Timothy the hippo at the San Antonio Zoo in Texas showed his disgust for the winter weather by spitting out this snow Thursday (2/18).

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WEB EXTRA: President Biden Says There Is A Mass Shooting Every Day In The USPresident Biden: "Every single day there's a mass shooting in the United States..." Friday (4/16), the president called on Senate Republicans to support House-passed gun legislation, saying the frequency of mass shootings in the U.S. is "a national embarrassment and must come to an end."
WEB EXTRA :White House Flag At Half-Staff For Victims Of A Shooting At A FedEx Facility In IndianapolisThe American flag on top of the White House is flying at half-staff to honor victims of a mass shooting in Indiana on Thursday night (4/15). Police said a gunman killed eight people at an Indianapolis FedEx facility before taking his own life.
WEB EXTRA: What To Expect At Prince Philip's FuneralThe funeral for Prince Philip will be in Windsor, England on Saturday (4/17). COVID-19 restrictions have forced the Royal Family to scale down plans. Here's what you can expect to see.
WEB EXTRA: Police On FedEx Shooting: Alleged Gunman 'Just Appeared To Randomly Start Shooting'Indianapolis police said the suspect in shooting at a FedEx facility "just appeared to randomly start shooting." 8 people were killed in the incident, according to police. Authorities described the timeline of the incident during a news conference on Friday (4/15).
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WEB EXTRA: Best And Worst States For Working From HomeAre you still working from home during the pandemic? WalletHub crunched some data to rank the best and worst states for working from home.
WEB EXTRA: Mother Cat Rescue Kitten From DogsMama cat to the rescue! A mother cat chased off a group of dogs that cornered her baby on Wednesday (4/14), according to Reuters. Surveillance video captured the heroic moment in a market in Adana, Turkey.
WEB EXTRA: Florida Driver Jumps DrawbridgeCameras caught a driver crashing through a traffic arm and jumping a drawbridge that was going up in Daytona Beach, FL Monday (4/12). Police released the video and said they believe they have identified the driver.
WEB EXTRA: Land Rover That Will Carry Prince Philip's Coffin RevealedPrince Philip helped design a custom Land Rover hearse that will be used at his funeral on Saturday (4/17). Take a look.
WEB EXTRA: Cows Invade Florida NeighborhoodCows were spotted roaming around a Jacksonville, Florida neighborhood recently. According to residents, the cows are quiet, but eat everything. The sheriff's office has said it's working with the owner of the cows to secure the property, so they don't go roaming again.
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WEB EXTRA: Ralph Lauren Unveils Team USA Uniform For Closing Ceremonies Of The Olympic and Paralympic GamesRed, white, blue, and hopefully some gold! Here's a look at what Team USA will be wearing at the closing ceremonies of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo this summer.
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WEB EXTRA: Bernie Madoff OBIT GraphicBernie Madoff died of natural causes in federal prison on Wednesday (4/14), according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Madoff pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history. He was 82 years old.
WEB EXTRA: Statues Of Olympic Rings, Games Mascots UnveiledStatues of the Olympic rings and this year's Olympic and Paralympic mascots were unveiled in Tokyo, Japan. Wednesday's (4/14) ceremonies marked 100 days until the start of the games. The 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics were postponed a year due to COVID-19.
Trending: DMX MuralEfren Andaluz, also known as Andaluz the Artist, has painted a mural of the late rapper DMX outside a restaurant in the Bronx. The business owner is a DMX fan and said he's honored to have the mural outside his restaurant.
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WEB EXTRA: Officer Evans Leaves CapitolCapitol Police Officer William Evans laid in honor in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday (4/13). His family, President Biden, and members of Congress attended his funeral. Officer Evans died in the line of duty earlier in April.
WEB EXTRA: Gun Violence Memorial In Washington DC40,000 flowers were installed on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to honor those who lost their lives to gun violence on Tuesday (4/13). The Gun Violence Memorial is a collaboration between Gabrielle Giffords' foundation and Doug Landry, a visual artist. The memorial can be viewed until April 16.
WEB EXTRA: Officer William Evans Lying In Honor At The CapitolCapitol Police Officer William Evans is lying in honor at the Capitol on Tuesday (4/13). His wife, children, and President Biden attended a memorial service in the Rotunda. Evans was killed earlier this month in the line of duty.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden Picks Up Toy That Fallen Officer's Daughter DroppedPresident Biden got out of his seat to pick up a toy that fallen Officer William Evans' daughter dropped during a memorial service on Tuesday (4/13). The body of Officer Evans is lying in honor inside the Capitol. He died in attack outside the Capitol earlier this month.
WEB EXTRA: Scrabble Words on London Buildings Mark End of Lockdown, National Scrabble Day"Hope," "family," and "reunion" were just some of the words projected onto London buildings in the design of Scrabble tiles. The displays helped celebrate the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in the UK and National Scrabble Day, which is Tuesday (4/13).

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