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Family fighting for return of late tattoo artist’s preserved skin

The family of a tattoo artist whose skin was preserved after his death says they are in danger of losing possession of the irreplaceable artifacts.

Former U.S. gymnastics coach John Geddert kills himself hours after being charged with 24...

John Geddert, the associate of Larry Nassar and former U.S. Olympic gymnastics coach who was charged Thursday with several felonies including human trafficking and sexual assault, has taken his own life, according to the Michigan Attorney General's office. The AG said that Geddert died by suicide and called it a tragic end.

First confirmed case of Indian coronavirus variant in U.S. found in California

The strain was first detected last month by health officials in India.

Amazon admits its drivers sometimes have to pee in bottles

"Drivers can and do have trouble finding restrooms," Amazon admits.

CAUGHT ON CAM: 17-Year-Old California Girl Rushes Massive Bear, Knocks It Off Backyard Fence...

Security camera footage in California captured a harrowing moment when a 17-year-old teenager named Hailey confronted a large bear in order to save her dogs.

Monuments In Paris Turned Into Pop Culture Characters (12 PICS)

All around the world, monuments and statues are honoring historical events of the region or political figures that helped shape the world into what it is today. There are some statues for religion, nature, folklore, and even tragedies as well. But how often do we see statues portraying pop-culture figures from our favorite movies, cartoons, books, or TV shows? French 3D artist Benoit Lapray is well-known for his digital artwork and editing skills. He teamed up with 95 Magenta and Emmanuelle Vonck Lugand to replace statues in the streets of Paris with well-known characters. Digitally, of course.

Idris Elba’s Netflix Film ‘Concrete Cowboy’ Is Based On Real Urban Cowboys in Philadelphia

While spending the summer in North Philadelphia, a troubled teen (Caleb McLaughlin) is caught between a life of crime and his estranged father’s (Idris Elba) vibrant urban-cowboy subculture. Based on the novel 'Ghetto Cowboy' by G.Neri, Concrete Cowboy is directed by Ricky Staub and co-stars Jharrel Jerome, Byron Bowers, Lorraine Toussaint and Clifford "Method Man" Smith. On Netflix April 2.

Bodies of 2 pre-teen sisters, found dead in canal in Florida

Police have identified the two young girls found in the same Lauderhill canal as sisters and said the girl’s mother is being investigated as a possible person of interest in their deaths.

CVS, Walgreens have wasted more Covid vaccine doses than most states combined

Months into the vaccination drive, the CDC has a limited view of how much vaccine is going to waste.

The next Superman will be black: New superhero movie will feature black lead, director...

After enlisting Ta-Nehisi Coates to write the latest feature on the superhero, the studio is searching for its director and star as it kick-starts the next phase of its DC universe.

Missing woman found naked inside a Florida storm drain. How she got there is...

A 43-year-old woman who had been missing for three weeks was rescued Tuesday after she was found trapped inside a storm drain just a few feet away from a busy Delray Beach thoroughfare.

Trump’s niece, Mary, says she is ‘prepared’ to change her last name in a...

By Joshua Zitser / YahooNews Mary Trump, the niece of Former President Donald Trump, has said she might change her last name to avoid being...

Parents find over 5,000 pills believed to be fentanyl in glow worm bought at...

The Phoenix Police Department says they received a call from parents who bought a glow worm for their daughter at a thrift store in El Mirage. Inside, they say they found a sandwich bag with over 5,000 pills of what is believed to be fentanyl.

‘Godzilla’ shark discovered in New Mexico gets formal name

Paleontologists say they have given a more formal name to the ancient shark fossil dubbed “Godzilla Shark” after it was discovered in New Mexico in 2013.

Sharon Stone Says Producers Pressured Her to Have Sex With Her Male Co-Stars

Sharon Stone was pressured to have sex with her male co-stars in order to have better chemistry with them on-screen, she says — and these demands came from white male studio executives, she writes in her upcoming book.