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Wells Fargo Museum Gold Robbers Used Two Cars in Heist

January 28, 2015 Featured, Photos No Comments

The FBI and San Francisco Police just released photos of three thieves who rammed their SUV into the lobby of the Wells Fargo Museum.

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Wells Fargo Museum Gold Robbers Used Two Cars in Heist

Japanese Twitter Users Mock ISIS With Internet Meme

January 23, 2015 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

Japanese Twitter users are facing their country’s hostage crisis by mocking ISIS with a nationwide photoshop battle.

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Japanese Twitter Users Mock ISIS With Internet Meme

Police Force Bans Use of Mug Shots for Target Practice

January 20, 2015 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

A South Florida police department under fire for using real photos for target practice has changed its policy.

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Police Force Bans Use of Mug Shots for Target Practice

Miss Lebanon Slammed for Selfie With Miss Israel

January 18, 2015 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

Miss Lebanon said she had been trying to avoid taking photos with Miss Israel, but Miss Israel initiated a selfie.

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Miss Lebanon Slammed for Selfie With Miss Israel

First Look Inside Kosher Grocery Store as Gunman Held Hostages

January 12, 2015 Featured, Photos No Comments

New photos show the terror inside the kosher grocery store in Paris while a gunman held customers hostage for hours on Friday.

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First Look Inside Kosher Grocery Store as Gunman Held Hostages

Photos: Parenting Is Exhausting

January 5, 2015 Featured, Photos No Comments

Photographer Danielle Guenther began capturing chaotic photos depicting the challenges of being a parent.

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Why Digital Photos Might Die Before Printed Ones

January 2, 2015 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

Hard drives break down, DVDs degrade, and all your digital memories go poof. Truth is, mixing digital storage with photos in a shoebox in the attic might still be the way to go.

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Why Digital Photos Might Die Before Printed Ones

Join the New Year’s Eve party with Anderson and Kathy

December 30, 2014 Featured, Photos, Video, World No Comments

AC360 is looking back at some of the funniest, craziest and most awkward moments that Anderson and Kathy shared celebrating New Year's Eve in Times Square. This year, you can be part of the action

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Awkward Family Photos: ‘Tis the Season

December 19, 2014 Featured, News, Photos No Comments

Check out these funny and unforgettable photos of folks celebrating the most awkward time of the year.

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Awkward Family Photos: ‘Tis the Season

How to Take Better Smartphone Photos This Thanksgiving

November 27, 2014 Featured, Photos No Comments

Whether you’re snapping family photos or drool-worthy shots of your feast, here are four quick tips to up your photo game this Thanksgiving.

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How to Take Better Smartphone Photos This Thanksgiving

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