Monday, August 15, 2022

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Businessman, 51, who legally smoked marijuana in Las Vegas before flying to Dubai is...

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A businessman who legally smoked marijuana at home in Las Vegas before flying to Dubai now finds himself facing three years in jail on a drugs charge.

Man allegedly hired 2 to kill rape victim, pair killed his sister and neighbor...

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2 women killed trying to protect rape victim in murder-for-hire plot.

Man accused of killing his father by stabbing him 10 times in Arizona

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A man has been arrested after allegedly stabbing and killing his father in Tempe Friday night.

A teenager, his mom, dad and uncle have all been charged with murder after...

Eddie Clark, 29, was shot and killed late Monday as he drove to his Houston-area home in northwest Harris County. He is believed to have been a complete stranger to his alleged killers.

Six arrested after changing Hollywood sign to “HOLLYBOOB”

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Six people were arrested Monday after scaling steep terrain around the iconic Hollywood sign and strategically changing it to convey what they said was a breast cancer awareness message, according to police.

A mister no more: Mr. Potato Head goes gender neutral

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Mr. Potato Head is no longer a mister. Hasbro, the company that makes the potato-shaped plastic toy, is giving the spud a gender neutral new name: Potato Head. The change will appear on boxes this year.

Chemicals in plastics damage babies’ brains and must be banned immediately, expert group says

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Phthalates, human-made chemicals in the plastics we use, are negatively impacting brain development in kids, according to a group of volunteer scientists, health professionals and child advocates.

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.

Vancouver police officers seen posing with dead man reassigned to desk jobs

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2 officers were caught on video laughing and snapping photos in front of a body lying on the Third Beach shore

Zoo Atlanta Celebrates the Hatching of an Endangered Vulture Chick After 8 Years of...

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"The birth of an endangered species is always an occasion for celebration, but this hatching represents a particular success for Zoo Atlanta," said a zoo official about the vulture chick

A plague of mice overruns an Australian prison, forcing them to evacuate

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Around 200 staff and 420 inmates will be transferred from the Wellington Correctional Center in rural New South Wales state to other prisons in the region during the next 10 days while cleaning and repairs take place, Corrective Services Commissioner Peter Severin said on Tuesday.

Bindi Irwin Reveals the Sweet Way Her Baby Girl’s Nickname Honors Late Father Steve...

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Bindi Irwin’s little warrior is here. Irwin, the 22-year-old daughter of “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, gave birth to her first child, daughter Grace Warrior Irwin Powell — and named the baby after her late father.

Man Leaves Human Feces, Hurls Antisemitic Remarks At A Rabbi Outside Florida Synagogue

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A man yelled antisemitic remarks at a rabbi in front of a South Florida synagogue. He returned and dumped a bag of human feces in front of the building, authorities said.

Man throws severed head at voting station in Mexico, authorities find hands

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uenes A man lobbed a severed human head at a voting station in the border city of Tijuana on Sunday and plastic bags filled with body parts were found nearby, local authorities said, as Mexicans voted across the country in midterm elections.

IN FLORIDA, COPS WHO KILL CIVILIANS CAN NOW REMAIN ANONYMOUS

On Tuesday, a Florida appellate court ruled that police officers who say they are attacked on the job can claim protections under Marsy’s Law and hide their identities, even if they injure or kill civilians. The ruling will make it difficult for the public—including victims of police abuse—to find out the names or career histories of cops who commit acts of violence on the job.