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The week in good report: A record-breaking baby, a monstrous sloth and brand-new Dr. Seuss

( CNN) Few things are more comforting than a steam, perfectly brewed cup of tea( or coffee or cocoa, for those of you that envisage tea penchants like hot moldies leaf water ). Did you know that light-green tea and pitch-black tea are made from the same flower, the Camellia sinensis? Pour yourself a little of whatever liquid you prefer, and tell this week’s cultivate of good word relieve your soul.

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5 things to know for January 4: Washington, Thailand storm, Paul Whelan, ‘El Chapo’

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1. Washington

Democrats pass statutes to reopen government

Tropical storm approaches coast of Thailand

Russia charges American with espionage

Who is ‘El Chapo? ‘

Gender-neutral permissions entry in Washington

Listen to Obama’s Billboard graphing song

How 2018 grew its first year of #MeToo

Apple warning that iPhone auctions could take big hit

7-year-old killed in drive-by shooting


5 events for July 17: Elevation fallout, Russian’s arrest, migration

( CNN) It’s World Emoji Day! Let’s celebrate with brand-new emojis for redheads, kangaroos and cupcakes. Here’s what else you need to know to Get up to Accelerate and Out the Door.( You can also get “5 Things You Necessary to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here .)

The White House are also involved in some big-time shattering dominance this morning after what can only be described as a disastrous peak with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland. Trump gleaned bipartisan condemnation after he publicly scorned the US intelligence community’s appraisal that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. Trump — standing right next to Putin at a news conference — said he didn’t “see any reason why” the Russians would be responsible for the interference.

Commentators threw Trump for meridian performance

US accuses Russian woman of being foreign agent

Most toddlers still separated from families

Cancer: The facts

Woman survives after SUV immerses off cliff

Lava bomb strikes Hawaii tour boat, injures 23


From Jaycee Dugard to Elizabeth Smart, victims of long-term confinement often rebound

( CNN) Most cases of long-term captivity — such as the one in Perris, California, where a duet is accused of imprisoning their 13 infants — are unique in their bizarreness.

The abductors rely on raw violence, psychological manipulation or combination of both. They often have a sexual motivating. Their justice is swift and harsh, as adjudicates lock them in cadres and throw away the keys.

And the main victims? They seem to comeback in astonishingly big-hearted ways.

Cleveland kidnap casualties: Thank you

Video demoes rescue from carrying container

How police simply missed saving Jaycee

Elizabeth Smart: Pornography realise my living hell worse

Smart: ‘Threat’ stronger than ‘chains’


5 situations for Thursday, June 29: Catholic Church, movement proscription, health bill, France, Venezuela

( CNN) The iPhone came out 10 years ago today. But it almost didn’t happen. Here’s what else you need to know to Get up to Rapidity and Out the Door.( You can also get “5 Things You Requirement to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here .)

A senior consultant to Pope Francis is taking leave from the Vatican to fight sexual assault commissions in his own country of Australia. Police are not detailing service charges Cardinal George Pell faces but say there are “multiple complainants.” Pell preserves he’s innocent and the main victims of “character assassination.”

Australia: 4,444 children abused by priests

SCOTUS earmarks parts of Trump’s travel ban

Rep. King smashes Medicaid cuts in Senate bill

Poll: US persona tolerates under President Trump

Amanpour illustrates situation in Venezuela

California governor mansions ‘right to die’ bill

California: Part in Roundup can cause cancer


Family of 11-year-old charged in girl’s filming extinction: He didn’t pull trigger

( CNN) What started as a disagreement between two vicinity children over a puppy ended with the death of one child and murder indictments for the other. Now the great-grandparents of the 11 -year-old boy facing a first-degree assassination count say the boy did not pull the trigger.

Jack and Dianna Houchins, told CNN affiliate WATE on Tuesday that the boy, whom CNN is not appointing because of his age, did not kill 8-year-old MaKayla Dyer. Instead, the son claims another child inadvertently fuelled the fatal fire on October 3.

“He does not is understandable these friends of his do not been put forward and is the truth about what happened that day, ” Dianna Houchins said in a prepared announcement to WATE.

The shooting smashed the families’ close-knit mobile home community in White Pine, Tennessee — roughly 40 miles east of Knoxville.


5 happenings for Monday, June 12: Conferences, Qatar, Puerto Rico, Uber

( CNN) A year ago today, a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Orlando, killing 49. The shockwave it generated still sounds. Here’s what else you need to know today to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.( You can also get “5 Things You Necessary to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here .)

There’s another blockbuster hearing for the Senate intelligence committee this week. We simply don’t know if it’ll be in public or private. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he plans to testify before the members of the commission tomorrow. That came as a surprise to a lot of kinfolks — especially the senators on the committee.

Embattled attorney general to face grilling

Qatar crisis threatens to tear houses apart

Why Puerto Rico might become the 51 st state

Severed head, headless torso discovered

‘Batman’ actor Adam West dead at 88


5 events for November 20: Manson, Mugabe, Mueller, Trump, Tambor

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Charles Manson, the notorious 1960 s religion commander whose partisans committed flagrant assassinations that coerced Los Angeles and offended the person, died Sunday of natural generates. He was 83.

Charles Manson dead at 83

Report: Mugabe agrees to resignation

The Mueller investigation: Who could be next?

Trump: I should have left UCLA participates in jail

Silverman: Victims the only people who matter

Searchers race to find missing navy sub

‘Justice League’ – CNN Movie Pass

Why domesticateds do best available medicine

Highlights from 2017 American Music Awards


Realizing dogs’ golden years reflect

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San Francisco( CNN) As a child, Sherri Franklin grew up with a big heart for animals.

As an adult, she channeled that love into volunteer work at the San Francisco humane society. She was ultimately ambling puppies there five days a week.

That’s when she noticed the older bird-dogs were not being adopted.


CNN Hero Sherri Franklin: Doggie hospice