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An American Airlines passenger died after a flight during which a doctor allegedly asked crew for an emergency landing three times (AAL)
American Airlines passenger Brittany Oswell died after a flight on which she suffered an embolism and went into cardiac arrest, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the airline by Oswell's husband and parents. Attorney Brad Cranshaw claims a doctor on the flight examined Oswell and asked for an emergency landing multiple times. The flight crew allegedly didn't follow the doctor's request, and Oswell later died at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas.
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Police in New Jersey said they have arrested a suspect in a deadly road-rage incident that took the life of young father of two. Fifty-four-year-old Everett E. Moore Jr., of Clayton, New Jersey, was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the March 7 attack on Joseph Pirri, police told ABC New York station WABC. Pirri, 32, was killed while driving in his hometown of Deptford Township, New Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia, when a fellow motorist slashed him in the face with a "sharp instrument," police said.
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The cause of Avicii's death at 28 was suicide, the late artist's family
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Subways is shifting its strategy. The sandwich chain is closing about 500 stores in the U.S. this year. The move comes after the company reportedly closed more than 800 locations last year. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Ethan Wolff-Mann and Dan Roberts discuss.
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Man who was told rare gold coin was fake set to become millionaire after experts realise it is genuine
A man who was told a gold coin in his possession was a fake is set to become a millionaire after experts realised it was the real deal. The collector, who wished to remain anonymous, was convinced his coin was a fraudulent replica of a special $5 coin produced by the San Francisco Mint at the height of the California Gold Rush in 1854. Coin dealers agreed with him, since only three out of the 268 Liberty Head Half Eagles made were known to have survived into modern times.
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Sharks and a saltwater crocodile went on a feeding frenzy about a mile off the coast of Western Australia - and the "rare" event was caught on tape. A drone captured the predators feasting side-by-side on a 16-foot hump-back whale carcass floating near a sandbar off Montgomery Reef. It was the first time sharks and a croc had been documented foraging together. Dr. Austin Gallagher, chief scientist and CEO of Beneath the Waves, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization working to protect the world's oceans, says he's been studying sharks for more than a decade but he'd never seen anything quite like this. "It's very rare to actually see these two groups of animals overlapping," Gallagher