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My American Dream: How Restaurant Executive David Novak's Nomadic Childhood Helped Him Become a Business Success

My American Dream: How Restaurant Executive David Novak's Nomadic Childhood Helped Him Become a Business Success

Originally posted 07/01/2016 08:40AM

The young David Novak had good reason to heed his mother's advice to make friends fast.

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5-Year-Old Who Underwent Life-Saving Surgery Couldn't Make it to His Pre-K Graduation – So the School Brought the Ceremony to Him!

Massachusetts 5-Year-Old Who Underwent Life-Saving Surgery Couldn't Make it to His Pre-K Graduation – So the School Brought the Ceremony to Him!

Originally posted 06/30/2016 12:45PM

Lucas St. Onge was in the hospital recuperating from a life-saving organ transplant surgery and couldn't make it to his preschool graduation, an event he and his classmates had "practiced for weeks."

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One Year Later, Cecil the Lion's Legacy Lives on Through His Cubs

One Year Later, Cecil the Lion's Legacy Lives on Through His Cubs

Originally posted 06/30/2016 12:10PM

It's been a year since the death of Cecil the lion, the 13-year-old, black-maned animal who was lured out of the Hwange National Park animal reserve in Zimbabwe on July 1, 2015 and killed by American dentist and trophy hunter Dr. Walter Palmer.

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Zika May Affect Infants Born Without Microcephaly: 'The More We Learn, the Nastier the Virus Is,' Says Expert

Zika May Affect Infants Born Without Microcephaly: 'The More We Learn, the Nastier the Virus Is,' Says Expert

Originally posted 06/30/2016 11:10AM

New findings suggest that infants who were not born with microcephaly could still have developmental issues due to the Zika virus.

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Concrete Cowboys Saddle up in Urban Philadelphia: 'It's Like a Type of Therapy'

Concrete Cowboys Saddle up in Urban Philadelphia: 'It's Like a Type of Therapy'

Originally posted 06/30/2016 11:10AM

Malik Divers knows the healing power of horses, especially for young men growing up in the blighted neighborhoods of Philadelphia.

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After Kids Are Cruelly Mocked for Swimming in a Truck Bed, Good Samaritan Responds by Giving Away Inflatable Pools

After Kids Are Cruelly Mocked for Swimming in a Truck Bed, Good Samaritan Responds by Giving Away Inflatable Pools

Originally posted 06/29/2016 10:00PM

Where some Facebook users saw the butt of a joke, San Antonio resident Todd Arredondo saw an opportunity to give back.

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Marine Corps to Remove the Word 'Man' From 19 Job Titles

Marine Corps to Remove the Word 'Man' From 19 Job Titles

Originally posted 06/29/2016 05:20PM

What's in a name? Plenty, says the Marine Corps.

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Before Texas Mom Killed Their Two Daughters, Husband Told Her He Wanted a Divorce

Originally posted 06/29/2016 05:00PM

On the day Texas mom Christy Sheats fatally shot her two daughters, her husband thought she called a family meeting at their home on his 45th birthday to discuss his decision to file for divorce.

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