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“A simple act of kindness led to an amazing outcome.”

South Carolina Education Lottery Commission announcing that the winner of the largest single-winner payout in U.S. history finally came forward (anonymously) to claim their $1.5B prize from the Mega Millions drawing on October 23. The winner let someone else cut in front of them in line when they bought the ticket.
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“Never, since the second world war, has Europe been so essential. Yet never has Europe been in so much danger.”

French President Emmanuel Macron in a letter printed today in 27 different publications calling for European unity only weeks before Britain is set to severe ties with the European Union.
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“I’m not running, but I’m going to keep working, and speaking, and standing up for what I believe.”

Hillary Clinton confirming she will not run for president for a third time in 2020. Clinton went on to say "I'm not going anywhere. What's at stake in our country, the kinds of things that are happening right now, are deeply troubling to me."
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“If we can understand better why the procedure works in some patients and not others, we will be closer to our ultimate goal of curing HIV.”

Professor Graham Cooke, National Institute for Health Research, responding to news a London patient who had a stem cell transplant due to a cancer diagnosis, now has no sign of the AIDS virus. While not practical on a large scale, it's the second case where treatment for cancer led to AIDS “remission.”
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“We didn’t take this case to defend her actions. We took it to defend her rights of citizenship.”

Charles Swift, one of the lawyers representing Hoda Muthana and her family. American-born Muthana fled to join ISIS in 2014, and now wants to return the U.S. The judge denied the Muthanas attempt to fast-track the case, noting that there is harm when someone is denied U.S. citizenship rights, but that harm is "not irreparable."
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“Taco Bell fire sauce saves lives!”

Jeremy Taylor, who was stranded for five days, snowbound in his car along a U.S. Forest Service road in Oregon before he was saved by authorities. Police say he kept warm by intermittently starting his car and eating packets of the sauce. Taylor credits Taco Bell fire sauce with keeping him and his dog Allie alive.
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