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PHOTOS: Houston Club building implosion

See images of the implosion of the historic downtown Houston building.

Adoptable cats for Oct. 17-23

There are lots of sweet cats that need homes. Check these out to see if you can find a new furry friend.

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Best colleges for low-income students

A new list published by CollegeNet, a higher-education technology company, and Payscale lists the top schools for lower-income students. Take a look at the top 10.

PHOTOS: Spring Skate Park grand opening

Check out images from the Spring Skate Park grand opening ceremony on Friday, Oct. 17.

Adoptable dogs for Oct. 17-23

Check out these adorable pups at the Houston Humane Society that need homes.

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Where are 'Roseanne' stars today?

It's been 26 years since TV audiences first tuned into "Roseanne." To mark the anniversary of the sitcom's Oct. 18, 1988, debut, click on to see where the show's stars are today.

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The most romantic movies ever

Looking for a flick to watch with your sweetie on Sweetest Day this Saturday? Check out one or more of these most romantic movies of all time.

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12 kids' symptoms you should not ignore

The wait-and-see approach is fine for some kids' health problems. But not these 12 symptoms you should never ignore.

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Celebrities who battled addiction and won

While the world of celebrities is filled with stories of those who lost their battles against addiction, not all celebrity addictions have an unhappy ending. Here's a look at some stars who have fought addictions and won.

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On this day: October 17

Al Capone is convicted of income tax evasion, "Jailhouse Rock" premieres, the New York World's Fair comes to an end, OPEC begins its oil embargo, and a deadly earthquake hits the San Francisco Bay Area, all on this day.

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America's best states to live in 2014

Take a look at the top states to live in 2014, based on crime rate, health care, number of local attractions and environmental quality.

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Celebrities who were high school classmates

Everybody comes from somewhere, and that includes celebrities. Some even wandered the same high school hallways together back in their hometowns. Take a look at some stars who were high school classmates.

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PHOTOS: Injuries of Adrian Peterson's son

Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted on an injury to a child charge in Montgomery County. His attorney claims Peterson used a "switch" to spank his son.

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On this day: October 16

Marie Antoinette loses her head, the Cuban Missile Crisis begins, Baby Jessica is pulled from the well, and the Million Man March takes over Washington, D.C., all on this day.

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Highest-grossing horror movies

As Halloween nears, take a look at the 20 highest-grossing horror movies of all time.

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On this day: October 20

Douglas MacArthur returns to the Philippines, Nixon sets off the "Saturday Night Massacre," Jackie Kennedy remarries, the Sydney Opera House opens, tragedy strikes Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Muammar Gaddafi is killed, all on this day.

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Where are 'Night Court' stars today?

Three decades ago audiences met a zany, Mel Tormé-loving judge and the cast of misfits who paraded through his New York City courtroom. With Harry Anderson celebrating his 62nd birthday on Tuesday, see what he and his "Night Court" co-stars are up to today.

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America's Ebola patients

The second U.S. health worker to be diagnosed with Ebola has been identified. Learn more about her and America's other Ebola victims.

PHOTOS: Gymnast champ Simone Biles returns from World Championships

Simone Biles received a hero's welcome after her success at the World Gymnastics Championships.

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Ebola outbreak ravages West Africa

Ebola has killed more than 3,000 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and the United Nations says those numbers are vastly under-reported. Take a look at images of the ravaged West African region.

Never mind! Celebrities who unretired

Whatever their reasons, more than a few stars have decided to walk away from their chosen fields only to get the itch and return -- some more than once. Take a look at some celebrities who have "unretired."

15 things more likely to kill you than Ebola

Worried about catching Ebola? Take a look at 15 things that are more likely to kill you than the virus.

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Stars who served time behind bars

Not even fame and fortune can keep some people out of trouble. Check out some celebrities who have served out jail or prison sentences.

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Meet Esquire's new 'Sexiest Woman Alive'

Actress Penelope Cruz is Esquire's new "Sexiest Woman Alive." Take a look at other past winners.

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Best places to live in 2015

Good schools? Affordability? Lots to do? These best places to live in 2015 have it all.

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What to know: Ebola

Ebola has come to the United States, with the first domestic case diagnosed in Texas. Learn more about this deadly disease and its symptoms.

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On this day: October 15

Napoleon goes into exile, "I Love Lucy" debuts, vice-presidential candidates debate for the first time, Wayne Gretzky sets the NHL's points record, and the nation meets "Balloon Boy" and his family, all on this day.

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