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Teen Feels 'Hopeful' After Experimental Stem Cell Procedure on Damaged Heart
A North Carolina teen said he's feeling "hopeful" after getting an infusion of stem cells during an experimental procedure that may help heal his heart and extend his life. Caleb Sizemore, 19, was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy 12 years ago. The genetic disorder is characterized by
British Couple Has 1940s-Themed Wedding and Takes Fabulous Photos
How does a couple who loves history get married? With a 1940s-themed wedding, of course. When British couple Ria Chambers and Jonathan Jefferies wed last month, the two stayed true to their theme -- down to their proposal. Jefferies, 40, who met his future bride in a "living history group" that
How Ken Griffey Jr.'s rookie card became No. 1 for Upper Deck
When Ken Griffey Jr . is inducted this summer into the Baseball Hall of Fame , fans will undoubtedly remember his perfect swing and his spectacular home run-robbing catches. Collectors, meanwhile, will always remember his Upper Deck rookie card. It was card No. 1 to the new kid on the block, Upper
Secret Santas Pay Off Walmart Layaway Orders in 3 Different States
Walmart customers in three different states received an early Christmas present from some generous Secret Santas. Customers in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida were shocked to find out that their layaway orders had been paid off by anonymous donors, and the total amount of donations added up to
Comparing Hopkins with history
"Old age comes on suddenly, and not gradually as is thought." -- Emily Dickinson The boxer moved on leaden legs, the bald spot on top of his head clearly visible from the upper reaches of Madison Square Garden. Fighting more from memory than motivation, he held off his swarming assailant for seven
A Surprise Engagement for La Toya Jackson
Hello I'm Dan Kessler and this is news makers for ABC news and Yahoo! News show business. As an part of the Jackson family LaToya Jackson is a singer actress and author and is opening up her life in front of the cameras. In her reality television show life the toy now in its second season. So I
Woman Finds Lizard Head, Arm in Kale Salad
Robin Sandusky was trying to incorporate more protein into her diet, but finding a surprise critter in her salad wasn’t exactly what she had in mind. Sandusky, who works in New York City’s theater industry, found the head and arm of a lizard in the...
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg on 'Epidemic of Gun Violence'
Mayors Against Illegal Guns calls for action in response to the Connecticut shooting.
DREAMers in Arizona Won't Qualify For Medicaid
Undocumented immigrants granted two-year reprieves from deportation through the Obama administration's deferred action program will not be eligible for Medicaid benefits. [[MORE] ] The Arizona Republic reports that federal health officials from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services sent a
Gang Members Arrested on Charges of Sex Trafficking Suburban Teens
Sex trafficking is moving to the suburbs. Federal prosecutors have charged five alleged gang members with trafficking teenage girls into prostitution in suburban Northern Virginia, one of the wealthiest areas in the United States, according to an FBI affidavit unsealed this week in U.S. District