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Hero of Canada's Parliament Shooting Greeted with Standing Ovation


Alex Boutilier/Toronto Star via Getty Images(OTTAWA, Ontario) — The hero sergeant-at-arms who killed the shooter in Wednesday's attack on the Canadian Parliament was welcomed back into the building Thursday morning with a prolonged standing ovation.Kevin Vickers, 58, nodded to acknowledge the spontaneous applause that washed over him by the officials in the chamber, which included Prime Minister Stephen Harper.Vickers, a retired Royal Canadian Mountie, holds the ceremonial post of sergeant-at-arms but he confronted and killed gunman Michael Zehaf-

Richard Sherman: 'The Team's Still Confident'


Timothy White/E!(NEW YORK) — Kim Kardashian insists there will be no free ride for her daughter North.  The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star tells the London Evening Standard North will have to pay her own way when she gets older, just like she did.The 34-year-old reality star reveals that in spite of her family's wealth, she worked at a clothing store while she was in school. If she wanted designer clothes, Kim had to save up her money, and she'd like Nori to "work for what she wants" too.“I saved up for this Dolce & Gabbana dr
iStock/Thinkstock(PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY, Md.) -- When Laverne Green and her husband divorced, she moved out of their Prince Georges County, Maryland, townhouse, but she still stopped by weekly.In May 2013, Green was shocked to discover that someone had stolen her house and moved strangers in.When Green arrived at the home, she found that her key didn't work in the door. Green told ABC News' 20/20 that a woman answered the door. "She said that she was renting the property. I'm like, 'How can you rent this property-- this is my house?'"The renters said th
Steve Dykes/Getty Images(SEATTLE) -- Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman still believes his team has what it takes to get back to serious football in January.Despite dropping back-to-back games against the Cowboys and Rams, Sherman said the team's spirit is high headed into their game against the Carolina Panthers (3-3-1) on Sunday."The team's still confident in what we can do," Sherman said on Wednesday. "I think our team is fine and understands what we need to do to turn it around."Sherman continued that he understands it's a long season, but "the int
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