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F.G.DeSilva 19h
Replying to @SRuhle @MSNBC
More of this please. There should be an entire show dedicated to showing the greater good there is in America which far surpasses all the negativity and bad news coming from the WH and elsewhere.
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MSNBC 17h
: reports on how a non-profit is donating clothing and other items to wildfire victims in Paradise, California.
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Stephanie Ruhle 20h
There’s always good news somewhere! Glam4Good collected clothing to make sure CA wildfire victims – who lost so many of their belongings -- go back to school in style.
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Andrew Meyer Aug 18
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Stephanie Ruhle Jun 14
There’s always good news somewhere! WWII Vet K.T. Robbins fell madly in love w/ a local French girl named Jeanine while stationed in France. When Robbins was suddenly transferred, they went their separate ways. Last week, they finally reunited after 75 years.
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Stefanie Cargill 17h
: 'Glam 4 Good' helps wildfire victims go back to school in style
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Haley Moran Jan 29
This is America. Not division. Not nasty twitter-baiting. It’s men, women, children of all colors & backgrounds paying respects to a man they never met.
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MSNBC Apr 4
Three Kenyan wildlife rangers came to the rescue of elephants stuck in a mud pit. Thanks to their hard work, the mission was a success.
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Stephanie Ruhle Apr 29
There’s always good news somewhere! When Tanvi Barman learned kids in homeless shelters weren’t able to have birthday cakes & parties to celebrate, she took action. She created to organize parties for kids living in homeless shelters.
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MSNBC Mar 20
: shares what happened when 9-year-old Luca Cesternino found out his mystery taekwondo sparring partner was actually his dad, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Rob Cesternino, who just spent 10 months serving in Jordan and Syria.
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Stephanie Ruhle Apr 30
When a WWII Veteran passed away earlier this month, he had no living relatives. But his young friend would not let his passing – or his service to his country – go unrecognized. Hundreds of Vets &first responders came out to honor his memory.
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Stephanie Ruhle Jun 18
There’s always good news somewhere! When saw an elderly man cutting his own lawn in 2015, he decided to launch his own free mowing service for Vets. Rodney has mowed two thousand lawns in all 50 states!
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The Heart Broke May 10
Great interview w/ ⁦⁩ w/ ⁦⁩! She talks women in coding and scolarships, pay parity and Big Little Lies S2!! : Laura Dern pushes for more female STEM education
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MSNBC Mar 18
: shares the story of Thomas Panek, who lost his vision more than 25 years ago. With the help of three guide dogs, he was able to become the first blind runner to finish the New York City half marathon. More:
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MSNBC Apr 11
Capturing the first-ever image of a black hole was made possibly by an algorithm developed by 29-year-old Dr. Katie Bouman.
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Etta Devine Jan 18
Replying to @SRuhle @MSNBC
😐 “Next on Hostage father of three’s body parts mailed to family one at a time. ‘It’s always a surprise what part we’re gonna get.’ Must be like Christmas every day.”
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Stephanie Ruhle Jun 17
There’s always good news somewhere! Golfer won his first major championship yesterday, with the support of one very talented fan.
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Kathy/KitchenWizards Aug 16
We need to see more "feel good" stories like this on the news! .
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Pam Kemp 19h
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Stephanie Ruhle Aug 19
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Tijuan Fisher Aug 18
Replying to @SRuhle
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