White House security dogs Hurricane and Jordan who were brutally kicked by White House intruder head back to work as they recover from their bruises

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security dogs

Reports: Daily Mail

Meet Hurricane and Jordan, the heroic security dogs who thwarted Wednesday’s White House intruder.

The brave Belgian Malinois have returned to work after being treated for minor bruises following the incident, in which Dominic Adesanya, 23, hopped over the north fence and sprinted across the lawn in a bid to reach the executive mansion. President Obama was inside at the time.

‘He’s a snake who shut me out of my child’s life': Kyle Chrisley, now happily married and drug-free, reveals how his reality star dad has ‘stolen’ his daughter and ruthlessly kicked him off show

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Reports: Daily Mail

When season two of USA network’s ‘real-life family comedy’ Chrisley Knows Best premiered last week a record 2.3million tuned in to watch.

With his acid one-liners, camp demeanor and ruthless micro-management of his wife and children Todd Chrisley, 45, ‘self-made multi-millionaire’ and Patriarch of Perfection has proved television gold.

Utah Town Is Celebrating Halloween and Christmas Early for a Little Boy With Terminal Cancer

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Reports: E!

Christmas and Halloween is coming early to a small town in Utah, but for a very tragic reason.

Ethan Van Leuven, an adorable four-year-old boy who lives in West Jordan, Utah, has been battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia since he was two years old. Recently, doctors told him that his condition is no longer treatable, and he is now terminal.

Marysville school shooting as student opens fire in cafeteria

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The gunman

Reports: Daily Mail

The shooter who opened fire at a Washington high school this morning was a popular 15-year-old boy who played on the football team and was crowned homecoming prince.

Jaylen Fryberg killed one classmate and wounded four more before turning the gun on himself in the cafeteria of Marysville-Pilchuck High School at 10.39am.