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Teens Rescued After 3 Days in Paris Catacombs

TWO TEENAGERS HAVE BEEN TREATED IN THE HOSPITAL FOR HYPOTHERMIA AFTER SPENDING THREE DAYS LOST IN THE CATACOMBS UNDER PARIS

1/1Two teenagers have been treated in the hospital for hypothermia after spending three days lost in the catacombs under Paris. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – Two teenagers ended a trip to the catacombs under Paris with a trip to the hospital. The 16-year old and 17-year-old boys spent three days lost in what was once known as the “empire…

Former NBA player Rodman is back in North Korea

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Dennis Rodman, the former NBA bad boy who has palled around with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, flew to Pyongyang on Tuesday on a trip he says he hopes will “open a door” for his former “Celebrity Apprentice” boss — U.S. President Donald Trump. Hours after his arrival, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson…

Cancer Patients Consider Purchasing a Computer

CAN COMPUTERS HELP CANCER PATIENTS LIVE LONGER

Finding changes early could save lives. Two years ago, cancer patient Kathy Kowsky was too sick to make the short walk from her home to the ocean, ” When you lay down in bed you can hear the waves crashing. It’s just calming.” Kathy’s cancer was discovered during a routine colonscopy. After 3 surgeries and 29 days of radiation, the…

Uber Criticized for Surge Pricing After London Attacks

UBER CRITICIZED FOR INFLATED PRICE AFTER LONDON ATTACKS

1/1Uber criticized for inflated price after London attacks. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – This weekend’s deadly terror attacks in London led to an online stream of backlash for Uber. Users complained on social media that the ride sharing app took too long to deactivate its “surge pricing” feature for people trying to seek safety. The general manager of Uber…

Chinese maker of Ivanka Trump shoes denies labor violations

SHANGHAI (AP) — A Chinese company that makes shoes for Ivanka Trump and other brands denied allegations Thursday of excessive overtime and low wages made by three activists who have been arrested or disappeared. The Associated Press reported Tuesday that Hua Haifeng, an investigator for China Labor Watch, a New York-based nonprofit, had been arrested on a charge of illegal…

2 mature spellers stand out among 15 left at national bee

OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — As the Scripps National Spelling Bee inched its way through the four grueling rounds that would determine the primetime finalists, two spellers seemed like young men among boys and girls. Sitting on opposite sides of the stage, veteran spellers Tejas Muthusamy and Shourav Dasari, both 14, handled their time at the microphone with ease and…

Woman Likely Froze To Death Walking To Canada

BODY FOUND IN NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA

1/1Freezing Conditions Likely Led To Woman’s Death Show Caption Hide Caption Associated Press A woman who may have been trying to reach Canada on foot from the United States probably froze to death in a remote part of northwestern Minnesota, authorities said. The body of 57-year-old Mavis Otuteye, who authorities believe was a citizen of Ghana in western Africa, was…

Tropical Depression Forms Near Southern Mexico

HURRICANE SEASON KICKS OFF A DAY EARLY IN THE PACIFIC

1/1The First Tropical Depression of the Season Develops In The Pacific Ocean Show Caption Hide Caption Hurricane season officially starts on June 1st for the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, but Mother Nature is a step ahead as a Tropical Depression formed near southern Mexico. The depression has formed off Mexico’s southern Pacific coast, prompting authorities to issue a Tropical Storm…

BREAKING: Huge Explosion in Kabul, Kills 64 People

OFFICIALS REPORT 64 PEOPLE WERE KILLED AND ABOUT 320 INJURED IN CAR BOMBING

1/5 Photo From Associated Press Show Caption Hide Caption 2/5 Photo From Associated Press Show Caption Hide Caption 3/5 Photo From Associated Press Show Caption Hide Caption 4/5 Photo From Associated Press Show Caption Hide Caption 5/5 Photo From Associated Press Show Caption Hide Caption KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A massive explosion rocked a highly secure diplomatic area of Kabul…

Retrieval of Mt. Everest Bodies Stirs Debate

MANY IN CLIMBING COMMUNITY QUESTION RISK VERSUS REWARD

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — The Indian man wept as a helicopter landed in Nepal’s capital carrying the body of his brother, one of hundreds of climbers who have died while attempting to climb Mount Everest. The body had been left on the mountain for a year until last week, when a team of Sherpa climbers managed to recover it along…