Donald Trump Says a Baby Born in the Ninth Month "Is Wrong" and "Has to Change" Because . . . Who Knows? We Give Up
Ready to truly shake your head? President Donald Trump, while speaking at the 45th annual March For Life on Friday, made a remark that required a double take. In a video taping of the event, Trump clearly states the following: "Right now, in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother's womb in the ninth month. It is wrong. It has to change." Come again? Actually, maybe it's better if you hear it for yourself: We know the president and the American people don't see eye to eye on a lot of things, but we really thought full-term pregnancies were something we all agreed were a good thing. The Twitterverse was quick to rationalize that Trump wasn't, in fact, condemning
Why Tara Lipinski Hasn't Seen Her Gold Medal in 15 Years
Last month, with a deportation order hanging over his head, Amer Othman Adi, 57, and his family were making preparations to leave their life in Youngstown, Ohio, willingly.
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There is a protected forest north of Peterborough, Ontario, where deer thrive. They cannot be hunted here and predators are few. They have become accustomed to the humans who live in the area and will often wander near or watch them curiously from a short distance. This has gone on for generations and the deer know little fear of humans. Because this is a protected sanctuary, the interaction with humans poses no threat. If you sit quietly in the forest for long enough, you are likely to see deer wander past as they graze and explore. Crunching on a snack can make them even more bold. This man sat quietly on a log and ate his apple. It seemed that there were no deer to be seen, but suddenly, a small doe ran right to him, hopped over a log and stood in front of him expectantly. The smell of the apple, or the sound of it was obviously too tempting to resist. It watches him curiously as he holds out the apple. On past occasions, these deer have occasionally come close enough to eat out of his hand. This one seems reluctant though and he bites off a piece to share. He tosses a chunk in the grass and the deer sniffs it out. On very rare occasions, the does will even bring their fawns out of hiding as they visit. It is typical for a doe to hide her fawns in the long grass for hours at a time while they wander off in search of food. They keep an eye from a distance and distract predators, if needed. Communicating with their tails, ears and body language, does will signal danger and fawns will obediently take cover. Bringing them out of hiding in the presence of a human shows enormous trust. Deer are one of the most beautiful and gentle animals on earth and spending time sitting quietly in a peaceful forest, sharing the silence with such a graceful creatures is an unforgettable experience.
Las Vegas Gunman Stephen Paddock Paid Off All Of His Debts Before Shooting 58 People Dead, New Report Reveals
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock had paid off all of his gambling debts and lost a "significant amount” of money before killing 58 country music fans in the worst mass shooting in modern United States history, according to a new report on the October 2017 massacre released on Friday. In the 81-page preliminary report compiled by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, investigators revealed that the 64-year-old, who was known to be an avid gambler with a penchant for video poker, had cleared himself of his debts. “One aspect of the investigation focused on Paddock’s financials,” the report reads.
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BOSTON (AP) - Dana White was texted a GIF of a dancing Joel Embiid from a friend who taunted the UFC president for the Philadelphia 76ers' win over the Boston Celtics.