Thursday, August 11, 2022

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Dog kills Illinois toddler after she got too close to its food bowl

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An Illinois toddler is dead after authorities said she got too close to the family dog's food bowl.

Utah man who killed his wife in front of their three kids on Alaska...

A husband has been jailed for 30 years for battering his wife to death in front of their children on a cruise to Alaska to celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary.

Scientists discover real-life ‘chocolate frog’ in New Guinea rainforest, Harry Potter fans are ecstatic

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An Australian scientist has discovered a new species of frog, the “chocolate frog”, in rainforest swamps of New Guinea.

Arby’s mega-moronic employee fired for writing homophobic slur on couple’s receipt

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The employee was fired "within minutes" of the exchange, an Arby's spokesperson said, but the couple wants more action taken.

Employees at plant that ruined millions of J&J Covid vaccine doses failed to shower,...

Some employees at the Emergent BioSolutions plant in Baltimore failed to shower or change clothes, according to a memo released Wednesday by a key House committee.

‘Go Back to China!’: Real Estate Agent Loses Job After Racist Rant Caught on...

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A real estate agent living in Brooklyn, New York is now out of work after telling an Asian gym manager to “go back to China.” The incident, which was caught on video, occurred at a Blink Fitness outlet in the neighborhood of Bushwick.

Woman baffled by bizarre find on beach during holiday

Mantana Dao Pibul was playing on the beach during a getaway when she found the unusual mineral in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Thailand, on February 22.

Aged 118, the world’s oldest living person will carry the Olympic flame in Japan

Kane Tanaka of Japan is a rare supercentenarian, or person above the age of 110 who will be THE oldest torch bearer for the upcoming Olympics in May 2021.

North Carolina siblings who’ve donated thousands of laptops to underprivileged students face deportation

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While busy supplying laptop computers for students in need, 30-year-old Adrian Martinca and his 25-year-old sister, Miriam Martincova, missed a deadline to submit a government form and now face being kicked out of the country.

Is Air Frying Food Healthy, Or Are We Just Fooling Ourselves?

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Fried food without all the oil sounds too good to be true. Here are the pros and cons.

Couple buys Riverside dream home, but seller refuses to move out in eviction moratorium...

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Couple buys home for $560,000 - but seller refuses to be evicted under the current eviction moratorium loophole due to the pandemic.

Native Americans are transporting a 5,000-pound totem pole to D.C. from the Pacific Northwest

A 5,000-pound totem pole that was hand-carved by Native Americans is coming from Washington state to be on display in the nation's capital this summer after a journey that organizers hope will raise awareness about protecting land that is sacred to tribes.

World’s first space hotel scheduled to open in 2027

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A stay in space could be a reality. Welcome to Voyager Station, an ambitious space hotel project.

Newly discovered fish species named after Hawaii researcher

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The new species was named “Etelis boweni” by the research team in recognition of Brian Bowen, a research professor from the University of Hawaii

‘This is heartbreaking’: Delaware police officer declared clinically dead after responding to fight call,...

A Delaware police officer who was attacked inside a home while responding to a "fight in progress" call over the weekend has been declared clinically dead, according to Chief Ivan Barkley.