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September 26, 2022

Wildlife Rescue Gets a Fresh Fruit Feast When a Truck Spills a Bunch of Watermelons

On the final day of the Annual Watermelon Festival in Farmerville, Louisiana, a produce truck carrying melons was on its way into town. The road conditions weren't great; it had been raining so the trek was slippery. That's when the produce truck began sliding and rear-ended another truck with a ski boat in tow. Fruit “went flying all over the road.

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September 15, 2022

Parents Are Sharing Their Black Daughters’ Sweet Reactions To Seeing ‘The Little Mermaid’ Trailer

Disney is releasing a live-action version of The Little Mermaid and giving fans a first look. The trailer is making waves, particularly among Black girls who are so excited to see Halle Bailey take on the role of the first Black Ariel. Parents are sharing heartwarming videos of their children’s reactions to seeing Bailey, and they demonstrate just how powerful on-screen representation is. The videos show the girls beaming as Bailey appears in the trailer.

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August 31, 2022

Cat Saves Owner From a Heart Attack by Jumping on Her Chest

Around 4:30 a.m. on August 8, Sam Felstead was having a heart attack in her sleep. Her 7-year-old cat, Billy, woke her up by relentlessly jumping on her chest and meowing. “He was quite clever, bless him,” says the 42-year-old woman. “He wanted to stay beside me all the time.” Because of her feline hero’s determination, Felstead is alive. Felstead was surprised to say the least. “I went to bed and I felt fine.

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August 25, 2022

President Biden Announces $10K Student Loan Forgiveness for Millions of Americans

On Wednesday, President Biden made the announcement that millions of people with student debt have longed for. The government will begin forgiving $10,000 in federal student loan debt for Americans who earn less than $125,000. And, for all Americans, the pandemic-era pause on federal loan payments will continue until January 2023. It's a thrilling day for many who are having difficulty making payments while keeping themselves afloat financially.

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