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Originally posted 07/28/2016 03:30PM
Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad will make history as the first U.S. woman to compete wearing a hijab at the summer Games in Rio.
Originally posted 07/28/2016 02:50PM
When Chicago-based Uber driver Jose Figueroa found $3,000 in his car's backseat, he considered the stuffed wallet a challenge to do good, rather than a generous tip.
Originally posted 07/28/2016 02:40PM
Bill Cosby has dropped his breach of contract lawsuit against Andrea Constand, his accuser in a pending sexual assault case in Pennsylvania, which could have required her to give back the money he paid her in a 2006 civil settlement.
Tennessee Dad Drowns While Trying to Save Daughters from Rip Current – How to Stay Safe in the Ocean This Summer
Originally posted 07/28/2016 02:00PM
A Tennessee man drowned Monday while trying to rescue his three daughters off the Outer Banks of North Carolina during a family vacation.
Originally posted 07/27/2016 09:40PM
Turns out, pouring buckets of ice cold water over your head was actually worthwhile!
Choir Performs 'Battle Hymn of the Republic' as Fallen Soldier's Remains Are Escorted Off Their Flight
Originally posted 07/27/2016 05:25PM
A group of Iowa students used their voices to pay respect to a fallen soldier whose remains were aboard their flight from Frankfurt to Atlanta on July 18 – an emotional moment captured on video.
Originally posted 07/27/2016 04:30PM
Robert Herjavec just brightened up one family's day.
Father Who Accidentally Killed Son Still Believes In Second Amendment – but Thinks Shooters Should Have Enhanced Training
Originally posted 07/27/2016 04:25PM
On July 3, Clayton Brumby accidentally shot and killed his 14-year-old son Stephen at a shooting range in Sarasota, Florida.
Colorado Treasure Hunter Confirmed Dead Nearly 7 Months After Disappearing During Search for $2 Million Chest of Gold
Originally posted 07/27/2016 02:45PM
The remains of long-missing treasure hunter Randy Bilyeu have been found in New Mexico, the Santa Fe Police department confirmed in a media release on Wednesday.
Terminally Ill Homeless People in Salt Lake City Face Death with Dignity at Unique Hospice: 'They Deserve Peace of Mind'
Originally posted 07/27/2016 02:20PM
Rick Silva always assumed that he would die just as he'd lived: penniless and alone, sleeping on a dirty Salt Lake City sidewalk.
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