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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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Montana newlywed Jordan Linn Graham's murder trial began this week with testimony about her mental state in the days immediately following her June wedding to Cody Lee Johnson.

Friends of both Johnson and Graham testified that she was in a state of "despair" in the 8 days following their wedding.

Johnson's friend Jennifer Toren testified that the deceased was crazy about his wife.

"He was willing to do anything for her," she told the jury.

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Hot on the heels of Gisele Bundchen's breastfeeding photos, a Norwich, Conn., mother has come forward to share her tale of being thrown out of a courtroom there when she began to breastfeed her 3 month old son.

Danielle Gendron was in court to testify but was waved out by a marshal when her son, Maddox, needed to eat.

"I went to feed him and the marshal just, you know, she immediately just waved me out," Gendron says. "That's never happened to me so I wasn't sure she was speaking to me at first so I kind of looked around and she was like 'you get out.'"

Because of her removal from the courtroom, Gendron didn't get the chance to take the stand.

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One Texas elementary school is garnering national attention for banning the following from their winter party:

  • Christmas trees
  • the colors red and green on clothing and/or decorations
  • any mention of any holidays occurring in or around December
  • things that will stain the carpet [so...children?]
  • fun

Team Politically Correct Party Throwing REPRESENT!

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This. Is. Amazing.

In the following video, two friends decide to play a much-needed prank on a man who has been arrested for drunk driving for the FIFTH time.

With their pal passed out, they set up a room to make it look like a hospital... pretend to be doctors... and then convince the moron that he has just awoken from a 10-year long coma.

To help along the way, they even air a phony news report that claims Miley Cyrus is living in a trailer park, Hillary Clinton is President and Justin Bieber is dating... well, someone unexpected.

Watch the con unfold below and let's all hope this drinker learns his lesson:

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In a story so wonderful it could only happen in Canada, an airline recently asked its passengers what they wanted for Christmas via electronic Santa chat boxes.

WestJet then arranged to have those gifts waiting for them at baggage claim.

In a video released Monday, the Calgary, Alberta-based airline set up its "Santa boxes" in terminals at both the Hamilton and Toronto, Ontario, airports.

WestJet travelers giggled at the chance to talk live with Santa through a screen, and parents and children alike tell him what they want for Christmas.

While the flights were en route to Calgary, WestJet's hard-working elves picked up everybody's Christmas wishes, from "socks and underwear" to "a big TV."

When they got to baggage claim, tired travelers received the ultimate shock.

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Leeanna Brown, a 24-year-old mother in Kentucky, allegedly tried selling her newborn baby daughter. Not once, but twice. How does that work, exactly?

She first tried selling her baby for $5,000 to an unnamed person, but the deal fell apart. The second time, Brown gave the baby to Luonda Martin, her cousin.

As part of the alleged deal, Brown wanted Martin to pay her court costs and fines for another case she had pending, local station WAVE 3 News reports.

It has not been confirmed whether Martin paid Brown, but the bizarre case has taken another twist as now the biological mother wants the infant back.

Tuesday, Martin showed up at a local police station and told cops that she had been under the impression Brown had given her custody of the child.

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