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As nasty flu virus runs amok, what all Americans need to know

Updated: Jan 12, 2018 2:40 PM
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  • World War II Veteran Gets 50,000 Cards for 96th Birthday

    World War II Veteran Gets 50,000 Cards for 96th Birthday

    Friday, January 18 2019 1:38 PM EST2019-01-18 18:38:03 GMT
    By JOHANNA LIClick here to watch video. A World War II veteran was flooded with 55,000 birthday cards, just in time for his 96th birthday – a celebration he had been in low spirits about until now. Duane Sherman of Fullerton, California, said the surprise was “heartwarming,” especially since he felt pretty lonely leading up to his big day, according to KCBS. Sherman said he had never anticipated making it to 96 years old and hadn’t really felt like celebrating another birthday. “A... 
    A World War II veteran was flooded with 55,000 birthday cards, just in time for his 96th birthday – a celebration he had been in low spirits about until now. 
  • Stephen Colbert Sells Cheeky Mugs to Benefit Unpaid Federal Workers

    Stephen Colbert Sells Cheeky Mugs to Benefit Unpaid Federal Workers

    Friday, January 18 2019 11:17 AM EST2019-01-18 16:17:58 GMT
    By SAL BONO Stephen Colbert is doing his best to help furloughed workers affected by the government shutdown by selling mugs with a cheeky and cheesy catchphrase.  Colbert debuted the mugs on Wednesday’s “Late Show With Stephen Colbert” and they read: “Don’t Even Talk to Me Until I’ve Had My Paycheck,” a ploy on mugs which are sold that read: “Don’t Even Talk to Me Until I’ve Had My Coffee.”  On Thursday night’s show, he announced the mugs were for sale on the “Late Show” online st... 
    Stephen Colbert is doing his best to help furloughed workers affected by the government shutdown by selling mugs with a cheeky and cheesy catchphrase.  
  • Families Flock to Pig Museum to Prepare for the Year of the Pig

    Families Flock to Pig Museum to Prepare for the Year of the Pig

    Friday, January 18 2019 10:37 AM EST2019-01-18 15:37:58 GMT
    By JOHANNA LIClick here to watch video. What better way to prepare for the Year of the Pig than by visiting a pig museum? South Korea’s pig museum, located in Icheon, just southeast of Seoul, features more than 7,000 porky paintings, artifacts and sculptures. The museum even has live pigs performing tricks and an opportunity for kids to get up close and personal with the animals. The increased attendance comes ahead of the Lunar New Year, during which observers will ring in the Ye... 
    What better way to prepare for the Year of the Pig than by visiting a pig museum? 
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