2017年1月21日

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How This Restaurant Gives Convicts A Chance To Start Over

In the kitchen is where Greg Horton found his calling. But for this 25-year-old that’s not the recipe for success he ever imagined. Greg is a convicted felon and was sentenced to five years in prison for robbery. When he got out he found comfort in food by working at an upscale French restaurant called Edwins in Cleveland, Ohio. The chef, Brandon Chrostowski, makes it his mission to hire convicts like Greg who just want to start over. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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President Trump Will Dance With FLOTUS To Sinatra’s ‘My Way’ At Inaugural Ball

All eyes will be on Donald Trump and his third wife Melania as they dance for the first time as president and first lady to Frank Sinatra’s “My Way.” The song will be performed by Erin Boheme. “It’s a tremendous honor,” Boheme told Inside Edition. “I’m going to be performing along with two other Nashville-based performers who are extraordinary.” She added: “This isn’t even about politics for me. I would have gladly accepted had it been a Democrat or independent that was taking the office.” If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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See The Moment This Man Learned His Missing Wife with Alzheimer’s Was Found

This is the moment Scott Kegelman of New York learned his wife, Debreh Gilbert, had been found. The 64-year-old suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. Kegelman says she disappeared while they were shopping at a Rite Aid on a Saturday night. Police started searching for her and missing person fliers went up all over the neighborhood. It wasn’t until Wednesday when Kegelman got the good news. A nurse at St. Barnabas Hospital saw Gilbert’s photo on the news and recognized her. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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President Trump Gives $10G To Campaign Volunteer For Dad’s Cancer Bills

The witnesses to a new dawn in history arrived in Washington. D.C., Friday for President Trump’s Inauguration, including one VIP who has received a special gift from the new commander in chief. Shane Bouvet, 24, a Trump campaign volunteer, proudly showed off his yellow ticket, given only to the president’s invitees and high profile guests. “I am a blue collar guy, there [are] about 800 people in my small town and we are losing jobs,” he told Inside Edition when asked why he had volunteered. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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A Look At President Obama’s Last Day In As Commander- In-Chief

Barack Obama waved goodbye as he and wife Michelle start their new lives Friday afternoon following eight years in the White House. They were escorted to a helicopter parked at the Capitol by President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, and were sent off with hugs, kisses and handshakes. The former first couple took a victory lap over Washington and headed to Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. Mrs. Obama fought back tears as her husband spoke at the base. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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America Divided: Online Petition Protests Girl Scouts’ Inauguration Involvement

Anger on the streets of the nation’s capital after Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Tension was high as protesters faced off with police, dozens were arrested and at least three cops were injured. The protests are yet another sign of a divided nation- even the girl scouts are being criticized. The revered American institution is taking heat for marching in Donald Trump’s Inauguration Parade. An online petition protesting the Girl Scouts’ participation has nearly 170,000 signatures. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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These Were The Best Moments Of President Trump’s Inauguration

With family, friends and former presidents at his side, Donald Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th American president. President Donald Trump took the oath of office while facing Chief Justice John Roberts. Trump then took the podium, and delivered a speech unlike most given during the traditional transfer of power. “We are transferring power from Washington, D.C., and giving it back to you, the people,” Trump said. If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.

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Why This Woman Can’t Stop Wearing Her Wedding Gown Two Years After Big Day

One bride recently took her wedding dress to a rather strange place: the gym. Samantha Burns, a couples therapist, started a tradition with her husband, Darren, on their first wedding anniversary. Each year, she dusts off her wedding gown and celebrates in style. “I never thought I’d be in the gym in my wedding dress,” she told Inside Edition. “It’s just such a special moment when I get to open this and see my dress. It reminds me of the celebration we had.” If you like this video, like us on facebook and twitter.