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'I could feel she looked beautiful': Bride wears tactile wedding dress for blind husband

Kelly Ann and Anthony Ferraro just got married. Kelly Ann wore a custom made, tactile dress so Anthony, who is blind, could "feel how she looked."       
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Colombia seizes hundreds of tarantulas bound for Germany
Hundreds of wild spiders and insects were seized by Colombian authorities on Thursday as they foiled an alleged attempt to smuggle the bugs to Europe, officials said.
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Team heads to championship w/ help from donations
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Pair honored for lifesaving effort at dealership
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NYPD program gifts South Carolina mom, two sons special trip to NYC
A South Carolina mom and her two sons will take in the sights of New York City this weekend courtesy of the NYPD With Arms Wide Open program.
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Feminists 'in full-blown panic mode' about state of Roe v. Wade: Hegseth
Fox News host Pete Hegseth peeled back the layers behind the likely drastic changes soon to be made to abortion law.
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Zac Stacy’s ex opens up about PTSD, her baby’s ‘behavioral changes’ since brutal beating
Zac Stacy’s ex-girlfriend revealed that she is suffering from PTSD since the ex-Jets running back allegedly viciously beat her in front of their child.
Looters raid San Jose jewelry store as California smash-and-grab wave continues
Four suspects entered the Quick Service Jewelry Design in the Eastridge Mall and used hammers to bash display cases before fleeing with jewels, according to police.
Knicks' Taj Gibson ejected early in game vs. Bulls, ref draws scorn from Mike Breen: 'Horrible officiating'
New York Knicks forward Taj Gibson’s outburst toward a referee on Thursday night during a game against the Chicago Bulls earned him an ejection, and the official was scorned by broadcaster Mike Breen.
Rob Manfred can’t use MLB’s same old playbook to solve lockout
If he’ll never be Mr. Popularity, Manfred can boost his public image by making more proposals and pointing fewer fingers.
UFC on ESPN 31's Bryan Barberena learned of Matt Brown's withdrawal on video game stream
Bryan Barberena was crushed when he learned Matt Brown was out of UFC on ESPN 31.       Related StoriesUFC on ESPN 31's Bryan Barberena learned of Matt Brown's withdrawal on video game stream - EnclosureHalle Berry's MMA training for 'Bruised' was as real as it getsHalle Berry's MMA training for 'Bruised' was as real as it gets - Enclosure
'Gossip Girl' Showrunner on What to Expect in Season 2
"Gossip Girl" showrunner Joshua Safran told Newsweek all about what fans can expect in Season 2.
Biden's 24 hour testing requirement for international flights to start Monday
President Biden's planned requirement for incoming international travelers to have a negative COVID-19 test within 24 hours of departing will begin Monday
US started inquiry into Cuomo sexual harassment claims
New York officials have disclosed that the U.S. Department of Justice began a civil inquiry in August into sexual harassment claims made against former Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Jeffrey Epstein visited Clinton White House at least 17 times: report
Visitor logs show the wealthy convicted pedophile even visited the Clinton White House twice on the same day three different times.
The week in whoppers: NY Times’ Master of Misinformation, Albatrosses’ ‘divorce’ and more
In this week’s whoppers, the Post scrutinizes the New York Times’ “Master of Misinformation”, Vice President Kamala Harris’ previous support for Jussie Smollett and more.
Review: 'Betrayed' offers a crushing view of a Jewish family in Norway during World War II
Holocaust-themed drama 'Betrayed' tells the harrowing story of a Jewish family's plight in Norway during WWII.
'Chilling': New concerns about suspect's behavior before shooting
Two teachers separately reported concerning behavior from sophomore Ethan Crumbley starting the day before the deadly Michigan high school shooting he's accused of -- prompting two meetings with him, including one with his parents just hours before the killings. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.
Alec Baldwin explains how the gun was handled on the set of 'Rust'
Peng Shuai 'reconfirmed' she is safe, IOC says amid growing global outcry
Yankees will have to fill these roster holes when MLB lockout ends
MLB shut down late Wednesday night, and while other teams made moves down to the wire, the Yankees were quiet -- just like they’ve been all offseason.
California city spending federal COVID funds on license plate readers to deter smash-and-grab mobs
San Jose has approved funding for license plate readers in an effort to address organized robberies that have taken place in the city and throughout California in recent weeks.
Knicks’ Tom Thibodeau: Julius Randle has to play through bad calls
Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau said Thursday Julius Randle must fight through the notion that he has been told by officials that he’s not getting certain calls driving to the basket.
Filip Chytil embracing veteran role on Rangers’ ‘Kid Line’
The Rangers’ so-called “Kid Line” may have gotten its name because the trio has an average age of 21, but the identifier doesn’t hold the same weight anymore for center Filip Chytil.
Bryson DeChambeau says he once wanted to quit playing golf
Bryson DeChambeau, one of the world's top golfers, recently caught up with the New York Post and said that he once considered quitting the sport.
L.A. County records first case of Omicron variant
L.A. County records first case of Omicron variant
Multiple cases of omicron virus detected in NYC
Multiple cases of the omicron coronavirus variant have been detected in New York, health officials said Thursday, including a man who attended an anime convention in Manhattan in late November. (Dec. 3)
Travel bans won't keep cases out of countries, WHO spokesperson says
New York Times 'journalist' curses gun rights association in alleged voicemail: 'You f---ing a--holes'
New York Times journalist Erin Marquis allegedly left a profane voice message to the Michigan state affiliate of the National Association for Gun Rights.
Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna enters race for L.A. County sheriff
Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna announced his bid this week to unseat Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Florida mom left baby home alone while she went to bar on Thanksgiving: cops
A Florida mother was arrested after she allegedly fired a gun at her front door and left her infant home alone while she went out to a bar on Thanksgiving, officials said.
Alabama FedEx driver accused of dumping hundreds of packages in ravine
A FedEx driver dumped hundreds of packages into an Alabama ravine right in the middle of the holiday season rush, authorities said.
Marie-Claire Blais, celebrated French Canadian novelist, dies at 82
Literary critic Edmund Wilson, an early champion, called her “a writer in a class by herself.”
SpaceX launches 48 Starlinks and two Earth-imaging satellites
It was the 27th Falcon 9 launch so far this year for SpaceX, a new record.
Miranda Cosgrove Shares How She's Supporting Kids' Ideas to Help the Environment
Actress Miranda Cosgrove discussed her involvement with the Girls Save the World project during an appearance on The Daily Break.
10 420-Friendly Gifts For Weed Connoisseurs
Photo: Scouted/The Daily Beast/iStock.Now that cannabis use is officially legal in 18 states (recreationally), weed accessories intended to elevate the marijuana smoking experience are becoming more and more widely available—and, frankly, much more fun. Chances are, you know someone who considers themselves a pot enthusiast sorts—or at least someone who enjoys cannabis on the regular. With that being said, if you have someone on your holiday shopping list who enjoys smoking cannabis from time to time—or is a self-professed stoner (no judgment here!)—, there are plenty of stellar gifts for stoners on the market to make their next blaze sesh better than ever. Naturally, many weed-smokers know what they like and have a lineup of favorite brands—whether it be rolling papers, pipes, and bongs, and heck, even ashtrays (I'm told that the ashtrays designed with a poker reign supreme, by the way). Of course, this makes finding the perfect gift for a stoner that much more difficult. From luxury rolling paper made with actual gold to silly weed-inspired joints for their pets to enjoy, there are plenty of fun weed gifts and 420-friendly stocking stuffers to give this holiday season and beyond. Scroll through below to check out our favorite picks. Read more at The Daily Beast.
A U.K. Court Has Backed Meghan Markle in Her Dispute Over Privacy With a Publisher
The Duchess of Sussex said the Court of Appeal ruling was a victory of “right versus wrong"
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Ten-year-old artist Andres Valencia becomes Miami Art Week sensation
Andres is self-taught, having created his first painting at 4 after being inspired by Basquiat. He's inspired by Cubism and completes his large-scale works using a ladder.
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Human rights group reacts to asylum-seekers policy
Human Rights First leaders say they plan to restart their research to document the human rights abuses suffered by people turned away to wait in danger under this policy. (Dec. 2)      
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Murder charges for former Ohio deputy who shot Casey Goodson Jr. in the back multiple times
Two days shy of the first anniversary of the fatal shooting of Casey Goodson Jr., a Franklin County grand jury has indicted Jason Meade for murder.       
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Steve Nash: Nets still in process of establishing identity
The quarter-life crisis does not get as much attention as its older brother, but it would be understandable for the Nets to be doing some existential pondering right about now.
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Ex-Epstein staffer testifies accusers visited mansion
A former housekeeper testified Thursday that two women who have accused Jeffrey Epstein of sexually abusing them as teens were repeated visitors to his Palm Beach mansion, summoned by Epstein or his associate Ghislaine Maxwell. (Dec. 3)      
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Miami’s athletic director search reportedly a ‘mess’
There’s only one word to describe Miami’s search for a new athletic director, per Action Network’s Brett McMurphy: mess.
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Pols should stop inspiring mobs to riot, as they did in my Queens district
Too many New York politicians fanning the flames of violence by commenting, tweeting and virtue-signaling to their respective cultural and political tribes sensationalized the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
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Years After Flint Water Crisis, Michigan Senate Approves Billions to Fix State Water Systems
Michigan's Senate approved over $3 billion in funding to replace lead pipes and fix dams across the state. The House will likely consider the proposal in 2022.
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Jacqueline Avant murder suspect served time for robbery, inflicting bodily injury before Beverly Hills slaying
The man accused of killing Jacqueline Avant, wife of Grammy Award-winning music executive, Clarence Avant, was paroled from a California correctional facility in September after serving time for a robbery conviction and has been incarcerated for other offenses.
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The biggest thing out of Miami Art Week is 10-year-old child prodigy Andres Valencia
Andrew Valencia is the sensation of 2021's Art Miami — and he's only 10 years old. Sofia Vergara and Jordan "Wolf of Wall Street" Belfort snapped up paintings by the fourth-grader.
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Biden helps light the National Christmas Tree
President Joe Biden helped light the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse near the White House Thursday, remembering those lost to the COVID-19 pandemic and crediting the American people for the optimism he says he feels about the country. (Dec. 2)      
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Jan. 6 Committee Says It Has Interviewed 250 People, With Just 2 Defying Orders
The number was revealed when committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson said the figure when pushing for contempt charges for Jeffrey Clark at a House hearing.
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