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A transgendered beauty pageant contestant says the Miss Universe pageant's earlier decision to disqualify her was 'unjust.' Deborah Gembara reports.
On her first political outing since announcing she will run for parliament, Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has called for changes to the 2008 military-drafted constitution.
Suu Kyi, who heads up the National League for Democracy (NLD) was greeted by jubilant crowds on what is only her fourth trip outside since her house arrest ended over a year ago.
French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde says debt issues would be a top issue if she is chosen to head IMF. Deborah Lutterbeck reports
By: Amy Graff
Some fuzzy, slow-motion footage of fans at a baseball game shows a woman snagging a foul ball directly from the hands of a young girl. How could she? According to Jezebel, the crowd booed the "thief" for five minutes. (It's not clear which game this occurred at, but, according to ABC Sports, it's from June 2.)
It seems that adults lose all consideration for children when it comes to catching foul balls. You might recall the recent video of a father dropping his child for a chance at an errant ball at a Dodgers-Marlins game. (He didn't catch it! Serves him right!) Who's worse? The thieving woman or the negligent father?