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City mistakenly honors man suspected of killing officer
The mayor of Cincinnati has tearfully apologized to city police after his office unwittingly approved a proclamation honoring a man suspected of killing an officer in an ambush.
 
India's pampered pets are lapping up fancy new treatments
Acupuncture, blood filtration, kidney cleanses. No treatment is too much for the furry friends of Delhi's well-heeled residents, who splash out at five-star veterinary clinics to keep their pets healthy.
 
Chanel has made a US$1,500 boomerang and everyone hates it
An insult to price tags and to Australian Aborigines.
 
Bawling babies face off in 'crying sumo' event
More than 100 Japanese babies faced off Sunday in a traditional "crying sumo" ring, an annual ceremony believed to bring infants good health.
 
Flame it on the sunshine: Solar chicken a hot hit
Not many chefs don a welding mask before they enter the kitchen, but Sila Sutharat prefers to cook his chicken sunny side up.
 
The best words: New book turns Trumpisms into poetry
"I know words ... I have the best words," Donald Trump said one day in his superlative way.
 
Thoroughbred horses lose out in 'Ben Hur' duel against Ferrari
Two thoroughbreds pulling a Roman style chariot just lost out to a top racing driver in an unusual duel Thursday on the same piste used for the chariot race in the "Ben Hur" remake.
 
An American teenager has broken the world record for the most retweets, in a crusade to win a year's supply of his favorite food: chicken nuggets.
 
Airport security nightmare
Tattoo artist Carlos Arce participates in the 6th Edition of the Paradise Tattoo Convention in San Antonio de Belen, 20 kilometers west of San Jose, Costa Rica, Friday, May 5.
 
Fearing unexpected hangovers, Canada recalls 77%-alcohol gin
Canadian authorities on Wednesday recalled gin distributed by Bermuda-based Bacardi, after inspectors found the alcohol content was nearly twice the level advertised on the bottle.
 
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