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Weird things plumbers have found while working

(NEW YORK) -- Today is National Hug a Plumber Day, but before you embrace yours, let's have a laugh.

From fixing a busted toilet or a broken pipe, most plumbers try their best to repair all... Read More

Kourtney Kardashian arrives on Capitol Hill to clean up cosmetics

(WASHINGTON) -- Reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian arrived on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Tuesday morning to make a push for safer personal care products.

Kardashian is holding meetings with lawmakers, aides and reporters on Tuesday... Read More

Roku set to be the launch destination for ABC News Live

(NEW YORK) -- Roku Inc. Tuesday announced that The Roku Channel will be the launch destination for ABC News Live, a new 24/7 live and linear news stream from anchor partner ABC News.

It will utilize the worldwide resources of ABC News and thei... Read More

Why the new $120K ZR1 sports car is a game changer for the Corvette

(DETROIT) -- Drivers in Detroit got to see a rare phenomenon this winter: Corvettes trudging through the snowy and wet city streets alongside SUVs and trucks. The engineers behind the new ZR1 -- billed as the fastest and most powerful Corvette ever b... Read More

Cambridge researcher behind Facebook data breach speaks out

(NEW YORK) -- Aleksandr Kogan, the Cambridge University researcher who collected information on millions of Americans through Facebook, said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony to lawmakers on Capitol Hill was "misleading."

In a live ... Read More

Protesters say Starbucks' ‘unconscious bias training’ isn’t enough

(PHILADELPHIA) -- Members of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity rallied at a Starbucks in Philadelphia on Sunday after their fraternity brother, Rashon Nelson, was arrested there earlier this month in an incident the city’s mayor called an example of... Read More

In new age of cyberwarfare, 'ungoverned' internet poses new threats to infrastructure, national security

(ATLANTA) -- The city of Atlanta was under attack.

Not by terrorists with guns or knives or vehicles as weapons -- but instead by hackers who in March disabled the city's public services with ransomware. The cyber offensive left Atlantans ... Read More

Starbucks' mass training after controversial arrests will focus on 'implicit bias'

(PHILADELPHIA) -- Hoping to quell calls for a national boycott, Starbucks stands to lose millions of dollars by shutting down thousands of stores for one afternoon in May to train employees on how to avoid racial bias after two black men were arreste... Read More

Honeymoon-bound newlywed gets well-wishes from United passengers, thanks to sister

(AUSTIN) -- When Kelli Schultz discovered that she'd be on the same flight as her newlywed sister en route to her honeymoon in New Zealand, she couldn't resist the opportunity to give her an extra special wedding gift.

With help from Unite... Read More

This company recycles event flowers and donates them to people in need

(NEW YORK) -- Weddings and events often have the most beautiful floral arrangements, but after the event is over, the arrangements can end up in the trash.

Former event planner Jennifer Grove is working to end that with her company Repeat ... Read More

After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?

(NEW YORK) -- Facebook has taken the lion's share of scrutiny from Congress and the media for its data-handling practices that allow savvy marketers and political agents to target specific audiences, but it's far from alone.

YouTube, Google an... Read More