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Win Cedar Point Tickets For Halloweekends


Congratulations to the latest winners of Cedar Point tickets: Melissa Wilcox, Summer Minier and Tina Ray. We want to give you one more chance to experience the fun of Cedar Point before the season is done.  Halloweekends is the most fun time of year at the park.  Lots of Halloween fun for the little ones… …and bigger scares for the ... Read More »

Scoreboard Roundup – 8/11/14

Thumbnail for 2897​/Thinkstoc​k(NEW YORK) — MLB: New York Mets 5 (57-62) – Philadelphia Phillies 3 (53-66) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio Read More »

George Clooney’s Fiancée Turns Down UN Job Investigating Gaza War Crimes

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Karwai Tang/WireImage(GENEVA) — George Clooney’s fiancée, Amal Alamuddin, has turned down a position with the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate allegations of war crimes in Gaza. U.N. spokesperson Farhan Haq confirmed to ABC News that the 36-year-old lawyer pulled out of the job, but offered no additional explanation. The U.N. had posted a statement earlier on Monday, saying ... Read More »

Robin Williams Dead of Suspected Suicide at the Age of 63

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ABC/Randy Holmes(MARIN COUNTY, Calif.) — Actor and comedian Robin Williams is dead of a suspected suicide at the age of 63. According to a release from the Marin County Sheriff’s Office in California, a 911 call made Monday morning at approximately 11:55 a.m. reported that a male adult — Williams — was found unconscious and not breathing inside his home ... Read More »

Obama Applauds Naming of New Prime Minister Designate in Iraq

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Official White House Photo by Pete Souza(MARTHA’S VINEYARD, Mass.) — The president on Monday lauded Iraqi President Fouad Massoum for naming Haider al-Ibadi as Iraq’s new prime minister-designate, calling it an “important step” on the path towards a more inclusive government. Mobilizing international support to combat terrorism in the region would be “easier” once a new government was put into ... Read More »

2014 Browns training camp snapshot: Day 12

Lineup updates: John Greco and Garrett Gilkey continued to rotate at right guard on the first-team offense. … Paul McQuistan served as the first-team left tackle while Pro Bowler Joe Thomas received a scheduled day off to rest. … Jordan Poyer and Jim Leonhard rotated at free safety on the first-team defense while Tashaun Gipson (sprained knee) sat out 11-on-11 ... Read More »

Indians shortstop Jose Ramirez comes of age against Yankees

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NEW YORK: When it came to the subject of 21-year-old Indians shortstop Jose Ramirez’s range, second baseman Jason Kipnis resisted the temptation to say what he was thinking. “He’s not bad . . . he’s not bad,” Kipnis said Sunday. “We were . . . I’ll just leave it at that. I was going to go off on someone else.” ... Read More »

British Airways Loses Woman’s Luggage in ‘Travel Nightmare’

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iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) — Nora Low was among thousands of British Airways passengers flying out of London’s Heathrow Airport who discovered when she landed that her luggage was missing thanks to a computer glitch. “Horrible, for four days, British Airways didn’t ship any luggage,” Low told ABC News’ 20/20. “So they told me about 40,000 bags had been misplaced.” Low was flying ... Read More »

Three Missionaries Return to US from Liberia

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iStock/Thinkstock(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) — Three missionaries serving in Liberia during the recent Ebola outbreak returned to the United States Sunday evening. Among the three people on board the private charter en route to Charlotte, North Carolina, were David Writebol, Nancy Writebol’s husband. Nancy, who was infected with Ebola in Liberia, is currently in isolation in an Atlanta hospital. Bruce Johnson, president ... Read More »

Cavaliers Sign Alex Kirk

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CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed free agent center Alex Kirk, Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin announced today from Read More »