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Community Rallies to Fix House for Naval Officer with Terminal Brain Cancer: 'He Was Too Stubborn to Ask for Help'

Originally posted 08/31/2015 06:15PM

A former Norfolk, Virginia, sailor is learning the meaning of camaraderie after hundreds of volunteers rallied around the terminally-ill man when he had nowhere to turn.

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Canadian Boy Honored After Admitting to Ripping a Library Book: 'It Won't Happen Again. I'm Sorry'

8-Year-Old Boy Writes Heartwarming Apology Note to Library After Accidentally Ripping a Page From a Comic Book

Originally posted 08/31/2015 05:00PM

A handwritten letter by an 8-year-old Canadian boy apologizing to the Toronto Public Library for accidentally ripping a page in an Asterix comic book has captured the hearts of thousands after the library posted it on social media.

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Washington Man Buys His Own Fire Truck to Fight Massive Wildfires: 'We Are in a Complete Disaster Zone'

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Washington Man Buys His Own Fire Truck to Fight Massive Wildfires: 'We Are in a Complete Disaster Zone'

Originally posted 08/31/2015 12:10PM

As the number of wildfires in Washington continue to grow, so does the cost to fight them. But one Brewster lawyer has taken the matter into his own hands.

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'The Boat That Saved 400': How One Man Saved Hundreds of Lives During the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

Originally posted 08/29/2015 05:45PM

Every time Kenny Bellau talks about his experiences during Hurricane Katrina, a suppressed memory of the storm's devastation resurfaces, and the tenth-generation New Orleanian relives the nightmare that occurred in his beloved city 10 years ago.

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Fourth Train Attack Hero Speaks Out For First Time Since Horrific Attack: I Turned to My Wife and Said 'Hide Yourself'

Fourth Train Attack Hero Speaks Out For First Time Since Horrific Attack: I Turned to My Wife and Said 'Hide Yourself'

Originally posted 08/29/2015 05:40PM

After spending more than a week in a French hospital, undergoing treatment for gunshot wounds to the back and neck, Mark Moogalian has spoken out for the first time about his part in subduing the European train gunman, and the man who saved his life.

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Mark Moogalian Has Been Moved from ICU as He Continues to Heal from Gunshot to Back of Neck

Fourth American Paris Train Attack Hero on Road to Recovery After Being Shot 'Protecting His City'

Originally posted 08/28/2015 05:10PM

Mark Moogalian, the 51-year-old French-American professor, who was shot in the back of the neck while attempting to subdue a gunman aboard a Paris train last Friday, has been transferred from the ICU at a hospital in Lille, France, to a room in the regular hospital wing.

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Inside Train Hero Alek Skarlatos' Patriotic Past: 'He Thinks the World Should Be Just,' Says His Father

Inside Train Hero Alek Skarlatos' Patriotic Past: 'He Thinks the World Should Be Just,' Says His Father

Originally posted 08/28/2015 04:30PM

Army National Guard Specialist Aleksander "Alek" Skarlatos is a patriot to his core.

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Army Vet Saves 6-Year-Old Boy from Drowning in Hotel Pool

Originally posted 08/28/2015 02:50PM

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Carlos Mullen was staying with his fiancée Christina Lamothe on the third floor of the Westgate Resort in Orlando, Florida, when he heard screams.

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