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An 82 year old Colombian woman went to the doctor complaining that her stomach hurt. Doctors found a 40-year old fetus, calcified, inside her abdomen.

So many odd "I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant" thoughts happening right now.

The 40-year-old fetus was the result of an ectopic pregnancy, which occurs when the fertilized egg implants outside the uterus. These pregnancies aren't viable and most of the time are caught by doctors and removed.

But in about 300 cases since 1582, a lithopedion, i.e. a "stone baby," has formed.

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Oh, social media. You bring so much joy and over-sharing to our lives! Sometimes that oversharing gets people mocked on Facebook. Sometimes it gets them arrested.

Like this Florida man, Dupree Johnson, who was charged with 142 counts of felony burglary after police scrolled through his Instagram feed and found selfies he'd taken with the items he stole from over 40 homes in the Boca Raton area.

Guns, jewelry, electronics. You name it. He stole it. And he just could NOT keep it to himself, you guys! 

And now he's in jail.

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Why, yes, Virginia, there really IS a Santa Claus. Or multiple Santa Claus...es. CHRISTMAS MAGIC!

Some lucky layaway users have found themselves the beneficiaries of the kindness of strangers this holiday season as they've gone to pick up their items and discovered that Layaway Santas have completely paid off their packages.

Layaway Santa

Layaway Santas aren't new, but thanks to news reports about their generosity a few years ago, the practice has grown as holiday seasons have passed. While some Santas wish to remain anonymous, others come forward to explain why they were motivated to help out so many families during the holidays.

Take Greg Parody, a Florida financial planner who recently paid $20,000 toward the layaways of families at his local Wal-Mart.

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Ethan Couch, a wealthy teen from Texas, recently avoided a jail sentence for DUI by using a controversial "Affluenza" defense. But does that even exist?

For most people, a conviction for vehicular manslaughter after four people die in a DUI car crash warrants a lengthy sentence, but not for Ethan Couch, 16.

According to his attorney, he suffers from "Affluenza," a condition that a judge believes is best remedied with probation and long-term therapy.

What the term means that his wealthy parents pretty much let him get away with everything for his entire life, and as a result, he did not know better.

The defense saved him from a 20-year sentence. State District Judge Jean Boyd bought it at his sentencing on Tuesday and gave Couch probation instead.

“He never learned that sometimes you don’t get your way,” Gary Miller, a psychologist assigned to Couch said in court. “He had the cars and he had the money."

"He had freedoms that no young man would be able to handle.”

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Loretta Fuddy, the director of Hawaii's Department of Health who verified President Obama's birth certificate, died in a small plane crash this week.

A commercial plane carrying Fuddy went down off the coast of the Hawaiian island Molokai Wednesday. The respected state health official was 65.

Fuddy is best known nationally as the Hawaii official who verified and approved the public release of Barack Obama's birth certificate in 2011.

Fuddy said the documents "prove the fact that he was born in Hawaii." Naturally, birthers weren't about to let her tragic death pass without mockery.

Early reports indicate that the plane she was in suffered catastrophic engine failure, and that the other eight passengers on board were rescued.

Naturally, many Tweets, comments, and web posts from the "movement" quickly insinuated that Fuddy's death in the Cessna crash was no accident.

Some implied that the White House was "tying up loose ends," or that those with ties to Obama's past tend to have a "shortened life span."

And, of course, the King of the Birthers, Donald Trump, weighed in:

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Sharkeisha has been arrested, weeks after the brutal assault video that went viral and made her unusal first name a trending topic on social media.

The brutal clip shows 17-year-old ShaMichael Manuel getting sucker-punched in the face and crumpling to the ground, where Sharkeisha keeps attacking.

Blindsided with a fist to the mouth, then pounded with uppercuts and kicked in the head while lying on the ground, Manuel could'vee been badly injured.

As a result, many called for the arrest of Sharkeisha, and it happened.

The Harris County, Tex., sheriff's office confirmed that the foul-mouthed, cowardly bully has been arrested on charges of assault with bodily injury.

They didn't identify her or go into detail because she's a minor.

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Jordan Graham pleaded guilty Thursday to the charge of second-degree murder for pushing her husband off of a cliff just eight days after their wedding.

The deal came in federal court in Missoula, Mont., at lunchtime Thursday, just before her jury was set to hear closing arguments in her murder trial.

She previously pleaded not guilty. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy accepted the surprise plea, but said that she first had to tell him the truth in court.

Graham said that she and Cody Johnson were on the Loop Trail in Glacier National Park July 7, arguing over what the defense called her "wedding blues."

When Johnson grabbed her arm, she said she brushed him away and pushed him, with that shove sending him over the edge of a cliff to his death.

"I ran back up to the car and left," Jordan Graham told the judge. "I was scared of what happened and in that moment I was so scared I didn't know what to do."

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It might as well be the Apocalypse in Los Angeles these days.

First, it rained, which prompted at least one reporter to work as hard as possible to determine how the city was reacting to such a crisis.

Then, this week, the temperature dared to drop just below 60 degrees... and local newscasts were all over the story!

How fast was the wind blowing? What were folks ordering at the drive-through window? And just how close was the region to - gulp! - snow?!?

Courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel Live, laugh along with these critical reports now:

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In case you needed proof that kids are heroes, look no further than 11 year old Jean Fernandes, who loves animals so much he stopped oncoming traffic to save an injured dog.

The dog was hit by a car and the driver of that car just kept driving. Jean Fernandes couldn't leave the dog in the middle of the road and risk it getting hit again, so he risked his own life instead.

Rubia Lilliana Rose, Jean's mother, told BioBioChile that her son loves animals and rescues those which he finds abandoned or abused.

When he saw the injured dog, he wove himself between oncoming cars in order to reach the animal. 

Mel, the dog Jean saved, is one lucky pup. He is in the care of veterinarians but is doing well.

Jean Fernandes Saved A Dog

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Ethan Couch, 16, was sentenced to 10 years' probation but no jail time this week, following a drunk driving accident that left four people dead.

The controversial argument made by his defense, and now the debate over whether the punishment fits his crime, have made this a national story.

To the families of the four deceased victims, Ethan Couch was a killer on the road, a drunken, reckless driver who caused the crash that ended lives.

To the defense, the youth is himself a victim of "affluenza," according to one psychologist - a product of wealthy, privileged parents who never set limits.

The judge appears to have bought into the defense theory, or at least the idea that he's a young man in need of treatment, because he's not going to jail.

The decision disappointed prosecutors and stunned victims' family members, who say they feel that Couch got off too easy. Prosecutors sought 20 years.

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