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Conference set in ex-Oklahoma inmate's lawsuit over erection

A former Oklahoma inmate who filed a $5 million lawsuit accusing jail authorities of refusing him treatment for a painful erection that lasted four days might be about to settle

Rare Pod of White Dolphins Caught on Camera…

Just don't call any of them "Flipper." Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

'Curse Of La Llorona' Beats Box-Office…

There were only two films brave enough to stand in the week before "Endgame" hits the box office: "The Curse of La Llorona" and "Breakthrough."

Trump To Visit The UK For A State Visit In June

Buckingham Palace announced Tuesday that the president had accepted the queen's invitation for a state visit.

Kim Kardashian SLAMS Lori Laughlin As Olivia Jade…

Kim Kardashian SLAMMED Lori Laughlin for paying her daughters way into school… Olivia Jade is unfazed by the hate her parents are getting..she was seen partying recently while her parents await their prison sentence. Finally, Nash Grier and his fiancee, Taylor, announced that they’re expecting their FIRST BABY! All this YouTube news coming up right now, stick around.

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Nicolas Cage's 96-Hour Marriage Will Cause Years…

Nicolas Cage was only married to Erika Koike for four days , but she still wants spousal a lot of cash.

Hospital settles 3 lawsuits in excessive dose claims

The Ohio hospital system where an intensive care doctor is accused of ordering excessive painkiller doses for dozens of patients is settling three of the resulting wrongful-death lawsuits

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US stocks move broadly higher as earnings reports…

US stocks rise broadly as major companies issue a stream of solid earnings reports

Attorney: Fake German heiress had 'ambitious…

A defense attorney says fake German heiress Anna Sorokin was merely "buying time" and intended to pay back the friends and banks she's accused of swindling

Florida Senate passes bill expanding armed teachers program

The Florida Senate passed a bill that will expand a program that allows some trained teacher volunteers to carry guns in schools

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Disney World Now Offers a Vegan & Vegetarian Food…

Looks like a trip to Disney World just got a little bit magical.. At least for vegans and vegetarians! Buzz60's Natasha Abellard has the story.

Writers Guild Of America Sues Major Talent…

The disagreements stem from deviations in the usual commission agreement. The Writers Guild says the changes create conflicts of interest.

US Expands Investigation Into Air Bag…

A malfunction in the air bag control unit can cause the air bag to not be deployed during crashes.

Tristan Thompson REFUSING To Speak To Khloe…

Tristan Thompson reportedly refuses to speak to Khloe Kardashian face to face, making this whole co-parenting thing pretty difficult. And Khloe has an unlikely supporter on her side...Tristan's mom. She's been begging the athlete to step up to his daddy duties. Plus, Scott Disick is getting JEALOUS that Kourt's warming back up to Younes Bendjima…but she was with ANOTHER ex at the family easter affair in the desert. The KarJenners got busy this weekend, and I've got the full report coming up in just a second.

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Zoo investigates animal handling after tiger…

Officials are investigating animal handling protocols after a Sumatran tiger attacked and seriously injured a Kansas zookeeper as she was cleaning the animal's enclosure

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Markets Right Now: Stocks open higher as earnings roll in

Stocks are opening broadly higher on Wall Street as company earnings reporting season gets into full swing.

Large, exotic bird that killed Florida man to be…

A large, flightless bird that fatally attacked a Florida man is among some 100 exotic animals from his estate now up for auction

Settlement allows Minnesota boys to dance competitively

Minnesota boys will be allowed to compete alongside girls on high school dance teams starting the next school year, following the settlement of a lawsuit against the Minnesota State High School League that claimed sexual discrimination