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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Surrounded by hundreds of dogs, wagging their tails and running free on fenced-off land in a Serbian town, Sasa Pesic knows each of the pooches by name.
NYC's Easter Parade gives creative types a chance to put on thinking caps
The bonnets were out on Fifth Avenue for the annual Easter Parade -- outlandish 21st century headpieces that were hardly bonnets, featuring everything from bunnies and butterflies to grassy, egg-dotted lawns and even a tall ship on the high seas.
One in 10 samples of breast milk sold on the Internet in the United States was found to be contaminated with cow's milk or formula, U.S. researchers said Monday.
Monday, April 6, 2015
The world's biggest particle collider was back in operation Sunday after a two-year upgrade, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) said.
Frustrated with dog owners who refuse to clean up after their pets, an increasing number of apartments in Seattle, Washington are opting to use DNA testing to identify the culprits.
Massachusetts police arrested a man and a woman early Saturday morning after they were found asleep in a stolen vehicle which was taken from West Roxbury last week with a dog inside of it.
A massive statue of a "Transformers" style robot has gone on display in Ankara not, as some of residents suspected, as an elaborate April Fools' joke but erected by the city's mayor.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Brief eclipse seen over Pacific Rim
Sky-gazers in parts of the Pacific Rim observed an "unusually brief" total eclipse of the Moon on Saturday night, with the rare red-tinged satellite glimpsed from Japan's far north to the Hollywood Hills.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Baby born without nose is 'perfect': mom
Moments after little Eli Thompson was born, his mother knew immediately that something wasn't right. "I pulled back and said, 'Something's wrong!,'" Brandi McGlathery told Al.com. "And the doctor said, 'No, he's perfectly fine.' Then I shouted, 'He doesn't have a nose!'"
When Usha Mantri brushed off frowning traditionalists and moved into a retirement village, she became a pioneer for a generation of Indians who are increasingly breaking the custom of multigenerational households.
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