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January 11, 2019 9:59 AM Slain Louisiana police Officer Chateri Payne mourned as search continues for 'coward or cowards' who killed her

Police Officer Chateri Payne graduated from the academy only two years ago. She was fatally shot Wednesday night as she was leaving for work on the night shift with the Shreveport, La., police department. (Facebook) The "coward or cowards' who killed rookie Shreveport, La., police Officer Chateri Payne, who was fatally shot Wednesday night, remained 220

January 8, 2019 2:11 AM Sick baby boy named after Shohei Ohtani receives visit from Angels star

Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani paid a visit over the weekend to an ailing baby boy in Japan who bears his name. Shohei Kawasaki, born in June 2017, has dilated cardiomyopathy, which causes shortness of breath and problems with the heart muscle. Ultimately, he will need a heart transplant to alleviate the issue. A group trying to raise money for the surgery 146

January 7, 2019 10:28 PM Brother of American detained in Russia explains why Paul Whelan has passports from 4 countries

The brother of the American detained in Moscow on suspicion of spying spoke to Fox News Monday afternoon about the surreal case of his twin, including his detainment in a notorious Russian prison and the reasons behind his passports from four countries. “I think Paul’s case proves that truth can be stranger than fiction,” Paul Whelan’s twin, David, told Shep Smith 163

January 7, 2019 1:33 PM South Carolina Chick-fil-As celebrate Clemson in National Championship game with tiger paw-shaped biscuits

Some Chick-fil-A restaurants are selling tiger paw-shaped biscuits ahead of Clemson University's appearance in the College Football Playoff championship game. (Reuters) Ahead of Clemson University’s appearance in the College Football Playoff championship game, Chick-fil-A is getting fans in the spirit with special breakfast biscuits at select South 169

January 1, 2019 2:45 AM Barry Trotz passes Islanders' legend Al Arbour for fourth on wins list

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Barry Trotz moved into fourth place on the NHL's all-time coaching wins list when his New York Islanders beat the Buffalo Sabres 3-1 on Monday night. Trotz picked up his 783rd career victory and passed Islanders franchise legend Al Arbour on the list. "You get into coaching, you talk about certain names that you have respect for," Trotz 109

December 31, 2018 3:12 AM Cow who escaped truck en route to slaughterhouse gives birth to female calf

Brianna, a pregnant cow who escaped a cattle truck early Thursday morning en route to a slaughterhouse, gave birth on Saturday to a female calf named Winter. (Skylands Animal Sanctuary and Rescue) A pregnant cow who escaped a cattle truck en route to a New Jersey slaughterhouse gave birth to a female calf at the sanctuary that rescued her on Saturday 133

December 30, 2018 12:58 PM Nancy Grace Roman, 'Mother Of Hubble' Space Telescope, Has Died, At Age 93

When Nancy Grace Roman was a child, her favorite object to draw was the moon. Her mother used to take her on walks under the nighttime sky and show her constellations, or point out the colorful swirls of the aurora. Roman loved to look up at the stars and imagine. Eventually, her passion for stargazing blossomed into a career as a renowned astronomer 109

December 26, 2018 1:14 PM Sherpa widows to climb Everest to inspire single women

KATHMANDU (Reuters) - The widows of two sherpa climbers, who died on Mount Everest, will try to climb the world’s highest mountain to complete the unfinished ascents of their husbands and hopefully inspire other single women, the pair said on Wednesday. Furdiki Sherpa’s husband died while fixing ropes for his foreign clients on the 8,850-meter (29,035-ft) mountain 141

December 19, 2018 4:00 PM Montenegro unveils monument of ex-Yugoslav communist leader Tito

PODGORICA, Montenegro (Reuters) - In a nostalgic homage to a now-defunct nation, a bronze statue of former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito was unveiled on Wednesday in Montenegro’s capital Podgorica. Tito, who led former communist Yugoslavia from the end of World War Two until death in 1980, was criticized as a totalitarian dictator by some at home and abroad 66

December 17, 2018 11:21 PM St. Louis woman, 18, serenaded by Jason Mraz dies while waiting for new lungs

Madison Taliaferro, 18, "passed away peacefully" on Saturday at the St. Louis Children's Hospital Missouri, after she lost a "courageous-long-fought battle," a funeral home obituary stated. (Google Earth) A Kansas teen with cystic fibrosis who was recently serenaded by Jason Mraz reportedly died while awaiting a new pair of lungs. Madison Taliaferro 172