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Senate Passes Bill To Protect Sea Turtles, Whales, Dolphins And More From Drift Gillnets

The US Senate has passed the Driftnet Modernization and Bycatch Reduction Act, a bill introduced in March of 2019 to phase out giant nets used for swordfishing that trap marine

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Lowe’s Employees Surprise Hardworking 13-Year-Old With New Lawnmower

A Lowe’s Home Improvement store in Tennessee surprised a hardworking 13-year-old with a brand new lawnmower after his mower broke down. Gabriel, 13, mows as many yards as he can

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Amazing projects people have built at home

Eco guest retreatA Cuprinol Shed of the Year 2019 contender, The Cosy Cabin, created by Trevor Carswell in his garden in Northern Ireland, can be used year-round. The self-build took

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Filmmaker Sets Out On Mission To Feed Homeless And Neighbors Rally To Help.

Karin Muller never expected the novel coronavirus pandemic to create such a loving community in Ventura, California. The PBS and National Geographic filmmaker is also an EMT, so in March,

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US Navy’s 1st Black female tactical air pilot set to get her wings

One woman is soaring to new heights as the first Black female tactical jet pilot for the U.S. Navy. “I don’t think the goal in my life is to necessarily

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Woman who captured photo of intimate sunset wedding tracks down newlyweds with inspiring love story

Nevona Friedman was enjoying an evening bike ride on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York on Sunday evening when she came across an intimate wedding ceremony taking place at sunset.

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A Red Lobster employee found a rare blue lobster. Instead of cooking it, the restaurant sent it to an Ohio zoo

A rare blue lobster has received a reprieve after a restaurant sent it to an Ohio zoo for conservation instead of consumption. An Akron Zoo Facebook post on Sunday said

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