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Penguins play ‘O Canada’ prior to game vs. Flyers in tribute to Ottawa

By Katie Flynn, The Score As an act of solidarity due to the shootings earlier in the day in Ottawa, the Pittsburgh Penguins chose to honor Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the citizens … Continue reading

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Rooftop Farm Delights Seniors While Feeding Hundreds

By Emily Frost, DNAInfo New York UPPER WEST SIDE — For 40 years, the rooftop of the Hargrave House has been closed to tenants, its views of Central Park and … Continue reading

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Donated kidney to mom in May; running Chicago Marathon on Sunday

By Monica Thomas, Chicago Sun-Times Training to run a marathon can be grueling, even for someone in their best shape. It has been even tougher for Shannon Kenny. She donated … Continue reading

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Harvard Student Receives Humanitarian Parole After Illegally Crossing Border for Dying Mom

By: ISchoolGuide Dario Guerrero Meneses spent several months in Mexico after illegally crossing the border, but he can now return to the United States after receiving a humanitarian parole. The … Continue reading

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By Nicole Blades, Anne-Dorte Andersen wanted to dance. As a quiet 5-year-old growing up in Denmark, all that mattered in her world was being able move along to the … Continue reading

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After Teenage Son’s Death, Mom Trusts Nashville Artist To Create A Portrait From Mementos

by Nina Cardona, Nashville NPR One Nashville artist got an unusual email not long ago. It was from a woman he hadn’t seen in two decades. Her teenage son had … Continue reading

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