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Florida woman arrested after twerking on top of her car

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Twerk it, girl.

Get your magic wand ready. The Harry Potter Magical Holiday Ball is coming to a Barnes and Noble near you!

An interracial couple in Cincinnati left to visit their daughter in Chicago. When they returned home, their house had been trashed and covered with “white power” graffiti.

Former Vice President Al Gore didn’t just meet with Donald Trump. He also met with Ivanka Trump, who some say will perform many of the duties typically handled by first ladies.

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking the federal government to cover some of the cost the city is expected to shell out for Trump’s security.

A New Jersey teen was arrested after posting a video to social media that appears to show her throwing a cat off a balcony while her friends laugh.

This guy punched a kangaroo in the face to save his dog!

A Boston resident is still missing after the Oakland warehouse fire.

And Oakland officials say a murder charge is possible.

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Six died overnight in Philly from a possibly bad batch of heroin prompting an investigation.

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Green Party’s Dr. Jill Stein held a news conference outside of Trump Tower today.

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Secretary of State John Kerry said Trump has not consulted with the State Department before contacting heads of countries, but that he really should.

Here’s your Oscars host!

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