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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s statue unveiled in her native Brooklyn, N.Y.

The unveiling comes during Women's History Month and just days before Ginsburg would have turned 88.

Busted: $94K worth of cocaine hidden in woman’s body, bra at JFK Airport

Customs agents say a woman arriving from the Dominican Republic had stuffed pellets of cocaine inside her bra.

Actor Randy Quaid says he is ‘seriously considering’ running for California governor against Caitlyn...

Randy Quaid and Caitlyn Jenner might run governor. Any other arbitrary Republican celebrities? Kanye West? Donny Osmond? Trey Parker? Maurice Lamarche? Stacey Dash?

Rachel Levine becomes first openly transgender official to win Senate confirmation

Senate confirms Levine to be the nation’s assistant secretary of health as activists hail appointment as a historic breakthrough

3 years ago, a massive algae bloom in Florida killed 200 tons of marine...

Blue green algae, which are toxic, have been blooming the past few weeks in the waters around Tampa Bay

Oldest captive rhino celebrates birthday at wildlife rescue

Henry, a 4,600-pound Indian rhinoceros, on Saturday celebrated his 40th birthday at Carson Springs Wildlife in northeast Alachua County, his home for the last five years. He is the country’s oldest Indian rhinoceros in captivity, according to Rhinos of the World, and is only one of a handful of his species to reach the age of 40.

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Dick Van Dyke, 95, is seen handing out wads of CASH to struggling...

Dick Van Dyke is living up to his reputation as one of Hollywood's most affable and legendary stars after the 95-year-old was spotted handing out wads of cash to people in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Sharks were nearly completely wiped out 19 million years ago

Global shark populations were wiped out by up to 90 per cent around 19 million years ago, even though there were no signs of sudden climatic or environmental changes.

Sea turtle was trying to nest on beach – until Alabama teens poured alcohol...

Coastal Alabama police say they arrested a group of teens after they poured alcohol on a turtle that was trying to nest on the beach. Officers arrested...

Sole survivor of cable car tragedy identified as five-year-old boy who lost entire family...

Fourteen people died in the disaster which happened on a funicular line above Lake Maggiore in northern Italy

Aunt Jemima’s New Name Is Revealed After Controversy

Aunt Jemima Reveals New Name and Logo After Backlash Over Use of Racially Insensitive Caricature The company says it worked with diverse partners to “ensure the new brand was developed with inclusivity in mind”

What Are Octomom’s Kids Doing Now? They’re All Grown Up

Time flies! 'Octomom' Nadya Suleman celebrates her octuplets' 12th birthday by sharing photos of her brood posing in animal onesies - while praising the 'kind, caring, and respectful' children

Virus knocks 80% off Atlantic City casino profits in 2020

Casinos are feeling the dry spell because of the 'rona pandemic.


Now that spring is in full swing, more people will be flocking to L.A.’s many beautiful beaches. On Tuesday, April 13, the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors will increase beach accessibility with a new access mat at the Marvin Braude Bike Trail near the Venice Boulevard beach parking lot. The mat will end in a “T” shape closer to the water’s edge. The access mat, made of a fine nylon mesh, is designed for people who use wheelchairs or may otherwise need a firmer surface to traverse the sand. The Venice Beach mat will be DBH’s eighth installation.

Larger-than-life software mogul John McAfee dead at 75: Antivirus pioneer hangs himself in his...

British-born U.S. technology entrepreneur John McAfee died on Wednesday by suicide in a Barcelona prison after the Spanish high court authorized his extradition to the United States on tax evasion charges, his lawyer says.