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What's the One Teeny Thing Nikki Reed & Ian Somerhalder Argue About?

Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder: The Only Thing We Argue About Is the Color of His Eyes

Originally posted 02/28/2015 02:10PM

Prepare to be jealous of one of Hollywood's hottest couples.

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Anonymous Stranger Buys Wedding Dress for Cash-Strapped Bride-to-Be

Anonymous Stranger Buys Wedding Dress for Cash-Strapped Bride-to-Be

Originally posted 02/27/2015 05:25PM

When Elizabeth Jensen realized she couldn't afford her dream wedding dress, she probably didn't expect to have a fairy tale ending.

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Burger King Franchisee of the Year Award Winner Gives $120K to Employees

Originally posted 02/27/2015 03:40PM

Tom Barnett is the CEO of Barrett Management Company, based out of Phoenix, Arizona. The company runs 24 Burger King restaurants in Arizona, and recently won Burger King's "Franchisee of the Year" award. The prize was a new Corvette and a Rolex.

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Best Friends Forever! Girls Who Met in Chinese Orphanage Have Emotional Reunion

UpdatePosted 02/27/2015 10:50AM

Former Chinese Orphans Find Each Other Again Because of Rare Disease They Share

Originally posted 02/27/2015 08:00AM

Abandoned as toddlers, two little girls who called each other "Meng Meng" and Xi Xi, pronounced, "Sing Sing," spent their first years of life in an orphanage in southern China. They became the best of friends, each a lifeline for the other in a lonely place.

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Prince William Honors Fallen Troops in Japan – Just as His Mother Did 20 Years Ago

Prince William Honors Fallen Troops in Japan – Just as Princess Diana Did 20 Years Ago

Originally posted 02/27/2015 10:15AM

Rows of small, unassuming gray headstones make up much of the tranquil Yokohama War Cemetery in remembrance of more than 1,500 Commonwealth servicemen who died in Japan as prisoners of war during World War II, or as part of the occupation afterward.

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Fergie: How My Past Struggles Inspired Me to Give Back

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Fergie: How My Past Struggles Inspired Me to Give Back

Originally posted 02/26/2015 06:50PM

She's a successful singer today, but Fergie admits she went through a deeply challenging time before she hit it big.

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Heroes Among Us: Texas First Grade Teacher Will Donate a Kidney to Her Student on March 19

Heroes Among Us

Teacher Lindsey Painter Will Donate a Kidney to One of Her First-Grade Students

Originally posted 02/26/2015 03:30PM

Last December, Lisa Parker emailed her triplets' first-grade teacher to let her know the boys would be missing school.

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Radio Show Surprises Grieving Mother with an On-Air Act of Kindness (WATCH)

Radio Show Surprises Grieving Mother with an On-Air Act of Kindness

Originally posted 02/26/2015 06:15AM

Kyle and Jackie O are Sydney, Australia's top morning radio hosts, but people far beyond Sydney are talking about the pair's latest stunt: a touching act of charity announced live on the radio.

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Paralyzed Hawaiian Man Paints with His Mouth (VIDEO)

Originally posted 02/25/2015 09:40AM

Moses "Mo" Hamilton is a self-taught artist who grew up in Kauai, Hawaii. Now 39, he was paralyzed in a 2002 car accident that left him unable to breathe without a ventilator.

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Why a Woman in her 30s Decided to Find Out If She Will Get Alzheimer's

Why a Woman in her 30s Decided to Find Out If She Will Get Alzheimer's

Originally posted 02/25/2015 06:00AM

Growing up, Daisy Duarte noticed an awful lot of her mother's relatives seemed to have Alzheimer's disease.

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