Thursday, August 11, 2022

Tag: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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TikTok Captures an Adorable Friendship Between a Rescue Piglet and Dog and We Can’t...

Friendships come in all shapes and sizes—some forming in our earliest years and others striking up toward the end. While research shows friends tend to be more like one another in terms of age, gender, and behavior, there's still room for those exceptional and unlikely friendships. For that reason, the bond between animals of two different species is super intriguing to us humans, not to mention super adorable!

Florida police officer killed after veering into a wrong-way driver from Colorado to save...

A Florida police officer made the ultimate sacrifice to save others this week. The Tampa police chief says Master Patrol Officer Jesse Madsen purposely veered into a wrong-way driver from Colorado Tuesday night along I-275 to protect everyone else on the highway in the area. The wrong-way driver was identified as 25-year-old Daniel Joshua Montague from Golden. Police say Montague was driving more than 100 mph and was likely intoxicated at the time of the crash early Tuesday morning.

‘Jupiter’s Legacy’ Cancelled — But Netflix Has Already Ordered Live-Action Spinoff Show, ‘Supercrooks’

Netflix has released the cast of “Jupiter’s Legacy,” effectively bringing the show to an end after one season. At the same time, the streamer has ordered a live-action adaptation of Mark Millar’s “Supercrooks” to series.

Rags-to-riches story of Frito-Lay janitor, 62, who became director and author after ‘creating’ Cheetos...

Flamin’ Hot Cheetos Inventor, Subject of Upcoming Eva Longoria-Directed Biopic, Dismissed by Frito-Lay as ‘Urban Legend’

Police: 2 dead, 3 arrested in Virginia Beach shootings

Overnight shootings near the Atlantic oceanfront in Virginia Beach left two people dead and eight wounded in a scene described by authorities on Saturday as “very chaotic.”

In scenes typically reserved for nightmares, thousands of spiders and snakes have inundated Australian...

Record-breaking floods in southeastern Australia have caused a mass animal exodus to higher ground, with spiders in particular surging onto people's land and into their homes.

South Carolina House adds firing squad to execution methods

The South Carolina House voted Wednesday to add a firing squad to the state’s execution methods amid a lack of lethal-injection drugs — a measure meant to jump-start executions in a state that once had one of the busiest death chambers in the nation.

Some dumbass keeps abandoning chihuahuas around southwest Missouri

At least 50 chihuahuas have been found abandoned throughout southwest Missouri and parts of Arkansas, prompting animal control officials to try and find whoever is dumping the dogs.

Teenage sledder partly paralyzed in accident on same hill that took girl’s life

Natalie Wilson, 17, crashed one day after Eirelyn Zuercher, 14, died at Hinckley Reservation in Ohio.

A 71-year-old woman riding with her daughter suffered a gashed forehead Wednesday when a...

"'I swear to God this lady has the worst luck of anything,' the daughter told the 911 operator as she tended to her injured mother." (she and the turtle were fine lol)

Mysterious rumblings from inside of Mars detected by NASA lander

The space agency's scientists believe the seismic events are caused by a sudden release of energy from the planet's interior.

Lawyer Gets Stuck In Cat Filter Mode During Zoom Trial: ‘I’m Not A Cat!’

Attorney Rod Ponton’s technical snafu led to an exchange with the judge that can only be described as “kitty funny.”

Tyrannosaurus Rex walked surprisingly slowly, new study finds

Tyrannosaurus rex had a walking speed similar to many living species including humans, a new study by Dutch paleontologists has revealed.

90-year-old man takes out $10K ads to tell AT&T CEO about slow service

Aaron Epstein has been a loyal AT&T customer since 1960. But as his technology needs increased, his internet service just wasn’t keeping up, the 90-year-old Los Angeles man said.

China’s construction boom is sending CO2 emissions through the roof

China's plan to build its way out of the pandemic is pushing its carbon emissions to record highs, new research has found.