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APNewsBreak: Dam breach at Duke plant; coal ash could spill

APNewsBreak: Duke Energy says dam breached at plant in North Carolina; coal ash may be flowing into Cape Fear River

Chick-fil-A Serves Man Who Pulled Up To…

Chick-fil-A is going above and beyond for its customers by serving a man who pulled up to the drive-thru riding a lawn mower.

Most UN Countries Won't Meet Goal Of Cutting…

A new report predicts more than half of U.N. member nations won't be able to hit their target for reducing early deaths from diseases like cancer.

Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin Sign Prenup After…

Okay you guys it’s official…Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have succumb to the pressures of their families…they WILL be protecting their OWN money.

The Photo Jane Fonda Will Go To Her Grave…

The image was so volatile that it still comes up more than four decades later.

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Fisher shoots first 59 in European Tour history

English golfer Oliver Fisher has shot the first round of 59 in the 46-year history of the European Tour

Texas Rangers Fire Manager Jeff Banister

The Texas Rangers have decided to part ways with manager Jeff Banister after four seasons.

Groups say Medicare discounts threatened in…

Consumer and health care groups say they're trying to block the pharmaceutical industry from commandeering opioid legislation and using it to roll back drugmaker discounts to Medicare beneficiaries with high prescription costs

Storms leave trail of damage across southern…

Severe storms packing powerful winds and possible tornadoes have left a trail of damage across the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota

The Latest: More than 100 evacuated from N…

Evacuations are continuing in areas affected by Hurricane Florence

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Oklahoma astronaut corn maze photographed from space

It's apt that a maze cut into an Oklahoma cornfield featuring the likeness of a former NASA astronaut can be seen from space _ and has been photographed by a satellite orbiting Earth

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San Francisco museum shows off modern Muslim…

A new exhibition in San Francisco aims to show the diversity and creativity of modern fashion for Muslim women

Judge denies bid to block courthouse immigration arrests

A judge on Massachusetts' highest court has denied a bid to block federal agents from arresting immigrants targeted for deportation at state courthouses

Woman gets 15 years in prison in daughter's neglect death

An Indiana woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison in the 2016 death of her disabled 5-year-old daughter

Fat Cat Uses Aquatic Treadmill to Get in Shape

Watch this amazing video of a fat cat getting back into shape. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

North Carolina Farmers Brace For Florence Recovery

Small farm owners are concerned about what a slow recovery could mean for business.

Tristan Thompson Caught Cheating Again With Two…

Tristan Thompson never learns his freaking lesson as he was just CAUGHT Cheating on Khloe Kardashian AGAIN…with multiple mystery women.

'IllumiNations' pyrotechnic show ending next year at Epcot

After almost two decades, Walt Disney World is ending the pyrotechnic, light and fireworks show which nightly lights up the sky above its Epcot theme park

Browns appear set to switch to Mayfield as starter

Browns not ready to make 'official' switch to Mayfield at quarterback after big win

Vikings Running Back Dalvin Cook Out For Week 3

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer told the media that the team will be without running back Dalvin Cook on Sunday, as he recovers from a hamstring injury.

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Carolinas farms could take billions in losses…

NN Hurricane Florence is testing the resolve of farmers in the Carolinas, who could face billions of dollars in agricultural damage while still feeling the sting from Hurricane Matthew in 2016

His Name May Not Be Familiar, but His Famous Test Endures

A psychologist by the name of Walter Mischel died this month at age 88, and if the name doesn't ring a bell, a test he concocted in the 1960s just might. It's the "marshmallow test," and the premise is simple: Mischel presented young children with a marshmallow (or other treat)...