News From Above

honest taxi driver to the rescue

■    Brazilian taxi driver Adilson Luiz da Cruz often finds lost phones and forgotten umbrellas in his cab, but last week he hit the jackpot: 40 tickets to the World Cup. Despite his lifelong dream of going to the tournament, ...
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Man Wins $250,000 On A Scratch Ticket Live On TV… While Reenacting car win.

A year ago, 37-year-old Australian truck driver Bill Morgan was crushed in a car accident and came close to dying. When his luck finally changed after winning a car on a scratch-off lottery ticket, the local media wanted to air ...
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The Lamb With The Human Face

In the Russian village Chirka, the fuss is all about a lamb. It was born with what appears to be a ‘human face’. Neighbors refer to it as the “angry old man with a big nose”. The farm owner could ...
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Flint Drinking Water Crisis

The Flint Water Crisis

The Flint water crisis. A health catastrophe uncovered by a doctor at the Flint, MI Public Hospital. Dr. Mona as she is referred to is also a professor at Flint, MI state university's College of Medicine. Call it fate, but ...
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Birds Invade Home Through Chimney

Birds Invade Home Through Chimney

Birds Invade Home Through Chimney - A California woman has found herself trapped in a real-life version of The Birds, after about 300 black birds began flying into her home every single night. Shirley Brown said the birds fly down ...
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Chile’s Raging Wildfires

Conguillfo, Chile Wildfires are raging out of control in some of Chile’s oldest protected forests. Hundreds of acres of old growth have been destroyed in Conguillfo National Park, which is known for its centuries-old “monkey puzzle” trees. This is a ...
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Depression A Result of Success

Depression – A Result of Success?

Residents of rich countries are more likely to be affected by depression than those who live in poorer nations. That’s the startling conclusion World Health Organization researchers reached when they interviewed nearly 90,000 people in 18 countries about their mental ...
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Homeless teen is class valedictorian

■ Griffin Furlong has been fighting an uphill battle, but this week the 18-year-old graduated as ''class valedictorian" after his mother to leukemia when he was 6, Furlong spent two years in a homeless shelter with his father and brother ...
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The “Text Neck” Epidemic

As the world advances with more and more handheld devices, 'Text Neck' is becoming a world-wide health concern, affecting millions of all ages and from all walks of life. Widespread overuse of handheld mobile technology is resulting in a harmful and ...
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Canonical Marijuana

(1) The Albany, New York, company Vireo Health told reporters it would soon offer the world's first certified Kosher marijuana, announcing that the Orthodox Union of New York had authenticated it as having met Jewish dietary laws (e.g., grown with ...
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