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Craziest truck spills

From corn dogs to live turkeys, take a look at some of the craziest items to spill out of overturned trucks and onto American roads.

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10 most expensive US cities to raise a family

The Economic Policy Institute reviewed data of 618 metro areas and compiled its list of the 10 most expensive places to raise a family.

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Things to do Sunday to help lose weight all week

It's a lazy Sunday, and while it might be a rest day, you should still plan your workouts and routines for the week ahead. Here are six things to do on Sunday to help you lose weight all week long, according to Popsugar.com.

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NFL Deflategate: Tom Brady timeline

Tom Brady and Roger Goodell appeared in federal court on Monday for a hearing on the quarterback's Deflategate suspension. Check out the timeline of events in the case so far.

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The VMAs never disappoint: Fashion and shock

Here is a taste of the fashions and the performances at MTV's Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Sunday in Los Angeles.

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On this day: August 31

Jack the Ripper claims his first victim, Coca-Cola makes its European debut, Jimi Hendrix rocks in the early morning hours at the Isle of Wight, and the "People's Princess" dies in a car crash, all on this day.

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20 ultimate travel destinations

Lonely Planet is publishing its definitive wish list of the 500 best places to visit on Earth. Check out the top 20 destinations selected for the "Ultimate Travelist."

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Notable deaths of 2015

Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians, artists and actors we've lost in 2015.

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On this day: August 30

The vacuum is invented, Ty Cobb makes his major-league debut, Bob Dylan releases "Highway 61 Revisited," and Thurgood Marshall is confirmed as the first black justice on the Supreme Court, all on this day.

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On this day: August 29

American troops march through a liberated Paris, the King of Pop is born, The Beatles perform their last concert before paying fans, and Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast, all on this day.

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New Orleans: 10 years after Katrina

Ten years after being devastated by Hurricane Katrina, the city of New Orleans continues to rebuild.

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Ashley Madison hack: What to know

The CEO of Ashley Madison's parent company, Avid Life Media Inc., stepped down Friday, Aug. 28. Here are the latest developments in the Ashley Madison hack.

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On this day: August 28

Pepsi and UPS are born, Emmett Till is murdered, Martin Luther King Jr. shares his dream, and Prince Charles and Princess Diana divorce, all on this day.

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Most memorable MTV VMAs moments ever

Since the very first MTV Video Music Awards 31 years ago in 1984, the show has always provided memorable moments. Ahead of the 2015 edition, set for Aug. 30, check out some of the most memorable.

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States with the worst drivers

A list published by CarInsuranceComparison.com names the states with the worst drivers. Find out which state came out "on top."

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Top 10 dog names in the U.S.

Nextdoor.com has released its list of most popular dog names, based on data from 69,000 neighborhoods signed up on the site. Check out the most popular dog names in the United States!

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15 American manners that are rude abroad

Here are some manners Americans take for granted that are actually faux pas abroad, according to Yahoo! Travel.

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Timeline: Reporter and photographer killed on live TV

Authorities say a gunman shot three people, slaying a reporter and a photographer during a live shot, before shooting himself on Wednesday. Here is a timeline of what happened.

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Hurricane Katrina: A look back

Hurricane Katrina decimated New Orleans and large swaths of the Gulf Coast 10 years ago. Here's a look back at the historic disaster.

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On this day: August 27

Krakatoa blows its top, The Guinness Book of World Records debuts, "Mary Poppins" premieres, The Beatles meet The King, and a guitar great dies, all on this day.

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Weirdest Guinness world records

With Thursday marking the 60th anniversary of the publication of the very first "Guinness Book of Records," take a look at some of the weirdest world records ever set.

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On this day: August 26

Major-league baseball makes its television debut, The Beatles release "Hey Jude," women stage a nationwide strike for equality, and aviation hero Charles Lindbergh dies, all on this day.

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15 things to buy at a dollar store

Sometimes, you get what you pay for. But dollar stores also sell good products like these at a tremendous discount.

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Child stars gone wrong

Many a child star has found success a hard act to follow, including Wednesday's 35-year-old birthday boy Macaulay Culkin and these other former stars who struggled with the transition to adulthood.

Hurricane names of 2015

Compiled by the Old Farmer's Almanac, here is a list of the Atlanta and Eastern-North Pacific hurricane names for the 2015 season.

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2016 Harley-Davidson motorcycles

Harley-Davidson has unveiled its 2016 motorcycle lineup.

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Dood the dog sees the ocean before he dies

Dood, a five-year-old golden retriever from Utah, has terminal bone cancer. His family brought him along to a wedding in Oregon so he could see the ocean.

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On this day: August 25

Galileo demonstrates his telescope, the National Park Service is formed, Amelia Earhart flies cross-country nonstop, and the Allies liberate Paris, all on this day.

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12 best spots for wild swimming in the world

Whether you fancy a dip in a sinkhole, a cave or a cliff-side cranny, TripAdvisor's latest list of the world's best natural pools should have you covered.

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Now and then: '60s and '70s rockers

With Tuesday marking the 40th anniversary of Bruce Springsteen's iconic rock album "Born to Run," see how "The Boss" and other rockers from the 1960s and 1970s have aged over the years.

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Celebrity weddings of 2015

Here comes the (celebrity) bride! Take a look at the notable celebrity weddings of 2015.

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On this day: August 24

The White House burns, potato chips are invented, John Lennon's assassin goes to prison, and Pete Rose agrees to a ban from baseball, all on this day.

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World's least, most livable cities

The Economist Intelligence Unit published its annual livability report -- ranking the most livable and least livable cities in the world.

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On this day: August 23

King George gets fed up with the rebelling colonies, a silent film legend passes away, the Earth is ready for its closeup, and an earthquake jolts D.C., all on this day.

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On this day: August 22

Teddy Roosevelt goes for a historic ride, tennis player Althea Gibson breaks racial barriers, The Supremes hit No. 1 for the first time, and Nolan Ryan notches his 5,000 career strikeout, all on this day.

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Photos: Wildfires rampage in western US

From Washington to Arizona, wildfires are rampaging through the western United States.

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Banksy unveils 'Dismaland'

Infamous artist Bansky's "Dismaland" exhibition opens Friday at a derelict seafront resort in Weston-Super-Mare, England. The show is Bansky's first in the UK since the "Banksy v Bristol Museum" show in 2009 and will be open for five weeks at the Topicana site. "Dismaland" features a full-scale…

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Latest in Cosby sex scandal

Two more women came forward with allegations of sexual assault against Bill Cosby on Aug. 20, 2015. Here is a timeline of accusations made against the comedian.

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On this day: August 21

Lincoln and Douglas square off for the first time, Oldsmobile begins production, Hawaii becomes a state, and The Mona Lisa and the Mars Observer go missing, all on this day.

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7 pieces of bad financial advice oft repeated

You might be hearing the wrong financial advice. Here are some of the most repeated bad pieces of financial advice, according to Business Insider.

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8 foods that produce 'female Viagra' results

The FDA recently approved Addyi, a new drug that claims to boost female libido. Here are some foods and drinks that can create a similar effect.

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World's highest-paid actresses of 2015

Before you head out to see the latest movie blockbuster this summer, check out Forbes' list of Hollywood's highest-paid actresses.

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Worst celebrity Twitter gaffes

It seems that as long as Twitter has been around, celebrities have been raising eyebrows with controversial tweets. Here are some of the worst celebrity Twitter gaffes.

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On this day: August 20

Charles Darwin publishes his theory of evolution, the NFL is founded, Lou Gehrig belts his 23rd career grand slam and NASA heads for Mars, all on this day.

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NFL's highest-paid players for 2015

When the NFL came into existence 95 years ago as the American Professional Football Conference on Aug. 20, 1920, players earned as little as $100 to $300 per game. Today, things are quite different. Check out the league's highest-paid players for the upcoming season.

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What to know: Pistorius verdict

South Africa's justice minister on Wednesday, Aug. 19, ordered a review of Oscar Pistorius' pending parole, meaning the former Olympian probably won't be granted a transfer from prison to house arrest this week as had been expected.

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Celebrity breakups of 2015

Breaking up is hard to do, even for celebrities. Take a look at the notable celebrity splits of 2015.

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Jared Fogle story: What to know

Ahead of his initial appearance in federal court Wednesday, former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle reached a plea agreement with prosecutors that would see him serve between five and 12½ years in prison for handling child pornography and having sex with a minor.

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On this day: August 19

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts its first auto race, The Beatles kick off their first American concert tour, Groucho Marx dies, Mike Tyson returns to the ring, and the last U.S. combat brigade leaves Iraq, all on this day.

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