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A bride is regretting her decision for her sympathy-inviting a woman who was not initially invited to join her bachelorette weekend.

The bride-to-be originally omitted a "friend" from the list because she was a "downer." But this friend refused to be tossed aside and complained to the point where caving was the only option.

Sometimes, going with your gut and hurting someone's feelings is slightly better than ruining your celebratory getaway.

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A teenager who was alleged to have made threats in honor of Coumbine's 20th anniversary was found dead, according to CBS Denver.

Previously, Denver police warned of an armed teenager who was "infatated" with the Columbine mass shooting and was on the loose wielding a firearm.

According to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Sol Pais, 18, reportedly flew from Miami, Florida on Monday night.

Once she arrived in Denver, Pais purchased a pump-action shotgun and ammunition in Denver and made verbal threats just a few days ahead of the 20th anniversary of Columbine, in which two senior students murdered 12 students and one teacher on April 20, 1999.

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Late architectural historian Andrew Tallon left behind a blueprint that could be instrumental in rebuilding Notre Dame cathedral.

Tallon, who died from brain cancer on Nov. 18, 2018, at the age of 49, used laser scans to uncover hidden clues that went into building the medieval structure that was commissioned in 1160 by the bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully.

The laser scan done in 2010 will be used as a reference to restoring the cathedral to its original magnificence. That is the hope.

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