Parents of Girl Who Died in Cruise Fall Say It's 'Unfathomable' She's Gone: Today on Inside Edition

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The family of the toddler who fell to her death from a cruise ship in Puerto Rico is speaking out to make sure what happened to their daughter never happens to anyone else. 

Kimberly Wiegand told the "Today" show that it's "unfathomable" that her little girl, Chloe, was able to fall through an open window aboard the Royal Caribbean ship Freedom of the Seas. Why she feels like she will have to take legal action. 

Tom Brady is facing criticism for a video that shows him leaping off a cliff while holding hands with his 6-year-old daughter. Was the move dangerous?

President Trump made a surprise appearance at a New Jersey wedding after the bride and groom invited him, much to the family's delight.

And how an enterprising kid hid in a trash can to escape the police. (For a little while, at least.)

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