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The procession carrying the body of the Rev Billy Graham has stopped on its way to the North Carolina library bearing his name

KFC Hilariously Apologizes for its 'Chicken…

KFC is apologizing to customers in the UK and Ireland -- after running out of chicken and shutting down more than half of its 900 stores. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

Oscar-Nominated Doc 'Edith+Eddie' Gets Honest…

Newsy sat down with director Laura Checkoway to discuss themes in her short documentary, which features a devastating love story.

Facebook Comes Under Fire For Showing A VR…

Facebook apologized for and removed a virtual reality shooting game demo that it showed at the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference.

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'Vicar of Dibley' actress Emma Chambers dies at 53

British actress Emma Chambers has died at the age of 53

Drivers like slipping and sliding on old Atlanta track

NASCAR drivers hoping Sunday's race won't be final event before old, slippery Atlanta Motor Speedway track is repaved

Sufferers of Rare Disease Get Lesson in US Drug…

Sufferers of Wilson disease, a rare condition that causes copper to build up in the body, were excited by the announcement of a generic version of the 50-year-old drug they use to treat the condition. Then they heard the price tag: $18,375 for a 100-pill bottle. "I had personally...

Indiana levee breach leads officials to urge evacuations

A levee breach along the Kankakee River in northwestern Indiana has local officials urging about 30 homeowners to evacuate

Ohio has new uses for sediment from Lake Erie's harbors

A long-running dispute between Ohio and federal officials over dredging Cleveland's harbor appear to be over, but the next challenge is getting rid of more than 1.2 million tons of sediment dredged each year from seven other ports along Lake Erie.

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Facebook Apologizes Over VR Shooting Game at CPAC

Facebook has apologized for featuring a virtual-reality game called Bullet Train —in which players shoot people at a train station—in its booth at the Conservative Political Action Conference, USA Today reports. Bullet Train was just one of a number of violent games featured at the Facebook booth. "In light...

Dropbox seeking to raise $500 million in stock market debut

Online document storage service Dropbox is opening its files in an initial public offering of stock

BB&T says customer service systems 'substantially recovered'

BB&T says it customer service system has 'substantially recovered' after an outage which impacted thousands of customers

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NRA, Florida faces backlash after latest school…

NRA faces corporate backlash after latest school shooting

After years of dejection, proponents of gun laws…

'Our kids have started a revolution:' Teens' activism after Florida school shooting has some hopeful for action on gun policy

Here's One Way You Can Live Like a Royal

Do you look at photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and think, “I wish I was a Royal.” Now you can, Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

'Black Panther' Fans Are Transforming Everyday…

Fans of "Black Panther" are re-creating the imaginary African nation of Wakanda in real life.

Tech Companies Facing Pressure To Remove NRATV…

A number of other companies have already cut ties with the NRA following social media campaigns.

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What went right, wrong for NBC at the Olympics

The Olympics nearly over, it's not just athletes who will be reviewing their performance

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US asks judge to approve seizure of Pharma Bro's…

"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli appears in court for 1st time since judge locked him up for his online antics

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Copy of Declaration of Independence Was Hidden Behind Wallpaper

When John Quincy Adams was not yet president but secretary of state, he ordered that 200 copies of the Declaration of Independence be made, as the then-40-year-old calfskin document was already becoming tough to read. And so it was done, with the copies—thought to be made over a two-year...

Corps: Agency worked to inform on Harvey flood risk

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it "worked diligently" with officials to inform the public on flooding risks from Houston reservoirs that ended up inundating thousands of homes during Hurricane Harvey

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