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OK Cupid admits to experimenting on users

Did OkCupid hook you up with Mr. Wrong?

If you have been relying on OkCupid to connect you with someone compatible, you may be in for a shock.

The founder of the site admits that they've been testing the power of suggestion on some users by telling incompatible people that they would be a great match. And it worked. HLN's Jennifer Westhoven reports people did trust OkCupid and communicated more with the recommended matches.

'Batkid Begins' documentary planned for November 2015 release

'Batkid' headed to the big screen

Do you remember the 5-year-old who helped save San Francisco from villains in a Make-A-Wish event?

He became known as ‘Batkid’ after his big day went viral.

Houston burglar crawls through doggie door

Burglar goes in doggie door, out like a chump

Getting in to this house was easy for this alleged burglar, who just squeezed through the homeowner's doggie door.

It was his getaway that was a problem... apparently it was not just like 'riding a bike.'

File photo: Stephen A. Smith attends the Paley Prize Gala honoring ESPN's 35th anniversary presented by Roc Nation Sports on May 28, 2014 in New York City.

ESPN analyst: Comments were 'most egregious error'

Popular ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith has apologized for comments he made about domestic violence on the air. Smith was talking about Ray Rice, who was suspended by the NFL for 2 games after allegedly assaulting his wife. Some felt the punishment was too light.

Many were upset last week, when Smith seemed to suggest that victims were to blame.

Mayura Dissanyake says he saw the suspects attack his co-worker who was coming back from a bank run so he busted out the mixed martial arts.

MMA fighter whoops up on alleged crooks

A store clerk who dreams of becoming a UFC fighter unleashed a whoopin' on some would-be crooks.

It was caught on video.

US President Barack Obama chats with muscian Linda Ronstadt after presenting her with the National Medal of Arts during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House on July 28, 2014 in Washington, DC.

Obama admits boyhood crush on Linda Ronstadt

The leader of the free world had a crush on Linda Ronstadt!

President Obama revealed it yesterday at the White House during the National Medal of Arts ceremony.

Charles Mozdir's handgun

Fugitive featured on CNN show dead in NYC shootout

After more than two years on the run, a shootout in New York City was the end of the line for an accused child molester.

Charles Mozdir was featured on CNN’s "The Hunt with John Walsh" just eight days ago. That's when someone called in a tip on where to find him.

A suspected sex offender recently featured on CNN's "The Hunt" with John Walsh was killed Monday July 28, 2014 in Manhattan while police were attempting to arrest him on child molestation charges, according to two New York City law enforcement sources. Two U.S. Marshals and a New York City police officer were also wounded during the attempted arrest, a law enforcement official said. Charles Mozdir, 32, had been sought by authorities since June 2012.

Daily speed feed: Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Today's must-see, must-share stories as seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Marshals, NYPD officer hurt in shootout with fugitive (CNN)
- Tip during CNN's "The Hunt" helps investigators crack cold case

New imoji app lets you add custom made emoji to texts

Make yourself into an emoji!

The 'imoji' app (for iOS) allows you to take any photo and turn it into a "sticker" that you can add to a text!

Just snap a photo, crop out the part you want to highlight and then use the app to drop it into a text. Now you can skip the 'thumbs up' emoji and use a pic of you and your own thumbs instead!

File photo: Travelers stand in line at the ticket counters of the United Airlines terminal at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Illinois.

Earn cash for speeding up airport security

The TSA wants to hear your ideas on how to speed up the the Pre✓™ lines at airport security and it's offering $15,000 dollars for the best ones.

It's looking for out-of-the-box thinking.