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At just 17, Sara Schulting-Kranz was raped and got pregnant. She went to the police who said there was insignificant evidence to convict her rapist. She decided to keep the baby and went on to meet and marry her husband. They had two more boys together, then one day her husband walked through the door and told her that he had been leading a double life for 14 years. Hear her incredible story of resilience. Check out Sara's book "Walk Through This: Harness The Healing Power Of Nature And Travel T
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The eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano on January 15, which sits on the seismically active Pacific Ring of Fire, sent tsunami waves across the Pacific Ocean and was heard some 2,300 kilometers (1,430 miles) away in New Zealand.Photographs from Nomuka on Monday (January 17) and Tuesday (January 18) showed ash coating toppled building structures, and interiors of buildings ridden with debris and damage. In Tungua, boats and classrooms were captured to have weathered damage from the afte
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Holly Madison shares intimate details about Hugh Hefner and her time at the Playboy Mansion in Monday's Secrets of Playboy premiere. Madison launched to fame on E!'s The Girls Next Door as Hefner's number one girlfriend, dating the American publisher from 2001 to 2008. "I wasn't physically attracted to Hef, but I did find him very charming," Madison admits in the A&E docuseries.
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VideoChina begins aggressive measures ahead of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, including testing two million people.
A small COVID-19 outbreak has prompted Chinese officials to test millions of residents in Beijing. The extreme precautions, which are part of the country’s zero-tolerance COVID policy, come as more than 3,000 people arrive for the Winter Olympic Games. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Yahoo Finance's David Hollerith joins the Live show to discuss bitcoin's recent price drop, the cryptocurrency’s correlation with equities, and one strategist's note on where bitcoin could go from here.
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Istanbul is experiencing heavy snowfall, with roads blocked, flights and public transport cancelled and thousands of vehicles stranded on majors roads. Some motorists say they have had to leave their cars overnight in the total gridlock.