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We're so impressed by how Dan Diaz is coping with his wife's untimely death.
Before Brittany died, she made numerous pleas to challenge lawmakers AND the public to make death with dignity possible for all Americans.
Now that Maynard is no longer here, the senior manager plans to uphold her legacy by working hard to pass right-to-die laws, and he intends to start in his home state of California.
As for coping emotionally with his wife's death, Dan revealed:
Charlie Hebdo will not be silenced by terror attacks.
The satirical magazine that was the site of the Paris Terror attack where 12 people were killed, including four of their own cartoonists, will publish an issue this week at an estimated record three million copies.
To put that into perspective, the publication generally publishes 60,000 copies on a regular week.
It was originally believed that the magazine would sell about a million copies this week, however the increase in copies comes from the outpouring of support from around the world following the jihadist attack.
The cover (above) shows
WOW. This is absolutely heroic yet a totally crazy story.
Lassana Bathily worked at the Hyper Cacher market in Paris, France where the hostage crisis took place last week.
The man, a Muslim from Mali, was the one responsible for saving about 15 people by locking them into the basement freezer and turning off the power and lights.
The 24-year-old worker stayed with the hostages until later in the siege he decided to try and escape through the freight elevator.
Bathily explained during an interview with BFMTV:
This is just terrible!!
In Mozambique, in Southern Africa, at least 69 people have been killed by poisoned beer.
49 others were admitted to hospitals in the northeastern Tete province and another 146 have reported to hospitals to be examined for poisoning!
How did all of this happen??
A traditional Mozambican beer, Pombe, made from millet or corn flour, was imbibed at a funeral.
It's believed that the beer was poisoned with
Such bittersweet news!
With the new year upon us all, this brings the return of the last season of Mad Men which means everyone is both happy and sad at the ending of the wildly popular AMC show.
Well, at the winter Television Critic's Association panel for the Mad Men creator Matt Weiner, Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, John Slattery, January Jones, Vincent Kartheiser, and Christina Hendricks revealed exactly when the final seven episodes will be returning to the airwaves!
Viewers can expect to see the show back on AMC on Sunday, April 5th! What a great Easter surprise!
However, that's (sadly) all that was revealed about the episodes, minus the fact that the stories focus on the "core" members of the cast.
Well, that AND all the members agreed about the ending of the show — it surprised them all!
Kraft Foods is a brand many people know and love. They're the world leader in Sponge Bob-shaped mac and cheese and they're just wonderful.
Though now Kraft is under fire for altering the recipe of one of its acquired company's best selling products!
They've changed the chocolate in Cadbury Creme Eggs!!
The worst part is
Cancer is the worst!
Actor and comedian Taylor Negron passed away on Saturday at 57 years old, after battling cancer.
The official announcement was made by his cousin Chuck Negron, from Three Dog Night, who filmed an emotional video for Taylor's friends, family, and fans (below).
Taylor had a long career, appearing in films like