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Coffee shop provides jobs for people with disabilities

Coffee shop provides jobs for people with disabilities


Meet the couple who opened a coffee shop in Wilmington, North Carolina to provide jobs for people who have disabilities, inspired by two of their children who have Down syndrome.

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Mr.@RichardRayFox4 is pretty tough but not as tough as the athletes @VaultTraining on this week’s #LSA @FOX4

Shark season is upon us, and a kayaker in Monterey Bay had an experience she won’t forget. Check out how close she got to this 10-foot great white shark!


Born with albinism, Ryan Huizdos can't see as well as his teammates. When his little league team wouldn’t allow him to use the yellow baseballs he needs, he took his case to the Justice Department.

@LesterHoltNBC has his story tonight on @NBCNightlyNews.

In a milestone for medical marijuana products, the FDA granted federal approval for a prescription epilepsy medication containing CBD

Here's how hard it is to find a migrant kid who has been separated from his mom.

Elizabeth Holmes, founder of the supposedly revolutionary blood-testing company Theranos, has been indicted for wire fraud and conspiracy. Carreyrou tells the story in his new book Bad Blood.

Police have made arrests in connection with last week's fatal stabbing of 15-year-old Lesandro Guzman-Ortiz outside a Bronx bodega

WATCH LIVE: A procession is underway for Long Beach Fire Capt. David Rosa, who was killed after a gunman opened fire at a senior housing facility.

Can you guess when is the best time to ask for a promotion? Yeah, no. It is NOT on Friday.

WATCH: World Cup fans for Senegal and Japan sing together after tied game -- proving good sportsmanship is stronger than competitiveness.

Hugh Grant plays British politician Jeremy Thorpe in the Amazon miniseries, "A Very English Scandal.

FDA approves cannabis-based drug for epilepsy.

The total number of people apprehended for illegally crossing the southern U.S. border has been steadily falling for almost two decades. It's a long-term trend that sociologists, economists and federal officials have been tracking for years.

An Arizona pharmacist refused to fill a doctor ordered prescription to end a pregnancy that would result in a stillbirth, which is legal by Arizona state law

President Trump: "We want a system where when people come in illegally they have to go out. A nice, simple system that works."

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