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Inside Edition 10 Sep 2019

Wheelchair Dance Team Inspires Others to Pursue Their Dreams


These women are redefining what dancers look like. The Rollettes is a team of wheelchair dancers who travel around the world to perform and educate. Chelsie Hill says she founded the group two years after she was paralyzed in a car accident. She started searching for people on social media who could relate to her and organized a gathering. That meeting was the start of something special as the women encouraged each other to reach new heights.'s Mara Montalbano has more.

Aside from falsified test scores, illnesses and photoshopped athletic pictures. Did the parents associated with the college admissions go as far as to change their child's ethnicity and race to better their chances? Former federal prosecutor Doug Burns discusses the legal fallout from the college admissions scandal.
A day after a fire destroyed parts of the historic Notre Dame Cathedral, crowds gathered at the Paris landmark April 16 to pay their respects.
Identical twins Deonte and Deontrae Wright have more in common than just their appearance. The high school seniors from Toledo, Ohio, are both graduating with near-perfect GPAs and volunteer in their community - while working two jobs: one at an electronics company and one at McDonald's. But one always tries to out-brother the other, which is exactly how they wound up with full rides to Ohio State University and aspirations to start their own electrical engineering company.'s Stephanie Officer explains.
As Muslims around the world are fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, people in war-torn Yemen are struggling to buy the food they need to break their fast.
Many in the capital, Sanaa, which is under Houthi control, work without pay and have no money to buy food.
Some are making do by buying products that are way past the expiration date.
Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.

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