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See: Girl plays rock game, sister 'sings' along

See: Girl plays rock game, sister 'sings' along

Perhaps we'll be banging our heads to this girl's music some day -- but it's her little sister that steals the show right now!

This viral video shows a 10-year-old playing a "Guitar Hero"-like game to a Slayer song, as her younger sister "sings" along. It's been viewed on YouTube more than 1 million times.  

'Sharknado 2' takes a bite out of the Big Apple

'Sharknado 2' takes a bite out of the Big Apple

Grab your chainsaw. "Sharknado 2:  The Second One" is about to hit the small screen Wednesday at 9/8 central.

It is the sequel to the Syfy network's original jaws-filled TV movie that sparked intrigue in the summer of 2013.  More than 2.1 million people saw the original Sharknado.   At the peak of viewing, there were more than 5,000 Sharknado tweets per minute.

Should medical marijuana be legalized?

Should medical marijuana be legalized?

Can medical marijuana actually save someone's life?

HLN's Christi Paul explored the question after a child at the center of the medical marijuana fight died. Now, the debate is intensifying across the nation. 

Kurbo app

App 'red lights' certain foods in your diet

Remember that game you played as a kid? Red light, Green light? 

Kurbo, the weight loss app designed for kids, is similar. The app helps you track your food and categorizes it as red (bad), yellow (proceed with caution), and green (good). It also helps you track exercise and physical activity.

Rapid Q&A: Fitness & nutrition edition

Rapid Q&A: Fitness & nutrition edition

We talk about fitness and nutrition on HLN Now every week as part of our “Get It Back In Gear Monday” series. But many of you still have questions about how to exercise and eat right. So, we asked celebrity fitness and nutrition expert Mark MacDonald to answer as many questions as we could fit into one segment!

He answers everything from “how to get started” to “how early and late can I eat?”

Writer explains starting #UnfollowAMan trend

Writer explains starting #UnfollowAMan trend

A new Twitter movement is gaining momentum, #UnfollowAMan. It is the brainchild of BuzzFeed staffer Katie Notopoulos, who has five simple ways you can "unfollow" any man that is getting on your last nerve.

Get your home video on TV!

Get your home video on TV!

HLN Now loves our viewers and followers. So we want to give you guys a chance to be on national TV! Upload your funny, your heartwarming, your "OMG" home videos on our Facebook page.

We'll sort them out and put them on air.

Peyton Manning dances like you thought he did

Peyton Manning dances like you thought he did

Peyton Manning may be known for his hand gestures and audibles at the line, but we're not sure what play he's calling with this dance.  

At the Denver Broncos' training camp, the NFL star broke out the moves when the team began playing "Rocky Top" over the loudspeakers. That song is an anthem of Manning's alma mater, the University of Tennessee. 

Video: See the length this man went to for his dog

Video: See the length this man went to for his dog

Scott Clare says he knew what he had to do when his puppy "Buck-O" was diagnosed with a heart defect.  

Clare packed up Buck-O and drove from their home in Bakersfield, California, to Cincinnati, Ohio, where a veterinarian performed a first-of-its-kind surgery to fix the heart. The pair are now back at home and Buck-O is on his way to a full recovery. 

Zimmerman back on 'patrol' in Florida?

Zimmerman back on 'patrol' in Florida?

Former neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman was spotted back on patrol this weekend in Central Florida, this time outside a store in Deland that sells motorcycles, guns and ammunition.

The owner of Pompano Pat’s sent a statement to CNN denying that Zimmerman, who was acquitted last year in the shooting death of unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin, was an employee.

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