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In the aftermath of his arrest Monday afternoon, sources close to George Zimmerman say he was lied to and framed by girlfriend Samantha Scheibe.

Zimmerman insiders say she may have faked her alleged pregnancy to keep him around, then framed him when she realized he was leaving her.

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According to a 911 call placed by Samantha Scheibe, he threatened her with a shotgun, smashed a glass coffee table and forced her out of their house.

Zimmerman, in his own 911 call (below), says she told him that she was pregnant but wanted to raise the baby alone, he agreed, and she flipped out.

Now TMZ cites sources claiming that George made it clear to Samantha he was leaving Florida, and her, before the pregnancy bombshell dropped.

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A rash of new "knockout game" incidents, in which teens assault strangers with the goal of knocking them out in one punch, have surfaced in recent weeks.

Community leaders are calling for an end to the violence after teenagers in New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia have been caught on camera.

Their violent actions have led to hospitalizations, and even deaths.

Approaching strangers and knocking them to the ground with one punch to the face or head, the brutal violence is all in the name of a game called "Knockout."

The "game" has also spread to Massachusetts, Illinois and Missouri.

A woman was approached eight males on bikes last week when one reached out, punched her in the head and rode away, NBC's News4 reported.

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The McCaughey siblings made history back in 1997 as the first set of septuplets - seven children conceived in the same womb together - to survive infancy.

Now, they're about to apply for seven driver's licenses.

That's the best part of turning 16, at least if you ask Kenny, Alexis, Natalie, Kelsey, Nathan, Brandon and Joel McCaughey ... though they'll still carpool a lot.

They only have one vehicle to share, after all.

It's hard to believe that 16 years ago, parents Kenny and Bobbi, and their big sister Mikayla, settled into a life of diapers, bottles and birthday cake.

All multiplied by seven. Today, they're more than siblings. They're best friends, and they always back each other up, forming a united front no matter what.

“We all just are able to ... to help each other,” Natalie said.

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Move over, Rob Ford.

Trey Radel is coming after your drug-based political headlines.

The Florida congressman was arrested yesterday and charged with cocaine possession after federal law enforcement officers caught Radel allegedly purchasing drugs from an undercover agent on October 29.

The congressman was informed that evening that the charge would be forthcoming.

In a statement, Radel did not mention whether or not he would resign, but did acknowledge an "extremely irresponsible choice" and added that he will seek treatment for substance abuse.

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Angelica McCall was riding an ATV with her husband and some friends in Utah when she nearly rode it to her premature death off a nearly 40-foot drop off.

She was just inches away from a fall that easily could've been fatal.

Fortunately, friend John Dumm sprang into action to pull her up, while her husband held onto her ATV so it wouldn’t fall onto her and push her off the cliff.

Incredibly, the ordeal was captured on the riders’ helmet cams, showing McCall at the edge of the 40-foot drop off while Dumm tries to pull her to safety.

Thanks to fast thinking, nobody was injured. Check out the report:

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Melissa Bachman, a Minnesota hunting show host, is causing global controversy, and debate, thanks to picture of herself posing with a lion she killed.

“An incredible day hunting in South Africa! Stalked inside 60-yards on this beautiful male lion,” Bachman tweeted along with the photo below. “What a hunt!”

Melissa Bachman, Lion Photo

The response was swift, including Facebook group devoted to “stopping” Melissa Bachman and several petitions, both in the United States and abroad.

“She is an absolute contradiction to the culture of conservation, this country prides itself on,” one petition from South Africa, where the kill took place, reads.

“We demand she no longer be granted access to this country and its resources.”

Although African lions aren’t considered endangered, conservationists are still up in arms over actions they feel are potentially devastating to the ecosystem.

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Virginia state senator and former gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds suffered serious injuries after being stabbed in the head and torso inside his home today.

Deeds, 55, was flown from his home in Bath County and is being treated at UVA Hospital in Charlottesville. The hospital says Deeds is in critical condition.

Officials also found his 24-year-old son, Gus, suffering injuries from a life-threatening gunshot wound. He later died at the scene, according to reports.

Virginia and national Democratic sources cited Virginia law enforcement authorities as alleging that Gus Deeds stabbed his father and shot himself.

That has not been officially confirmed by police, who say they are still searching for a motive, but they are not looking for any suspects at this point.

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Today marks the 150th anniversary of the historic Gettysburg Address by President Abraham Lincoln, one of the most famous speeches of all time.

On the Civil War battlefield in Pennsylvania, Lincoln's speech symbolized his presidency and the sacrifices made by Union and Confederate forces.

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, Civil War historian James McPherson, U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and others spoke to mark the 150th anniversary.

“Lincoln’s timeless words embodied and galvanized us as a nation," Congressman Scott Perry, R-Pa., said at the event held on the same hallowed ground.

"Everything we’ve achieved since that time was born out of the sacrifice of the soldiers that fought here and the patriots that followed in their footsteps."

Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was first delivered nearly five months after the major battle that left tens of thousands of men wounded, dead or missing.

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Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live ran a skit that parodied Rob Ford.

But, really, there's no greater parody of the Toronto Mayor than the man himself.

During a city council meeting on Monday, the politician - who has admitted to smoking crack during a drunken stupor - knocked over a councilwoman on the way to helping his brother, who had entered into a verbal confrontation with a spectator.

Watch the bizarre incident take place now:

Ford immediately apologized for his action, but then sat by as the council voted to strip the embattled mayor of many of his powers, while cutting the budget of his office by 60%.

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Jon Byler Dann survived the devastating tornado that struck Washington, Ill., by hunkering down in the basement with his four children, ages 8, 5, 2½ and 1½.

An important member of the family was still in harm's way, however.

Before the storm, as debris started to hit his house, Byler Dann says he had tried to coax the family dog, Maggie, into the safe room with the family.

The skittish animal refused to leave her kennel.

After the storm passed, Byler Dann emerged from the basement to find that his home of five years had been destroyed above him. Totally leveled.

Maggie was missing and presumed dead.

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