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Notable deaths of 2015

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

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Germanwings plane crash: Timeline of events

Details continue to emerge about the final moments of Germanwings Flight 9525 and the life of the co-pilot who authorities say appears to have set it on a fatal trajectory into the French Alps.

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Best family beaches of 2015

The best beaches for families for 2015, released by Family Vacation Critic on Wednesday, all offer more to explore close to the beach.

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National anthem fiascoes

Motley Crue's Vince Neil gave his own mangled take on the national anthem before an Arena Football League game in Las Vegas on Monday. Take a look at some other national anthem renditions that morphed into fiascoes.

13 infamous April Fools' Day hoaxes

These April Fools' Day hoaxes are some of the very best.

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On this day: April 1

The ruins of Pompeii are discovered, Apple Computer starts up, Marvin Gaye is shot and killed by his father, and U.S. Army Pfc. Jessica Lynch is rescued from Iraq, all on this day.

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A foolish April 1 quiz

This quiz is wearing a squirting flower on its lapel.

Indiana backlash: What you need to know

Gov. Mike Pence unleashed a firestorm on Indiana last week when he signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. As the controversy mushrooms, here's what happened and where things are likely headed.

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Birthday quiz: Poetic cake

Today's birthday song will be done in iambic pentameter.

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History quiz: Hitler sent to jail

What happened on this day in history?

Woman leads Va. police on dramatic chase

Three police officers were injured during a dramatic police chase in a Virginia suburb just outside of Washington, D.C.

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9 jobs where women make more than men

Women make more than men in only nine of the 350 jobs tracked by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here is a list of professions where women do financially better than men.

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On this day: March 31

The Eiffel Tower is completed, Knute Rockne dies in a plane crash, "Oklahoma!" debuts on Broadway, and Brandon Lee and Selena both die tragically, all on this day.

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8 foods that age your skin faster

Yahoo! Beauty consulted nutritional therapist Petronella Ravenshear on what foods (and drinks) may be prematurely aging your skin.

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On this day: March 30

Henry VIII divorces his first wife, Vincent van Gogh is born, America agrees to buy Alaska from Russia, and President Reagan survives an assassination attempt, all on this day.

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On this day: March 29

Coca-Cola is brewed for the first time, Elvis Presley begins boot camp, the last U.S. soldiers leave Vietnam, Henry Fonda wins his first and only Oscar, and the Tennessee Lady Vols complete an unbeaten season, all on this day.

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On this day: March 28

Vikings sack Paris, the Hollywood Walk of Fame gets its first star, President Eisenhower dies, and Three Mile Island melts down, all on this day.

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Twitter reacts to Indiana "religious freedoms" bill

Notable names on Twitter -- including celebrities, athletes and politicians -- are pushing back against an Indiana law that allows businesses to refuse service gay people on religious grounds. Click on to see who's making social media waves.

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10 foods you should never refrigerate

Chances are you've been mistakenly storing some of these foods in your refrigerator. Find out where they belong.

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On this day: March 27

Oregon wins the first NCAA men's basketball tourney, the Good Friday Earthquake rips up Alaska, Brando boycotts the Oscars, and Viagra gets FDA approval, all on this day.

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The many looks of Lady Gaga

If there's one thing certain about Lady Gaga, she has a different look each time she steps out in public. As the singer celebrates her 29th birthday on March 28, take a look at just some of her fashion statements.

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Blast, fire rock NYC neighborhood

An explosion rocked a heavily traveled section of Manhattan's East Village on Thursday, injuring at least a dozen people and leveling parts of a building, authorities said.

What causes sinkholes

In March 2015, a sinkhole swallowed a tour bus in northern Brazil. The incident happened near a flooded river. Everyone aboard escaped safely. Take a look at what causes a sinkhole and some other notable sinkholes that have made headlines.

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The new A-list: How much do today's stars make per movie?

According to a survey conducted of producers, agents and executives by The Hollywood Reporter, there are at least six actors earning as much as $20 million per picture. Click on to see how much today's biggest stars command.

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Best companies to work for in 2015

Using feedback from employees, Glassdoor lists the best companies to work for in 2015.

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14 smart ways to start every work day

Morning routines are crucial for work day success, according to some career experts. Take a look at the most important things you should do at the start of every work day.

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On this day: March 26

Beethoven and Walt Whitman die, the Stanley Cup comes to the U.S., UCLA wins their seventh straight title, and Pink Floyd's "Dark Side" rules the charts, all on this day.

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Notable food recalls

In March 2015, Blue Bell ice cream recalled 3 oz. institutional/food service cups of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice cream after a test detected listeria in one of the cups recovered from a Kansas hospital. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.

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10 tourist traps worth seeing

Here are 10 places worth fighting other tourists to see this spring, according to Yahoo! Travel.

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On this day: March 25

The Scottsboro Boys are arrested, John and Yoko take to bed, a New York City nightclub fire kills 87, and mad cow disease halts British beef exports, all on this day.

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Notable women race car drivers

Danica Patrick turned 33 today. Take a look at some of the other most notable women in the world of car racing.

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Deadliest plane crashes in history

Authorities say a commercial airline with 150 people on board crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday. Take a look at the deadliest plane crashes in history.

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State-by-state look at marijuana laws

Ohio may be the next state to legalize marijuana for recreational use. Take a look at which other states allow recreational and medical marijuana use.

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10 best states for young adults

We're betting not many of these states spring to mind as havens for young people. But, according to a new analysis, they are.

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On this day: March 24

A newly discovered planet gets its name, Elvis is sworn into the Army, the Exxon Valdez runs aground in Alaska, and Halle Berry makes Oscar history, all on this day.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

Running back Bernard Pierce was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on March 18 just hours after being arrested on a DUI charge. Here are some other NFL players who have had trouble with the law.

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Robert Durst: Timeline of events

For more than three decades Robert Durst has been accused of murder in three different deaths. Here is a timeline of events in his life.

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7 kids killed in Brooklyn fire

Seven children in an Orthodox Jewish family were killed early Saturday in a Brooklyn house fire that was apparently sparked by a hot plate meant to keep food warm over the Sabbath, New York's fire commissioner said.

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25 worst cities for spring allergies

Spring allergy season is upon us. Find out if you live in one of the 25 worst cities for seasonal sniffling and sneezing.

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On this day: March 23

Patrick Henry asks for liberty or death, Lewis and Clark head home, "Titanic" dominates the Oscars, and President Obama signs the Affordable Care Act, all on this day.

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On this day: March 22

Thomas Jefferson becomes the first secretary of state, the Dachau concentration camp opens, The Beatles release their first album, and the Comet Hale-Bopp does a fly-by, all on this day.

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On this day: March 21

Alcatraz prison closes, Martin Luther King Jr. marches toward Montgomery, the U.S. decides to boycott Moscow's Olympics, and Spielberg nabs his first Oscar, all on this day.

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Wines that may have high levels of arsenic

Some of the most popular wines in the U.S. have higher levels of arsenic than what is deemed safe for drinking water, according to research done by a Denver-based lab that analyzes wine. Take a look at some of the brands and varieties listed in a proposed class action lawsuit filed in California…

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Science behind a solar eclipse

The moon's shadow falls across parts of North Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Here's an explainer about the science behind a solar eclipse.

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Tunisia mourns attack; ISIS claims responsibility

ISIS claims responsibility Thursday for the deadly terrorist attack at a landmark museum in Tunisia.

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1980s TV stars then and now

With the word that Mr. T is getting his own home improvement show on the DIY Network, join us for a look at him and some of your other favorite '80s TV stars then and now.

Spring cleaning: how to get started

As winter melts away, it’s time to spring into action and scrub your house clean. Be sure you don’t miss a nook or cranny by following these spring cleaning tips.

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How much do winter sports cost?

Snow and sub-freezing temperatures are no reason to hibernate. Adopt a new winter sport this year and to get outside for your exercise! Use our interactive calculator to figure out how much it will cost to get outfitted for these cold-weather sports.

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10 superfoods for spring

Spring is in the air! Find out which foods to eat so you can feel your best.

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On this day: March 20

Napoleon returns to Paris, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is published, the Republican Party is born, John and Yoko get hitched, and Janis Joplin hits No. 1 posthumously, all on this day.

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