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Man searches for paramedics who saved his life 28 years ago

It’s been nearly three decades since Dave Murphy was stabbed outside an Ottawa mall. "I suffered from severe PTSD," Murphy said. "I couldn’t even talk about it, couldn’t think about it. If I saw anyone that looked like those guys, I'd get off the train or look the other way."

UK's Boris Johnson attended a gathering for his birthday while the rest of the country was in lockdown

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson celebrated his birthday with a gathering at his official residence in June 2020 while the United Kingdom was in its first Covid-19 lockdown, a spokesperson said Monday, marking the latest scandal for the country's leader.

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Dolly Parton celebrated her 76th birthday in her 'birthday suit'

Dolly Parton's idea of a "birthday suit" is slightly more sedate than you might imagine. The singing legend celebrated her 76th birthday Wednesday by posting a photo of her wearing a pink outfit with red lace accents on her verified Twitter account.

Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show set to be a '90s lovefest

A trailer for this year's Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show is a cinematic treat featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar in a '90s-style video.

Fans sue Universal Pictures for cutting Ana de Armas from film

Two fans of the actress Ana de Armas are suing the studio Universal Pictures for allegedly duping them into renting a film because they believed she would be in it due to trailers and promotional material.

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Opening statements begin Monday in criminal trial of Michael Avenatti over Stormy Daniels' book deal

Opening statements are set to start Monday in Manhattan in a third criminal case against Michael Avenatti, the once high-flying celebrity lawyer who rose to fame by representing adult-film star Stormy Daniels in her bid to terminate a hush-money deal that silenced her allegations of an affair with former President Donald Trump.

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Supreme Court takes up case that could limit federal government's jurisdiction over wetlands

The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to take up a case that could limit the federal government's jurisdiction over wetlands protected under the Clean Water Act.

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Biden administration identifying troops for possible deployment to Eastern Europe amid Russia tensions

The Biden administration is in the final stages of identifying specific military units it wants to send to Eastern Europe and writing up the military orders in an effort to deter Russia, which has massed tens of thousands of troops on the border with Ukraine, according to multiple US and defense officials.

Texas sheriff's deputy struck, killed while conducting off-duty motorcycle escort

The Harris County, Texas, Sheriff's Office (HCSO) Monday announced the death of one of its officers who was struck and killed overnight while conducting an off-duty motorcycle escort.

Dozens of dogs and cats rescued from hoarding case up for adoption in Massachusetts

Dozens of cats and dogs rescued from a hoarding case in Tulsa, Oklahoma are now in Massachusetts and will soon be looking for new homes, the MSPCA says.

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