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Pigeon breaks into NYC apartment, lays eggs on bed and now lives in window
This bird-brained roommate nearly got herself evicted.
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Orphaned polar bear cub cuddles ‘like a dog’ after rescue
A group of brave gold miners — with their own hearts of gold — have saved an abandoned polar bear cub in the Arctic. 
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Dubai-bred baby sharks released into Persian Gulf
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The baby sharks, bred at a gargantuan luxury resort on Dubai’s artificial palm-shaped island, had never before encountered the open sea. But on Thursday, the tiny carpet sharks were jolted out of their warm pools at the flashy Atlantis Hotel aquarium to travel farther than they ever have in their...
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As extreme weather increases, climate misinformation adapts
PROVIDENCE, RI — Climate scientists have warned for years that a warming planet would cause more extreme storms, like the one that walloped Texas in February, knocking out power and leaving millions in a deep freeze. Yet as the snow fell and the wind howled, some looked for other explanations for the storm and its resulting power outages. The conservative...
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Streak of home sales smashes records in NYC’s hottest ‘hoods
City real estate was not immune to an unprecedented year: From Astoria to Park Slope, they've all seen their sales records smashed.
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Millennials are moving back into awkward teen rooms in record numbers
Let the renovations commence: 26.6M adults are now residing with a parent — the highest number since the Great Depression.
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Top interior designer lists her NYC masterpiece home for $8.5M
Carolyn Pressly, known for creating sophisticated homes in the Hamptons and UES, is heading to Palm Beach.
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Man fills bowling ball with father’s ashes — then bowls perfect game
Big ups to this bowler in the sky: John Hinkle Jr. of Illinois bowled a perfect 300 using a bowl custom made with the ashes of his late father.
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Imperfect Foods wants to make your Earth Day perfect with promo code
Imperfect Foods is a grocery delivery service on a mission to make your food shopping perfect for you and your family, as well as for the environment, providing customers an easy way to shop sustainably.
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Woman accidentally broadcasts butt injection during Zoom court hearing
Accused car thief redefined "booty call" during her virtual court appearance in Miami.
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Snoop Dogg implies he smoked weed with Obama in new song
Who else but Snoop Dogg could get high with a Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America?
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Hebru Brantley talks to Jalen Rose about using his art to spread his messages, feelings
I first heard of artist Hebru Brantley, this week’s “Renaissance Man” guest through one of his sneaker collaborations. (If you haven’t seen his dope 2019 Adidas collab, check it out.) But his work is collected by boldface folks such as George Lucas, Lenny Kravitz and LeBron James. In 2012 at Art Basel, Jay-Z dropped a...
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You can get unlimited 5-cent Nathan’s Famous hot dogs at Coney Island
Hot diggity dog! Nickel dogs are coming to Coney.
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Inside the Cali mansion Jake Paul KO’d to be a Miami boxer
Looks like former MMA champion Ben Askren isn't the only thing Jake Paul is knocking out. 
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Why Swiss scientists are burying thousands of pairs of underwear
Scientists in Switzerland are hoping they can learn more about "soil health" from the buried briefs.
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Australian academics enlist amateur scientists to study microplastics
Equipped with just a pan and sieve, a group of amateur scientists comb the beach looking for tiny bits of plastic that are near invisible to the naked eye but belie their threat. “There’s evidence that we are breathing it, ingesting it in our foods. There’s lots of studies showing it’s in our water, it’s...
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China says 200 million citizens have been vaccinated
Around 200 million Chinese, or 14.29% of the population, have been vaccinated for COVID-19 so far, with an emphasis on front-line workers.
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This is Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s new $27.8M Beverly Hills mansion
Dwayne Johnson just shelled out $27.8 million for a jaw-dropping Beverly Park estate, formerly owned by comedian Paul Reiser. 
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Lyrid meteor shower peaks April 22: When, where, how to see it
The Lyrid meteor shower peaks on Thursday morning, in which an estimated 10-20 shooting stars can be seen per hour.
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How a top-selling bourbon maker plans to go green
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The process of making fine whiskey involves aging spirits to a golden brown, but a bourbon producing giant is going green along the way. Beam Suntory, producer of top-selling Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark, both crafted in Kentucky, said Wednesday it wants to cut its companywide greenhouse gas emissions and water usage...
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Man discovers mysterious 19th-century tunnel under his home
The past has come back haunt an Illinois man who found an old underground tunnel beneath his home. Gary Machens was in for a surprise when he found a mysterious 19th-century-era tunnel beneath his house. The discovery was recently profiled for a Fox 2 St. Louis news segment where Machens took the camera crew deep below his home....
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Archaeologists: Site of Harriet Tubman’s father’s home found
The homesite of Ben Ross was found on property acquired last year by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as an addition to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.
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Rap music and strong coffee make you a better driver, study finds
A strong cup of Joe is correlated with quality driving.
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YouTubers troll Airbnb by listing dollhouse, making $3K in bookings
They masterminded the stunt to see just how carefully does "Airbnb check their listings."
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Dozen states urge Biden to end gas-powered vehicle sales by 2035
WASHINGTON — The governors of a dozen US states including California, New York, Massachusetts and North Carolina called on President Biden on Wednesday to back ending sales of new gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035, a dramatic shift away from fossil fuels. Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan calls for $174 billion in spending and tax credits to boost electric vehicles (EVs) and charging networks but does not call for phasing out gasoline-powered passenger vehicles....
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UFO expert debunks Navy footage of mysterious pyramid-shaped objects
A renowned UFO investigator claims to have debunked the US Navy footage of pyramid-shaped objects flying off the coast of California -- saying it "in every way, matches a plane."
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New Zealand to consolidate health care into national service
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — New Zealand announced Wednesday it will consolidate its fragmented health care system into a national service similar to the one revered by many in Britain. New Zealand’s government-run system is currently divided into 20 district health boards, each with their own budget. Some describe the system as a “postcode lottery” of...
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EU reaches major climate deal ahead of Biden summit
BRUSSELS — The European Union reached a tentative climate deal that is intended to make the 27-nation bloc climate-neutral by 2050, with member states and parliament agreeing on new carbon emissions targets on the eve of a virtual summit hosted by U.S. President Joe Biden. “Our political commitment to becoming the first climate-neutral continent by...
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Biting worms invade coast to mate: ‘You may not want to go swimming’
The clamworm's "hooked" jaws are strong enough to break the skin during spawning season.
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Mount Everest’s first COVID case forces quarantine at base camp
The disease has reached its peak.
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