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May 30, 2016

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  • Mom of 4-Year-Old Who Climbed into Zoo Pen Defends Herself from Backlash After Zookeepers Killed Gorilla

    The mother of the 4-year-old boy who slipped into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo on Saturday – which led to the animal being shot dead – has hit back against online critics who are criticizing her parenting. Michelle Gregg defended herself in a now-deleted Facebook post, writing: "God protected my child until the authorities were able to get to him. Gregg continued, "As a society we are quick to judge how a parent could take their eyes off of their child and if anyone knows me I keep a tight watch on my kids.

  • Celebrate the Summer of Freedom in Williamsburg


    Can a Greater Williamsburg vacation give you the freedom to have fun? Watch a real family find out.

  • Johnny Manziel reportedly goes missing in New York

    Johnny Manziel was a no-show for a party he was supposed to host in the Hamptons and has not been seen since Friday night.

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  • Missing Arizona woman Angela Russo, who vanished after online date, found slain

    TONOPAH, Ariz. -- A missing Arizona woman was found slain in a shallow grave last week, and authorities have arrested a man with whom she went on an online date, reports CBS affiliate KPHO. 25-year-old Angela Russo had been missing since April 19, after reportedly meeting her suspected killer for a date in West Phoenix. Lashawn Johnson, who was already in jail on unrelated charges, was charged with her murder on Sunday, the station reports. Russo's body was found buried in the desert in Tonopah, about 50 miles west of Phoenix. Her car was reportedly found burned nearby. Russo's mother Diana Schalow told the station her daughter met Johnson on an online dating site. She said she was devastated

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  • Drowned baby picture captures week of tragedy in Mediterranean

    By Steve Scherer ROME (Reuters) - A photograph of a drowned migrant baby in the arms of a German rescuer was distributed on Monday by a humanitarian organization aiming to persuade European authorities to ensure safe passage to migrants, after hundreds are feared to have drowned in the Mediterranean last week. German humanitarian organization Sea-Watch, operating a rescue boat in the sea between Libya and Italy, distributed the picture taken by a media production company on board and which showed a rescuer cradling the child like a sleeping baby.

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  • Crocodile takes woman during night swim in Australia

    A woman is feared dead after being seized by a crocodile during a late-night swim at a beach in northern Australia as her friend struggled to save her, police said Monday. The women went for a stroll on Thornton Beach on Sunday evening in the far north of Queensland state before making a fateful decision to take a dip in an area known to be infested with crocodiles. Senior Constable Russell Parker said the women -- Australians visiting the area -- were in the water when one of them was grabbed, with her friend desperately trying to drag her to safety.

  • Veterans Can Get Great Rates With A Refinance


    You could save big by reducing your rate with a VA home refinance. Compare quotes and take advantage of your benefits!

  • This is a side of Serena Williams you don’t see often

    There is no doubt about it — Serena Williams is the queen of women’s tennis. The holder of 21 grand slam trophies and 70 career titles has long been unstoppable on the court. Last year, she claimed three of the year’s four majors, falling agonizingly short of completing the coveted calendar Grand Slam when she lost to Roberta Vinci in the US Open semifinals. She’s brutally dominating, and her sheer power accompanied by those piercing screams just blows opponents away time and time again. All that we know, but there’s a side to Serena we don’t often see. After her third-round victory over France’s Kristina Mladenovic at the French Open, we got a glimpse of the real Serena when she was out of public

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  • I Tried Going to Sleep at 9 Every Night—Here's What Surprised Me

    My husband and I have a problem: sleep. We don't get enough, ever. He wakes in the mornings (after several snoozes) in a foul mood that lasts until at least four in the afternoon. And I'm tired all the time. Really tired. I have no energy all day. Most days, that means no energy to work out or play with the kids. Some days, I can't get out of bed. Fortunately, we have a lot of bedfellows. The CDC classifies insufficient sleep as a public health problem. And every doctor, health guru, and mattress salesman says they have the answer to better sleep. So we picked through the pillow talk and settled on two books that promised slumber solutions: 5 AM Miracle by Jeff Sanders and Sleep Smarter by Shawn

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  • X-Men: Apocalypse is what happens when a superhero franchise runs out of ideas

    To really understand X-Men: Apocalypse, you have look back to director Bryan Singer’s first film about the team of superpowered mutants. Released 16 years ago this summer, X-Men was the first fully formed entry in the modern superhero movie canon, and it played a major role in launching the current comic book movie boom.

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