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World War II-Era Boat Exposed at Lake Mead as Water Levels Decline
The Higgins landing craft that was previously submerged is now more than halfway out of the water
Scarlett Johansson, Jack Black and More Celebs Team Up to Support USO's Annual Campaign
“The annual USO T-shirt is such a meaningful tribute to the brave men and women who put their lives on the line for our country,” country star Craig Morgan wrote in a Facebook post
Couple Gets Engaged in 5th Grade Classroom Where They First Met: 'Like Something Out of a Dream'
"Little did I know we were actually going to the place it all started, and I finally got to say yes to the love of my life," Peyton Wynn, 21, tells PEOPLE
Ultramarathoner Michael Wardian Runs Across the U.S. in 62 Days: 'I Feel Like I Was Made to Do This'
Wardian ran roughly 50 miles every day to complete the cross-country adventure in under 75 days
Pilot Writes the Tooth Fairy a Note After 6-Year-Old Girl's Tooth Falls Out — and Gets Lost — on Flight
Captain Josh Duchow penned a special letter after noticing the South Carolina girl was upset about losing her tooth mid-flight
White House Describes Scene in Florida as 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Takes Effect: 'More Fearful and Less Free'
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre details some of the actions already being taken in Florida on day one of the law, calling it "discrimination, plain and simple"

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Teen Suffers Serious Injuries in Shark Attack at Florida Beach: 'It's a Tragedy,' Says Sheriff
"She isn't out of the woods by any stretch, but she is alive and that's what's most important to us," the girl's family wrote in a statement
Popular Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade Dead at 23 Following Cancer Diagnosis
"If I had another 100 lives, I would choose to be Technoblade again every single time as those were the happiest years of my life," the YouTuber said in his final message to fans on Thursday
Paralyzed Man Is Able to Feed Himself for the First Time in 30 Years Thanks to Robotic Arms

Researchers at Johns Hopkins are using new technology to connect robotic arms to patients' brains