Friday, August 12, 2022

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“I couldn’t believe this was the same little boy that once was so sick,...

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Born at 21 weeks and two days, Richard Hutchinson was the size of a soda can. He was given a zero-percent chance of survival. As he fought for his life in the Children's Minnesota NICU, his parents believed he would defeat the odds. Today, baby Richard is a world record holder and medical marvel, surprising everyone he meets.

Israeli ground troops attack Gaza as air force bombards targets and officials order all...

Israeli troops have crossed into the Gaza Strip, the Israeli military said early Friday, as artillery, tanks and war planes joined in a withering assault on the Palestinian enclave, and the Israeli military readied at least three brigades of troops for action, raising the prospect of an all-out ground invasion.

Damon Weaver, Child Reporter Who Interviewed President Barack Obama at the White House, dies...

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At the age of ten, Damon Became an internet sensation. In 2009 he got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Damon got a chance to take a trip to the White House and interview President Obama. He passed away at 23.

The state of Pennsylvania will pay $475,000 to the family of a Grateful Dead...

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The state of Pennsylvania will pay $475,000 to the estate of a man who died underneath a bulldozer that Pennsylvania State Police had used to chase him for growing a handful of marijuana plants, according to a settlement revealed in court Thursday.

Bank of America employee accused of stealing nude photos from customer’s phone

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A former Bank of America employee is being accused of stealing a customer's private photos from her phone while pretending to help her access her account.

No pterodactyl, but a massive minke whale skull washes up on New Jersey beach

Mistaken for a pterodactyl fossil skull, a minke whale skull washed ashore in Island Beach State Park this week in New Jersey.

He’s been asking Walmart to pick up its trash for 3 years. But when...

Tony Bennett said he's asked managers for three years to clean up garbage to keep it out of the Androscoggin River.

How modern life is making men infertile

A new study reveals how an alarming decline in sperm quality and numbers could threaten the future of the human race.

A YouTuber with 2 million subscribers was accused of messaging a fake 13-year-old in...

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A YouTuber was seemingly caught attempting to meet up with a young girl. The incident was a vigilante operation staged to expose the YouTuber.

The Steamiest Celebrity Quarantine Thirst Traps of All-Time (27 PICS)

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Quarantine isn’t all bad. Like the rest of the world, celebrities are bored in the house and in the house bored. However, their boredom has proven to be a gift of sorts to fans as many have chosen to occupy their time by posting their steamiest of thirst traps. (And when I say steamy, I mean STEAMY!)

New Harvey Weinstein accuser says she stabbed his genitals with her broken nail and...

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A woman who claims disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein tried to attack her in a Beverly Hills hotel room says she only escaped by stabbing his genitals with a broken nail and making him scream in pain.

Egyptian doctor, 34, is ‘beaten and thrown to her death from the sixth-floor balcony...

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A female doctor has been beaten and thrown to her death from her apartment in Egypt in a so-called honor killing after she invited a male colleague back to the apartment.

LOOK: Aga Muhlach’s daughter Atasha is all grown up in magazine cover

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Atasha Muhlach, the daughter of Aga Muhlach and Charlene Gonzalez, wowed netizens as she posed as the cover girl for the latest issue of fashion magazine Metro.Style.

Edinburgh scientists invent game-changing cancer drug that can hunt down cells

Scientists have described the newly-created drug as a 'metabolic warhead' in the fight against the disease.

Whistleblower Alleges New York Company Ordered Health Clinic Workers To Over Dilute Doses Of...

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A lawsuit has been filed against a health care company that runs several vaccination sites in New York City by an employee who was fired.