7 dead, 19 missing after tourist boat carrying many South Koreans sinks in Budapest:
Thirty-four people — including 33 South Koreans — were on board when it collided with another vessel in the Hungarian capital Wednesday at around 10 p.m. local time, according to CNN affiliate ATV
. The collision occurred in the center of the city.
White House Military Office, Navy officials emailed about moving USS John McCain before Trump Japan visit:
“There were emails between lower-level officers, but once leadership heard about it, they said knock it off,” a senior Navy official tells CNN. The White House Military Office provides military support for White House functions, including food service, presidential transportation, medical support and emergency medical services and hospitality services.
The Wall Street Journal
first reported Wednesday the conversations about moving the ship, which was first named for the late US senator’s father and grandfather. Trump spoke to troops at a Memorial Day event aboard the USS Wasp
in Yokosuka, Jap
Wife of NFL quarterback reveals couple’s miscarriage in emotional post:
In a heartfelt post on social media
Wednesday, Tori Foles said it happened after she suffered from pneumonia.
“Early Sunday morning after a rough couple days fighting a ‘virus’ of some sort, I went into sudden labor and knew something was wrong. Not long after we learned we had miscarried our baby boy,” she posted on Instagram.
“To fully labor and deliver and even see our baby boy was a pretty devastating process. Come to find that I had contracted an infection of pneumonia in the blood. The emotions go back and forth from immense and overwhelming sadness, confusion and anger to a firm belief that God has this fully in his hands and will use this for good.”
Suicide uptick occurred among teens and tweens following ’13 Reasons Why,’ study says:
Netflix released “13 Reasons Why,” a series about the suicide of a 17-year-old girl, on the final day of March 2017. Immediately, the profitable streaming service received criticism from suicide prevention organizations for not portraying suicide in a responsible way. New research suggests that, as feared, the series caused a “suicide contagion” effect among young people.
An estimated 13% increase in suicide among children and teens, ages 10 to 19, occurred in the three months after the show’s release, the researchers found. This corresponds to 94 more suicides than would be expected, according to the study published Wednesday in the journal JAMA Psychiatry
Alex Trebek says he’s in ‘near remission’ with his cancer:
The “Jeopardy!” host — who announced in March that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer — told People magazine
he’s responding well to treatment.
So well, in fact, that the 78-year-old said he is in “near remission” according to his doctors. “It’s kind of mind-boggling,” Trebek said in the magazine’s new cover story. “The doctors said they hadn’t seen this kind of positive result in their memory … some of the tumors have already shrunk by more than 50 percent.”
The survival rate for those with Trebek’s kind of cancer is 9% and he said news that he may be beating the odds left him emotional.
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