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Mo'ne Davis throws out strike at World Series
Mone Davis, the 13-year-old girl whose pitching dazzled the United States during the Little League World Series, threw out the first pitch before Game 4 of the World Series in San Francisco, San Francisco.

Stuffed toy that looks like Ebola becomes popular
U.S. President Barack Obama tried to allay public fears over Ebola by giving a survivor a hug at the White House. Could a stuffed toy in the shaped like the deadly virus also help calm jitters?

Google exec Alan Eustace breaks skydiving record with jump from near-space
Google executive Alan Eustace set skydiving records when he leapt from a balloon at the edge of space above the New Mexico desert, Friday.

'Sex-toy art' by US artist Paul McCarthy sparks controversy in Paris
A sculpture in Paris by American artist Paul McCarthy, dismantled earlier this month, has sparked debate about boundaries in public art.

Toddler pees in a bottle at Taipei restaurant
A Chinese tourist let her three-year-old child pee in a bottle during a meal at Taiwans famous restaurant Din Tai Fung, Taiwans Apple Daily reports.

Olivia Hussey has half-Korean son
Academy Award-winning 1968 film Romeo and Juliet star Olivia Husseys half-Korean son is receiving the nations spotlight.

Woman gets stuck in chimney in Los Angeles
A Los Angeles woman was arrested Sunday for allegedly trying to break into to the house of a former dating partner through the chimney, KTLA reports.

Hatchet-wielding man attacks two NY cops
Two officers were hurt Thursday by a man with a hatchet, news reports said Friday.

'Crabzilla' doesn't scare off two curious boys
A giant crab that's over 16 meters in length reportedly surfaced on water at a British town of Whitsable, news reports said Wednesday.

Public outcry over Hitler's face on coffee milk lids
A Swiss coffee company is under fire for printing Hitlers face on their coffee milk lids, according to the Daily Mail.

Mark Zuckerberg speaks Mandarin in China
Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg used the Mandarin language throughout his 30-minute Q&A session at Tsinghua University in Beijing, impressing audiences worldwide.

Surfer bullies shark to save sons in Maui
What would you do if you were surfing with your children and suddenly saw a 14-foot tiger shark coming at you?

John Cho jams out to Crayon Pop's 'Bar Bar Bar' on ABC's 'Selfie'
Korean-American actor John Cho busted out in dance to quirky K-pop group Crayon Pops viral hit Bar Bar Bar during an episode of Selfie this week.

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