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A 29-year-old terminally ill woman who plans to take her life under Oregon's death-with-dignity law said in a video released Wednesday night that she may live beyond Saturday, NBC News reported. Brittany Maynard planned to end her life Nov. 1 with a lethal prescription to spare herself and her family from the end stages of her terminal brain cancer. “If Nov. 2 has come along and I’ve passed, I hope my family is still proud of me,” Maynard said in the video. “And if Nov. 2 comes along and I’m still alive, I know that we’ll just still be moving forward as a family out of love for each other, and that the decision will come later.” Read »
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There's only one person: Denzel.  

— Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder giving his opinion on the best actor to portray him in a movie while speaking at the Washington Ideas Forum.
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The National Guard was called out as molten rock lava from the Kilauea volcano flow crept to residents in the Hawaiian town of Pahoa on Wednesday, civil defense officials said. About 80 members of the Hawaii Guard will be on the scene Thursday morning after local officials requested state and federal assistance, said Darryl Oliveira, director of the Hawai'i County Civil Defense Agency. They'll help manage roadblocks and traffic as lava from the June 27 flow — named for the day it was first observed — menaced 15 to 20 other homes and several dozen other structures on the Big Island. Read »

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