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Thursday, October 15, 2015
Chimp adopts orphan in 'unheard of' act
An Australian zoo Wednesday unveiled a baby chimp adopted by a pregnant female in an "unheard of" act after his mother died during birth.
Couples get silent treatment in London's new dating game
Candles and languid electro-jazz set the scene for a romantic rendezvous at a north London bar, but the couple sitting face-to-face can use only their eyes to beguile.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Nobel Prize economist worried call was prank
The British-born winner of the Nobel Economics Prize joked Monday that he worried the telephone call from Sweden alerting him of the award might have been a prank.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Cow dung and old tires inspire the artists of South Africa's townships
On land that is both a marshy field and a rubbish dump in the township of Soweto, artist Mzi Gojo is looking for a special material to use in his latest work -- cow dung.
More women taking up hunting as the sport becomes more socially accepted
More U.S. women are taking up the largely male-dominated sport of hunting to stock their freezers with local foods and as cultural influences, including movie heroines and marketers, make it more socially acceptable.
City marks 40th anniversary of Kiss visit
In October 1975, Kiss visited a small northern Michigan community where the high school football team had credited the rock band's music for its success on the field the previous year.
Monday, October 12, 2015
A 12-year-old jaguar brought to New Delhi zoo on a "breeding loan" is being sent back after he was found too fat to mate, officials said Saturday.
Sunday, October 11, 2015
Lennon fans mark 75th birthday with sing-in
John Lennon fans on Friday marked what would have been the slain Beatle's 75th birthday with a sing-in of his greatest tunes in New York's Central Park.
For economists, who often disagree with one another and get their forecasts wrong, the idea of a Nobel Prize for economics remains controversial after 75 years.
More than 5,200 students from China attend the University of Illinois, and local businesses are taking notice.
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