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Consider the following story a painful lesson:

No does not always mean no. Sometimes it means... OUCH!

On September 26, a Florida resident named La Crystal King-Woolfork came home from a night on the town and wanted to have sex with her boyfriend.

According to local reports, the 28-year old and another woman entered the bedroom where the unidentified boyfriend was sleeping and started to perform oral sex on each other.

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Canadian short story writer Alice Munro has won the Nobel Prize in literature.

She's arguably the most popular writer to win the award - worth $1.2 million and given for a body of work, not a specific title - since Toni Morrison in 1993.

Alice Ann Munro, 82, has been celebrated for accessible and moving stories.

She said earlier this year that she planned to retire after Dear Life, her 14th story collection. She has been hailed as the "master of the contemporary short story."

Frequently published in The New Yorker, Munro's work has been included in Best American Short Stories and the O. Henry Awards.

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An appellate court is expected to give an attorney for an Ohio children's hospital custody of a 10-year-old Amish girl so she can resume chemotherapy.

This comes after her parents chose to stop the treatments.

Doctors at the Akron Children's Hospital believe Sarah Hershberger has an 85 percent chance of survival if she receives chemotherapy for leukemia.

Without it, they believe she will die within a year.

An appeals court overturned a judge's earlier decision that said preventing parents from making medical decisions for their daughter takes away their rights.

The court ruled that the hospital's attorney, a registered nurse, should be granted limited guardianship and the power to make medical decisions for the girl.

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A liquor shelf collapsed last week in a supermarket Magnit, somewhere in Russia, sending waves of despair for the lost alcohol across the Internet.

We are talking about a severe loss of booze here.

All of us have experienced our hard work come crashing down at some point in our lives, figuratively ... but you have to feel for this shelf-stocking worker.

Seriously. You gotta see this:

The primary lesson here: Don't take so long just standing around. Pick a bottle of wine and just move on, ladies. It all tastes the same by the second glass.

That and invest in better shelves, store.

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Hannah Anderson, 16, claims a family friend handcuffed her, bound her feet with a zip tie and tried to force her to play Russian roulette with his pistol.

The Southern California teen described new details of the frightening encounter with James Lee DiMaggio in a Today show interview on Thursday.

Her sit-down comes as an author prepares to release a scathing new book that questions the teen's story in the case that captivated the U.S. this year.

According to Hannah Anderson, DiMaggio used zip ties to bind her feet and then told her that he was going to take her to Idaho to help him settle there.

At that point he would release her, the San Diego-area teen claims he stated. Hannah was ultimately saved by FBI agents and returned to California.

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Cristy Nicole Deweese, a 21-year-old Spanish teacher at a Dallas-area magnet school, has come under scrutiny for her Playboy modeling past.

She posed for "Naked Outdoors," modeled in a simulated lesbian sex scene, and was Playboy's “Coed of the Month” in February 2011. Hot stuff?

Depends on who you ask. She intended to become a Spanish teacher 2-3 years ago, in those modeling days, and went on to achieve that dream.

But Deweese, who modeled under the name "Cristy Nicole," is finding that her racy modeling past isn't sitting well with at least one parent at her school.

A Texas Education Agency spokeswoman told the Dallas Morning News that while there's no illegal activity involved, the issue is potentially "murky."

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The Federal Reserve has released the newest iteration of the $100 bill, and it's a remake that may have the added bonus of sticking it to North Korea.

The revamped note features a “3-D security ribbon” running vertically along the left side of Ben Franklin’s face, with liberty bells that turn into 100s.

As you move the bill side to side, the numbers move with you. The new $100 bill also has a liberty bell in an inkwell that shifts in color as you tilt it.

These changes add to other longstanding security features, like microscopic text woven into Franklin’s colonial collar and bordering the golden feather.

So how does North Korea fit in? Counterfeiting, of course.

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Minibar, an Austin, Texas drinking establishment, is under fire for a sign outside the door that jokes, "I like my beer like I like my violence: domestic."

Domestic Violence Joke

After Austin resident Seetha Kulandaisamy shared a picture of the sign on Facebook and Instagram, the image went viral and grabbed national attention.

"I walked by the sign on Friday night, and my first response was just anger," Kulandaisamy said. "I currently am a volunteer at the women's shelter in Austin."

"My sensitivity is extra high, but I think my reaction would have been the same regardless. Not only was it offensive, but it was also just bad humor."

It's true. Unless the sign is being ironic and implying it doesn't like domestic beer (there is a Heineken logo up top), this is just an epic fail all around.

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Lynne Spalding, the California mom who mysteriously vanished from her hospital bed last month, has reportedly been found dead in a hospital stairwell.

The body of Lynne Spalding, 57, was discovered at San Francisco General Hospital where she had been treated for an infection, KGO-TV reports.

She'd been missing for almost 18 days. The hospital did not immediately confirm the person's identity, but the facility issued the following statement:

"A woman's body was found in an exterior stairwell on the hospital campus."

"The person is deceased. San Francisco Sheriff's [officials are] leading the investigation, with assistance of the San Francisco Police Department."

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The father of the 9-year-old Minnesota boy who ran off and successfully boarded a Delta flight to Las Vegas with no ticket admits that the boy needs help.

"I don't have an angel, okay? I have a 9-year-old," the father said.

"To me, he's got a behavioral problem."

In fact, the father, who asked not to be identified, told a local CNN affiliate that the family has been trying unsuccessfully to get the boy help for years.

It was reported that before the Vegas stunt, the boy had a similar history, sneaking into a local water park and even stealing and crashing a vehicle.

"I miss my son," the father said of the boy who reportedly is still being held by child welfare authorities in Vegas, where he was detained. "I love my son."

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