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Safe ending: Football fan's strange trip

Safe ending: Football fan's strange trip

The odd case of missing Denver Broncos fan Paul Kitterman has come to a safe ending, but there are still many unanswered questions. 

After receiving a tip Tuesday night, police found the 53-year-old Kitterman in a K-Mart parking lot, more than 100 miles from the Broncos' Sports Authority Field. This comes five days after his family reported he went missing in the middle of the October 23rd Broncos game.

Nightmare child abduction investigations

Nightmare child abduction investigations

Having your child abducted is horrible enough.  One mother has spent nearly two decades looking for her daughter, only to hit dead-end after dead-end.

NYC Penthouse

What does a $95 million penthouse look like?

These are two of the most watched and shared videos and images this week.

If you have $95 million to spend, if you got it like that, you'll want to go to New York and buy this penthouse because it has an amazing view!

Charles Barkley: 'blacks are brainwashed'

Charles Barkley: 'blacks are brainwashed'

NBA Hall of Famer and TNT commentator, Charles Barkley, has never been one to shy away from sensitive topics, not even race.  In a recent Philadelphia radio interview, Barkley's latest verbal bomb blew up on Twitter.  Amongst other comments, Barkley said, "We as black people are never going to be successful, not because of you white people, but because of other black people."  

Two opposing African American views were posted on Twitter by Kelley Jackson, whose blood line has deep roots in the Civil Rights era and Dr. Steve Perry, founder of Capital Preparatory School.  They continue their online conversation with HLN Now's host, Yasmin Vossoughian.

Why Ebola is like a kitchen fire

Why Ebola is like a kitchen fire

Earlier this week, some states enacted mandatory quarantine orders for health care workers who are returning from Ebola-stricken countries. 

Many people in the medical world are very upset about it. They say these quarantine orders deter people from going to West Africa and helping to fight the deadly disease.

Broncos fan vanishes during game

Broncos fan vanishes during game

Last Thursday, Paul Kitterman attended the Broncos-Chargers game in Denver with his stepson and a couple of friends. During halftime they all met near the bathrooms. Everything seemed normal and Kitterman appeared happy to be there. Kitterman's son went to the bathroom as the friends and Kitterman parted ways, agreeing to meet after the game. When his son came out of the bathroom, Kitterman was gone. No one has seen him since.

Police say they're treating this as a missing persons case but are also entertaining the possibility that Kitterman walked away on his own. We've done some digging. Here's what we know.

Netflix vs. the Box Office

Netflix vs. the Box Office

A battle is brewing in Hollywood with movie theaters waging war on Netflix and the outcome could change everything.

DIY Halloween baby costumes

DIY Halloween baby costumes

   Still trying to come up with Halloween costumes for you or your kids? How about trying a DIY costume this year? Mommy blogger and YouTube star Amanda Boyle of GlamMandie.com shows us 3 pint-sized creations that are sure to get people ooh'ing and aah'ing!

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Mom & daughter break free from yo-yo dieting

Mom & daughter break free from yo-yo dieting

It's #TransformationTuesday. Today, we're featuring Kelli Bonomo. Her story is one many of you can relate to. Kelli would gain weight, go on a diet, then gain the weight back. She continued on this path for years. Then one day, she decided to join HLN's 8-Week Transformation Challenge.

Kelli lost a total of 30 lbs, 13% body fat and 11 inches. Six months later, she's lost five more pounds and is holding steady at her goal weight of 165 lbs. Kelli's success inspired her daughter, Kaytlyn, to take on the 8-Week Challenge. Kaytlyn had gained 50 pounds after her father died a year and a half ago and was ready for a change.

It's a Halloween dog fashion show!

It's a Halloween dog fashion show!

It’s nearly Halloween and the whole family is dressing up, and we do mean the entire family. That includes our pets. In fact, according to the National Retail Federation, 23 million Americans will dress their animals in costumes this year. All in all, we’ll spend $350 million dollars turning our friendly pets into ghosts and ghouls.

Looking for inspiration? Check out our Halloween Doggie Fashion Show!  The costumes are available at Wag.com.  A portion of the sales of the Animal Planet costumes supports their R.O.A.R. (Reach Out, Act, Respond) national charity campaign.

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