollars just to get off a flight? That's exactly what happened for one United Airlines passenger. ... [Read More]
Wall Street is bracing for more turbulence after China vowed not to back down in a trade war with the United States. [Read More]
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Jim Carrey's brush knows no executive bounds ... he painted President Trump as a sexual deviant who's halfway to baldness. The comedian posted yet another piece of his artwork on Twitter, and this time he goes after 45 in a piece Carrey…... [Read More]
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A Medieval Italian woman was found with fetal bones between her legs. [Read More]
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Man was heard claiming allegiance to ISIS as he burst into a grocery store after hijacking a car and shooting at police... [Read More]
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First lady Melania Trump made public remarks at the State Department's International Women of Courage award ceremony Friday, defining courage as "what sets apart the heroes from the rest" and highlighting the women honorees she called "heroes who walk among us." [Read More]
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Amber Rose and 21 Savage are officially over ... but it doesn't seem like she's ready to let the rapper go.  Amber was a guest on "Big Boy's Neighborhood" radio show Friday and Big Boy asked point-blank if she was single. Amber didn't reply…... [Read More]
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