Bret Michaels Helps Tornado-Stricken Town; How Teams Can Advance in World Cup

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Bret Michaels Helps Out Tornado Stricken Town
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PHOTO: Rock star Bret Michaels pitches in with storm cleanup in Pilger, Neb., June 23, 2014, in a home that was destroyed by a recent tornado.
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Former Poison frontman Bret Michaels put on his cowboy hat and got to work helping clean up the tornado ravaged town of Pilger, Nebraska.

The rock star, who was joined by his band, said he had "never seen anything like this in my life," according to The Associated Press.

Michaels' visit came nearly a week after several twisters wreaked havoc on the northeastern Nebraska town.

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How Teams Can Advance to the Next Round of the World Cup
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PHOTO: Greeces Dimitris Salpingidis, center, challenges for the ball with Ivory Coasts Serey Die, left, and Arthur Boka during the group C World Cup soccer match between Greece and Ivory Coast at the Arena Castelao in Fortaleza, Brazil, June 24, 2014.
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The World Cup's group's stage comes to a conclusion Thursday, and half the tournament's 32 teams will advance to the round of 16.

So far, Brazil, Mexico, the Netherlands, Chile, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Colombia and Greece have all advanced to the next round.

Over the next two days, four more groups will be decided.

Get the lowdown here on how it could all unfold.

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Stroke Warning Signs
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Convinced she was having a stroke, Stacey Yetes captured her symptoms on her smartphone camera so she could show them to doctors.

The ministroke was caused by a plaque blockage to one of her arteries, which deprived part of her brain of blood and oxygen, according to University Health Network in Toronto. Yepes underwent rehabilitation as an outpatient and recovered from her strokes mostly unscathed.

Read More About Yetes' 'Stroke Selfie' Here

Check out stroke warning signs from the National Stroke Association here.

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Leah Remini's Reality Show
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PHOTO: Leah Remini attends the 2014 UNICEF ball presented by Baccarat at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Jan. 14, 2014 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Leah Remini's next television debut will be personal.

The actress' reality show, "Leah Remini: It's All Relative," will premiere on TLC July 10.

The former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant said in March that she wants to prove to fans that she's just like them.

"My family is not so different from the rest of America," she told People magazine. "I think people love to see that, ‘Oh, just because she's on television and in Hollywood, I can still relate to her.’"

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