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Who Did Andi Dorfman Pick in the “Bachelorette” Finale?

Who Did Andi Dorfman Pick in the “Bachelorette” Finale?

ABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) — After an emotional two-hour finale of The Bachelorette on ABC Monday night, Andi Dorfman chose Josh Murray, accepting his marriage proposal and leaving fellow suitor Nick Viall stunned and heartbroken.Dorfman, a former district attorney, cried when she visited Viall to tell him he wasn’t her choice.Viall said he never saw the disappointment coming, telling her he woke up that morning confident about them.”Man, I really thought this was it,” Viall said from the back of an SUV as he was driven away after receiving the news. “I really thought she loved me.”With tears in his eyes, Viall said he thought he and Dorfman had something special. Earlier in the episode she had said their relationship was filled with passion.Later she had happier news for Murray, who, during the final rose ceremony, told her he wanted to give her the world.”Andi you are the answer to all of my prayers you are the answer to my dreams you are the woman I thought never existed in this world. All my worries they just seem to vanish when I’m with you,” Murray said.Dorfman told Murray that she was in love with him and wanted to spend her life with him and have children together.
The competition started with 25 eligible men vying for Dorfman’s hand. With the other men dismissed by Dorfman, Viall and Murray were last ones standing.She narrowed it down week by week to Murray, a 29-year-old former pro baseball player from Atlanta, and Viall, a 33-year-old software sales executive who lives in Chicago.This was the tenth edition of The Bachelorette.
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Kerry, Ukraine FM Condemn Pro-Russian Separatists

Kerry, Ukraine FM Condemn Pro-Russian Separatists

File photo. (ABC News)(WASHINGTON) — During a press conference with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin on Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that pro-Russian separatists have displayed an “appalling disregard for human decency” by allowing the remains of Malaysian Airlines crash victims to lay openly at the scene for days and barring international observers from accessing the site. Both Kerry and Klimkin said there is still debris and human remains at the crash site that need to be investigated. “They still can’t even ensure that all of the victims’ remains have been removed, and that is an unsupportable burden for any family to have to bear, and it is an unacceptable standard for behavior, period,” Klimkin said. Kerry added that the United States and the European Union are working on additional sanctions on Russia. When asked when they would be imposed, he responded “forthwith.”
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Kerry Addresses Critics, Says He’s Still Talking with Netanyahu

Kerry Addresses Critics, Says He’s Still Talking with Netanyahu

US Department of State(WASHINGTON) — Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday that he is still talking with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about achieving a lasting truce, saying the two men spoke again Monday night. “The prime minister talked to me about an idea and a possibility of a cease-fire, he raised it with me, as he has consistently,” Kerry said during a press conference with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. Kerry also dismissed the criticism that has been directed at him, including a blistering op-ed in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz that likened him to “an alien, who just disembarked his spaceship in the Mideast.”“I’ve taken hits before in politics; I’m not worried about that. This is not about me,” the almost three-decade veteran of the U.S. Senate said. The Israelis have made no secret of their problems with a draft proposal Kerry gave them last week, which they contend gave too many concessions to Hamas. Kerry suggested that in this last conversation with Netanyahu, the prime minister underscored his desire for Israeli forces to continue destroying tunnels Hamas has built across the border.The United States supports the Israel Defense Forces’ ability to do so, but that provision was not explicitly laid out in the proposal Kerry submitted to Israel last week.“What we put on the table, in fact, allowed Israel — let me make this clear — allowed Israel to continue to deal with these tunnels even as they were in a short-term cease-fire to try to see if there was a way to reach a sustainable cease-fire,” Kerry insisted.
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Warm Water Sparks Flesh-Eating Disease Warning

Warm Water Sparks Flesh-Eating Disease Warning

iStock/Thinkstock(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) — Florida health officials are warning beachgoers about a seawater bacterium that can invade cuts and scrapes to cause flesh-eating disease. Vibrio vulnificus — a cousin of the bacterium that causes Cholera — thrives in warm saltwater, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If ingested, it can cause stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea. But it can also infect open wounds and lead to “skin breakdown and ulceration,” according to the CDC. “Since it is naturally found in warm marine waters, people with open wounds can be exposed to Vibrio vulnificus through direct contact with seawater,” the Florida Department of Health said in a statement. The infection can also be transmitted through eating or handling contaminated oysters and other shellfish, according to the CDC. At least 11 Floridians have contracted Vibrio vulnificus so far this year and two have died, according to the most recent state data. In 2013, 41 people were infected and 11 died. The proportion of skin and gastrointestinal infections is unclear. Florida isn’t the only state to report Vibrio vulnificus infections. Alabama, Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi have also recorded cases, and a 2013 outbreak linked to contaminated shellfish sickened at least 104 people in 13 states, according to the CDC. Most people who contract Vibrio vulnificus infection recover with the help of antibiotics, but severe skin infections may require surgery and amputation, according to the CDC. People with weakened immune systems are also at risk for blood infections, which are fatal about 50 percent of the time, the CDC notes. The CDC recommends the following precautions to avoid Vibrio vulnificus infections:

Avoid exposing open wounds to warm saltwater, brackish water or to raw shellfish
Wear protective clothing when handling raw shellfish
Cook shellfish thoroughly and avoid food contamination with juices from raw seafood
Eat shellfish promptly after cooking and refrigerate leftovers

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Ebola Virus May Have Spread to a Fourth West African Nation

Ebola Virus May Have Spread to a Fourth West African Nation

Hemera/Thinkstock(ATLANTA) — The world’s deadliest Ebola outbreak continues to spread in the West African nations of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea and possibly one other.At least 1,093 people have contracted the deadly virus and 672 people have died, according to the latest numbers from the World Health Organization.Two American aid workers are among the victims of the growing outbreak, which has taken a heavy toll on health care providers treating the sick and working to contain the outbreak. Meanwhile, a top Liberian doctor also died this past weekend.Officials are also concerned after an infected man managed to board a plane from Liberia to Nigeria, potentially spreading the deadly virus to a fourth country.In an effort to stop the spread of the incurable disease, Liberia’s president has closed all but three land border crossings, restricted public gatherings and quarantined communities heavily affected by the Ebola outbreak.As for what this means for the U.S.,  Dr. Stephan Monroe at the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions told reporters Monday, “No Ebola cases have been reported in the United States and the likelihood of this outbreak spreading outside of West Africa is very low.”Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

What George Zimmerman Was Doing Outside Florida Gun Shop

What George Zimmerman Was Doing Outside Florida Gun Shop

File photo. (Seminole County Sheriff’s Office)(DELAND, Fla.) — Former neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman is back on patrol — and this time it’s at a gun store. Police found Zimmerman sitting in his dark colored truck outside of Pompano Pat’s, a store that sells firearms and motorcycles, just after midnight on Sunday, according to a DeLand, Florida police report. Zimmerman, who police said was “very cooperative,” explained to the responding officer that he had the owner’s permission to be on the property and was patrolling it since there had been a recent burglary. He provided officers with a phone number for Pat Johnson, the owner of the business who is also running for mayor in DeLand. Officers were unable to make contact with Johnson. According to the report, Zimmerman told officers that Johnson had asked him to leave his dog inside the business, however Zimmerman decided he and his dog would wait in the parking lot. He also told officers that “he was going to be around the business at night for an indeterminate amount of time,” the report said. Sam Porter, an employee of Pompano Pat’s, told ABC News that Zimmerman is not an employee and is not being paid to patrol the business.“George is a really nice guy and really tries to help folks out,” Porter said. “I felt he was trying to do something nice.” Pompano Pat’s had offered Zimmerman a free gun after he was acquitted of murder last year. Zimmerman maintained self-defense when he shot and killed an unarmed teenager, Trayvon Martin, in Sanford, Florida on Feb. 26, 2012.
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Boehner Shoots Down Impeachment Talk, Blasts Dems

Boehner Shoots Down Impeachment Talk, Blasts Dems

ABC News(WASHINGTON) — House Speaker John Boehner shot down talk of impeachment once again Tuesday, raising his voice as he blamed Democrats for trying to push the idea for political gain.“We have no plans to impeach the president. We have no future plans,” Boehner said, answering a question from ABC News at a press conference. “Listen, it’s all a scam started by Democrats at the White House.”A scam or not, Democrats say they are raising record amounts of money over the threat of impeaching President Obama. Republican leaders have repeatedly said they have no plans to call for articles of impeachment. But they are moving forward with a lawsuit against the president, accusing him of overreaching his executive authority, which has kept the talk of impeachment alive. The House is set to approve this rare lawsuit in a vote Wednesday.On the Senate floor Tuesday, Majority Leader Harry Reid also seized on the impeachment idea.“We shouldn’t be off on the tracks of impeachment and suing the president,” Reid said. “We should be legislating.”Democratic leaders have flooded supporters with fundraising appeals, including one that said: “House Republicans Refuse to Rule Out Impeachment.” The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee said it raised $2.1 million in online contributions last weekend alone.Boehner blasted Democrats at a press conference Tuesday for misleading Americans.“This whole talk about impeachment is coming from the president’s own staff and coming from Democrats on Capitol Hill,” Boehner said. “Why? Because they’re trying to rally their people to give money and to show up in their year’s elections.”
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NCAA Settles Concussion Lawsuit

NCAA Settles Concussion Lawsuit

Joe Robbins/Getty Images(CHICAGO) –  The NCAA has agreed to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former college athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma while playing sports.
One thing about the fund is that it covers men and women who played multiple contact sports, including football, soccer, and hockey. 
College sports’ governing body also agreed to implement a single return-to-play policy spelling out how all teams must treat players who received head blows, according to a Tuesday filing in U.S. District Court in Chicago.
“I wouldn’t say these changes solve the safety problems, but they do reduce the risks,” Chicago attorney Joseph Siprut said Tuesday. “It’s changed college sports forever.”
He also said that stricter rules should help ensure the viability of football by calming the fears of parents who are currently inclined to not let their kids play.
“Changes were necessary to preserve the talent well of kids that feeds the game of football,” he said. “Absent these kinds of changes, the sport will die.”
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Airlines Report Strong Second Quarter Earnings

Airlines Report Strong Second Quarter Earnings

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — The airline industry is making more money after several difficult years during the recession. United Airlines, Delta and American Airlines all reported record second quarter profits, thanks to increased fares and fees.“It is hard to believe that less than eight months ago, American [Airlines] was in bankruptcy yet today we are reporting record profits, prepaying debt, making additional pension contributions and declaring dividends to shareholders,” said the company’s CEO Doug Parker in a message to employees.
Major mergers could mean less competition on many routes, potentially leading to more fare increases as the economy improves. A number of other U.S. carriers also posted strong second quarter earnings.
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Maksim Chmerkovskiy Avoids Questions about Dating Jennifer Lopez

Maksim Chmerkovskiy Avoids Questions about Dating Jennifer Lopez

ABC/Craig Sjodin(NEW YORK) — He may have shown up to her 45th birthday party, but don’t expect Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy to talk about those rumors that he’s dating Jennifer Lopez.After the dancer was spotted celebrating with J-Lo last Thursday in New York’s Hamptons, People magazine caught up with him Saturday night at his performance of Sway: A Dance Trilogy, and asked him point blank if he was dating Lopez.”I’m just focused on dancing,” he retorted. “I’m not interested in talking about anything other than the show.”Chmerkovskiy split from swimsuit model Kate Upton in December after six months of dating. Lopez split with dancer Casper Smart last month after dating for a few years.
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Lisa Kudrow Shows Up for Jury Duty, Gets Dismissed

Lisa Kudrow Shows Up for Jury Duty, Gets Dismissed

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Lisa Kudrow reported for jury duty at Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, but the former Friends star managed to get dismissed the same day.According to TMZ, the 50-year-old actress went all day without being selected for a jury panel. That automatically qualifies potential jurors for dismissal in L.A. County.Sources tell the gossip website Kudrow sat quietly in the jury pool room, wearing a comfortable pair of loafers. The sources add that while some of the other jurors were star struck, Kudrow was friendly to everyone.
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Lions Table Ndamukong Suh Contract Talks

Lions Table Ndamukong Suh Contract Talks

NFL via Getty Images(ALLEN PARK, Mich.) –  The Detroit Lions have announced that they will table contract discussions with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh until after the season.
“I think it’s the right thing for us to do,” Lions president Tom Lewand said Monday. “It’s the right thing for the team. It’s the right thing for everybody involved and it allows us to keep the focus where it belongs.”
“We have a high degree of confidence that we can work out something that will be mutually satisfactory at the right time and the goal hasn’t changed in the least,” he added.
This year marks the last year of Suh’s five-year rookie contract. Suh will have a cap number of $22.5 million this season.  The goal remains to ink the 27-year-old to a long-term deal after the season.
The Lions drafted Suh with the No. 2 pick in the 2010 NFL draft.
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Gas Prices Continue Decline Through Summer Driving Season

Gas Prices Continue Decline Through Summer Driving Season

iStock/Thinsktock(WASHINGTON) — For many Americans, a long distance car trip is a cheaper option than flying as gas prices are falling quickly across the country.
The U.S. Energy Department says the average price of regular gas fell 5 cents a gallon l…

Three-Hour Tour Turns into Night at Sea for Stranded Whale-Watchers

Three-Hour Tour Turns into Night at Sea for Stranded Whale-Watchers

iStock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) — A whale-watching boat was stranded 13 miles off the coast of northern Massachusetts overnight after the boat’s propeller got tangled in a tagline.More than 160 people were aboard the boat, part of a three-hour whale-watching trip with Boston Harbor Cruises.The group was supposed to return at about 4:30 p.m. Monday — but the vessel, named the Cetacea, never made it back to shore. About 10 minutes into the return trip, the Cetacea got stuck.Coast Guard crews responded as the passengers were forced to spend a long night at sea.Divers cut the boat free Tuesday morning, allowing the boat to move again. It was expected that the boat would arrive at about 7:30 a.m.All of the passengers are all right, a Boston Harbor Cruises spokesperson said.The company is compensating passengers for their troubles. Each passenger will receive $500 in cash, a $100 gift card for another trip, and a full refund, about $50. The company will also pay to re-book any passengers who missed flights Tuesday morning.
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Israeli Airstrikes Slam Gaza; Power Plant Shelled

Israeli Airstrikes Slam Gaza; Power Plant Shelled

iStock/Thinkstock(JERUSALEM) — Israel slammed Gaza with a barrage of airstrikes overnight, the heaviest bombardment in the three-week conflict.Symbols of Hamas control came under fire, including TV headquarters, government offices and the home of a top leader. Israel said it targeted over 70 sites and hit 10 “terror operatives.”Israeli troops also shelled Gaza Strip’s only power plant, hitting a fuel tank and causing the plant to shut down. Fire burned following the attack, with heavy smoke rising over Gaza City. Engineer Fatahi Khalil, from the electricity company, confirmed that it will take a year to fix the power plant. The damage will be assessed at a later time, he said.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Monday in a televised speech of a “prolonged” campaign in Gaza.Hamas also signaled defiance. Ismail Haniyeh, the Hamas leader whose house was struck in an airstrike early Tuesday, said in a statement that “destroying stones will not break our determination.”The tough words by both sides came amid mounting international appeals for an unconditional cease-fire.However, Hamas has said it will not stop fighting until it wins international guarantees that a seven-year-old border blockade of Gaza will be lifted. Israel said its troops will not leave Gaza until they have demolished several dozen Hamas military tunnels under the Gaza-Israel border. Late Monday, Netanyahu signaled that Israel is intensifying its air- and ground campaign.The overall Gaza death toll rose past 1,100, according to the Palestinian health ministry, with another 6,500 injured.The Israeli military said five of its soldiers were killed Monday, raising the total death toll on the Israeli side to 56, including 53 soldiers.
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Young Hollywood Awards Ceremony Airs

Young Hollywood Awards Ceremony Airs

“Fault in Our Stars” (Fox)(LOS ANGELES) — The Young Hollywood Awards were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles, but the ceremony was broadcast Monday night on the WB. Viewers saw Ansel Elgort and Chloe Grace Moretz win awards for fan favorite actor and actress, respectively.The movie The Fault in Our Stars won a total of three awards, including favorite flick and best onscreen couple for stars Shailene Woodley and Elgort.On the TV side, Orange Is the New Black scooped up three trophies, including most bingeworthy TV show. Danielle Brooks, who plays Tasha “Taystee” Jefferson in the series, won the award for Breakthrough Actress and Pablo Schrieber received the We Love to Hate You trophy for his character George “Pornstache” Mendez.Kelly Osbourne hosted the ceremony.Here are the winners in select categories:Fan Favorite Actor: MaleAnsel ElgortFan Favorite Actor: FemaleChloe Grace MoretzBreakthrough ActorDylan O’BrienBreakthrough ActressDanielle BrooksBest ThreesomeThe Vampire Diaries, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Paul WesleyBest On-Screen CoupleShailene Woodley & Ansel Elgort, The Fault in Our StarsBest BromanceJonah Hill & Channing TatumSuper SuperheroKellan Lutz, The Legend of HerculesWe Love to Hate YouPablo Schreiber, Orange Is the New BlackBingeworthy TV ShowOrange Is The New BlackFavorite FlickThe Fault in Our StarsReality RoyaltyThe Bachelor and The BacheloretteCuz You’re FunnyAmy SchumerHottest Body (of Work)Derek HoughTrendsetter AwardVanessa Hudgens#SocialMediaSuperstarAshley TisdaleCoolest Crossover ArtistNick JonasHottest Music ArtistEd SheeranBreakout Music ArtistSam SmithChamp of Charity AwardJustin BieberFollow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Michael Douglas Reveals He Lost 40 Pounds During His Cancer Treatment

Michael Douglas Reveals He Lost 40 Pounds During His Cancer Treatment

ABC News (NEW YORK) — In 2010, Michael Douglas was devastated to learn that he had stage-four cancer.Speaking to a group of doctors at the International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies’ 5th World Congress in New York City on Sunday, he spoke about his grueling experience with the disease and how it affected him.”When I learned that I had stage-four cancer, I’m pretty sure that my eyes rolled into the back of my head,” he said during the event’s opening ceremony. “From the little I knew, this wasn’t good. And I think that was probably the scariest moment I faced.”Douglas, 69, told the crowd that he was misdiagnosed three times, after experiencing gum pain behind his molars. When a CAT scan confirmed his doctor’s suspicion that it was cancer, it was determined that the Oscar winner would be treated at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, near his home.”I went through seven weeks of radiation and chemotherapy, which somehow seemed very accurately mapped to the seven circles of hell,” he recalled. “Each week I sank a little lower and I felt a little — no, I felt a lot worse.”Because he opted not to have surgery that would put a feeding tube in his stomach (“[It] would have had consequences for swallowing and taste later on,” he explained), Douglas lost 40 pounds. However, he worked regularly with a nutritionist to help him keep his weight up, and he credited his team of physicians for being brutally honest with him throughout his treatment — something he said helped him maintain a necessary sense of control.”The doctors and nurses at Sloan Kettering had warned me not to expect to feel great the moment those seven weeks were over — that there would be another five weeks of feeling pretty awful until I could even hope to improve,” he said. “All of that was enormously important. Like a soldier, I prepared for battle. …It was my job to toughen up and get ready for the treatment and later on for my recovery, and that’s what I was able to do.”Douglas’ wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, also spoke at the event. According to the New York Daily News, she remarked that when she learned of Douglas’ diagnosis, “I was a mess. I’ll be quite frank, I was a mess.”However, Zeta-Jones said, “When I’m married to a man who has such a conviction for life…he fights to make the wrongs right. For the first time, he was fighting for his life.”Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Jay Leno to Be Mentor on “Last Comic Standing”

Jay Leno to Be Mentor on “Last Comic Standing”

Jeff Riedel/NBC(LOS ANGELES) — Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno will be the final comic mentor of the season as the “Title Round” of Last Comic Standing kicks-off Thursday on NBC.Only five comics remain in the competition, and the “Last Comic Standing” will walk away with a prize package worth $250,000, including a cash award, a talent contract and a development deal for a television show.The comedians will meet Leno in Las Vegas, and the final five get to ask the veteran comic a variety of questions about stand-up comedy.The finalists will then perform all new sets for judges Roseanne Barr, Keenen Ivory Wayans and Russell Peters, who will determine which four are advancing to the next round, and which comic is headed home. The season eight finale of Last Comic Standing will air Aug. 14.Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino Must Reportedly Undergo Anger Management

Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino Must Reportedly Undergo Anger Management

ABC News (MIDDLETOWN, N.J.) — Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has reportedly accepted a plea deal in connection with an arrest last month for allegedly getting into a “fist fight” with his brother at a New Jersey tanning salon.TMZ reports the former Jersey Shore star, agreed to undergo 12 weeks of anger management classes. Upon completion, a judge in Middletown, New Jersey, will review the case and most likely reduce the assault charge to disorderly conduct.Edward Fradkin, Sorrentino’s attorney, told the gossip site his client will take the classes on a “one-on-one basis.”On June 17, a customer at Sorrentino’s Boca Tanning Salon called police to report the reality star had gotten into a fight with his older brother Frank, according to 911 tapes obtained by ABC News.A video posted by TMZ shows Sorrentino explaining the fight happened because “brother Frank, the HR was not running the store correctly, so I had to go in there and clean house.” He joked that his brother Frank, “Don’t look too good.”Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Marvel to Release Three New “Star Wars” Comic Book Titles

Marvel to Release Three New “Star Wars” Comic Book Titles

Fox(LOS ANGELES) — Get ready for new Star Wars comic books.  Lucasfilm Ltd. and Marvel Entertainment have announced three new comic book titles for the sci-fi franchise, starting in January 2015 with Star Wars by writer Jason Aaron. Aaron tells Marvel.com, “Every story is about the characters, and we’ll focus on all the old favorites. There will be big moments for everyone, from Han to R2-D2. But a major part of the narrative will be driven by Luke Skywalker and his journey of discovery, a journey that will decide the fate of the entire galaxy.”In February 2015, the comic Darth Vader will be released, followed by the five-issue limited series Princess Leia in March. The movie Star Wars — Episode VII opens worldwide on Dec. 18, 2015.Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

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