Every year in the United States 3-4 million dogs and cats are euthanized. Thousands of rescue groups around the country work diligently with local shelters to bring more awareness to this situation. These groups aim to get people personally and financially involved in helping homeless animals. Now, there is a new film available in Redbox kiosks; it tells the inspiring stories of some of these pets.
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United and US Airways raise ticket change fee to $200, more for international flights
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As a parent who loves biking, you probably wish you could do it more often.
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You've seen them on the street corners. They spin signs of all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they do flips, or throw their signs into the air -- whatever it takes to get your attention as you drive by.
Is D.C. a haunted town? Nightly Spirits' Haunted Pub Tour offers guests an inside glimpse into the city's present nightlife and the past souls who decided to stick around for it. Some of the most swanky and historic bars top the list on the tour that promises a haunting good time.
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New artists to be featured at Smithsonian Craft Show