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Zion Harvey on His Favorite Thing About Being First Kid Ever to Receive Double Hand Transplant: I Can 'Wrap Them Around My Mom'

Originally posted 08/24/2016 09:30AM

Zion Harvey's world has completely changed since he became the first kid in the world to get a double hand transplant. And there's one thing that the 9-year-old is most excited about when it comes to his new hands.

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Mother of Organ Donor Hears Her Late Son's Heart Beating in Recipient's Chest 17 Years Later

Mother of Organ Donor Hears Her Late Son's Heart Beating in Recipient's Chest 17 Years Later

Originally posted 08/23/2016 04:15PM

There are a lot of ways to become part of a family.

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17 Lessons from '80s Movies to Take Back to School

17 Lessons from '80s Movies to Take Back to School

Originally posted 08/23/2016 03:20PM

The films of the 1980s were ripe with electric guitars, new wave style and heavy-handed moralizing. Lessons were learned, obstacles surmounted, montages cut and forced upon audiences with reckless abandon. We laughed, we loved and most importantly, we learned.

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Teen's Outdoor Performance on Water-Damaged Piano Lifts Spirits After Louisiana Flood

Originally posted 08/22/2016 02:20PM

As Louisiana reels from the historic levels of flooding that claimed southern parts of the state recently, the resilient spirit of the people who lives through the tragedy continues to shine.

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Orlando Shooting Survivor Angel Colon Walks on His Own for the First Time Since the Attack

Originally posted 08/22/2016 11:50AM

Angel Colon, who survived the shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, in June despite sustaining multiple gunshot wounds and a broken leg, took his first steps without assistance on Friday, a significant milestone for one of the most visible survivors of the tragedy.

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Mongolian Wrestling Coaches Rip Off Clothes in Protest After Losing Bronze Medal Match in Rio

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Mongolian Wrestling Coaches Rip Off Clothes in Protest After Losing Bronze Medal Match in Rio

Originally posted 08/21/2016 03:25PM

Two Mongolian coaches tore off their clothes in protest after their wrestler lost the bronze medal match at the Rio Olympics.

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Couple Getting Frisky on the Beach in Rio Upstages BBC's Olympics Coverage

Originally posted 08/19/2016 03:35PM

"They're reading a book in a strange pose."#Rio2016 with @mrdanwalker on @bbcfour - anything can happen! https://t.co/sHmEl30frP— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) August 18, 2016 The Olympics represent the best in the world, and that extends to the photobombs happening during the live coverage.

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Grandfather's Promise to Go Skydiving with His Grandson Ends Up Saving His Life

Originally posted 08/19/2016 03:25PM

It's strange to imagine skydiving saving a life (with the possible exception of George H.W. Bush, whose yearly fall from the skies seems only to strengthen him), but that's just what happened to Ed Flemming.

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5 Zika Cases Confirmed in Miami Beach, CDC Announces New Complications from Virus

Originally posted 08/19/2016 12:40PM

The Zika virus is continuing to spread in Florida.

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Man's Bigfoot-Hunting Company Briefly Valued at $10 Billion

Man's Bigfoot-Hunting Company Briefly Valued at $10 Billion

Originally posted 08/18/2016 05:00PM

Quick, how much money would you say there is in hunting Bigfoot?

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