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Saturday January 10, 2015    01:13 PM
On Thursday, "Taken 3" star Maggie Grace, who plays Liam Neeson's daughter in the movies, told Conan O'Brien that Neeson is protective of her in real life, too. In fact, one time he even prank called one of her ex boyfriends as his "Taken" character. Oh, and she totally recorded it.

This is not a drill, people! Listen to what's it's like to be called by Liam Neeson's "Taken" character for real.

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Friday January 9, 2015    04:33 PM
Handsome leading man Rod Taylor died of natural causes Wednesday, his rep tells PEOPLE. He was 84.

The Australia-born movie star appeared in more than 50 Hollywood films throughout his career, from The Time Machine and The Train Robbers to The Catered Affair. More recently, he voiced Pongo in Disney's family-favorite 101 Dalmatians and played Winston Churchill in Inglourious Basterds.

His death was announced by his daughter, Felicia Taylor, a former correspondent and anchor for CNN and CNBC.

Mr. Taylor was only the second Australian actor, after Errol Flynn (who was born in Tasmania), to achieve major Hollywood stardom, though many moviegoers did not know his origins. He made more

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Friday January 9, 2015    11:41 AM
BOSTON - 9-year-old Sophie Fellows whose friends from a Vermont music school traveled to Boston Children’s Hospital to complete a holiday concert is recovering from surgery.

Sophie underwent surgery Friday to remove a brain tumor, the day after a concert at the hospital.

"When we were doing the concert, I didn't feel well, so I had to leave" Sophie admitted.

Sophie was to the doctor and diagnosed with a brain tumor then rushed to Boston Children's Hospital to get the tumor removed.

When her fellow musicians and their teacher heard about her pending surgery, they knew what they had to do. Several of them made the 3.5-hour trek to see Sophie, and ended up playing an entire concert

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Sunday January 4, 2015    11:31 AM
The 7-year-old girl who walked away from a small plane crash in western Kentucky used survival skills learned from her father. Four members of her family where killed in the crash.

Sailor Gutzler was the only survivor after her family's Piper twin-engine aircraft landed upside down in a wooded area in Lyon County on Friday, leaving her parents, sister and cousin dead. The resourceful girl was able to climb out of the devastating wreckage, lit a stick from the burning wing and with bleeding, and with broken bones, she was able to walk through the cold darkness to survive.

Second-grader Sailor Gutzler walked three-quarters of a mile through the woods and a creek before she knocked on a h

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Sunday January 4, 2015    11:25 AM
In La-la Land, you are surrounded by lots of “yes” men. But nobody pays us! So we’ll tell you like it is . . . if you made the list – check yo’self before you wreck yo’self.

That hair, that tongue, whatever the hell that was at the VMA’s . . . Miley needs someone in her camp to call her up and say “Girl, that ain’t cute.”

We all know that these are all publicity stunts, but seriously Miley… We all know that you have grown up, so it’s unnecessarily to shove your “maturity” into our faces…

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Wednesday December 31, 2014    02:42 PM
Shannon had the flu for about a week and a severe sore throat. Her parents took her to the hospital thinking it was strep but it was not. She had not been eating or drinking anything. The next morning her sister received a call from her father saying that she stopped breathing and her heart had stopped. Paramedics revived her and she was transported to a hospital where they attempted surgery. Tragically Shannon died.

Shannon Zwanziger, 17, first fell ill in early December. Her father, Terry Zwanziger, said the family feared Shannon had more than the common flu and told parents to trust their instincts.

“It was preventable,” he said. “I don’t want it to happen to anyone else. Our messa

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Wednesday December 31, 2014    12:59 PM
A medical mystery that had a family believing their toddler might have a brain tumor, or worse, was finally solved by using new technology at Duke University Medical Center.

Best of all, treatment for the child’s loss of muscle control turned out to be in the form of a vitamin.

Just days before starting chemotherapy for a presumed autoimmune disorder, two-year-old Cara Greene was taken to Dr. Vandana Shashi, a geneticist who was able to pinpoint a rare genetic disorder that would effectively respond to high doses of Vitamin B2.

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Wednesday December 31, 2014    12:56 PM
Veterans of the Vietnam war reconnected a few weeks ago after not having seen each other for almost 50 years. The two old friends lived around the corner from each other for nearly two decades, but didn’t know it.

They grew up in Detroit, got drafted and became friends when they went through basic training together before heading to Vietnam.

They lost track of each other there and never saw each other again. That was until October, when Watson learned that a neighbor he befriended a few years back was married to Brown.

The two old friends lived around the corner from each other for nearly two decades, but didn't know it.

"He came running out of the house and over to the corner,

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Wednesday December 31, 2014    12:50 PM
Joe Riquelme isn't too concerned with ornate Christmas wrapping.

Then again, he says, "Sometimes the best gifts come in the lamest packages." Like a plain white envelope he gave his parents for Christmas, for instance, which informed them he'd paid off their mortgage.

Sometimes the best gifts come in the lamest packages. Happy New Year!

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Wednesday December 31, 2014    12:45 PM
WISCONSIN - 17-year-old Audra Daniloff received a ticket when she was pulled over on her way to school in Wisconsin last month. The girl's father, Marc, had coordinated with the Saukville Police Department to surprise Audra with a trip to see her favorite band, Timeflies.

"I've got some good news, and I've got some bad news for you," the officer said after explaining he had pulled Audra over for rolling through a stop sign. "The bad news first is that I'm giving you two tickets, all right? The good news is that they're probably not the tickets you expect me to give you, OK?"

He then handed over a plane ticket to New York City and another to the concert, where she would meet members of

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