6:18 p.m. ET: ABC News' Neal Karlinsky tweeted about a simulated plane crash test conducted by Discovery:
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1:01 p.m. ET: Are 'Smiles' the new 'Bath Salts'?
According to the LAPD, the Los Angeles area has seen a rise in the number of overdoses caused by Smiles, or 2C-I, a hallucinogenic synthetic drug. Read the full story HERE
11:58 a.m. ET: Brace for impact! That may be the best way to save your life in the event of a plane crash, a test crash found.
In one of the most ambitious tests ever undertaken in the name of airline safety, Discovery TV had a Boeing 727 equipped with more than a half a million dollars worth of crash test dummies, 38 specialized cameras and sensors, and a crew of incredibly daring pilots.
10:19 a.m. ET: EXCLUSIVE: "Nightline" anchor Cynthia McFadden caught up with the six-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift at her cover shoot for Glamour magazine, which will be featured in the magazine's November issue, out on newsstands nationwide on Oct. 9. Tune into "Nightline" tonight to watch Cynthia's exclusive sit down interview with Swift, and click HERE to read more about the cover shoot.