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Derrick Fudge, 57, died in the Dayton mass shooting last weekend. He is pictured here about eight years ago holding his granddaughter, Niara. Provided by Donita Cosey hide caption

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Dayton Survivor Who Lost Dad After Tornado Hit His Home: 'I Can't Rebuild A Father'

Dion Green is a Dayton resident grappling with double loss. His father was killed last weekend in the Dayton mass shooting. Just months before, his house was badly damaged by tornadoes.

Cat Scratch Fever Ted Nugent
Death by Misadventure Ted Nugent

At One World Trade Center in 2017, visitors watch a movie at the New York City building's observatory. Now there's a new feature: A scent meant to complement the multimedia experience. Gary Hershorn/Getty Images hide caption

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The Swaying Power Of Scented Spaces Isn't Always Right Under Our Nose

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Smells Like Teen Spirit The Bad Plus
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At Nashville's "High Five" camp, 12-year-old Priceless Garinger (center), whose right side has been weakened by cerebral palsy, wears a full-length, bright pink cast on her left arm — though that arm's strong and healthy. By using her weaker right arm and hand to decorate a cape, she hopes to gain a stronger grip and fine motor control. Blake Farmer/Nashville Public Radio hide caption

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At 'High Five' Camp, Struggling With A Disability Is The Point

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Shame Low
Don't You Give Up On Me Milo Greene
Recipe for Love Bobby Rush
Bobby Rush Shuffle Bobby Rush

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He Survived A Tornado, Then His Dad Was Killed In Dayton: 'I Can't Rebuild A Father'

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Take My Soul Thievery Corporation
Light Flares Thievery Corporation
Stand By This Floratone
Far from Enough Viktor Krauss
Big Log Viktor Krauss
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In After the Wedding, Michelle Williams plays Isabel, who runs an orphanage in India. Vir Pachisia plays Jai, the boy beside her. Kevin Nunes/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Michelle Williams On Economic Inequality In Her New Movie — And Her Career

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Cycles Frank Sinatra
Abrazame Muy Fuerte Amaury Gutierrez

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