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  • Who is Ben Shapiro and why is he so controversial?

    SALT LAKE CITY – The University of Utah is alerting students about increased police presence, relocated classes and barriers around certain buildings in preparation of Ben Shapiro’s speech Wednesday evening . So who is Shapiro and why is he so controversial? Who is Ben Shapiro? Shapiro, 33, is a conservative political commentator and editor-in-chief of the right-leaning news site The Daily Wire, according to Fox News. He is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, and Harvard Law […]

  • 12-year-old girl helps deliver her baby brother

    JACKSON, Miss. – It was quite the learning experience for a 12-year-old girl who helped deliver her newborn brother. Dede Carraway was getting ready to give birth to her third child in Jackson, Miss., Tuesday, when her doctor, Walter Wolfe, noticed the mom’s oldest child, 12-year-old daughter Jacee, eagerly watching the process in the delivery room, right next to her mother. So he asked if she wanted to help deliver her baby brother and she eagerly accepted the opportunity. The doctor […]

  • Surgeons sew up patient’s beloved stuffed animal

    WINNIPEG – A surgical team sprang into action to save the life of a beloved stuffed animal that belongs to a special needs patient, according to Fox News. The team at Winnipeg’s Concordia Hospital worked to stitch up holes in 23-year-old Dean Heber’s wolf stuffed animal, CBC reported. Heber’s mom, Michelle, told the CBC her son is non-verbal and has developmental delays, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. She said the toys provide him with comfort during his hospital stays. For the […]

  • UK terror threat level raised to ‘critical,’ another attack may be imminent

    British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Tuesday the country’s terror threat level has been raised to its highest level, “critical.” This comes in the wake of the deadly attack at a Manchester Ariana Grande concert, signifying that another attack may be imminent, according to Fox News. This is a developing story. Updates to come.

  • At least 3 killed after bus and train collide in Biloxi, Mississippi

    By Jamiel Lynch and Devon Sayers and Darran Simon CNN (CNN) — Four people were killed when a bus carrying senior citizens on a casino outing collided with a freight train Tuesday in Biloxi, Mississippi, officials said. Previous reports from Biloxi officials fluctuated between three and four deaths. The Texas-based charter bus, carrying 48 people, was heading north on Main Street when it got stuck trying to cross the train tracks, according to Cecilia Dobbs Walton, a city spokeswoman. The […]

  • NASA: Last man to walk on moon, Gene Cernan, has died

    The last man to walk on the moon, astronaut Gene Cernan, has died. He was 82. Fox News reported Cernan was the commander of Apollo 17 in December 1972, the last lunar mission and one of the final Apollo flights. When Cernan stepped out from lunar module “Challenger” he became the 11th person to walk on the moon. His lunar module pilot, Jack Schmitt, was the 12th. But as commander, Cernan was the last to re-enter the module, making him […]

  • Snowboarder survives avalanche in Whistler, records terrifying slide

    WHISTLER, Canada – Aussie snowboarder Tom Oye survived an avalanche in Whistler Jan. 11 and caught the terrifying event on camera. He escaped thanks to a combination of luck and an inflatable backpack after the slope he was traveling down suddenly collapsed beneath his feet. Oye posted the footage to Facebook showing how, in the space of a few seconds, parts of a Canadian hillside turned from an idyllic powdery slope into the scene of a terrifying avalanche. In the […]

  • The date people are most likely to begin an affair

    January 9. It’s said to be the day people are mostly likely to start an affair. New research from Gleeden.com, a dating website specifically for people who want to cheat, shows the New Year is a popular time for those seeking extramarital attention. According to Fox News, Gleeden said its website is busiest the second Monday after Christmas. The website says that means Jan. 9 is the day partners are most likely to stray. Click here to see the full report from […]

  • Dylann Roof found guilty of all counts in the shooting deaths of nine people at Charleston church

    CHARLESTON, South Carolina – A jury has found Dylann Roof guilty of counts 1 to 12 in his federal trial in Charleston, South Carolina, according to FOX News. BREAKING NEWS: Dylann Roof convicted in Charleston church massacre https://t.co/3U4L07nwYk pic.twitter.com/dEF1bF0KiK — Fox News (@FoxNews) December 15, 2016 .@ShepNewsTeam on #DylannRoof: "The only question now is whether he lives or dies." pic.twitter.com/v7cKyWvbmv — Fox News (@FoxNews) December 15, 2016 The judge is still reading other charges. Roof confessed to killing nine people […]

  • ‘Netflix and Chill’? It could be lowering your sperm count

    You’ve heard of “Netflix and Chill?” It turns out it could be just the opposite. A new study out of Denmark suggests all that binge-watching could be lowering your sperm count. According to FoxNews.com, men who logged 5 or more hours of TV per day had 29 percent lower sperm concentration and 34 percent lower sperm counts than men who didn’t watch any TV. So is this the same for all sedentary activity? Apparently not. Men who played on the computer for the same […]

  • Link: Thanksgiving and Black Friday hours for major U.S. retailers

    Link: Thanksgiving and Black Friday hours for major U.S. retailers

  • Legendary singer, songwriter, Leon Russell dies

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. –  Musician Leon Russell, a top session player in the 1960s and ’70s who later had a successful solo career with such hits as “Tight Rope” and “Lady Blue,” has died. He was 74. An email from Leon Russell Records to The Associated Press says Russell died in Nashville on Saturday night. The email cites Russell’s wife as the source of the information. Russell had heart bypass surgery in July and was recovering from that at the time […]

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