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October, 22, 2016

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Idaho man finds mammoth tusk while digging on his property
An Idaho man stumbled upon a rare find while using a backhoe to dig in a gravel pit on his property.
1823 schoolhouse moves back to its original spot atop hill
With dozens of oxen leading the way, a historic schoolhouse has been relocated to the original spot where a prominent African-American scholar and legislator was once its schoolmaster.
Uh-oh: Driver backs into $290,000 Ferrari while parking
One driver may be giving her insurance company an expensive bill after she accidently backed into a nearly $300,000 Ferrari while attempting to parallel park outside a Virginia coffeehouse.
A skydiving plane caught fire shortly after taking off from a small Colorado airport, and the 13 trained jumpers aboard parachuted to safety before it made an emergency landing, authorities said.
Shirtless Trudeau becomes summer internet hit
Sightings of a shirtless Justin Trudeau are causing something of a stir across Canada and internationally this summer.
Italian sailor uses mouth-to-mouth to revive kitten
The Italian coast guard has rescued and revived a drowning kitten at a Sicilian port, after children on shore drew attention to its plight.
Transit police in Philadelphia have helped a Colombian tourist and her children retrieve their lost passports by giving the thief a deal: no consequences for returning the bag.
A 'Scary Lucy' no more: Town reveals new Lucille Ball statue
A new statue of Lucille Ball was unveiled in the late actress' hometown on Saturday to replace one that was so hated it was dubbed "Scary Lucy."
Pyongyang Cafe, a Kim Jong Un ally on the Spanish coast
North Korea may be isolated in the international community but it now has a modest ally on the Spanish coast -- the Pyongyang Cafe, a small bar founded to support Kim Jong Un's strongman rule.
Off-the-grid village in Thailand using cow poop to power homes
Nestled in a deep pocket of forest that lies off Thailand's electrical grid, villagers in Pa Deng have become early adopters and evangelists for an unusual alternative energy source: poop.
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