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Pregnant Stingray Defies Nature in Rural North Carolina Aquarium

Charlotte, a rust-colored stingray the size of a serving platter, has spent much of her life gliding around the confines of a storefront aquarium in North Carolina’s Appalachian... Read more

Posted in Sex Life Animals Tech & Science by Paul van der Maas
From Six Legs to Four: Ariel the Resilient Spaniel's Journey to Normalcy

A spaniel born with six legs found abandoned in a supermarket parking lot has successfully undergone surgery to remove the extra limbs. Named Ariel, after "The Little Mermaid"... Read more

Posted in Entertainment Animals Tech & Science by Paul van der Maas

Harvard research concludes gun deaths and firearm ownership are related. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Health & Food Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas
Texting Scandal: Oklahoma Judge Resigns Amidst Mockery and Controversy During Murder Trial

An Oklahoma judge, Traci Soderstrom, has decided to resign after it was discovered that she sent over 500 texts during a murder trial, including messages that mocked prosecutors and... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law Entertainment Tech & Science Business & Politics by Quynh Nguyen
Epic Flight: The Pigeon Spy's Incredible Tale of Captivity and Liberation

Indian police have finally released a pigeon that was suspected to be a Chinese spy after it spent eight long months in detention at a veterinary hospital in Mumbai. The... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law Animals Tech & Science by Paul van der Maas

There were 13 gun massacres in the 18 years before Australia improved their gun control laws. There have not been any since, in over 14 years. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas
Unearthing Cold War Secrets: The Inert Rocket Found in a Garage

An inert rocket, similar to those used during the Cold War to carry nuclear warheads, was discovered in the garage of a deceased resident in Bellevue, Washington. The Bellevue... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science by Paul van der Maas
Tea Time Tumult: The American Scientist's Salted Brew that Stirred the British Isles

A US scientist has caused controversy in the UK by offering advice on how to make tea. Michelle Francl, a chemistry professor at Bryn Mawr College, suggests adding a pinch of salt... Read more

Posted in Tech & Science Business & Politics by Quynh Nguyen

After the worst mass shooting in Australia's history, new gun control laws dropped their firearm homicide rate by 42% over the next seven years. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

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