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W oman Who Quit Her Job on YouTube Gets Job Offer There's a new twist in the spectacular saga of Marina Shifrin. More than 11 million people watched her quit her job with a song and some bold dance moves. Today, she talked, telling Queen Latifah there's no looking back. Latifah asked whether Shifrin had any regrets and she responded, "No, I think you need to forcefully close one door in order for the other one to open a little easier." Queen Latifah then revealed she is hiring. She's looking for a producer of digital content. Once the shock wore off, Shifrin said she's interested.
Titanic's Original Insurance Policy Revealed A new, eery and prophetic clue has emerged about the Titanic, 101 years after the ship went down. The Titanic's original insurance policy for $5 million in the event of a "total loss" was revealed today. It's dated March 30, 1912, just 15 days before the Titanic hit that iceberg.
Man Who Found Boston Bomber Gets a New Boat Dave Henneberry's beloved boat was destroyed during the shootout between police and accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who was hiding in his backyard. Grateful Americans rallied together to raise $50,000 for his cause. Tonight, he tells ABC News he used that money to get a new boat for himself. Well, technically a used boat. It's a 24-foot-long fixer upper. He plans to name it "Beth Said Yes," a homage to his wife, adding the outpouring of donations was humbling and has restored his faith in people.