What Motivated Michael Jackson’s Final Tour ?

What Motivated Michael Jackson’s Final Tour ?

This clip from “How It Really Happened: What Killed Michael Jackson,” examines some of the factors that led to Jackson’s final concert series. 00

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Doctor Gets Life Sentence For Botched Surgery

Doctor Gets Life Sentence For Botched Surgery

Former neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of intentionally inflicting injury to an elderly patient. 00

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Burned Iraqi Toddler Reunited With Family

Burned Iraqi Toddler Reunited With Family

A badly burned Iraqi toddler, who was facing surgery in the US without his parents, has been reunited with his family. 00

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What Is An Exoplanet?

What Is An Exoplanet?

Exoplanets have been making waves over the last 20 years, and now as technology advances, we may be about to meet some strange new worlds beyond our solar system. 00

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Bull Escapes New York Slaughterhouse

Bull Escapes New York Slaughterhouse

A bull escaped from a New York slaughterhouse and eluded officers for more than an hour as it trotted through Jamaica, Queens, according to police. 00

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Eastern Ukraine Ceasefire Begins

Eastern Ukraine Ceasefire Begins

A ceasefire between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists in Eastern Ukraine went into effect Monday. Amara Walker speaks with journalist Christopher Miller about the ceasefire. 00

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How To Help Families Pay For Adoption?

How To Help Families Pay For Adoption?

The crowdfunding site AdoptTogether helps families raise funds through social media to cover the high cost of adoption. 00

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Deadly Storm Slams Southern California

Deadly Storm Slams Southern California

Torrential downpours were inundating Southern California, flooding streets and prompting water rescues. Officials said at least two people had died in the storm. 00

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Trump’s Last Night In Sweden

Trump’s Last Night In Sweden

President Trump’s reference to “what’s happening last night in Sweden” is raising many questions around the Internet. 00

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Saudi Arabia Hosts Its First Comic Con

Saudi Arabia Hosts Its First Comic Con

The oil rich nation of Saudi Arabia hosted its first comic con to show off its other riches — young people that love the arts. 00

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This Country Has The Most Humane Prison System

This Country Has The Most Humane Prison System

While the U.S. is known for a high recidivism rate and tough justice system, other countries have taken a more holistic approach to crime. 00

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Military Helicopter Pilot Lands Craft To Get Directions

Military Helicopter Pilot Lands Craft To Get Directions

Remarkable footage emerged from Kazakhstan on Wednesday, showing a military helicopter landing on a road near the village of Karabutak on Wednesday, to ask for directions. 00

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Inside The Life Of An African Top Model

Inside The Life Of An African Top Model

Congolese model Noella Coursaris is using her beauty and fame in an unlikely way. 00

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Finding Fashion In A Tropical Paradise

Finding Fashion In A Tropical Paradise

Mauritian designer Mario Guillot is creating a brand that’s leaving a big mark on his little island. 00

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Mother Faces Deportation, Takes Sanctuary

Mother Faces Deportation, Takes Sanctuary

Mexican immigrant mother Jeanette Vizguerra is facing deportation while she takes sanctuary in a Colorado church. 00

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How Donald Trump’s Cap Became An Icon?

How Donald Trump’s Cap Became An Icon?

Explore how a hat became one of the the most powerful images of Donald Trump’s unconventional campaign. 00

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Hotspots In The Mile High City

Hotspots In The Mile High City

Foodie, Orion Carrington, shares some of his favorite places to grab a bite in Denver. 00

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A Trick For Successful Relationship

A Trick For Successful Relationship

Dating expert Andrea Syrtash, author of “He’s Just Not Your Type (And That’s a Good Thing): How to Find Love Where You Least Expect It,” explains why dating your type is a mistake. 00

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Rolls-Royce Logs Record $5.8bn Loss

Rolls-Royce Logs Record $5.8bn Loss

British engine maker Rolls-Royce has logged a record $5.8bn annual net loss in 2016, ravaged by a Brexit-fuelled collapse in the pound and a corruption fine. 00

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What Would A Unified Israel-Palestine Look Like?

What Would A Unified Israel-Palestine Look Like?

With the international community urging a two-state solution, many Israelis and Palestinians are considering the idea of a single state. 00

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Chicago Sanctuary Church Shelters Immigrants

Chicago Sanctuary Church Shelters Immigrants

Undocumented immigrants across the US are living in fear as Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers step up their raids. A church in Chicago’s lower west side offers sanctuary to undocumented immigrants. 00

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A Love That Defies Borders

A Love That Defies Borders

Forced apart, a US Mormon girl and Muslim asylum seeker’s love isn’t enough to keep them together. 00

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They Climbed Through Snow, Losing Fingers, To Escape US

They Climbed Through Snow, Losing Fingers, To Escape US

President Trump’s travel ban has created a new wave of people trying to escape the US and head to Canada. 00

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Trump’s Awkward Handshakes With World Leaders

Trump’s Awkward Handshakes With World Leaders

Check out President Donald Trump’s weird handshakes. Jeanne Moos shows us the Presidential “grab and yank.” 00

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New Zealand Volunteers In Race To Rescue Hundreds Of Whales

New Zealand Volunteers In Race To Rescue Hundreds Of Whales

New Zealand volunteers formed a human chain in the water at a remote beach on Friday as they raced to save dozens of whales after more than 400 of the creatures beached themselves. 00

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Overdose Cases Spike In Louisville

Overdose Cases Spike In Louisville

Louisville Metro Emergency Services responded to 52 overdose calls between midnight Wednesday and 8 a.m. ET Friday, said agency spokesman Mitchell Burmeister. 00

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Mega-Skyscrapers Are A Sign Of Economic Collapse

Mega-Skyscrapers Are A Sign Of Economic Collapse

Skyscrapers are usually associated with economic success, but some economists say they’re the sign of a financial bubble about to burst. 00

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Nutritionist Reveals 3 Foods That Boost Energy Levels

Nutritionist Reveals 3 Foods That Boost Energy Levels

Andy Bellatti is a registered nutritionist based in Las Vegas. He reveals the three types of foods that can give you a boost of energy. 00

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UN: 1.5 Million Flee Civil War In South Sudan

UN: 1.5 Million Flee Civil War In South Sudan

The UN says South Sudan’s civil war created 1.5 million refugees. 00

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Terror Attack Survivors At Odds On Travel Ban

Terror Attack Survivors At Odds On Travel Ban

Survivors of the San Bernardino terror attacks, Hal Houser and Sally Cardinale, discuss President Donald Trump’s use of the attack as a way to justify his travel ban. 00

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Daughter Makes Emotional Plea For Deported Mother

Daughter Makes Emotional Plea For Deported Mother

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos was taken into custody in Phoenix, and deported to Mexico. Her daughter gave an emotional speech in her defense. 00

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The Fireworks Of Glory At The Opening Ceremony OF PSL 2

The Fireworks Of Glory At The Opening Ceremony OF PSL 2

Marvelous fireworks at Dubai International stadium last night while Pakistan Super League 2nd edition opening ceremony. 00

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London Museum Celebrates 500 Years Of Robots

London Museum Celebrates 500 Years Of Robots

The London Science Museum has opened an exhibit featuring hundreds of years of robots, including one created around the year 1560. 00

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Syrian Refugees Reunited With Family In US

Syrian Refugees Reunited With Family In US

A federal appeals court could uphold or overturn the temporary restraining order on President Trump’s travel ban. In the meantime, refugees and travelers are rushing to airports and flying to the US. 00

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Life Long Republican Opens Home To Muslim Refugees

Life Long Republican Opens Home To Muslim Refugees

Life-long Republican Rich McKinless and his family have opened their home to refugees long before Donald Trump’s travel ban. 00

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Obama Lives It Up on Vacation

Obama Lives It Up on Vacation

Wrap your mind (and your arms) around a product that lets you hug Obama. Jeanne Moos reports he’s living it up. 00

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Toddler Facing Surgery In US Without Parents

Toddler Facing Surgery In US Without Parents

An Iraqi toddler, who was permanently disfigured in a fire at a refugee camp in Iraq, is now facing surgery in the US without his parents if they are unable to make it back because of Trump’s travel ban. 00

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Syrian Family Reunited After Travel Ban Chaos

Syrian Family Reunited After Travel Ban Chaos

The Assali family was finally reunited after more than a week stuck in limbo following President Trump’s executive order on immigration. 00

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The Secret To Germany’s Powerful Economy

The Secret To Germany’s Powerful Economy

Pointed to as an example of success, the German economy has thrived while the rest of Europe struggled. So what’s their recipe for success? 00

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Mom Who Died In Fire Saved Newborn Baby First

Mom Who Died In Fire Saved Newborn Baby First

Authorities say a Wyoming, Illinois, mother who died in a house fire is being called a hero because she managed to save her newborn daughter’s life. 00

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Are You Ready For Some Political Football?

Are You Ready For Some Political Football?

In this week’s State of Cartoonion, even football is getting political on Super Bowl Sunday LI. 00

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Smarter Robots Open Up New Possibilities

Smarter Robots Open Up New Possibilities

Europe’s biggest trade show for robotics is under way in Madrid. Robots are already everywhere, from simple automated vacuum cleaners to advanced industrial machines. But as the robots become smarter, a whole new world of possibilities is opening up. 00

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DNA Breakthrough Raises Ethical Questions

DNA Breakthrough Raises Ethical Questions

Scientists believe our DNA could be the key to treating cancers such as melanoma. 00

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Uber CEO Backs Out Of Trump Business Council

Uber CEO Backs Out Of Trump Business Council

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has withdrawn from President Trump’s business advisory council after public out cry. 00

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2200 Years Old Coins Recovered From Khanewal

2200 Years Old Coins Recovered From Khanewal

Officials claimed to have discovered 2200 Years Old coins from the Mughal era during restoration of the mausoleum of Hazrat Khalid Waleed in Khanewal. 00

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Afghan ‘Green-Eyed Girl’ On Her Future

Afghan ‘Green-Eyed Girl’ On Her Future

An Afghan woman made famous by a 1985 National Geographic cover talks exclusively to the BBC of her hopes for a new beginning. Sharbat Gula spoke to BBC Afghan after being deported to Afghanistan from Pakistan where she lived as a refugee for 35 years. 00

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Meet Falcons Cutest Football Fan

Meet Falcons Cutest Football Fan

A child diagnosed with dwarfism is being called the Atlanta Falcons’ cutest fan. 00

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Missing Bobcat Found In Zoo Property

Missing Bobcat Found In Zoo Property

Ollie the bobcat, who escaped from her enclosure at the Smithsonian National Zoo, was found two days after her disappearance roaming near the zoo’s bird exhibit. 00

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Chinese Billionaire Seized From Hong Kong Hotel

Chinese Billionaire Seized From Hong Kong Hotel

Questions remain after Chinese billionaire Xiao Jianhua was seized from his hotel in Hong Kong and returned to mainland China. 00

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How Much Power Do Women In China Have?

How Much Power Do Women In China Have?

No woman has ruled over China since the 7th century, but the tides may be slowly shifting. How much power do Chinese women have? 00

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