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“It was a moment of niceness that we needed because we were going through hell,” said Natasha De Alencar, whose husband was killed in Afghanistan.
The rare giraffes are leucistic, not albino.
As thousands of people face rising waters, officials have turned to the public for help.
Sightings of Pinky are chronicled on a Facebook page that has more than 3,000 followers.
Footage shows a man entering the attic and peering into his neighbor's bedroom through a vent.
“I’m an animal lover,” the officer said. “I just saw no need to put it down.”
The woman said she woke up in a hospital with a concussion and bruises all over her body and face.
Cameras captured German Chancellor Angela Merkel interacting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit. But it was what she did that caught the Web's attention.
An early-morning commute in Atlanta turned into a frantic rescue effort.
Dave McIntyre, The Washington Post’s resident wine columnist, offers versatile pairings for the holiday feast.