Mom Who Forgot 100 Ounces of Breast Milk on a Plane Is "Flabbergasted" by Flight Attendant's Act of Kindness
After a trip to Disney World with her three older children, Rachel Braverman was eager to get back to her 4-month-old son, Brent, for whom she'd been pumping and saving breast milk during her trip. With a cooler full of 100 ounces of breast milk in tow, Rachel, her husband, and their kids boarded their flight on Mother's Day and headed home - but left the milk behind by accident.
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An American Airlines passenger was denied alcohol on a flight and launched a screaming tirade involving spit, blood, and possibly up to 20 years in prison. Jason Felix was flying from St Croix to Miami on AA flight 1293 when the incident occurred, according to an FBI affidavit. The bureau and local police are investigating the matter.
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Even Ariana Grande had an opinion on this romantic moment.
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Which President Broke More Campaign Promises: Donald Trump or Barack Obama? And How Former Presidents Compare
While presidents kept some of the most famous campaign promises, they also broke quite a few. Donald Trump seems to be doing a pretty good job of keeping his. Below, discover the most famous campaign promises that American presidents broke.
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The Texas mother of three young children killed by her ex-husband earlier this month says he has "won." Amanda Simpson survived what police say was Justin Painter's fatal shooting of the kids and her boyfriend at her home in Ponder on May 16. Painter also killed himself. The 29-year-old Simpson tells HuffPost in an interview published Saturday that Painter intentionally left her alive to make her feel more pain. "My kids were my coping mechanism, and now they are gone," Simpson told HuffPost. "He knew when he took them from me, he took everything. He's won." On the morning of the 16th, she was asleep with boyfriend Seth Richardson when she heard gunshots. "Seth!" she screamed, according to HuffPost.
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A lava flow in Hawaii has entered the property of a geothermal power plant on the Big island. The Hawaii Volcano Observatory announced the development on Sunday morning. It gave no details as to how deep into the Puna Geothermal Venture lava has intruded. Officials previously moved 50,000 gallons of potentially toxic gas offsite and capped the wells on the property to prevent releases of additional gas if lava enters the wells. Lava-filled fissures have opened up across the southeastern side of the Big Island over the past three weeks as the Kilauea volcano has become more active. (AP) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Twitter and Tumblr.
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4 people killed in massive crash involving an 18-wheeler.