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'Oh My God, It's Happening': 62-Year-Old Man Who Helped American Train Heroes Recalls 20 Minutes of Terror Aboard the Thalys

'Oh My God, It's Happening': 62-Year-Old Man Who Helped American Train Heroes Recalls 20 Minutes of Terror Aboard the Thalys

Originally posted 08/27/2015 12:10PM

As a frequent passenger aboard the high-speed trans-European rail system, British businessman Chris Norman often had rehearsed in his mind what would happen if a terrorist attacked his train. When the nightmare scenario actually unfolded last Friday, the first thought to enter his mind was, "Oh my God, it's happening."

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Woman Pregnant with Conjoined Twins Warned One Won't Survive: 'I Just Can't Lose Both'

Originally posted 08/27/2015 11:20AM

Amber McCullough of Hastings, Minnesota, knows that the twin girls she's pregnant with are conjoined. Doctors warned her that one of her babies won't survive, but she's hoping to give birth via c-section and save at least one of her daughters.

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Three Generations of Swedish Family Linked by Same Womb After Pioneering Surgery: 'I Am a Part of History'

Three Generations of Swedish Family Linked by Same Womb After Pioneering Surgery: 'I Am a Part of History'

Originally posted 08/27/2015 11:00AM

One woman's womb has linked three generations in Sweden thanks to a progressive surgery being hailed as the most important breakthrough in fertility treatments since in vitro fertilization.

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Tyson and Ashley Gardner's 8-Month-Old Quadruplets Cause a Stir Wherever They Go: 'We're Making Memories'

Tyson and Ashley Gardner's 8-Month-Old Quadruplets Cause a Stir Wherever They Go: 'We're Making Memories'

Originally posted 08/27/2015 10:15AM

Eight months after leaving the hospital with quadruplet girls, Ashley and Tyson Gardner still can't believe they are awakened each morning by four distinct cries.

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West Virginia Police Chief Recounts Rescue of Student Hostages from Armed Classmate: 'One of the Greatest Sights We Ever Saw'

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West Virginia Police Chief Recounts Rescue of Student Hostages from Armed Classmate: 'One of the Greatest Sights We Ever Saw'

Originally posted 08/26/2015 07:20PM

Watching a classroom of West Virginia students reach safety after two and a half hours of being held hostage on Tuesday "was one of the greatest sights we ever saw," Philippi, West Virginia, Police Chief Jeff Walters tells PEOPLE.

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'My Sister Was a Fighter': Brother of Iconic 9/11 'Dust Lady' Speaks Out After Her Death from Stomach Cancer

'My Sister Was a Fighter': Brother of Iconic 9/11 'Dust Lady' Speaks Out After Her Death from Stomach Cancer

Originally posted 08/26/2015 05:45PM

The family of Marcy Borders, a 9/11 survivor who became known as the "dust lady" after she was photographed covered in ash following the attack on the World Trade Center, says his sister was a "fighter" following her death from stomach cancer on Tuesday at age 42.

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First Child in the World to Receive Double Hand Transplant Goes Home from Hospital: 'We Are So Proud of Zion,' Says Surgeon

First Child in the World to Receive Double Hand Transplant Goes Home from Hospital: 'We Are So Proud of Zion,' Says Surgeon

Originally posted 08/26/2015 03:15PM

Eight-year-old Zion Harvey, the first child in the world to receive a double hand transplant, was discharged from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Wednesday.

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Kansas Community Angered by Removal of Jesus Painting from School

Kansas Community Angered by Removal of Jesus Painting from School

Originally posted 08/26/2015 12:45PM

It's called Head of Christ. It was painted in 1941 by Warner Sallman, and it's one of the most recognizable portraits of a religious figure in the world, having been reproduced over 500 million times, according to its publishers.

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