Shocking videos show the moment this cable car took a nosedive and killed 14 people


How a 94-year-old was stabbed in broad daylight

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A 94-year-old Asian woman was stabbed several times in the middle of the day in San Francisco, according to authorities. 

The assault occurred around 10:15 a.m. yesterday, and the woman, who was taken to a local hospital, is expected to live. 

The 35-year-old suspect was arrested about an hour later. He faces charges including attempted homicide and elder abuse. 

“Investigators believe the attack was unprovoked and are working to determine if race as a motivating factor,” officials said. 

What else do we know about the incident at this time?

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While the holiday has been celebrated unofficially for more than two years, Congress passed legislation yesterday to officially make it a federal holiday. Effective immediately, federal employees will have a paid holiday today since the actual holiday falls on Saturday. 

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This couple drove 6 hours to get engaged in front of a tornado

A couple embracing in front of a large tornado after they just got engaged
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A weather loving duo took their passion for weather to an entirely new level when they got engaged in front of a tornado.  

The couple reportedly drove six hours to not only see their first ever tornado in person, but also take the next big step in their relationship. Raya Maday and Tom Bedard, who both work for AccuWeather, set out to Colorado in hopes of locating a twister on the ground. 

Maday thought they were just making the trip to chase storms, as she had no idea that Bedard brought an engagement ring along. When the couple finally saw a promising storm forming, Bedard was able to pop the question just after the tornado touched down. 

Getting engaged in front of a tornado may seem bizarre, but it resulted in some pretty epic engagement photos and video.

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“One day, the girl I babysat was playing with her dolls, and she ripped the head off of one and put it in a box. I looked inside the box, and there were a whole bunch of stray heads in there. I asked her what she was doing this for, and she replied, ‘Practicing.’ I never babysat her again.”

Kids say the darndest things! They also say the creepiest things at times. These parents have shared some of the not-so-normal things their children have said. These tales are sure to give you the heebie-jeebies.

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5 travel insurance tips that will ensure your trip is the best it can be

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When you’ve spent ages carefully planning your trip down to the last detail, you want to feel secure that everything is going to go according to plan.

But the reality is, life is full of surprises. You should be ready for any traveling curveballs that get thrown your way. The best way to do that is by making sure all your bases are covered — especially when it comes to travel insurance.

Here’s where to start.

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