Thursday, August 11, 2022

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Man taking bathroom break in woods finds human remains

A forensic anthropologist is studying human remains found in woods off a dirt road by a man who was taking a bathroom break in the woods a few weeks ago, authorities said.

16 missing children recovered by US marshals in the Philadelphia area

A four-week operation by U.S Marshals and other local officials located 16 children who went missing from across the Philadelphia area -- including four believed to be involved in sex-trafficking, authorities announced.

Polar vortex: What are they and why are they happening?

A freezing air mass from the Arctic Circle is pushing downwards through Alaska to the Midwest and East Coast of the US.

Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson in critical condition after being shot in the...

The Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson is in a critical condition after sustaining a gunshot wound to her head in an incident in south London, her affiliated group, Taking the Initiative party, has announced on social media.

Sarah Palin now urges Americans to wear face coverings after she and her 12-year-old...

Former Republican Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has revealed she tested positive for coronavirus and is encouraging Americans to wear masks - less than a year after she backed a Dallas salon owner who was jailed for defying lockdown orders.

‘Those two can save me anytime’: Internet swoons over two ‘HOT COPS’ who saved...

Well, hello there officer! A pair of hero cops in Texas are red hot — for their looks, as much as for their recent life-saving rescue of a man from a burning truck.

2 hikers die in apparent 100-foot fall from icy cliff in Acadia National Park

The bodies of two hikers who died in an apparent 100-foot fall from an icy mountain cliff in Maine's Acadia National Park were located and recovered after an air and ground search was launched when they were reported missing by relatives.

Concerning facts emerge in Tiger Woods’ crash investigation

New facts are starting to emerge about the crash. Was it REALL an accident? Or was there something else involved in the cause?

CALIFORNIA: Lamborghini driver, 17, is FINALLY charged for killing secretary, 32, two months ago...

Lamborghini driver, 17, whose dad bought him $500k supercar for birthday arrested as woman killed in high-speed crash

U.S. diplomats in China subjected to anal swab testing for Covid-19

U.S. diplomats in China were subjected to anal swab tests for Covid-19, a Department of State spokesperson confirmed Thursday, adding that a protest had been lodged with the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

A boulder-shaped house made from 3D-printed concrete is ready for its first tenants

A Dutch couple have become Europe’s first tenants of a fully 3D printed house the first completed home of five for 'Project Milestone', in suburb of Bosrijk in Eindhoven.

A trans woman said she was stopped by airport security after scanners flagged her...

Rosalynne Montoya, a transgender Latinx model and activist, shared her uncomfortable experience going through airport security with her 481,000 TikTok followers.

Marvel Comics To Unveil A Gay ‘Captain America’ In Time For Pride Month

Teen hero Aaron Fischer is “inspired by heroes of the queer community” and will appear in a new series this June, writer Joshua Trujillo said.

Scientists discover new giant fish species off Japan’s coast

There is a great variety of sea life swimming in Earth's oceans, but according to the National Ocean Service, more than 90% of the species living in them are not yet classified. So when scientists stumbled onto a toothy deep-sea "top predator" off Japan's coast, they could not believe a fish of that size was swimming around the deep blue,

Crystal ball starts Wisconsin house fire that causes $250K in damage, officials say

A crystal ball is being blamed for starting a fire that caused an estimated $250,000 in damage to a Wisconsin home on Monday, authorities said.