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  • California Oct 16, 2019

    Some Tips to Make Halloween Decor Less Scary for Wildlife

    Fake cobwebs and some other spooky, outdoor Halloween decorations meant as harmless fun can do real damage to wildlife. Halloween spending has skyrocketed in recent years, and the National Retail Federation says Americans are expected to spend $2.7 billion on Halloween decorations this year. Wildlife organizations say they also have seen an increase in animal visits to local rehabilitation centers...

  • NEW YORK Oct 2, 2019

    New Deli Opens in NYC But Nothing Is Edible

    New York is famous for its delicatessens so it’s no surprise people are abuzz about the latest deli to open at the iconic Rockefeller Center. Though at this deli, you won’t find a hot cup of coffee, a bagel with lox, or any black and white cookies. But the offerings are equally delightful. British artist Lucy Sparrow’s “Delicatessen on 6th”...

  • Associated Press Mar 21, 2019

    After Cyclone's Deadly Blow, Africa Now Has an Inland Ocean

    A week after Cyclone Idai hit coastal Mozambique and swept across the country to Zimbabwe, the death, damage and flooding continues in southern Africa, making it one of the most destructive natural disasters in the region’s recent history. Floodwaters are rushing across the plains of central Mozambique, submerging homes, villages and entire towns. The flooding has created a muddy inland...

  • California Nov 1, 2018

    Gag! Rotting Fish, Maggots on Menu at Sweden's New Disgusting Food Museum

    Sheep eyeball juice. Bull testicles. Maggot-infested cheese. American root beer. These are among the items considered palatable or even regarded as delicacies in some cultures that the Disgusting Food Museum in Malmo, Sweden is serving up. The temporary museum, which opened Wednesday, clearly braced for revolted visitors to gag at the foods on display, most of which can be smelled...

  • teacher Apr 24, 2017

    Sister of Teacher Accused in Kidnap: ‘He's Still My Brother and I Love Him'

    The former Tennessee teacher accused of kidnapping a teenage student last month must face up to his “horrible” actions, his sister told NBC News — but she still loves him. Daphne Quinn spoke to Tad Cummins over the weekend and wants everyone to know her brother is not a monster, she said in an exclusive interview to be aired Monday...

  • teacher Apr 22, 2017

    Kidnapped 15-Year-Old Girl Back Home in Tennessee: Lawyer

    After the caretaker of a remote northern California property became suspicious of two people he initially thought were in distress, his tip led police to a teacher accused of kidnapping his 15-year-old student and taking her on a 2,500-mile cross-country journey. Griffin Barry said the pair told him their names were John and Joanna and they needed money for food,...

  • teacher Apr 21, 2017

    Tennessee Girl Safe, Teacher Arrested at California Commune After Vanishing in March

    A 15-year-old Tennessee girl who disappeared with her teacher more than a month ago was found safe at a commune in California and the teacher was arrested, authorities said Thursday. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said 50-year-old Tad Cummins surrendered without incident in Cecilville, which is in northern California. Authorities said they found Cummins’ Nissan Rogue and later located the...

  • teacher Mar 31, 2017

    Missing Teen Spotted With Teacher in Oklahoma: Authorities

    There’s been a confirmed sighting in Oklahoma of a 15-year-old girl who disappeared more than two weeks ago with her 50-year-old teacher, Tennessee authorities said Friday. Surveillance images from a Walmart in Oklahoma City show teacher Tad Cummins and Elizabeth Thomas purchasing food items in the store with cash, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said. The statement said the images...

  • Russia Jan 4, 2016

    Japan's Abe Seeks to Burnish Legacy Ahead of Election

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, stymied by a still sputtering economy, is seeking to burnish his legacy and shore up support ahead of an election in the summer....
    “Challenges, challenges and still more challenges,” Abe said in summing up the coming year in a nationally televised news conference Monday. Abe said he expects to make progress on sweeping reforms he has...

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