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Two-Headed Turtle Hatchling Found In Florida
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2018-05-23    0 views
Interns working with the University of Central Florida’s Turtle Lab came upon a rare and fabulous creature on Tuesday.

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After their dog passes away—sibling gives her a gift, she pushes its paw and everyone loses it-teaser
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2018-05-23    0 views
This video uploaded by Twitter user @nataliesucks shows the impact a dog can have on a family.

The user's family's dog, Leo, had passed away recently, and it was especially hard on her sister. The dog helped her sister sleep at night, so she was having a hard time coping with the loss.

So in this video, the user got the sister something that will help the memory of Leo live on forever.

Watch to see her reaction.

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Hero saves 18-year-old deaf, blind dog-teaser
maggie.ren
2018-05-23    0 views
Even though you might think something is impossible, life can surprise you in the most wonderful ways.

When one man lost his 18-year-old dog who had been going blind and deaf, he feared the worst. But this plucky dog was not about to give up just yet. 

And with the help of some timely interlopers, this happy ending was also the start of a beautiful beginning.

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Suspicious man arrives while mom and daughter sleep—then unexpected voice scares him off-teaser
maggie.ren
2018-05-23    0 views
Most homeowners are afraid of break-ins and take great precautions to prevent them. Even a petty burglary can escalate into something dangerous, and it's especially concerning when you have a young child in the house.

But one family's run-in with a suspicious stranger shows the big impact a simple security system can make---and how it all could've gone a lot differently.

On May 2, in Sydney, Australia, a mother named Jrisi Jusakos and her 2-year-old daughter were sleeping inside. Her husband, Tristian Baker, was miles away at work.

Little did she realize, a mysterious man was approaching her door.

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Uber Issues New Rule for Its Drivers


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Published at: 2018-02-13

Uber is issuing a new rule to combat the issue of fatigue for its drivers. The feature starts automatically once drivers have been active for 12 hours. It then disables drivers’ abilities to accept trips during a following six-hour period. Uber has already had this policy in place in a few U.S. cities, but will now spread to it to all drivers throughout the country.

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