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Ian Rodgers of Napa County was arrested after authorities found more than 50 weapons including sniper rifles and semi-automatic guns, plus 15,000 rounds of ammunition, gunpowder, explosives, and five pipe bombs at his home and business.
By Eric Todisco / People.com A massive dead finback whale that washed up off the coast of southern Italy last week has been identified as "one of the largest" of its species to ever be found in the Mediterranean Sea. The Italian Coast Guard said in a Facebook post shared last Wednesday that officials discovered the carcass on Jan. 17 off the harbor of Sorrento, near Naples. According to local reports, coast guard officials located the dead mammal — which reportedly weighed over 77 tons and measured about 65 feet — after a young whale calf swam into the harbor in distress. The calf reportedly rammed its head into the harbor walls several times before going back underwater. When divers followed it, they discovered the carcass of the adult whale. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY
By Brianne Tolj / YahooNews A real estate agent got quite the fight this week while walking through and filming a potential home for his client. Adam Norton, from Tennessee in the US, is seen in footage moving from room to room in the house and describing it for possible new tenants. However, when he pulls down the attic door in the ceiling, he was not ready for what was on the other side. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY
Craig shares a recipe for a ZERO CARB Oreo Cookie. Meanwhile, cookie fans from around the USA let their voices be heard.
Oscar winner and multiple Emmy winner Cloris Leachman, best remembered as the delightfully neurotic Phyllis Lindstrom on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and her own subsequent sitcom, died of natural causes on Tuesday in Encinitas, Calif. She was 94.

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Why Coca-Cola Invented Fanta In Nazi Germany

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Fanta is one of the most popular drinks in the world. But the brightly colored drink now known for its bold fruit flavors was actually first made from food scraps in Nazi Germany by The Coca-Cola Company.