Melania Trump promoted Random Acts Of Kindness Day on Twitter on Saturday, but it didn’t spark the reaction she was likely hoping for.
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Nikolas Cruz was immature, quirky and depressed when James and Kimberly Snead took him into their Parkland home. But he was pleasant and seemed to be growing happier, they said. How the 19-year-old turned into a killer still baffles them. “We had this monster living under our roof and we didn’t know,” Kimberly Snead told the South Florida Sun Sentinel in an exclusive interview Saturday. “We didn’t see this side of him.” “Everything everybody seems to know, we didn’t know,” James Snead said. “It’s as simple as that.” Cruz still lived with the Sneads on Wednesday when he walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with an AR-15 rifle and killed 17 people - the worst school shooting since Sandy
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Teen Brothers Exchange Heartbreaking Text Messages During Florida High School Shooting: 'Are the Cops Here?'
The tragedy has brought them closer together.
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The wait is over. It’s been a spellbinding month and a half since rumors of Danica Patrick’s relationship with Aaron Rodgers first began circulating. And although the NASCAR star eventually confirmed her romance with the Green Bay Packers quarterback, there still was one very important matter to take care of. But on the eve of Sunday’s Daytona 500, Patrick and Rodgers finally became Instagram official. Check out the final photo in this gallery Patrick shared Saturday night: Well, there you have it. As a matter of fact, Rodgers has been at Daytona International Speedway throughout the week, as Patrick prepares for her final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race. Hey, some future Hall of Fame NFL
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We went to a Goodwill store and saw how it's 'overrun' with stuff millennials and Gen Xers refuse to take from their parents
Many millennials are waiting until later to buy their first homes, which means they often don't have the space for the heirlooms their parents are passing down to them. That trend, combined with the minimalist movement, has led to an uptick in donations to thrift stores. We visited a Goodwill thrift store in New York City to see the trend for ourselves. Millennials are living with less. Young people are scaling back on what they need, taking inspiration from experts such as Marie Kondo, the author of two best-selling books on minimalism, to live a clutter-free life. This has led to a generation of consumers who donate, and thrift stores like Goodwill are the biggest beneficiaries. "We are definitely
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According to three students who spoke to BuzzFeed News.
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Body-positive male model: 'I'm trying to represent the average-height, fluffy men that get forgotten'
The body-positive movement is not just for women. Meet a model who is breaking male stereotypes.