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Wednesday, November 4, 2015
A British tree thought to be up to 5,000 years old has started to change sex, a "rare and unusual" phenomenon not fully understood by scientists, a botanist said Monday.
Sunday, November 1, 2015
Family crafts unique costumes for child faced with disability
A Star Wars-loving Utah family devised an elaborate and awe-inspiring solution to the challenge of finding a Halloween costume for their 5-year-old son with cerebral palsy.
The White House on Friday welcomed flocks of costumed children to its annual Halloween event where U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, gave out candy and fruit bars.
Obamas welcome trick-or-treaters at White House Halloween event
Handsome gauchos keeping Brazil's cowboy traditions alive
Wearing traditional broad-brimmed hats and red neckerchiefs, their trousers tucked into soft, leather boots, the South American gauchos trot on handsome horses down the street of the small southern community.
Saturday, October 31, 2015
Dogs with busy social lives dress up for more than Halloween
Wally the Welsh corgi used to get dressed up to go trick-or-treating for Halloween, often as a banana, once as a dinosaur.
A massive U.S. surveillance blimp broke loose from its mooring Wednesday, sparking power outages as it drifted around Pennsylvania dragging a 2,000 or so meter-long cable before eventually easing down to Earth, officials said.
Flash mob in Italian jail pays tribute to Pope Francis
Inmates at Italy's largest women's prison gathered in the jail yard Thursday to shake their hips in a flash mob dance -- in honor of Pope Francis.
On Monday, while the U.S. public was captivated by footage of a teenager being flipped over her desk and dragged across the classroom, another video was going viral too.
US National Guard airlifts dino fossils out of the wild
A U.S. National Guard Blackhawk helicopter plucked the skull of a baby Pentaceratops-- encased in plaster -- from the wilderness and airlifted it to a waiting cargo truck on Thursday morning. The team also airlifted the skull of an adult Pentaceratops that was found about 16 kilometers (10 miles) away.
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Bolivia's health ministry announced a novel idea Tuesday to cheer up carnivores worried by a U.N. agency's warning that red meat "probably" causes cancer: switch to llamas.
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