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University of Florida student falls from balcony, dies

A 20-year-old University of Florida student has died in a fall from a third-floor balcony at an apartment complex in Gainesville

Creepy Crawlers Could One Day Treat Lung Cancer

The fluid from these earthworms has been shown to destroy lung cancer cells in the lab, according to Polish researchers. Buzz60's Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Another Hollywood Figure Is Facing Dozens Of…

In the wake of allegations against Harvey Weinstein, 38 women say director and screenwriter James Toback sexually harassed and assaulted them.

Japan's Recent Election Exposed A Persistent…

Japan's election had a small number of female candidates, despite Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's goal to empower women.

Taylor Swift Bears It All In Music Video Teaser

Taylor Swift plays a evil naked Cyborg in a teaser trailer for her new music video 'Ready For It'

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Is This Bar Haunted By A Ghost?

Did a ghost move a chair back and forth, or was it just the wind?

Mark Wahlberg hopes God forgives him for 'Boogie…

Mark Wahlberg says he hopes God will forgive him for his turn as a porn star in the 1997 film "Boogie Nights."

Eagles Left Tackle Jason Peters Carted Off Field

Eagles left tackle Jason Peters was taken off the field on a cart Monday night after injuring his leg.

'Meatless Mondays' coming to 15 New York City schools

New York City's mayor says 15 public schools in Brooklyn will forgo meat on their Monday menus starting this spring

New Zealand aims to go green with electricity…

New Zealand's next government is hoping to make the nation greener by planting trees, ensuring the electricity grid runs on renewable energy, and spending more money on cycle ways and rail transport

GAO: Climate change already costing US billions…

A federal watchdog says climate change is already costing U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars each year, with those costs expected to rise as devastating storms, floods, fires and droughts become more frequent in the coming decades

Choices: Amazon says it got 238 entries for 2nd…

Amazon says it received 238 proposals from cities and regions hoping to land the company's second headquarters

Kaspersky to open security code, but will it…

Kaspersky Lab will open up anti-virus software to outside review as it deals with security concerns

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Global stock markets mostly higher after Wall…

Global stock markets mostly higher risen after Wall Street's loss

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: AP: Review to confirm Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing'; Trump plans lunch with GOP senators as focus turns to taxes; China lifts Xi's status to most powerful leader in decades

Man sentenced for killing bald eagle in Virginia

A Virginia man who was accused of shooting a bald eagle and then running over it several times with an all-terrain vehicle has been sentenced

This is Why We Like Being Scared

As weird as it sounds, being frightened makes some people feel better. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Tyler Perry's 'Boo 2!' Tops The Box Office While…

For the second year in a row, Mabel "Madea" Simmons is at the top of the box office the weekend before Halloween.

London Fights Pollution By Charging Drivers Of…

The "T-Charge" is part of the city's larger plan to improve its air quality.

Kris Jenner VS Blac Chyna Battle HEATS UP!

Mommager Kris Jenner is stepping in and taking drastic measures to defend hereself and her family against Blac Chyna.

Haley Reinhart, 27, wants to party (and sing…

How the Astros, Dodgers built World Series rosters

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Vikings Safety Andrew Sendejo Suspended One Game

Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo has been suspended for one game for violating the league’s player safety rules, the NFL announced Monday.

Woman says she was misled into mastectomy, hysterectomy

A 36-year-old Oregon woman has filed a $1.8 million lawsuit against medical professionals who she says mistakenly suggested she undergo a double mastectomy and a hysterectomy

Study: NYC could see bad flooding every 5 years

A new study says that within three decades, floods that used to strike New York City only once every 500 years could occur every five years