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    Sinkhole damages 8 corvettes at museum

    A hole opened up in the ground in southern Kentucky, swallowing up eight corvettes.

    It happened on Wednesday at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green.

    The museum's executive director said the sinkhole appeared before dawn under the skydome section of the site.

    For now, it's unclear what the value of the damaged cars is, but the executive director called it "substantial."

    A structural engineer was called to the scene to assess the situation.


    Documents about Hillary Clinton released

    Hillary Clinton, a woman who's held two of the highest offices in U.S. government, may have originally wanted to become a kindergarten teacher after her eight years as first lady.

    That revelation was found in the diary of Clinton family friend and confidante Diane Blair.

    Blair's papers and diary were donated to the University of Arkansas after her death in 2000.

    The now-public documents recount Hillary telling Blair she was not worried about future relations with congress during her husband's presidency because she had plans to leave politics to become a teacher.
    Instead, Clinton would go on to serve eight years in the U.S. senate and four years as secretary of state.

    Beef jerky recall

    A Utah company is recalling about 90,000 pounds of beef jerky products.

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's food safety service said the products are mislabeled and don't list the ingredient soy lecithin, an allergen.

    The recall affects five of the company's beef jerky brands: Arizona Jacks, Desert Star, Southwest Trail, Terrell and Kettle Creek.

    The products all have "EST. 18951" inside the USDA Mark of Inspection and expire by August 11th, 2015.

    'Happy Birthday Colin' goes viral

    A Michigan boy went from having no friends to thousands of friends with just a little help from the internet and his mom.

    10-year-old Colin has a sensory processing disorder, which doesn't make him very popular at school. Most of the time he eats lunch alone and sits alone at recess.

    So when his mom asked him about who he wanted to invite to his birthday party, Colin said "I don't have any friends so thanks but no thanks."

    Colin's mom was so upset over her son's words, she took his story to Facebook. She started a page called "Happy Birthday Colin" that now has more than one million likes and happy birthday messages to Colin from strangers all over the world.

    Hundreds of people are even sending Colin birthday cards. It gets even better: Colin has no clue about all of this.
    On his birthday in March, the huge surprise of cards, gifts, and Facebook messages will be waiting for him.

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