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  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, accompanied by his wife Ri Sol Ju, right, waves to the crowd as they inspect the Rungna People's Pleasure Ground in Pyongyang. (AP Photo/Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Service)
    The lack of public appearances in more than a month by the first lady of North Korea has raised speculation about her fate.

    Ri Sol Ju, a singer who married North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, customarily has been pictured with her husband during visits to military units, farms,  and at official ceremonies, the Telegraph reports. But word out of South Korean media now says Ri has not been seen in public for more than 40 days.

    One thought is that the young bride is pregnant and does not yet want it made public, the Daily Mail reports.

    The Daily Mail notes that Ri did not join her husband during a roller coaster ride in July at the opening of the Reungra People's Resort in Pyongyang.
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, front left, accompanied by his wife Ri Sol Ju, who is wearing a required lapel pin. (AP file photo)
    Media outlet reports that during a recent visit to deliver gifts to renters at some newly renovated apartments "there was a glimpse of Ri Sol Ju washing a cup in the kitchen, and it seemed as though her stomach was protruding more than usual."

    Another bit of speculation is that Ri has fallen out

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  • Sandeep Singh at a press conference after winning a $30.5 million lottery (YouTube)Sandeep Singh has been working two jobs to help support his family and was recently dumped by his girlfriend. But the 22-year-old Massachusetts man nicknamed "Sunny," can console himself with a $30.5 million winning lottery ticket.

    "My mom needs the help and my family could use it, so God definitely helped us out at the right time," Singh said at a press conference on Wednesday to accept the winning check.

    When asked if he had any children, spouse or girlfriend, Singh noted his girlfriend had just left him.

    "She broke up with me, but right now, I'm not really worried about it," Singh said, eliciting laughter from the audience. "I was heartbroken at first, but now I'm getting over it."

    When asked if he thinks the ex-girlfriend will call him back, Singh said, "Doesn't matter. I hope not."

    For most of the press conference, Singh acknowledged that he was feeling "overwhelmed," continually taking deep breaths while answering questions from reporters. But he shared a heartwarming story of how he has worked two jobs from the age of 14 to help his mother and sister pay the bills after his father passed away.

    "Helping my mom with the mortgage, helping my family and, like, donating some money to the community. Aside from that, nothing that I want to do, really," Singh said of what he plans to do with his winnings.

    Just a week ago, Singh was working at both a local Best Buy and a Citizens Bank.

    "I'm giving my two weeks notice, yeah," he said.

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  • The puppies that purportedly kept Camp warm. (WAFF-TV)

    Warning: The following story is so damn heartwarming it may melt your computer or mobile device.

    A 10-year-old boy with Down syndrome reported missing in Hackleburg, Ala., on Tuesday was found on Wednesday morning along a creek near his home with a pair of puppies that rescue workers believe kept him warm overnight.

    The boy, Kyle Camp, went missing Tuesday afternoon, his family said. Police, firefighters and as many as 150 volunteers launched an air-and-ground search that lasted well into the night, covering several square miles, Marion County Sheriff's Dept. officials said, and resumed early Wednesday morning.

    Jamie Swinney, one of the volunteers, told WAFF-TV that he followed the Camp family's dog along the creek and discovered the boy in thick with the dog's two puppies at about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.

    [Related: Puppies trying not to fall asleep in cars (VIDEO)]

    "I heard the dogs barking again and followed him down there and started hollering for the puppies and I hollered for him and he hollered back," Swinney said. "He was in the creek about a half a mile over the ridge."

    According to WAFF, the boy was found wet and without shoes, and officials "think the puppies kept him warm overnight."

    The boy was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital and was released.

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