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A Virginia couple was heartbroken after they lost their 10-year-old daughter to COVID-19. They quickly pulled their youngest child from school and got him vaccinated.
Nicole and Jeff Sperry said they were excited for a COVID-19 vaccination for kids, but heartbroken because it was authorized around a month after their daughter died.
42-year-old Vietnamese refugee ready for deportation after being behind bars since he was 15 in Hong Kong
A 42-year-old Vietnamese refugee who was jailed as a 15-year-old boy in Hong Kong has given up efforts to fight deportation, as the move appears to be his only shot at freedom. Vo arrived in Hong Kong in 1991 at the age of 12. Vo’s term was reduced to 29 years in 1998 after Hong Kong amended laws to prevent minors from receiving life sentences.
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Bobsledder Kaillie Humphries left in the middle of a race week to take her U.S. citizenship test and interview. She returned as a newly minted citizen and went on to win two golds in Germany.
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NEW YORK — Ghislaine Maxwell spoke in a baby voice and outsourced sex acts for her boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein because she couldn’t keep up with his all-consuming libido, an anonymous witness told a jury on Monday at the British socialite’s trial. “She said he needed to have sex about three times a day,” the witness, who testified under the pseudonym “Kate,” told jurors in Manhattan federal ...
Ariana Grande accused of 'Asianfishing' in new photos, praised by Oli London for looking 'cute and oriental'
Ariana Grande was accused of “Asianfishing” after photos of her surfaced on the internet in which she appeared to have different facial features. The photos were posted by New York-based photographer Katia Temkin on Instagram and were widely circulated on Twitter. In them, Grande poses in a green oversized blazer with a white ascot tied in a bow around her neck, an outfit she wore on “The Voice.”
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"Y'all this convo broke me... I never know what to say."