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Wednesday March 25, 2015    09:40 AM
Quincy Kroner had that exact feeling on March 13 when he met his local heroes -- the neighborhood garbage men, Mark Davis and Eddie Washington. The Cincinnati 2-year-old has been fascinated by the garbage truck “since about the age he could walk,” the toddler’s father, Ollie Kroner, told The Huffington Post in an email. But this was the first time he met the garbage men in person, and it was all too much for him -- resulting in the adorably priceless photo above.

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Sunday March 22, 2015    08:27 PM
Longmont, Colorado, police officers Billy Sawyer and Phil Piotrowski responded to a 911 call from a pregnant woman who was stabbed and had her fetus ripped out. When they saw her they could not believe how she survived.

"She was covered from head to toe in blood," Sawyer said. "So I put some gloves on and held her hand and went through where her injuries were ... trying to figure out exactly what we had."

Michelle Wilkins was weak and in shock when the officers arrived.

"I started yelling and Michelle yelled back, very faintly, and it was muffled -- 'Help me! Help me!'" Sawyer said.

The grisly cutting of the fetus from Wilkins began when she responded to a Craigslist ad about bab

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Saturday March 21, 2015    10:54 AM
New Jersey couple Jourdan and Ryan Spencer met when they were set up on a blind date in 2004 -- but they first crossed paths more than a decade before.

Several years ago, while watching home videos together, the couple came across some footage from 1988 (which you can watch above) when a 10-year-old Jourdan and her family were visiting Sesame Place amusement park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Jourdan was in line for the water slide and her family was waiting at the bottom for her to come down. That's when Ryan, a then-13-year-old stranger, walked into the frame.

"Ryan walked past [in the video] and he said, 'That looks like me,'" Jourdan told The Huffington Post. "We stopped it and rewou

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Saturday March 21, 2015    10:51 AM
Who knew a company that makes snack bars would spur so many people to kindness?

For the past decade, Kind -- yup, we're talking about the snack bar company with the happy name -- has encouraged people to perform small acts of kindness in something it calls the "Kind Movement." In 2011, the company began tracking the acts inspired by its mission, a representative from Kind told The Huffington Post in an email. The company just hit 1 million acts of kindness -- appropriately a day before March 20, the International Day of Happiness -- according to a press release.

The company's team members have been taking note of kind acts performed, facilitated or celebrated as part of the movement.

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Wednesday March 18, 2015    09:39 AM
Hillary Clinton has an overwhelming lead over other possible 2016 Democratic presidential candidates. Hillary has not said whether she'll run but a group of PACs and advocacy organizations have already started raising money and aiding the probable campaign.

Eleven points behind Clinton is Rand Paul then next in line is Florida Senator Marco Rubio behind the former First Lady by 13 points, 55 to 42. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is yet one more point behind that list, 41 percent to Clinton's 55 percent, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are all about 15 points behind Clinton, 55 to 40.

The final result should be close

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Wednesday March 18, 2015    09:19 AM
CAIRO - Today, two gunmen charged into a famous museum near parliament in Tunis, killing at least 19 tourists, and others before being killed by police. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia, north between Algeria and Libia on the Mediterranean.

22 more tourists and two Tunisians escaped with injuries, Prime Minister Habib Essid said in a live televised news conference. Three of the attackers remain at large.

The attackers, wearing military uniforms, walked past the fence around the museum and waited for tourist buses to arrive, opened fire then went into the building and reportedly executed eight tourists bef

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Saturday March 14, 2015    04:26 PM
Family members of the five victims in Brookhaven tell us two of them have died.

Ray Sims, a cousin to the family, said Jermaine Sims Sr. his wife and their four children were at the home when the shooting occurred. One of the children managed to run and hide during the attack, according to Ray Sims.

Ray Sims, a cousin to the family, said Jermaine Sims Sr. his wife and their four children were at the home when the shooting occurred. One of the children managed to run and hide during the attack, according to Ray Sims.

Police Chief Bobby Bell said Jermaine Sims Sr. has died along with one of the children.

Ethel Brown tells us the other deceased victim is her granddaughter, 9-year-ol

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Friday March 13, 2015    12:07 PM
Today is Friday the 13th, playfully, and sometimes seriously, known by many as the unluckiest day of the year.

Luck or doom depends on how people consider the idea. Who knows where the superstition originated, back to Biblical times? Since then, both the number 13 and Friday have had foreboding reputations for misfortune and bad luck.

Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus, has been labeled as ""the 13th guest" at the Last Supper. And I believe it was his son who produced the film by the same name. I could be wrong.

Many elevators and buildings don’t label a 13th floor, the numbers notoriously skipping from 12 to 14. In San Francisco, the street between 12th and

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Thursday March 12, 2015    09:45 AM
A U.K. man is donating his nights to making sure that those in need don't go hungry.

By day, this 20-year-old man from Birmingham, England, who wishes to remain anonymous, is a bartender. But by night, he dons a Spider-Man suit and takes to the streets to feed homeless people. The "Birmingham Spider-Man," as he is known, says that he hopes his work will show others that everyone deserves a helping hand -- no matter their situation.

"I've learned that everyone is the same, we're all part of the human experience and I ... believe that we need to look at everyone as humans and help each other the same as we would a close friend," he told The Huffington Post in a message.

While the 20-y

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Thursday March 12, 2015    09:43 AM
Customers in Danville, California, found a way to honor one of their favorite Costco employees.

Arlie Smith has worked at the wholesale warehouse chain for more than two decades, and is much-loved among customers, ABC's local affiliate KGO reported. But last year, the 45-year-old was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer and was told he may have just two years to live, according to KTVU. When news of Smith's diagnosis spread, shoppers decided to plan something special for the beloved employee.

On Tuesday, some Costco customers, or "Arlie's Angels," as they call themselves, showed up at the store and presented the worker with $2,500 for him and his wife to take a four-night getaway to Lag

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