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Pamela Rauseo, 37, performs CPR on her nephew, 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz, after pulling her SUV over on the side of the road along the westbound lane on Florida state road 836 just east of 57th Avenue in Miami about 2:30pm on Thursday. At right is Lucila Godoy who stopped her car to assist in the rescue. (The Miami Herald | Al Diaz)

Sunday Brunch: When you have a little time for the good stuff (Feb. 23)

Got a little time on Sunday to read the story behind the story? How about a video that will take make you giggle? I spend a couple of hours on Saturdays looking for stories and items worth sharing.

Today's featured video went viral, with more than 6.8 million views in its first week. Goats love to be top goat, and if you have something that is off the ground, goats will do their best to get up there and make sure no one else is up there. Make that thing a flexible sheet of steel tethered at either end, and you have king of the mountain, in motion. – Suggested by Joyce McCartney.

Today's featured photo captures a life-saving moment on the side of a Miami expressway.

First you adopt triplets, and then learn you are having twins. "We really felt this was something God wanted us to do," Sarah Justice said. "And sometimes, when you follow God's will in one thing, it leads to the next thing." – Story by Michael Overall of the Tulsa World, suggested by Lara Neel.

As the world gets smaller, the danger of killer infectious diseases leaping from remote areas of the world to strike countries thousands of miles away is growing. There are ways to stop them. – A New York Times editorial.

A baby panther gets a new chance at life. The pictures alone are worth a click. – Story in the Orlando Sentinel, suggested by Scott Powers.

Duh tip of the day: Don't leave your pot in your pocket when you donate your pants to the Salvation Army.

If you just need to get caught up on the week's news, here's a Top 10 stories list I posted Saturday.

See a story that begs to be shared? Send an email with the link to jgideas@jg.net.

Send items for The Scoop to jgnews@jg.net.

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