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Mom loses $800K disability case after photos emerge of her winning tree-throwing competition

Kamila Grabska, 36, sued an insurance agency in the country, RSA Insurance, after a 2017 car crash she claimed caused her debilitating neck and back pain.

Patient cured of HIV and leukemia is 'extremely grateful' 5 years after stem cell transplant

“I wasn’t ready to die,”?Paul Edmonds, 68, told ABC News last year.

Locals in 'panic mode' over closing of beloved NYC dog café, rally together to save Boris & Horton

Boris & Horton will shut its doors on Monday even if they hit their $250,000 goal.

Cat reunites with family after surviving Maui wildfires 6 months ago: 'It's a beautiful thing'

A three-year-old cat named Mahina had been missing ever since the devastating natural disaster destroyed her family's home -- and they've finally been reunited.

'Miracle' preemie who developed rare, deadly heart condition celebrates 1st birthday

“Arley has survived everything that’s been thrown at him, he’s a miracle," his mom said.

If you know why the 'Dune' stars and celebs are posing this way, you’re definitely Gen Z

When "Dune: Part Two” stars Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya and Austin Butler attended the film’s premiere in Seoul, South Korea, the trio poured their hearts out.

Pastor, 64, won $500K lottery — then realized he forgot winning ticket at the store

He only noticed he didn't have his ticket to endless relaxation when one of his children asked him to send a photo of it.

World’s tallest man and shortest woman reunite for astonishing photos

They went to great lengths for this meeting.

Washington flights exceed 800 mph due to near-record winds over DC -- arrive 45 minutes early

Other air travelers also benefited from this powerful jet stream on Saturday and Sunday with commercial airline speeds reaching over 800 mph. Data from the NWS balloon near 35,000 feet...

Customer shocks restaurant staff by leaving $10,000 tip — then they found out the heartbreaking reason why

“It was just really an act of kindness that impacted so many people,” one server told reporters.

Former restaurateur crafts teddy bears for the grieving using sentimental fabrics -- including blood-soaked cloth

A once-successful Wall Street restaurateur whose business was 86ed by the pandemic is cashing in on an unlikely second career.

I was horrified my husband was a nudist — now I'm one, too, but we're not pervs

Their relationship is all about the bare necessities.?

I lost half of my hand in a power tool accident — here's why I rarely use my $12K prosthetic

Leo Goodale said he was using an electric table saw when he accidentally brushed his left hand against the blade. “I looked down and my hand was just gone.”

I'm the only person to run a marathon on every continent dressed as fruit -- and my name's Sally Orange

Sally Orange is famous for her running gear - "and has even met members of the Royal family whilst dressed in her fruity outfits."

New dialect known as 'Miami English' appearing in Florida, linguists say —?here's what it sounds like

Thanks God I made the line to pay for groceries.

Been here before? Astrology can reveal your past lives — here's how you can find out

What can astrology tell us about our true soul cycle? How do the moon and the lunar nodes tell us a story of who we were and prepare us to...

We're identical twin girls in our 20s —?we share everything, even our underwear

“Having a twin is not like having a sibling. Having a twin feels like you’re the same people in two different bodies."

Forget New York Fashion Week, the designer to watch is a 7-year-old prodigy from LA

Max Alexander, a 7-year-old fashion prodigy in Los Angeles, has captured the eye of celebrities and the hearts of the internet.

I climbed Mount Everest in a day, smashing a world record — all without leaving my cozy suburban home

"After 14 hours I went into one of the rooms upstairs and cried, then carried on," said Sean Gee, 37.

Teen’s skin ‘melted away’ after getting burned while using nail polish remover

"I was really scared and I was screaming," said a girl named Kennedy, who suffered third-degree burns on her arm while cleaning her nails next to a lit candle.

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