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Dogs are BORN to be man’s best friend! Puppies are born with ‘human-like’ social...

In news that’s sure to start plenty of new conversations between people and “man’s best friend,” a new study finds puppies are born with “human-like” social skills. Simply put, scientists say these adorable canines are able to communicate with people from birth.

Bones dating back to ice age found in Las Vegas backyard

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The animal bones were discovered during the construction of a pool and are between 6,000 and 14,000 years old. LAS VEGAS — A couple in Las Vegas said they will have to wait to continue building their pool after construction crews unearthed a set of bones dating back to Earth's most recent ice age.

A $160,000 Big Bird outfit that was stolen from a circus and held captive...

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A $160,000 Big Bird costume that was stolen from a circus and held captive for days has been returned by two men 'wearing dark clothing' with an apology letter stuffed inside the costume.

A good Samaritan jumped into water and saved an infant who fell out of...

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Good Samaritan jumps into water, saves infant who fell out of a car in Ocean City, Maryland: Police

Biden’s dog Major bites ANOTHER government employee on White House grounds while out for...

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President Joe Biden's dog Major has bitten another employee at the White House, according to reports.

Super Flower Blood Moon 2021: Where, when and how to see the supermoon lunar...

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On the night of May 25-27, observers in Oceania, Hawaii, eastern Asia and Antarctica will see a lunar eclipse that coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth — making it a "supermoon" eclipse that will turn the moon reddish — also known as a "blood moon." (The dates of this eclipse span two days because the area it will be visible spans the international date line).

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.

Supreme Court unanimously BLOCKS 400,000 immigrants who entered the US illegally and were allowed...

The Supreme Court rules that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents. The ruling affects 400,000 people from 12 countries who arrived in the U.S. illegally.

Police: Man stole 400-pound slide from children’s playground, mounted it on bunk bed

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A police detective in Washington state went to a suspect's home to search for stolen car parts and found another piece of stolen property in the process: a 400-pound playground slide mounted to a child's bunk bed.

Henry Ford cardiologists find iPhone 12 magnet deactivates implantable cardiac devices

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Henry Ford Health System cardiologists say they discovered that the iPhone 12 has the ability to deactivate implantable cardiac devices when held too close to a person’s chest.

EP 401: THAT’S HOW THE LOW CARB COOKIE CRUMBLES

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Off The Cuff: Healthy Cooking with Craig Mitchell Craig celebrates the start of a new season by sharing a recipe for a Low Carb...

A 26-year-old Stanford grad student created a simple test to predict which pregnancies are...

Mira Moufarrej invented a blood test to predict preterm delivery up to two months before birth.

Ohio man tries to blame 14 cases of stolen beer on his wife

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Police: Man accused of stealing 14 cases of beer, attempts to return it stating wife bought wrong beer

Adopted twins find one another only seven blocks away

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Karen Warner had known Michael Jackman since they were in middle school and friended him on Facebook late last year, but they were acquaintances more than friends. That changed about three months ago when they realized they not only are brother and sister but fraternal twins.

She was the first Black person freed by Lincoln, long before his presidency. Her...

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The name of Nance Legins-Costley could resonate amid the likes of Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass and other abolitionist figures. But her story is hardly known.