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When Only One Kid Showed Up To Her 6th Birthday, The Internet Came To The Rescue
When Only One Kid Showed Up To Her 6th Birthday, The Internet Came To The Rescue

Kinley Montgomery was all set to celebrate her sixth birthday with a princess-themed party at a bowling alley with her friends. Her mom and grandma had rented a room and filled it with balloons, cake, and goodie bags.

But when it came time for the party, only Kinley's friend Jayla showed up.
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President Bush's Powerful Veteran Portraits
President Bush's Powerful Veteran Portraits
During his first in-studio appearance, President George W. Bush discussed his admiration for veterans, the meaning behind his collection of portraits, and his newest furry family member.
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Seven Alien 'Earths' Found Orbiting Nearby Star
Seven Alien 'Earths' Found Orbiting Nearby Star
Seven rocky planets orbiting a nearby star may be roughly the size of Earth and could even be right for water--and maybe life--to adorn their surfaces, researchers announced Wednesday.
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Cranberry Lemon Loaf Recipe
Cranberry Lemon Loaf Recipe
We're back! Home, that is. We've been away for just under 3 months and it feels both odd and awesome to be home. Strangely, we're still figuring out which light switches turn on which lights and we are both very, very jet-lagged. Me more so than Mike, but I actually love jet lag so maybe I'll stick around on Japan time for a little while longer?
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Shaquille O'Neal Comes In With A Heartwarming Assist During NBA All-Star Game Fundraiser
Shaquille O'Neal Comes In With A Heartwarming Assist During NBA All-Star Game Fundraiser
Basketball legends of the past and present teamed up to honor the late sportscaster Craig Sager during the NBA's All-Star Weekend on Saturday in New Orleans. After Eric Gordon claimed victory in the Three-Point Contest, TNT broadcaster Ernie Johnson announced that in honor of Sager, for the next minute, every three-point shot made would equal a $10,000 donation to the SagerStrong Foundation.
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Who Was the Hill Country's Legendary Hondo Crouch?
Who Was the Hill Country's Legendary Hondo Crouch?
With a name like Hondo, he must have established the town of Hondo, Texas, right? Wrong. Hondo Crouch is the guy who made Luckenbach, Texas famous enough for a songwriter to write about the town. Hondo didn't launch the tiny Luckenbach. A few Germans did that back in the 1800's, but Hondo Crouch branded it.
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Letting Loose In The Library
Letting Loose In The Library
Socially struggling students have historically sought solace in the silence and solitude of their high school libraries. "It was definitely silent," Chimacum (WA) High School Principal Whitney Meissner said of her high school's library during the mid-1980s.
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Teacher Has Personalized Handshakes With Every One of His Students
Teacher Has Personalized Handshakes With Every One of His Students
Barry White, Jr., a fifth grade English teacher at Ashley Park PreK-8 School in Charlotte, North Carolina, has an elaborate, personalized handshake with every one of his students. Every. Single. One.
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This Teacher's Clever Classroom Game Helps Kids Think About World Peace
This Teacher's Clever Classroom Game Helps Kids Think About World Peace

Virginia public school teacher John Hunter has a unique tool that he uses to teach his students, but it's what he's teaching them with it that could change the world.

Hunter's invented what he calls "The World Peace Game:" a multilevel board game of sorts that he uses as an interactive, immersive way to teach kids about world problems in an effort to get them to think about ways to solve them.
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Photos of a Dictator's Peaceful Downfall, 30 Years On
Photos of a Dictator's Peaceful Downfall, 30 Years On

"Housewife."

That's the occupation that Corazon Aquino listed 30 years ago when she registered to run for president of the Philippines in 1986. She was a political neophyte who stepped forward to challenge a strongman widely believed to have been involved in the assassination of her husband, opposition leader Senator Benigno S. "Ninoy" Aquino, Jr. Incumbent President Ferdinand Marcos had hastily called snap elections in a bid to strengthen his hold on office after months of political turmoil that followed the killing in 1983.
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