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Nebraska carries out its first execution since 1997
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2018-08-14    219 views
A convicted killer in Nebraska was executed
on Aug. 14.

Moore robbed and killed 2 cab drivers in 1979.

He mouthed “I love you” to his family members
before he lost consciousness.

This is the state’s first execution in 21 years.

Fentanyl was used in this lethal injection.

No state has done this before.

Nebraska still has 10 inmates on death row.
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Jack Ryan Edwards
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2018-08-14    0 views
At one grocery store in Baton Rouge, a store employee’s single action has touched the hearts of many people online.

When Jack Ryan Edwards visited Rouses, a grocery store in Baton Rouge,

the 17-year-old took interest in an employee who was stocking shelves in the freezer section.

“Something in the back of my mind was just like, ‘Ask if he wants to help you,'” thought Jordan Taylor, the 20-year-old store employee.

Jack Ryan—his sister Delaney Edwards Alwosaibi calls him Ziggy—has autism,

so when Jordan asked if he would like to help him stock the shelves not only was Ziggy thrilled with the offer, but so was his family.

“He could have made an excuse and said he couldn’t allow him to help."

"Instead, he let him have his moment and in turn gave my family a moment we will never forget."

“It might seem like nothing to others, but as you can hear my dad say in the video, ‘I’m watching a miracle right now.'”

Since Alwosaibi’s post has gone viral, both Jack Ryan and Jordan have received positive news.

Jack Ryan was offered a part time job at Rouses, which he accepted.

“The thing that struck me most was Jordan’s demeanor during the encounter,”

“What Jordan did for Jack Ryan was beautiful, but Jack also changed Jordan’s life forever.""

"… That’s where God comes in.”
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'Golden State Killer' Charged with 13th Murder
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2018-08-14    75 views
The alleged "Golden State Killer," Joseph DeAngelo,
has been charged with a 13th murder.

Officials announced on Aug. 13 that DeAngelo
murdered Claude Snelling, a journalism professor.

[[CHIEF JASON SALAZAR / VISALIA POLICE]]
"We are confident through the information
obtained from victims and witnesses,
through thorough examination
and specific modus operandi in these cases,
through the development of physical evidence,
and by linking a firearm stolen from the Ransacker burglary
that was used in the Claude Snelling murder,
that Joseph DeAngelo is the man responsible for these crimes.

Snelling was shot in September 1975 while trying
to stop the kidnapping of his 16-year-old daughter.

He also committed dozens of rapes and home
invasions during the 1970s and 1980s, officials said.
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Man crashes plane into own house
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2018-08-14    204 views
A man who died after crashing a plane into a Utah
home was previously arrested for domestic violence.

Duane Youd crashed the plane into the home where
his wife and adult son were staying.

He was arrested and released on bail
hours before the crash, police said.
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Speculation that Idris Elba is next James Bond
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2018-08-13    35 views
Idris Elba was once again rumored
to be taking over the role of James Bond.

An article in The Daily Star reignited talk that Elba
was the actor at the forefront to become Bond.

The British actor responded vaguely via Twitter,
telling his followers “Don’t believe the HYPE.”

Elba’s tweets in response caused
even more speculation.

Daniel Craig’s last movie as James Bond
is rumored to be 2019’s “Bond 25.”

Fans and the media have speculated for years
that Elba could replace him.

In the past Elba stated via Reddit that he would
play Bond if the role was ever offered to him.
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Diarrhoea, asthma are new health concerns faced by Indonesia quake evacuees
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2018-08-12    2 views
Mahsan endured an "extraordinary" pain for 24 hours after his foot was struck by fallen objects in the 6.9 magnitude quake that hit Indonesia's Lombok last week.

Like many who live in remote village in northern Lombok where most of its medical facilities were also damaged, Mahsan was left feeling helpless and without treatment for a day.

"The pain was extraordinary and the blood wouldn't stop," Mahsan, who goes by one name like many Indonesians, told Reuters on Saturday (August 11) six days after the quake in a makeshift hospital set up near his village.

But medical practitioner warned that treating patients with fractured bones was just the beginning as other health issues like diarrhoea and asthma attacks have started to affect thousands of homeless evacuees now staying in relief camps.

Due to poor sanitation and lack of clean water source, many evacuees, especially children have sought treatment for various illnesses.

Medical teams are also concerned for people living in remote areas, who are not receiving proper treatment.

At least 387 people have been killed in the powerful quake, latest data from disaster mitigation agency showed.
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Ten people in hospital after Manchester shooting
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2018-08-12    99 views
Police in Manchester said 10 people injured after shooting at Caribbean Carnival early on Sunday (August 12) sustained no life-threatening injuries and one of them discharged themselves from hospital.

Chief Superintendent Wasim Chaudhry said most of the injuries had been caused by pellets, which police attribute to the possible discharge of a shotgun.

Investigation was underway at the scene of shooting in the Claremont Road area of Manchester's inner-city Moss Side neighbourhood and Chaudhry said police were investigating attempted murder.

A statement on the Greater Manchester Police website said two children were among those injured and one individual is in stable, but serious condition after suffering injuries to their legs.

Moss Side is historically one of Britain's most deprived areas and experienced a high rate of gang related shootings until the mid-2000s.
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NASA launches probe to go deep into Sun's scorching atmosphere
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2018-08-12    347 views
This is the moment NASA launched its expedition to quote "touch the sun".
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VP Pence outlines plan for new space force by 2020
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2018-08-09    10 views
"As Commander in Chief, President Trump's highest priority is the safety and security of the American people. And while too often, previous administrations all but neglected the growing security threats emerging in space, President Trump stated clearly and forcefully that space is in his words, a war fighting domain just like land and air and sea. And just as we've done in ages past, the United States of America under his leadership will meet the emerging threats on this new battlefield with American ingenuity and strength to defend our nation, protect our people and carry the cause of liberty and peace into the next great American frontier."
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School Bus Hit in Airstrike, at Least 30 Children Dead
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2018-08-09    2K views
Airstrikes hit a bus in the Houthi-held city of Dahyan, north Saada, Yemen, on August 9, killing and injuring dozens, many of them schoolchildren, according to Houthi-affiliated media and rthe International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Yemen.

An ICRC-supported hospital received dozens of dead and wounded people, authorities there reported. A pro-Houthi media outlet said 39 people were killed and 51 were injured, mostly children, though Storyful could not independently verify those numbers.

The bus was carrying students and teachers for a summer course in the city of Dahyan, the Houthi-affiliated Ansar Allah media organisation reported.
This footage was released by Houthi-affiliated media and includes graphic scenes of the aftermath of the strikes in Dahyan city in Saada province.

Houthi media blamed the Saudi-led coalition for the strikes.

The Saudi-led coalition released a statement on the same day saying: “The targeting that took place in the province of Saada today was a legitimate military action to target elements that planned and carried out attacks on civilians yesterday night in the city of Jazan that killed and wounded civilians. It was implemented in accordance with international humanitarian law and customary rules.”
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2 dead, 4 injured in North Philadelphia shooting
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2018-08-09    58 views
Two people died and four were hurt

in a shooting in Philadelphia.

Police haven’t found a motive.


[RICHARD ROSS/PHILADELPHIA POLICE COMMISSIONER]

"We as far as we know people were just standing out here congregating. We have no idea what this is about. All we know is this is another example of senseless violence.”

A suspect hasn’t been arrested.
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Trent Miller
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2018-08-09    0 views
Michelle Miller’s son Trent was always an active and energetic boy.

But everything changed in middle school
When suddenly, Trent’s throat started to make a weird noise.

Trent didn’t know what was going on.
Neither did anyone else around him.

The involuntary noise got louder
and then more frequent.

Michelle took him out of school to see a doctor
where he was diagnosed with tic disorder
also known as Tourette’s Syndrome.

He tried to hold it in.
But all that did was result in a tic attack -
- where the body later tries to release the tic all at once.

To make matters worse, the first time it happened was when Trent just returned to school.
He didn’t last even one period before he burst out of the classroom and into the hallway, where he had an attack for over 15 minutes.

Imagine the feeling right before you sneeze - and that pressure building and building and building -
That’s what Trent says the tics feel like, only in different parts of the body where the tics occur.

The disease symptoms got worse: involuntary blinking, rolling his wrists, grinding his tongue against his teeth. It was not only embarrassing, but painful too. The tics resulted in painful blisters covering his tongue.

Trent stopped going out in public.

"My life was now MRI scans, doctor appointments, and struggling day after day," Trent said.

But Trent was determined to get better.
Over time, he learned how to do reversals.

Reversals are simple actions that used the
Same parts of his body that developed tics, but in a way
Where it’s not disruptive or painful.

For example, he tamed his vocal tic
by holding in air and releasing it when he felt the need to tic.

And to prevent himself from grinding his tongue and teeth to the point of pain,
he would make a small clicking sound instead.

He also gave himself specific reasons to keep going throughout the day - a game, a moment, an activity - anything.

And throughout it all, his friends and family continued to support him.
“I lucked out, honestly,” he said. “I had friends at the time who defended me when I needed it.”

“Once people started to figure it out, they were a lot more accepting.”

Others understood that Trent couldn’t help his tics, and that Trent was going through more than they were just hearing some sounds.

“I was lucky that I had the friends I had.”

Trent’s friends never treated him any differently, “and honestly, that’s all it took.”
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Department Press Briefing - August 7, 2018
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2018-08-08    0 views
White House national security adviser John Bolton said that North Korea has not taken the necessary steps to denuclearize despite President Donald Trump’s patience with the communist regime.

“The president is holding the door open for North Korea. He’s shown them the future they can have if they follow through on what they said in Singapore,” he told Fox News on Aug. 6.

Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met in Singapore on June 12, where Kim reaffirmed a commitment to give up nuclear weapons.

The regime has destroyed its nuclear testing site and refrained from ballistic missile tests, but multiple reports have claimed it’s still continuing its nuclear program.

Bolton said U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was prepared to return to North Korea for another meeting with Kim. But in a sign of Trump’s patience getting strained, Bolton prompted the regime to action.

“What we really need is not more rhetoric,” he told Fox News on Aug. 7. “What we need is performance from North Korea on denuclearization.”

He said the United States has lived up to the Singapore declaration, but “it’s just North Korea that has not taken the steps we feel are necessary to denuclearize.”

The U.S. State Department, however, still trusts that Kim ultimately wants to denuclearize.

It’s a Process
“We do not believe that [Kim’s] position has changed in any way [since the Singapore declaration],” said Heather Nauert, State Department spokeswoman, during the Aug. 7 press briefing.

She said the department has expected the process to take time. “We knew that this would be a road,” she said.

Aug. 3 satellite images indicated that North Koreans made progress on dismantling the Sohae Satellite Launching Station, which served for testing and development of engines for ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles, reported 38North, a North Korea analysis project of the Stimson Center think-tank.

Bolton said no additional Kim-Trump meeting was scheduled. The two leaders, however, have exchanged letters, Nauert said. She didn’t go into details regarding the content of Trump’s letter to Kim, which has been delivered to North Korean foreign minister Ri Yong Ho by U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations meeting in Singapore on Aug. 4.

Trump posted on Twitter one letter from Kim on July 12, where the dictator spoke of “the strong will, sincere efforts, and unique approach of myself and Your Excellency Mr. President aimed at opening up a new future between” the United States and North Korea.
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Rebecca Tafaro Boyer
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2018-08-07    2 views
No one likes to refer to themselves as a helicopter parent,

but if it saves your child’s life, than what’s the harm?

It was Rebecca Tafaro Boyer's first day back at work after maternity leave.

She had demanded her husband to send her hourly updates on their son William.

Around 2:15 in the afternoon, Tafaro Boyer, from Memphis, Tennessee, received a text from her husband, David.

It was a photo of William sleeping in his car seat.

She replied to his message and advised her husband to fix their son’s harness.

Moments later her husband contacted her again,

but it wasn’t to send her another photo of William in his seat or to confirm that he adjusted the straps.

It was to deliver some bad news.

“Honey, we had a car wreck. We are fine, but the car is going to be totaled.”

Her husband and son were only a few miles from home when another driver pulled into oncoming traffic.

“He slammed on the brakes at nearly 50 miles an hour before colliding with the front passenger side door of her SUV,”

“My precious little bundle of joy was so well restrained in his car seat, THAT HE DIDN’T EVEN WAKE UP.”

“I am so thankful that my husband took the extra one minute that was necessary to put William in his car seat safely,”

David ended up with a broken foot and three dislocated toes, and the couple’s 11-year-old car was totaled.

“I can’t even begin to imagine how different the outcome could have been."

In sharing her experience online,

Tafaro Boyer wrote that she didn’t want to come across as a parent who bragged or shamed others,

instead she wanted to inform those who might simply be unaware.

“The car is a loss, but cars can be replaced – my boys can’t.”
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Model makers create magic with elastic bands
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2018-08-03    0 views
A Ukrainian model-making company is finding huge success with traditional gadgets.

They make wooden horses, cars, steam trains and even musical instruments
all powered not by electricity, but by gears, cranks and rubber bands.

SOUNDBITE [Stanislav Shevchenko, designer at Ugears]
"This is the model of a musical instrument called wheel lyre or Hurdy-Gardy. It can be assembled by hand and it is also a true musical instrument. It has strings that make sounds if you turn the handle."

SOUNDBITE [Gennady Shestak, Ceo and Co-founder of Ugears]
"People have a need to create something by themselves. In this, they want to have a ready-made solution. Our puzzles don't need to be cut out, they don't need glue, adjustment of details etc. The quality is really high."

SOUNDBITE [Stanislav Shevchenko, designer at Ugears]
"The idea (of new models) can be brought from different sources. Even our client can say what kind of model he wants. We listen to the views of clients. We develop the model's conception, prototyping, create interesting mechanisms and always try to put something new into the model. After that we strive to make it beautiful as well."

SOUNDBITE [Gennady Shestak, Ceo and Co-founder of Ugears]
"The second interesting thing is that rubber bands drive the motors here. This type of drive has probably been known since the middle of 20th century or even earlier. Electric motors or simple software could easily be installed here. But it wouldn't be the same if that was done. It wouldn't be that kind of so-called magic that we have in our models."
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The secret behind the world's rare blue diamonds
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2018-08-02    0 views
The Farnese Blue is a 6.16-carat,
pear-shaped blue diamond.

It was given to Elisabeth Farnese,
the Queen of Spain, in 1715.

It sold for $6.7million at an auction in May.

3. SOUNDBITE (English)
[Daniela Mascetti, Jewellery Specialist, Sotheby's]
It is a beautiful, beautiful color.
It's a point of blue that once you see once,
you never forget.
It's really the color of the deep ocean,
magical, really magical.

The Hope Diamond is one of
the most famous jewels in the world.

It was donated to the Smithsonian Museum.

The 45.52-carat diamond was long thought
to have a curse, bringing bad luck to its owners.

But Smithsonian officials said it has been kind
to them, drawing throngs of visitors.

Just one out of 200,000 diamonds are blue.

15. SOUNDBITE (English)
[Steve Shirey, Geochemist, Carnegie Institution for Science]
"Blue diamonds are among the rarest diamonds.
Because of that they're very highly prized
and they've had an important place in history."

Scientists have long known that their blue tint
comes from traces of boron in the diamond.

But the element is mostly found near the Earth's
surface, not where diamonds are typically formed.

New research has found that blue diamonds
are formed at depths of more than 410 miles.

31. SOUNDBITE (English)
[Steve Shirey, Geochemist, Carnegie Institution for Science]
"To explain our main finding that blue diamonds
are among the deepest ever formed,
the question is how does the boron get down there?
Our hypothesis is that boron, which is normally
only found in the Earth's surface,
hitches a ride to the lower mantle in oceanic plates
that descend in a process known to the geologists as subduction."

Diamond deposits eventually reach the surface
through volcanic eruptions.

Diamonds are forever,
whether blue, white, pink, or yellow.

Many consider them to be a symbol of love,
and are prepared to pay a great deal for them.
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Model makers create magic with elastic bands
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2018-08-02    2 views
A Ukrainian model-making company is finding huge success with traditional gadgets.

They make wooden horses, cars, steam trains and even musical instruments
all powered not by electricity, but by gears, cranks and rubber bands.

SOUNDBITE [Stanislav Shevchenko, designer at Ugears]
"This is the model of a musical instrument called wheel lyre or Hurdy-Gardy. It can be assembled by hand and it is also a true musical instrument. It has strings that make sounds if you turn the handle."

SOUNDBITE [Gennady Shestak, Ceo and Co-founder of Ugears]
"People have a need to create something by themselves. In this, they want to have a ready-made solution. Our puzzles don't need to be cut out, they don't need glue, adjustment of details etc. The quality is really high."

SOUNDBITE [Stanislav Shevchenko, designer at Ugears]
"The idea (of new models) can be brought from different sources. Even our client can say what kind of model he wants. We listen to the views of clients. We develop the model's conception, prototyping, create interesting mechanisms and always try to put something new into the model. After that we strive to make it beautiful as well."

SOUNDBITE [Gennady Shestak, Ceo and Co-founder of Ugears]
"The second interesting thing is that rubber bands drive the motors here. This type of drive has probably been known since the middle of 20th century or even earlier. Electric motors or simple software could easily be installed here. But it wouldn't be the same if that was done. It wouldn't be that kind of so-called magic that we have in our models."
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UK Far Right activist bailed after appealing Contempt of Court conviction
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2018-08-01    2 views
UK judges on Wednesday granted far-right activist Tommy Robinson conditional bail while he appeals a finding of contempt of court for live-streaming outside a criminal trial in violation of reporting restrictions.

Robinson's supporters cheered after Court of Appeal Judge Ian Burnett and two other judges ordered a fresh hearing.

The self-styled journalist and commentator who has issued a steady stream of anti-Muslim statements online was jailed outside Leeds Crown Court in May after using social media to broadcast details of a trial that was subject to blanket reporting restrictions.

The court had ordered that no reporting of the trial was allowed until another trial linked to it had concluded.

Robinson was jailed for 13 months within five hours after posting the video.

Robinson, 35, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, is the founder of the now-defunct English Defence League.

His supporters alleged he was jailed so quickly because of his far-right political beliefs.
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Smoke rises from site of crashed plane in Durango
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2018-07-31    3K views
Smoke was seen rising in the northern Mexican state of Durango after authorities said an Aeromexico airliner had suffered an "accident" there.

The airline said in its Twitter account that it was "trying to verify the information and obtain details."

Aeromexico said it involved an Embraer 190 plane with capacity of 100 passengers.

The civil defence office of Durango state said Tuesday's accident occurred in a field near the airport for the state capital, which is also named Durango.

There was no immediate information on whether there were any injuries or deaths.
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Small plane lands on Chicago highway
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2018-07-28    31 views
Small plane lands on Chicago highway
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33 killed as bus plunges into 500-feet-deep gorge in Raigad
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2018-07-28    1K views
A bus plunged 500 feet into a ravine in India.

33 people are feared to be dead.

The lone survivor reported:

“The driver turned back to [respond] to a joke of one of the
passengers for a second and before we could understand
anything, the bus fell in the gorge. I was thrown outside the bus.”

The bus belonged to an agriculture university.

All the passengers were employees.

India has the world’s deadliest roads,
with more than 110,000 people killed annually.
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Obama administration approved $200G grant to group with Al Qaeda ties
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2018-07-28    2 views
President Obama’s administration approved
a $200,000 grant to a known terrorist group

tied to al-Qaeda, despite it being designated
as a terrorist-financing organization.

The Islamic Relief Agency was designated as a
terror-financing organization in 2004

due to links to Osama bin Laden.

The Islamic Relief Agency raised funds for
bin Laden and later for terror group Hamas.

But 10 years later, the Obama administration
approved the grant.

The $200,000 award was made as part of
a larger grant to World Vision.

At least $115,000 was confirmed to
make it to the Islamic Relief Agency.

The U.S. Agency for International Development
said it has reviewed its procedures.

An official also stressed that it occurred
under the Obama administration.

[USAID official]

“USAID has also updated training for our agreement officers
to improve our screening of prime and sub-awardees.”

The news is the latest that has come out about the
Obama administration's dealings with terror groups.

For instance, a previous report noted the admin
stopped a major investigation into Hezbollah.

World Vision said that the payment was for
"legitimate humanitarian work already incurred."
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Firefighter Reads Book To Trapped Skunk To Calm Him During Dangerous Rescue
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2018-07-11    0 views
Firefighters try to rescue skunk with its head trapped in a dumpster
They got it out by starting with
reading a children's book to it
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'You're OK, you're OK'- Illinois cop rescues toddler running in busy traffic
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2018-07-11    0 views
Police officer thought he spotted a dog running in the middle of a busy road
When he gets closer
He discovers it's actually a toddler
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Dog Reunites With Owner After Accidentally Running Off in California 4 Years Ago
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2018-07-11    0 views
Woman's dog runs away in the desert
Years pass and still no word of him
She gets a call regarding his whereabouts after 4 years
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Teen With Cerebral Palsy Walks During High School Graduation With Help of Exoskeleton
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2018-07-11    0 views
High schooler with cerebral palsy is graduating
She's dreamed of walking on stage
Thanks to advances in technology, she can
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Train derails, 10 killed - 72 injured
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2018-07-08    0 views
Train derails, 10 killed - 72 injured
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Some heat relief forecast as California fires rage
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2018-07-08    2 views
Some heat relief forecast as California fires rage
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Canada heat wave-linked death toll near 55
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2018-07-07    0 views
Canada heat wave-linked death toll near 55
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Elvis Costello cancels tour, cities cancerous growth
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2018-07-07    0 views
British singer-songwriter Elvis Costello canceled
the remainder of his European tour on July 6.

He revealed he had undergone surgery for cancer.

Costello, 63, said he had been forced
to call off the final six dates of his tour.

His doctor advised him to take a break and rest.

[Singer-songwriter, Elvis Costello]
The spirit has been more than willing
but I have to now accept that it is going
to take longer than I would have wished
for me to recover my full strength.
Therefore, I must reluctantly cancel
all the remaining engagements of this tour.

Costello rose to fame in the 1970s
and produced a string of influential albums.

He was slated to perform in Britain, Croatia,
Austria, Norway, and Sweden.
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Woman Discovers Shelter Dog Has A Family, So She Makes The 2,614-Mile Trip To Reunite Them
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2018-07-07    0 views
Deaf dog is taken in by animal rescue
After being fostered by two others
Her true owner managed to find her
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'Balloon to Heaven' Recipient Raises More Than $11,000 to Help Family After Father's Death
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2018-07-07    0 views
Father dies and daughters are left heartbroken
They send letters to heaven in balloons
Someone finds her letter and lends a hand
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At least 38 killed, 50 missing as torrential rain pounds Japan
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2018-07-07    4 views
At least 38 killed, 50 missing as torrential rain pounds Japan
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Elvis Costello cancels tour, cities cancerous growth
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2018-07-07    0 views
British singer-songwriter Elvis Costello canceled
the remainder of his European tour on July 6.

He revealed he had undergone surgery for cancer.

Costello, 63, said he had been forced
to call off the final six dates of his tour.

His doctor advised him to take a break and rest.

[Singer-songwriter, Elvis Costello]
The spirit has been more than willing
but I have to now accept that it is going
to take longer than I would have wished
for me to recover my full strength.
Therefore, I must reluctantly cancel
all the remaining engagements of this tour.

Costello rose to fame in the 1970s
and produced a string of influential albums.

He was slated to perform in Britain, Croatia,
Austria, Norway, and Sweden.
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Former inmate, Seattle law school graduate sworn in as attorney
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2018-07-06    0 views
Woman lived a very difficult life and ended up serving time in prison
After taking some advice from her lawyers
She decides to go to law school
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10-year-old Launches Free Coats Project For The Homeless And Warms the Hearts of Thousands
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2018-07-06    0 views
10-year-old has brillant idea to help the homeless
He ties free coats to trees for the homeless to take
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Heroic California Sea Rescue Caught on Tape
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2018-07-06    0 views
Man was relaxing at the beach with his family
When teen boy fell into water and became unconscious
Man fights violent tides to save him
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For 9th birthday, boy donates gifts to Bellevue Police Department
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2018-07-06    0 views
Boy's 9th birthday is coming up and he's got something special in mind
He ends up making a donation to the police department
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Student with autism who rarely speaks gives inspirational graduation speech
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2018-07-05    0 views
Autistic boy rarely spoke in social situations
Then at his high school graduation
He surprises his peers by delivering a powerful speech
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Two boys rescue man on Walden Pond
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2018-07-05    0 views
Two boys go paddle-boarding on a pond
When they notice man drowning
They took matters into their own hands to save him
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