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Couple Adopts 4 Babies in Less Than 24 Hours: 'Life Doesn't Always Go as Planned'

Updated: Nov 4, 2016 1:40 PM
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  • Ariana Grande Honors Aretha Franklin With Emotional Rendition of 'A Natural Woman'

    Ariana Grande Honors Aretha Franklin With Emotional Rendition of 'A Natural Woman'

    Friday, August 17 2018 4:18 PM EDT2018-08-17 20:18:03 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff Ariana Grande belted out Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” on “The Tonight Show” Thursday to pay tribute to the late soul singer.  Grande was hesitant because she was afraid she might get emotional, according to reports.  On “The Late Show,” host Stephen Colbert paid tribute to Franklin by playing her entire blockbuster Kennedy Center Honors performance from 2015, which Colbert hosted.  During her performance, President Barack Obam... 
    Ariana Grande belted out Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” on “The Tonight Show” Thursday to pay tribute to the late soul singer.  
  • Whale Watching Guides Race to Save Beached Whales in Iceland

    Whale Watching Guides Race to Save Beached Whales in Iceland

    Friday, August 17 2018 3:58 PM EDT2018-08-17 19:58:03 GMT
    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. A whale watching group jumped into action when they saw two beached bottlenose whales in Iceland Thursday. Members of the Special Tours whale watching expedition alerted their guides to the stranded mammals, which had beached on the shore of Engey Island, RUV reported. The guides took a small boat to the island to try to help the whales, which were both still breathing. Video shows rescuers attempting to keep the whales wet by spra... 
    A whale watching group jumped into action when they saw two beached bottlenose whales in Iceland Thursday. 
  • Armed With Hand-Drawn Map, 2 Girls in Pajamas Take Midnight Bus Ride

    Armed With Hand-Drawn Map, 2 Girls in Pajamas Take Midnight Bus Ride

    Friday, August 17 2018 3:38 PM EDT2018-08-17 19:38:03 GMT
    By Deborah Hastings The bus driver thought it mighty odd when two young girls in their pajamas boarded his rig just before midnight. One was 10, the other 12. They were armed with a hand-drawn map that showed their planned journey, via a Metro Vancouver bus, to London.  Turns out it was the London Drug Store, not the British capital.  Bus driver Ed Boleak contacted the Canadian transit police, who arrived to transport the children home to their very worried parents. The girls had... 
    The bus driver thought it mighty odd when two young girls in their pajamas boarded his rig just before midnight. 
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