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Jamaica faces marijuana shortage as farmers struggle

Jamaica currently has a Marijuana shortage...

Former Mississippi State Representative Ashley Henley found shot to death: Ex-lawmaker who campaigned to...

A former Mississippi lawmaker was found shot dead outside the burned home where her sister-in-law was found dead after Christmas.

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.

Body language expert reveals ‘secret’ gesture that means someone is attracted to you: ‘Changed...

Dating coach Jacob Blucas shares his tip of how to tell through body language that someone likes you.

Florida building collapse: President of Paraguay’s sister-in-law, her husband, and their three kids are...

THE president of Paraguay's sister-in-law, her husband, and their three kids are among the dozens of people missing after a 12-story Miami condo collapsed.

Women more likely to experience serious side effects from COVID-19 vaccine, CDC study reveals

A new CDC study found women were more likely to have serious side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine. One UNC doctor says more women actually reporting symptoms and differing immune systems probably factor into the study results.

Defrocked Catholic priest dies aged 80 just days before police were set to arrest...

Investigators were preparing to seek an arrest warrant for a defrocked Roman Catholic priest long considered a suspect in the 1972 killing of a western Massachusetts altar boy shortly before his death last week, a prosecutor said Monday.

High school theater teacher, 38, pleads guilty to secretly recording students undressing with hidden...

A former Herndon High School teacher accused of taking inappropriate photos of dozens of students and possessing thousands of images of child pornography and other lewd material pleaded guilty to multiple charges in Fairfax County Circuit Court on Monday.

His Lights Stayed on During Texas’ Storm. Now He Owes $16,752.

As millions of Texans shivered in dark, cold homes over the past week while a winter storm devastated the state’s power grid and froze natural gas production, those who could still summon lights with the flick of a switch felt lucky. Now, many of them are paying a severe price for it.

Kenyan recycles plastic waste into bricks stronger than concrete

Tired of waiting for someone else to solve the problem, Nzambi Matee founded a factory to turn plastic waste into paving bricks.

Wife turns in woman accused of faking boy’s cancer to get donations, Oklahoma cops...

An Oklahoma woman lied about a boy’s cancer diagnosis in a ploy to solicit money from unsuspecting donors, police say.

Iraq estimates that $150 billion of its oil money has been stolen from the...

After the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, an estimated $150 billion in stolen funds has been smuggled out of the country through corrupt transactions, according to Iraqi President Barham Salih.

Fast food struggles to hire as demand soars, U.S. economy roars

The Labor Department said 916,000 jobs were created last month, the most since last August, including 53,000 manufacturing positions.

University of Kentucky mistakenly sends 500,000 acceptances

In a crazy circumstance of "technical glitch", the University of Kentucky accidentally sends 500,000 acceptance emails.

Former Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner says trans girls born as boys should NOT compete...

Caitlyn Jenner has a take on trans athletes you might not expect -- namely, if you're born as a biological boy, you shouldn't be allowed to compete in girls' sports ... at least while you're still in school, anyway.