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This Puppy Was Frozen For 12,400 Years, and it’s Body is Nearly Intact

  Sunday April 10, 2016 – As a warming climate melts some of the permafrost that covers much of Siberia, ancient treasures are emerging. Five years ago, hunters were searching there for some woolly mammoth tusks, which can sell for big money. What they happened upon, though, was priceless: The tiny snout of a puppy that had been frozen in ice since ...

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Three Rescued After Spelling ‘HELP’ on Deserted Island Beach

  Saturday April 09, 2016 – Three mariners were rescued from an uninhabited Pacific island after a U.S Navy aircraft spotted the word “help” spelled using palm fronds on a sandy beach. What was supposed to be a short trip between two Micronesian islands quickly turned into a “Gilligan’s Island”-style ordeal — but their “3-hour tour” turned into 3 days. Lost in ...

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9 Year Old Reporter Fires Back at Her Critics

Thursday April 07, 2016 – A 9-year-old reporter named Hilde Kate Lysiak who wrote about a suspected murder in her small Pennsylvania town is defending herself after some locals lashed out about a young girl covering violent crimes. Lysiak got a tip Saturday afternoon about something untoward happening on 9th street in Selinsgrove, about 150 miles northwest of Philadelphia. She went to the scene ...

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Sweden May Expel up to 80,000 Migrants

  Friday January 29, 2016 – Sweden, which has been one of Europe’s most welcoming nations for migrants in 2015, said Thursday it may expel up to 80,000 asylum seekers in coming years. Interior Minister Anders Ygeman told Swedish newspaper Dagens Industri that any deportations would only apply to applicants who had their requests for asylum rejected, and not to refugees entering Sweden who meet the test for protection ...

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Officials Search For Missing People After Deadly Storms Ravage South

  Thursday December 24, 2015 – Officials in tornado-ravaged areas were searching for missing people Thursday after a spring-like storm system swept across the southeast, killing at least seven people — including a 7-year-old boy. The storms — which the National Weather Service called a “particularly dangerous situation” for an area that spanned eastern Arkansas, northwest Mississippi, northeast Louisiana and western ...

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United Nations Security Council Approves Syrian Peace Plan

  Saturday December 19, 2015 – The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a resolution Friday endorsing a Syrian peace process that includes a cease-fire and peace talks, but does not address the fate of Syrian President Bashar Assad. “This council is sending a clear message to all concerned that the time is now to stop the killing in Syria and ...

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More Govt Waste – $43 Million Gas Station?

  Monday November 02, 2015 – It’s the world’s most expensive gas station — not to mention a gross misuse of taxpayer money, according to a top government watchdog. The Department of Defense spent $43 million to build a gas station in Afghanistan that should have cost roughly $500,000, the lead oversight team monitoring U.S. spending in Afghanistan has found. The ...

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