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Dozens of animals rescued in Texas floods

CNN's Gary Tuchman reports that dozens of animals were rescued from Texas floodwaters and are quickly filling up animal shelters.

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Uncut: Baltimore police union head: We're under siege

Greta's complete interview with Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police President Gene Ryan on the Freddie Gray charges and the city's escalating violence

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Armed protesters join Prophet Mohammed drawing rally

CNN's Sara Sidner reports as tension continues to rise ahead of a controversial Mohammed cartoon contest outside a Phoenix mosque.

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Greta: Let's toast Anheuser Busch for helping flood victims

'Off the Record,' 5/29/15: Anheuser Busch is stopping beer production at its Georgia plant and sending canned water to flood-ravaged victims in Texas and Oklahoma

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Hear the theory why certain kids win the spelling bee

South-Asian Americans have won the last eight National Spelling Bees. CNN's Brooke Baldwin investigates what might be behind this.

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'Point Break' trailers: Remake vs. original

PostTV compares the trailer for the upcoming action movie with the 1991 original starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze. Conclusion: They are very different.

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Julianna Margulies on the Fight Against ALS

“The Good Wife” star Julianna Margulies is a tireless advocate in the fight against ALS. “The Insider’s” Thea Andrews sat down with Margulies to talk about how it became a priority after losing her dear friend Jennifer Estess to the disease. “My grandmother died of Alzheimer’s. I have friends who have Parkinson’s,” said Margulies. “When you start doing the research, you realize this wasn’t just trying to find a cure for ALS; it was trying to find a cure for all these other diseases.” Watch this video to see

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Mayor: Drawing Mohammed 'purposefully provocative'

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to Mayor Greg Stanton as tension continues to rise over a controversial Mohammed cartoon contest outside a Phoenix mosque.

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NYC's One World Trade Center Observatory Opens, Lifts Curtain on High Vista

The One World Trade Center observatory at the top of NYC’s Freedom Tower building opened officially on Friday, May 29, attracting a number of celebrities, tourists and New Yorkers for an official ceremony, then, as seen in the video, a curtain-riser of the view. The ride to the top, “1,250 feet in 47 seconds,” is said to be the Western Hemisphere’s fastest elevator ride. The observatory takes up floors 100, 101, and 102; admission is $32. Credit: Twitter/@OneWorldNYC

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Are Baltimore police truly 'under siege'?

Former DC police officer and attorney for DC Fraternal Order of Police reacts to Greta's interview with Baltimore's Fraternal Order of Police president

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Colombia's National Team Trains Ahead of Copa America

Colombia's national soccer team trained in Bogota on Friday (May 29) and spoke to the media about the fast-approaching Copa America championship in Chile. Colombia are in Group C with Brazil, Peru and Venezuela. Striker Radamel Falcao said the upcoming tournament, which runs from June 11 to July 4, is one of the main objectives for his career.

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Gigantic fish slaps man in FACE!

Jon Black got quite a surprise while bringing in a huge fish

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Krauthammer on China, its artillery, artificial islands

Syndicated columnist and Fox News analyst on U.S. surveillance showing China has positioned weaponry on at least one of the artificial islands it is developing in the South China Sea

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Concerns grow about reach of ISIS

ISIS attacks in Saudi Arabia and gains elsewhere show the group does not appear weakened. Fred Pleitgen reports

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Failing US strategy against ISIS only being 'fine-tuned'?

ISIS is continuing its march and becoming more brutal, but the Pentagon doesn't believe they pose a significant threat to Saudi Arabia. Is this an administration in denial?

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New Clinton challenger jumping into 2016 race

Former Governor of Maryland Martin O'Malley is expected to formally announce his candidacy. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.

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A look inside Dennis Hastert's indictment

The Post's Chris Cillizza breaks down former House speaker Dennis Hastert's indictment on charges that he broke bank laws by withdrawing large sums of money and lying about it to federal authorities.

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Baltimore police union head: Mosby political from start

Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police President Gene Ryan says Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby has played judge and jury and not given accused police due process in Freddie Gray case, says cops are unfairly being blamed for failed city

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Michael Jackson’s Iconic Neverland Ranch Is Being Sold to the Highest Bidder

Nearly six years ago “The Insider’s” Thea Andrews was given an exclusive tour of the iconic Neverland Ranch that Michael Jackson once adored. Now the property is being sold to the highest bidder. The ranch once housed a zoo and an amusement park, but now all that remain are a floral clock, a railway, and its checkered past. In 1987 Jackson bought the Los Olivos compound for $19.6 million but soon was unable to pay his mortgage. An investment firm took over the estate, renovating it and renaming it “Sycamor

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Julianna Margulies on the Fight Against ALS

“The Good Wife” star Julianna Margulies is a tireless advocate in the fight against ALS. “The Insider’s” Thea Andrews sat down with Margulies to talk about how it became a priority after losing her dear friend Jennifer Estess to the disease. “My grandmother died of Alzheimer’s. I have friends who have Parkinson’s,” said Margulies. “When you start doing the research, you realize this wasn’t just trying to find a cure for ALS; it was trying to find a cure for all these other diseases.” Watch this video to see

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Shaq Hilariously Documents Cringeworthy Pedicure

If you’re one of those people who hate feet, please avert your eyes! Former NBA center Shaquille O’Neal did a bit of oversharing while documenting his trip to the spa on Instagram. But Shaq’s not the only man hitting the spa — even the manliest of men like to have their toes pampered! Channing Tatum, Tim Tebow, Dean McDermott, Kris Humphries, and Ryan Seacrest are just some of the macho stars giving their feet a treat . Check out this video to see Shaq’s pedi-madness, and tune in to “The Insider With Yahoo”

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NL Cy Young is a four-man-race

Rob Neyer discusses four NL Cy Young contenders.

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If Watch Dogs Was a TV Show, it Would Be Mr. Robot

Star Rami Malek explains why you should be very, very afraid of hackers in this intro to the new USA series.

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Teen with cancer to live out MLS dream

D.C. United is making a special call-up for Saturday’s game

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Apple Comparisons Steal Google I/O's Thunder

Google unveiled a new mobile payments system and new features for Android M and Android Wear but it's Apple comparisons that stole the show.

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