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On Tuesday, Angelina Jolie wrote a powerful piece for the New York Times Opinion section revealing she had a double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA1 gene, which estimated her risk of getting breast cancer to 87%. After her mother fought cancer for almost a decade and died at 56, she decided to take this preventative measure so she could be there for her children. Watch this powerful interview that she had with 60 minutes on her mother and you can understand why she underwent this procedure.
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Abercrombie & Fitch, American clothing company known for their sex appeal and overpowering fragrance, has been getting a lot of heat for controversial statements their CEO, Mike Jeffries, has recently made. The 68-year-old has been demonized for refusing to sell XL and XXL sized women's clothing, because he doesn't want larger women wearing his clothes, saying "In every school there are the cool kids, and then there are the not-so-cool-kids. We go after the cool kids. A lot of people don't belong, and they can't belong. Are we exclusionary? Absolutely." On top of that, when clothing is damaged, Abercrombie has said it would rather burn clothes than give them to poor people. So, in a controversial campaign, Greg Karber is trying to re-brand the company, by imploring people to donate all of their A&F clothing to homeless shelters. But, is this idea funny and clever, or degrading to the homeless population?
The people of Jeju island, off the coast of South Korea, have been protesting the construction of a naval base there for several years now. During a sit in, a police officer bumped into a woman on a ledge that was several feet in the air. She lost her balance and fell. Then, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, police are looking for two suspects after a shooting in a neighborhood caught on camera. Two victims suffered non-life threatening injuries.
You know that changes are always coming to Facebook, and when they do let the angry status updates roll! So here is exactly what that would be like if it happened to your life in your home.
University of Saskatchewan students Sarah Zelinski, Kayla Hatzel and Dylan Lambi-Raine created this thought-provoking video depicting the representations of gender roles in advertising throughout the years. This was a school project for their womens studies class and they decided to show us what they consider all the ridiculous ways the media has and still does, to some extent, portray women as objects. Make sure to stick around to the end when they turn the tables and have a few "male models" re-enact some pivotal controversial poses.
Forty young inmates at a juvenile detention center created a riot and were able to escape. After a confrontation with authorities, many were injured, including one who was killed. Thirty-three of the 40 were recaptured.
After an Arizona couple underwent an in vitro fertilization procedure, they wondered what to do with the leftover embryos. They decided to put the embryos up for adoption, and four years later, a baby was born from the embryo to her adoptive mother!
The Humane Society recently rescued 19 horses from a Tennessee trainer. The trainer was accused of committing the cruel act of "soring." Soring is where a trainer will apply a chemical to the horse's leg and then wrap it, which essentially cooks the leg. This makes the movement of the horse much more exaggerated for competitions. So far, two trainers have been arrested for felony animal cruelty.
An altercation between a UPS truck driver and a woman was caught on camera in a Connecticut neighborhood. A woman was seen attacking and antagonizing the driver. The driver is also seen slapping the woman. It unclear what started the fight and how long it occurred for. UPS was unaware of the situation until RTM contacted them. The company is now conducting an investigation.
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Fed up with his teacher's method of education, this student has a profound message for her. Already going viral around the web, the student's message is heartfelt and provocative. He was tired of being given packets to learn instead of the teacher engaging the students who, in his words, are his country's future.
An investigation is underway to determine if Brazilian police took the proper safety precautions while pursuing Marcio Pereira, a drug trafficker. Chasing the suspects in a helicopter, the police opened fire with automatic weapons in the middle of a Rio de Janeiro slum. The police were able to apprehend Pereira.
Surveillance footage has just been released of a tragic incident at a casino in Melbourne, Australia. Three people, two men and a woman, were asked to leave by security because one of them had too much to drink. As the group was leaving, the woman slapped a bouncer and was violently thrown to the ground. The other two men were also tackled during the commotion. One of whom, suffered a fatal heart attack four days after the ordeal.
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