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Barking Cop Makes Arrest

■ Police in New Haven, Conn., frightened a pair of suspected car thieves into surrendering by barking at them like dogs. The two masked men had holed up in an abandoned house, where police surrounded them and threatened to unleash ...
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DOES CIA REALLY COLLECT STOOL SAMPLES

DOES CIA REALLY COLLECT STOOL SAMPLES?

Kim Jong Un reportedly took his own personal toilet to Singapore when he traveled there for the summit.  He said that he wanted to make sure that the CIA didn’t get any stool samples to check on his current health ...
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Inmate Busted After Taking Pot Selfie

A Polish prisoner triggered a crackdown on other inmates after he posted a photo of a large cannabis plant that he'd grown in his cell. To boast about his green thumb, Dozy Zendarski took a selfie with the plant using ...
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Radiation from medical scans

Patients are getting larger and perhaps even dangerous doses of radiation from the growing number of advanced medical-imaging tests being ordered by doctors, a new study says. Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, analyzed data from millions of ...
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supermarkets and restaurants serving horse meat

Restaurants serving horse meat in European Union. Supermarkets too!!

Horsemeat is passing for ground beef in supermarkets all over Europe, said Hugh Camegy in the Financial Times. Claims have also been made that there are restaurants serving horse meat. It has been found in Findus’s frozen lasagna, Tesco’s frozen ...
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Big Tipper From Beyond

■    When Aaron Collins of Lexington, Ky., died suddenly last year at the age of 30, he left his family instructions in his will to leave an "awesome tip" for an unsuspecting server. "I mean $500 on a f—ing pizza ...
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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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Fugitive Captured Thanks to Doughnut Contest

A North Carolina man who had spent nine months on the run from police was caught when he won a police sponsored doughnut eating contest. Bradley Hardison, 24, gobbled down eight doughnuts in two minutes at an event in Elizabeth ...
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Failing School? Fake Your Own Kidnapping!

■    A Georgia college student faked his own kidnapping to avoid telling his parents he was flunking English. After receiving the F grade, Aftab Aslam, 19, texted his parents on behalf of a group of make-believe abductors, warning them not ...
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Smokers Feel More Pain

Smokers Feel More Pain Than Non-Smokers

Smokers or those who are exposed to secondhand smoke may require heavier doses of anesthesia and painkillers during surgery. A new study found that cigarettes—which are filled with more than 4,000 chemicals—can not only affect the metabolism of anesthetic drugs ...
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