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A video taken at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida’s Animal Kingdom park showing gorillas freaking out, as we would be if we found a snake in our home, has gone viral.
A wannabe momfluencer in California who went viral after alleging that a Latino couple tried to snatch her children has been charged with giving false information to police, it has been revealed.
“My whole TikTok is basically sex work and giving sex work advice, specifically online sex work,” she said in the video, “and ‘stuck’ is a fetish category that I’m pretty popular in and done for about nine years now. I was just working, and yeah, it was my job. I was literally just working.”
Troopers find 426 pounds of marijuana inside ATMs, safe and totes in I-80 stop
A student who could not read until he was 13 has just earned a first-class honours university degree and is planning a career in academia and politics.
2 Indiana students were on their way to prom when they were killed in a car crash
Sometimes it’s a simple gesture that can make all the difference — and for Taylor Ross of Farmington Hills, thanks to the kindness of two local teens, her dog Albert is now back home where he belongs.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors has chosen to live in one of the whitest areas of California after purchasing a $1.4 million dollar home in an area that has a black population of just 1.6 per cent.
Real-life equivalent of a made-for-TV sci-fi movie, scientists in Florida are prepared to unleash a swarm of genetically modified mosquitoes.
Tempe man stabs father 20 times trying to “rid his body of a shape-shifting reptile”
Wally the golden retriever did exactly what his breed is supposed to do during a recent swim in a Massachusetts lake, retrieving a small rodent and giving it a ride to shore on his back before ending the trip with a little kiss — an interaction all caught on video by Wally’s owner.
Art Cervi shaped musical tastes of Detroit baby boomers as talent coordinator for the Channel 9 dance show "Swingin’ Time," then found a new career by hiding in plain sight behind Bozo the Clown’s bulbous red nose and entertaining countless thousands of younger fans. Cervi, who reached an enormous audience that never knew his name, died Monday at his home in Novi. He was 86.