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    Gisele Bundchen receives love note from hubby Tom Brady

    (CNN) — It’s obvious that Tom Brady’s love for his wife, model Gisele Bundchen, will never go out of fashion. Bundchen walked the runway for the last time Wednesday, and the New England Patriots quarterback wasn’t just there to support her in person, he expressed his emotions to the world on Facebook. “Congratulations Love of my Life,” Brady wrote. “You inspire me every day to be a better person. I am so proud of you and everything you have accomplished […]

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    ‘When does life begin?’ Actress sued over custody of frozen embryos

    Sofia Vergara is involved in an unusual lawsuit concerning frozen embryos. The actress’ ex-fiance is reportedly fighting to preserve embryos the couple created at a fertility clinic. The 42-year-old’s former fiance, entrepreneur Nick Loeb, is reportedly suing the Colombian-born actress over two frozen embryos they created in November 2013 with the goal of eventually having children. According to the lawsuit, a man believed to be Loeb wants to preserve both female embryos, but Vergara wants them destroyed. The couple broke […]

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    After living in a cardboard box, homeless man finds fat bank account

    TAMPA — No identification, no Social Security card and only a box to live in. John Helinski was homeless and nameless for three years. Suddenly, he’s set to buy his own place and collect a nice pension. Helinski hit it big thanks to the Social Security Administration, and a big-hearted cop and a case worker determined to untangle major bureaucracy. Charles Inman could not bear to see his 62-year-old ward land back on the street, he told CNN affiliate WFTS. […]

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    Good Samaritan pulls man from truck as it hangs over cliff

    (CNN) — With a truck dangling over the edge of an Idaho canyon, Jason Warnock sprang into action this week, climbing up a cliff face to pull the driver out. The only thing holding the SUV from a 30-foot drop was a chain-link fence it was entangled in above Bryden Canyon Road in Lewiston. The driver, 23-year-old Matthew Sitko, was battered and frantic after his GMC Yukon left the roadway, crashed through a yard and came to rest on the […]

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    Walmart fired 2,200 to fix the plumbing

    Walmart surprised everyone and put 2,200 people out of work Monday when it temporarily closed five stores. The reason for the shut down: plumbing problems, according to the retailer. Two of the stores are in Texas, and the others are in California, Florida and Oklahoma. They will be closed for “extended repairs” for approximately six months, the company said. The stores closed at 7 p.m. Monday, after workers were notified just hours before that they were losing their jobs. “Everybody […]

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    Girl’s seizures spur medical marijuana legislation in Georgia

    GEORGIA — Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill Thursday that will legalize low-THC cannabis oil for certain “medication-resistant epilepsies,” while creating an infrastructure, registration process and research program for the drug. (THC is the primary psychoactive substance in marijuana.) The bill is dubbed Haleigh’s Hope Act. It’s Oklahoma equivalent, Katie and Cayman’s Law, is just waiting for Gov. Mary Fallin’s signature. A week after hearing a doctor’s diagnosis that 5-year-old Haleigh might not live another three months because of┬áher relentless […]

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    Teen battling life-threatening illness not allowed to ‘walk’ with graduating class

    PLANO, Texas – A Texas teenager who battled a life-threatening illness while in high school says one class stands between her and graduating with her friends. For teens who suffer from Cystic Fibrosis, there is no guarantee they will make it to their high school graduation. “I’ve had this entire ceremony thought of in mind, at the big place and all my friends walking on stage. And then after you get off, you’re like, ‘Whoa, I’m done with high school. […]

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    Report: Tulsa sheriff’s employees were told to forge Bates’ training records

    (CNN) — Some supervisors at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office were told to forge Robert Bates’ training records, and three who refused were reassigned to less desirable duties, the Tulsa World reported. Bates’ training has come under scrutiny since the 73-year-old volunteer deputy killed Eric Harris on April 2. Bates claims he meant to use his Taser, but accidentally fired his handgun instead. Dylan Goforth, one of the two Tulsa World reporters on the story, said the paper starting hearing […]

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    Officer who drove into suspect justified, chief says

    An Arizona police chief on Wednesday supported an officer’s decision to drive his car into an armed suspect, saying that although the move could have killed the suspect, deadly force was justified. Video of the incident, recorded February 19 by the dashboard cameras of two Marana police cars, shows one of the cars running into a suspect with who had a rifle in the city about a half hour from Tucson. The suspect, 36-year-old Mario Valencia, survived and was hospitalized […]

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    Third suspect arrested in alleged Panama City gang rape

    PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. — A third person has been arrested in the case of an alleged spring break gang rape that was videotaped on a crowded stretch of Panama City Beach, the Bay County, Florida, Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday. Police arrested the suspect at 11 p.m. Tuesday. No details of the arrest were immediately available. “After developing information that George Davon Kennedy was the third suspect seen in the video of the gang rape, BCSO Investigators obtained a warrant […]

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    Boston Marathon bombing’s second anniversary

    Two years ago, the storied Boston Marathon ended in terror and altered the lives of runners, spectators and those who tried to come to their rescue. Just last week, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted on 30 charges related to the bombings at the race and the dramatic violence that dragged out for days afterward. The jury will begin deliberating his punishment next week. The death penalty is on the table. Dzhokhar and his brother Tamerlan, who was killed in a shootout […]