How cold is it here in Pyeongchang? So cold that it burns the second you walk out the door. It's the type of cold that even with gloves on your fingers burn and then go numb. You may be starving for dumplings but walking outside sounds too painful. Before we came to cover the Olympics we were warned it was going to be cold. The warnings were right. The actual temperature isn’t that bad, 8 degrees Farenheit or so during the day, though colder at night.
Evidence supports that a shooting inside a Los Angeles middle school classroom Thursday was caused by a gun accidentally discharging in a 12-year-old girl's backpack, Los Angeles police told ABC News. A 15-year-old boy was shot in the head and a 15-year-old girl was shot in the wrist. One bullet was fired and investigators believe the bullet traveled through the wrist of one student and then struck the head of the other student.
Bekah M., or Rebekkah Martinez, may be one of this season's most talked-about "Bachelor" contestants, but her mother may not have known that she was going to participate in the ABC reality show. On Nov 18, 2017, Martinez's mother called the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office in California to issue a missing persons report for the 22-year-old, saying she hadn't had contact with her daughter since Nov. 12.
Forget ice hockey and curling - the biggest surprise ever is coming back to your furniture-less South Korean condo and finding your laundry bag has come back clean! I was getting desperate! #PeyongChang2018https://t.co/Gr7d0iagfj
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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