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Video News: United States
By BBCNews
Click was given rare access to the Fukushima site to see how the decontamination work was progressing. (Full Story)

By rightthisminute
When Dave married Pamela, he became a stepfather to five kids. That's no small thing, but Dave couldn't have been happier to become part of the family and raise those kids as his own. As a thank you, Joel has a very special 60th birthday present for his stepdad. Dave breaks down in tears when he sees the adult adoption papers, making them officially father and son.  (Full Story)

By Entrepreneur
Now that you understand why you need a business plan and you've spent some time doing your homework gathering the information you need to create one, it's time to roll up your sleeves and get everything down on paper. (Full Story)

By BBCNews
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani says the UK government is 'not realistic' about the amount of money the UK will have to pay to the EU. (Full Story)

By interestingshit
Yes, you can work yourself into an early grave. Nowhere is that more evident than in Japan, where extreme overwork is proving to be deadly.The post The New Silent Killer That Never Quits appeared first on Interesting Shit. (Full Story)

By LarryKingNow
Debbie Allen, who's known Bill Cosby for decades, opens up about the allegations against the fallen comedian, and where her sister, Phylicia Rashad - who played Cosby's wife on 'The Cosby Show' - stands on the issue. (Full Story)

By accuweather
Hurricane Maria caused catastrophic damage to Puerto Rico in September, and left millions of people without power and access to basic needs like food and water. In response to this, AccuWeather is adopting the remote town of Patillas as a part of our Rays of Hope community service initiative. (Full Story)

By Newsweek
Sgt Bergdahl walked off his military post in Afghanistan in 2009, in what he says was a protest to prove that his commanders were unfit for service. He was then captured by the Taliban, and kept in captivity and tortured for five years. He was released in exchange for five Guantanamo Bay detainees in May 2014. (Full Story)

By rightthisminute
Do you ever wish you could go back in time and talk to your younger self? It'd be nice, but it's not really possible. Still, you could do what Conor Nickerson did and insert your adult self into your childhood pictures. "Childhood" is the result of a six-month project that Nickerson took on as a challenge to see how close he could get to matching the old photos of himself as a child. The photos are… (Full Story)

By rightthisminute
Halloween is a season for yelps and hollers and the Pittsburgh Steelers are welcoming it with open arms. A handful of their players enter into The ScareHouse to willingly be frightened by whatever may emerge from the shadows. It's pretty funny to see these big, ol' football guys scream at the sight of something scary. Way to be good sports about it boys! (Full Story)

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