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Sharks that glow in the dark? Scientists discover massive glowing sharks lurking in New...

Scientists say they have found that three deepwater shark species living off New Zealand glow in the dark. The species were collected from the Chatham Rise - an area of ocean floor to the east of New Zealand - in January of last year, according to the study. One of them, the kitefin shark, is now the largest known luminous vertebrate and can reach up to 180cm (5ft 11in).

GoFundMe campaign for two sons of Atlanta spa shooting victim raises over $2 million...

A GoFundMe page for the two sons of Atlanta spa shooting victim Hyun Jung Grant had raised more than $2 million as of Saturday morning.

In Mexico, cartels are hunting down police at their homes

The notoriously violent Jalisco cartel has responded to Mexico’s “hugs, not bullets” policy with a policy of its own: The cartel kidnapped several members of an elite police force in the state of Guanajuato, tortured them to obtain names and addresses of fellow officers and is now hunting down and killing police at their homes, on their days off, in front of their families.

‘I feel blessed’: Plane crash survivor cheats death anew after bus falls off cliff

By Agence France-Presse / Agence France-Presse La Paz, Bolivia - A 30-year-old flight engineer who survived a horror plane crash in Colombia in 2016 has...

Active shooter at Oneida Casino in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin

BREAKING NEWS: Mass shooting at casino in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Texas man arrested on weapons charge near Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence with rifle...

District of Columbia police on Wednesday arrested a man near the vice president's residence on a weapons charge. Vice President Kamala Harris does not live at the home yet.

Women pose as ‘grannies’ to get coronavirus vaccine — and it worked, official says

Two Florida women were caught trying to get their second COVID-19 vaccine by being dressed up as old women, officials said.

Buff Korean Guy Selling Watermelons On The Street Becomes Internet Sensation

Internet’s Latest Thirst Trap Is A Ripped Korean ‘Selling’ Watermelons On The Streets of Saigon

3 Honolulu police officers charged in murder of 16-year-old despite not being indicted

The charges come after a grand jury last week declined to indict the same three officers in the shooting that killed Iremamber Sykap on April 5.

Kleptomaniac Cat Cat-Shamed: Oregon Woman’s Pet Cat Kept Stealing From Her Neighbors, So She...

This cat burglar has been caught red-handed! Oregon woman Kate Felmet decided to take action after her outdoor cat Esme kept bringing home masks, gloves, and other household items, which the feline stole from their neighbors.

111-year-old Australian recommends eating chicken brains

Australia’s oldest-ever man has included eating chicken brains among his secrets to living more than 111 years.

New Jersey school district to pay $325,000 to teacher who says she was forced...

A New Jersey school district is paying $325,000 to a former New Jersey teacher who claimed she was forced to digitally edit a Donald Trump T-shirt worn by a student in a yearbook photo.

Indian man accused of copying Saddam Hussein to kill his wife and mother-in-law with...

Thallium has become notorious for its use by poisoners and was favoured by the Iraqi dictator's secret police.


Laci Fay got hooked on the 1950s from growing up listening to her grandparents’ stories. They got married in 1955 and everything they told Fay about the time period seemed more colorful and optimistic than the present, so Fay decided to travel back in time.

Mysterious goat appears in Death Valley National Park. That’s bad news, rangers say

A tourist at Death Valley spotted something within the park that shouldn’t be there: a mysterious goat.