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Danielle Wolf was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly cursing at her son in a South Carolina supermarket

Mom arrested for dropping 'F-bomb'

A mom accused of cursing at her kids in a South Carolina supermarket says she couldn't believe what happened next.

She was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, but she claims everybody's got it all wrong.

: 	An Amber Alert was issued late Wednesday in Oswegatchie for Delila Miller, 6, and her sister, Fannie, 12. They had been selling vegetables near their family farm, located about 50 miles southeast of the Canadian border.

Missing Amish girls found safe

Two missing Amish girls, ages 6 and 12, have been found safe after a frantic 24-hour search.

They vanished from their family's farm stand in northern New York, Wednesday.

File: The Ebola epidemic continues to ravage West Africa. This photo was taken in Kailahun, Sierra Leone in August 2014.

Daily speed feed: Friday, August 15, 2014

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

WHO: Ebola crisis 'vastly' underestimated (CNN)
- Disease has killed at least 1,069 people in Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone

Social media push aims to show the other side of Ferguson, Missouri with #ThisIsMyFerguson campaign

Ferguson: There's more to our town

For the past few days, the town of Ferguson, Missouri, has been the scene of police clashes with demonstrators, protesting the recent police shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

MORE: College students respond to Ferguson shooting

Danny's surprise proposal to Kalean live on Morning Express with Robin Meade

Couple loses 365 lbs., but gains an engagement ring!

A Pennsylvania couple lost a combined 365 pounds since the start of the new year. The pair took another huge step in their relationship Thursday when they got engaged, live on HLN!

We invited Danny and Kalean on the show to talk about their stunning weight loss, but Danny had much bigger plans!

File photo: English writer and broadcaster Robert Robinson holding the first volume of 'A Supplement To The Oxford English Dictionary', 24th March 1977. 50 new words have just been added to the online edition of the Oxford Dictionary.

Amazeballs! New dictionary words are cray cray!

Just in case you were wondering, 'side boob' is not hyphenated. We know this because that term [The side part of a woman’s breast, as exposed by a revealing item of clothing] is one of the 50 new words added to the online version of the Oxford Dictionary.

Also on the list:

Ben Crump represented Trayvon Martin's family, now is the attorney for Michael Brown's family

Trayvon atty: Ferguson shooting worst I've seen

The attorney who represented Trayvon Martin's family in Florida during the George Zimmerman murder trial now calls the family of Michael Brown his clients.

Brown is the unarmed 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a police officer last weekend in Ferguson, Missouri sparking several nights of violence in the community near St. Louis.

Teen lived in Walmart for days

Teen runaway lives in Walmart for days

A 14-year-old runaway secretly lived inside a Walmart for days!

J.D. Miles from HLN affiliate KTVT explains how he finally got caught.

File photo: Oregon 911 caller reports chicken trying to cross the road

911? This chicken can't cross the road!

Why did the chicken cross the road? Most people know the punchline from the corny joke, but now there's a new twist on the tale. Someone called 911 because a chicken COULDN'T cross the road!

HLN's Robin Meade has the call.

This undated image provided by Arizona state University shows Edward "Chip" Sarafin in Phoenix. Arizona State offensive lineman Sarafin has told a local magazine he is gay, making him the first active Division I football player to come out.

Arizona State lineman reveals he's gay

Edward "Chip" Sarafin, an offensive lineman at Arizona State, recently came out publicly, making him the first openly gay college football player.

HLN's Brian McFayden reports on how Edward "Chip" Sarafin is following in the footsteps of Michael Sam, who was drafted earlier this year by the St. Louis Rams.

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