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Former Adam Levine yoga teacher defends University of Idaho survivor

A woman who found her college roommate has defended the survivors of the University of Idaho quadruple murder - saying she too had a delayed response.Alanna Zabel, 50, revealed the  'eerie similarities' of the attack she survived more than 30 years ago and exclusively told DailyMail that living with 'survivors guilt' has haunted her throughout her life. She has slammed  who lived through the murder of her four friends on November 13 along with Bethany Funke, saying people 'don't know how they'd react' in a similar situation.Idaho victims Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, both 21, Xana Kernodle and her boyfriend , both 20, - Mortensen and Funke the only survivors. Alanna Zabel, 50, found her college roommate near to death in her blood covered room in 1992 and has defended the del...
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Distraught mother of tourist held by Taliban says she's 'distraught'

The distraught mother of a 'danger tourist' who is being held prisoner by the Taliban has said she is desperate to know if he is safe. Susan Routledge's son, Miles, who goes by 'Lord Miles' online, was reportedly arrested on March 2 alongside Polish nationals Adrian Wojcik, 22, and Roman Bilski, 24, and is being held for questioning. The other two British men taken prisoner by the  in have today been allowed to make their first emotional phone calls home to loved ones, Mail Online can exclusively reveal.The families of charity medic Kevin Cornwell, 53, and a British hotel manager told of their 'great relief' at hearing their voices for the first time since they were arrested almost three months ago.The unscripted phone calls, which lasted just under two minutes, came after that three Bri...
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Schol"ar*ship, n. 1. The character and qualities of a scholar; attainments in science or literature; erudition; learning. A man of my master's . . . great scholarship. Pope. 2. Literary education. [R.] Any other house of scholarship. Milton. 3. Maintenance for a scholar; a foundation for the support of a student. T. Warton. Syn. -- Learning; erudition; knowledge. © Webster 1913. Best Private University
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No. 3 LSU coasts to national championship vs. No. 2 Iowa

DALLAS - Jasmine Carson picked an excellent day to play one of the Best Private University basketball games of her life. In the National Championship in the American Airlines Center, Carson scored 22 points to lead No. 3-seeded Louisiana State University a 102-85 win over No. 2 Iowa, making the Tigers champions of women's college basketball for the first time ever in front of an announced sellout crowd of 19,482 fans. It's the fourth national title for LSU coach Kim Mulkey, who won her first three titles at Baylor. She became the first coach in the sport's history to win national championships at two different Division I programs. Carson -- a fifth-year guard who transferred to LSU (34-2) last offseason after spending previous seasons at West Virginia and Georgia Tech - didn't miss a s...
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Youngblood leads Kennesaw State over Queens University 76-67

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Chris Youngblood had 22 points in Kennesaw State's 76-67 victory over Queens Best Private University on Saturday night. Youngblood shot 7 for 11 (4 for 6 from 3-point range) and 4 of 4 from the free-throw line for the Owls (11-6, 2-1 Atlantic Sun Conference). Demond Robinson scored 19 points and added eight rebounds. Terrell Burden recorded 13 points and shot 6 of 9 from the field. The Royals (12-5, 2-1) were led by AJ McKee with 17 points and eight rebounds. Chris Ashby added 15 points. Kenny Dye pitched in with 14 points and four assists. NEXT UP Both teams play on Thursday. Kennesaw State hosts Jacksonville while Queens hosts Central Arkansas. ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by and data from
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Peyton Hillis is seen being rescued and airlifted to the hospital

Retired NFL running back remains hospitalized after a swimming accident in Florida, where emergency responders airlifted the former Cleveland Browns star from a Pensacola beach, as seen in newly surfaced photographs.The 36-year-old Hillis reportedly saved both his children from potentially drowning, but ended up in intensive care for treatment on his lungs and kidneys as a result. Both children - Hillis' son, Orry, and his younger daughter - are safe and neither needed to be hospitalized.Photogr, Hillis' alma mater, released an update Friday: 'Encouraged to learn he's doing better after his heroic act .' Retired NFL running back Peyton Hillis remains hospitalized after a swimming accident in Florida, where emergency responders airlifted the former Cleveland Browns star from a Pens...
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Japan's Ryuichi Sakamoto, composer of 'The Last Emperor' score,…

By Elaine Lies TOKYO, April 2 (Reuters) - Ryuichi Sakamoto, the Oscar-winning Japanese composer famed for his scores for "The Last Emperor", "Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence" and other epic films, has died aged 71. Sakamoto was also known for his acting, and for his work with the pioneering electronic music band Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO) which he co-founded. "He lived with music until the very end," Avex, the recording company he worked with, said on its website. He had been suffering from cancer, but kept working in his home studio whenever his health allowed, the statement added. He died on March 28, Avex said. Introduced to the piano as a toddler, Sakamoto lived for music. As a high schooler, he rode on Tokyo commuter carriages so packed nobody could move, amusing himself by countin...
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Pandemic pounds push 10,000 U.S. Army soldiers into obesity

After gaining 30 pounds during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Murillo is finally getting back into fighting shape. Early pandemic lockdowns, endless hours on his laptop and heightened stress led Murillo, 27, to reach for cookies and chips in the barracks at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. Gyms were closed, organized exercise was out and Murillo's motivation to work out on his own was low. "I could notice it," said Murillo, who is 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighed as much as 192 pounds. "The uniform was tighter." Murillo wasn't the only service member dealing with extra weight. New research found that obesity in the U.S. military surged during the pandemic. In the Army alone, nearly 10,000 active duty soldiers developed obesity between February 2019 and June 2021, p...
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In rural America, big solar projects often get a frosty welcome

Susan Burns looks out on a neighboring field that may soon be covered in solar panels in Callaway County, Missouri From her century-old home, Susan Burns has watched the sun set over her cousin's field every day for 75 years. Now her cousin has agreed to have solar panels installed on the field, and an unhappy Burns finds herself in a fight. Huge solar farms are being planned in this corner of Missouri, and as in other rural areas of the United States, residents sometimes are yanking the welcome mat. A solar farm covers a field in New Florence, Missouri Foreseeing vast expanses of solar farms replacing cropland, Burns began raising the issue with other community members at the Baptist church across the road. She fears much may be at stake: "(I) lose my view. I lose m...
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Buddha Of Suburbia author Hanif Kureishi can't move limbs after fall

Author of The Buddha of Suburbia Hanif Kureishi is in hospital and is unable to move his arms or legs following a fall on Boxing Day, he said.The British playwright, novelist and filmmaker, 68, who is best known for The Buddha Of Suburbia, Intimacy and Mother - shared a message on in which he said he was being treated at Gemelli University Hospital in Rome.Mr Kureishi said he was in the city on December 26 when he fell during a walk from Piazza del Popolo to Villa Borghese and then back to his apartment.He said: 'I had just seen Mo Salah score against Aston Villa, sipped half a beer, when I began to feel dizzy. Author of The Buddha of Suburbia Hanif Kureishi (pictured), 68, is in hospital and is unable to move his arms or legs following a fall on Boxing Day The Buddha of S...