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2 socialites have reportedly died after their Mercedes fell off a ferry leaving the most expensive ZIP code in the United States
The only way to get to Miami's exclusive Fisher Island is by a seven minute ferry, and two women inexplicably fell off it and died last night.
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An elementary school teacher is going viral after sharing a hilarious misunderstanding between her and her class.
- PoliticsThe Independent
Trump repeatedly struggles to pronounce words during conspiracy-laden rally, before suggesting he'll pardon Roger Stone in late-night tweet
Donald Trump delivered a stumbling, incoherent and at times outright fictitious re-election rally addres in which he complained about a dog’s media coverage and appeared to approve calls to imprison Hillary Clinton.The dark, grievance-filled speech to supporters, delivered at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Arizona, was followed by a tweet which appeared to suggest he may pardon convicted friend and former advisor Roger Stone.
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Sara Puhto wants her followers to understand that what they see on Instagram is often not how things appear in real life.
A toddler from Rhode Island unintentionally made a grieving pizza delivery man’s night when he rushed to hug him on February 15.Footage by Lindsey Sheely, from West Warwick, shows the moment her two-year-old son Cohen ran out to embrace delivery man Ryan Catterson.The hug meant more to Catterson than Sheely could ever have imagined: he’d lost his teenage daughter.“We found out that Ryan unexpectedly lost his daughter recently, and that hug from Cohen was a little blessing from God. I believe in divine appointments and know that Ryan was the one to deliver our pizza for a reason,” Sheely wrote on Facebook.A GoFundMe page has since been set up to help with funeral expenses for Catterson’s daughter. Credit: Lindsey Sheely via Storyful
A 'fully preserved' couple that went missing over 80 years ago was discovered on the glacier where Chris Pratt filmed 'The Tomorrow War'
"They were fully preserved in their glacier hiking clothes from 1930 or 1940," he told Ellen DeGeneres. "They had their supplies and rations."