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We can't believe it's been one year.
On July 13, 2013 Cory Monteith tragically passed away, but the joy and pleasure he gave to his family, fans, and loved ones have not been forgotten.
Recently, Cory's father Joe, who was estranged from his son at the time of his death, took part in an interview where he remembered his late son.
Here's what he said about his son in an interview:
Noooo! The music industry has lost a living legend!
Tommy Ramone, one of the founding members of legendary punk band The Ramones, has passed away at the age of 65 on Friday.
While he stopped drumming for the band in 1984, Tommy was most famous for writing the majority of I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend and Blitzkrieg Bop!
The last surviving member of The Ramones, Tommy had been in hospice after fighting bile duct cancer and passed away at his home in Queens, New York.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family.
Rest in peace, Tommy.
So, the next logical step in his recovery process is to finally get some justice!
Which is why the 30 Rock star has banded together with the other victims and officially filed a lawsuit against Walmart for their 'careless and negligent' ownership of the vehicle.
In case you forgot, the driver during the accident, which caused one death and several people to sustain severe injuries including Tracy's, was a Walmart truck driver who had been driving for too long.
The suit alleges:
Matt Bendik's tragic death is officially still a mystery!
An autopsy done today failed to determine how the 31-year old boyfriend of Glee's Becca Tobin died at the Hotel Monaco earlier this week, and it looks like more studies will have to be conducted in order to identify the cause and manner of Matt's death!
Philadelphia's medical examiner's office did confirm Matt's identity, but it looks like the reason he passed is still unclear.
We'll keep you posted as more comes to light about his sad death.
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Health officials thought that they had cured an almost 4-year-old girl who had been born with HIV. But this week, doctors discovered detectable levels of the virus again.
The child, known only as “The Mississippi Baby,” had been off of anti-retroviral therapy for more than two years. Specialists broke the news about the HIV’s resurgence at a press conference yesterday.
Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Diseases spoke at the briefing and explained: