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Touching: Youth Corp members rescued a victim of stroke abandoned by his wife and 7 children.

It requires just humanity for one to be kind to other humans. It doesn’t matter if those you’re to be kind to are your brothers, sisters, uncles, parents, friends or anyone close to you. 100 more words

Daughter Says She Came Home to Find Mother Dead, Father Stabbed in South Whittier; Investigation Underway: Sheriff

An investigation is underway after a woman told authorities she came home to find her mother dead and her father suffering from stab wounds in South Whittier Saturday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. 128 more words

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LAX’s Global Entry Enrollment Center Closed Indefinitely Because Staff Is at U.S.-Mexico Border

The Global Entry enrollment center at LAX, designed to ease passage for travelers after an international flight, has closed its offices indefinitely to free Customs and Border Protection workers to work on “the humanitarian and security crisis on our southwest border,” an agency representative said. 124 more words

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Plays currently on in Montreal: Take a trip to Mamma Mia!'s Kalokairi

With heat in the city soaring to what feels like 40C with humidity, Montrealers can take comfort knowing there are several air-conditioned activities taking place to keep them cool and entertained. 194 more words

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Environment Canada issues severe thunderstorm warning for southern Quebec

As if the heat wasn’t enough.

In addition to trying to stay cool in the current heat wave, Montrealers will potentially have to deal with thunder and lightning. 47 more words

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Home County: London artists take the spotlight

Day two of the Home County Music and Art Festival began Saturday afternoon with a celebration of some of the Forest City’s best local musicians. 230 more words

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Famed Architect Cesar Pelli Who Created L.A.'s Pacific Design Center, Dies at 92

Architect César Pelli, renowned for designing some of the world’s tallest buildings, has died, his firm said. He was 92.

Pelli, an Argentine-American whose work ranged from skyscrapers in Malaysia and New York to an arena in Tulsa, Oklahoma, died Friday at his home in New Haven, Connecticut, said Anibal Bellomio, a senior associate architect at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. 489 more words

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