1. 5:03 PM EST, February 3, 2016 Marcia Clark: Watching O.J. Simpson Miniseries is Like Reliving a Nightmare

    Marcia Clark: Watching O.J. Simpson Miniseries...

    The real-life characters in the O.J. Simpson saga are speaking out about the first installment of "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story." Former prosecutor Marcia Clark...

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    Marcia Clark: Watching O.J. Simpson Miniseries is Like Reliving a Nightmare

    The real-life characters in the O.J. Simpson saga are speaking out about the first installment of "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story." Former prosecutor Marcia Clark appeared on "The View" said she was floored by the episode's accuracy. "I think it's amazing," Clark told the panel. "I can't watch it the way most people do. For me, it's reliving a nightmare. It's a very painful experience .Kim Goldman, the sister of Ronald Goldman, said she was in tears watching the program.

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  2. 9:23 PM EST, December 6, 2016 9-Year-Old Girl Swims Across Creek to Safety After Car Crash That Killed Mother

    9-Year-Old Girl Swims Across Creek to Safety...

    A little girl was found on the side of the road after a car wreck that killed her mother. The Kentucky State Police say 34-year-old Chasity Murphy died when she flipped her car over...

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    9-Year-Old Girl Swims Across Creek to Safety After Car Crash That Killed Mother

    A little girl was found on the side of the road after a car wreck that killed her mother. The Kentucky State Police say 34-year-old Chasity Murphy died when she flipped her car over an embankment into a creek. They say she drowned when she got trapped behind the wheel after her car landed upside down in the water. Her 9-year-old daughter, Mylee climbed out the window of the car, swim across the creek, and climb up the embankment after the crash. A driver spotted the accident and rescued Mylee.

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  3. 7:58 PM EST, December 6, 2016 Disabled Veteran and His Service Dog Get Job at Hardware Store

    Disabled Veteran and His Service Dog Get Job at...

    Clay Luthy served his country, but after three deployments and several knee surgeries he wasn't allowed to reenlist. So he went home to Abilene, Texas with his service dog, Charlotte....

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    Disabled Veteran and His Service Dog Get Job at Hardware Store

    Clay Luthy served his country, but after three deployments and several knee surgeries he wasn't allowed to reenlist. So he went home to Abilene, Texas with his service dog, Charlotte. He wasn't content to just sit at home and still wanted to work, but was having difficulty finding a job until he went to his local Lowe's Home Improvement store. It's been about two months since the pair has been on the job and Clay says it's all working out well. He even made Charlotte her very own work vest.

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