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Pete Frates mistakenly reported dead by multiple outlets after Mike Barnicle tweet

Pete Frates mistakenly reported dead by multiple outlets after Mike Barnicle tweet

Prayer and love - the most powerful of medicines! On Sunday, Frates' mother Nancy shared a post on the Team FrateTrain Facebook page asking that supporters keep Frates in their prayers while he battles "this ALS like a Superhero". The Ice Bucket Challenge helped raise $220million for ALS research. The man who created the viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is alive, despite rumors to the contrary circulating throughout social media.


Plane crash kills 4 people in Murray County

Plane crash kills 4 people in Murray County

The plane had one man on board, Schroeder said. The cockpit was the only part of the plane still intact. He said the debris from the crash spans a five mile radius. The Federal Aviation Administration said a Piper PA-23 went down at 4:44 p.m. It's unclear if anyone was hurt. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.



Mexico vs. Portugal in Confederations Cup third-place match

Silva then struck his first global goal after a handball inside the box on 104 minutes, while both sides finished with 10 men as Nelson Semedo was dismissed for Portugal before Raul Jimenez saw red for Mexico. Despite the loss, Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa was named Man of the Match after several impressive saves, while his Portugal counterpart Rui Patricio also had a strong day, especially in blocking a skipping rocket by Hector Herrera late in extra time .


Charlie Gard: Pope Francis offers parents support

Charlie Gard: Pope Francis offers parents support

The Vatican had also supported the court's ruling earlier, saying we should sometimes accept the limits of medicine, the Guardian reported. On Sunday, campaigners carrying a banner that said "Its Murder" gathered outside Buckingham Palace to protest against the court's decision.


CBN's Manufacturing PMI records expansion in June

CBN's Manufacturing PMI records expansion in June

The inaugural Commonwealth Bank and IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to a seasonally adjusted 56.2 in June, from 55.9 in May and putting it well above the 50.0 threshold between expansion and contraction. Manufacturers seeking to cut costs and improve efficiency further reduced staff numbers in June, straining their operating capacity and leading to an increase in work backlogs, the survey showed.