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KFC launches edible cups
KFC have launched Britain’s first ever edible coffee cups, made from heat-resistant chocolate.
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Bus aide charged with stealing lunch money from preschoolers
A school bus aide is accused of taking lunch money from preschoolers in New Jersey.
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$270 chocolate should be eaten with tongs
The most expensive pure chocolate bar in the world is on sale for $270 a bar.
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'Star Wars' fan spends $1,200 on tattoos
A 'Star Wars' super fan has spent $1,200 on tattoos of characters from the film, to add to his $160,000 worth of memorabilia.
Google's deep sea cables have been under attack by great white sharks, which have been nibbling on the fragile fiber optic cables. (Alban,
Man takes selfie with feeding sharks
A thrill-seeking diver snapped selfies as he dived alongside a group of blacktip sharks in a feeding frenzy.
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Hibernating pet tarantulas stolen from crawlspace of house
A metro Atlanta man told police a spider thief snuck into a crawlspace under his home and stole five of his 18 pet tarantulas.
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Mechanic fixes car with potato
A roadside mechanic managed to fix a broken ignition system with a potato.
Gerber is recalling about 119,000 Bear Grylls Parang machetes because a weakness in the area where the handle meets the blade can cause the handle or the blade to break during use, posing a laceration hazard. (CPSC)
Police seek man with machete, find teen filming college project
Armed police launched a mission with police dogs and a helicopter to capture a man thought to be brandishing a machete in a park.
Dinosaur skeletal remains found in Argentina (file, Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Woman battles dinosaur phobia
A woman in England lives in fear of coming face-to-face with a velociraptor ever since she saw "Jurassic Park" as a child
Police to arrest cartoon character?
Officers in Kentucky posted a message on Facebook saying they had issued an arrest warrant for Queen Elsa from "Frozen."
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Serb fishes with stove
A fisherman in Serbia found an ingenious way to tackle the cold by strapping a metal heater to his back during fishing trips.
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Dad finds lion trying to get into his house
Miguel Martinez was shocked when he got home from work and found a 7-month-old lion cub in his front garden.
Commuters wait for their train in the Union Square subway station in New York City. (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
Couple caught having sex while baby strapped to woman
Passengers were outraged as it appeared a couple were having sex on a subway escalator while the woman had a baby strapped to her chest.
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Dogs can tell when humans are happy, angry
A study shows that dogs can tell the difference between human emotions.
This undated NASA illustration shows an artist's concept of the Mars Odyssey satellite. (NASA/Newsmakers, Getty Images)
Mars One applicants whittled down
Applicants to be the first humans ever to land on Mars have been whittled down to 660 of the 200,000 hopefuls.
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Woman makes vagina yogurt

A University of Wisconsin PhD student has made yogurt from her own vagina and eaten it as part of a bizarre experiment.

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Man's Grammy Museum stunt goes unnoticed for month
A humorous man named Paz Dylan managed to sneak photographs of himself onto the wall in the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and the images went unnoticed for a month.
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Chinese firm gives pigs as New Year bonus
Animal rights activists have slammed company bosses at a Chinese company who awarded workers live pigs as end of year bonuses.
GFS Brand Fancy Mexican Style Chili Beans in 6 lb. 12 oz cans are being recalled because a small number of cans may not have been adequately cooked. (CPSC)
Girl accidently uploads recipe instead of resume
Heather McNab was left red-faced after she accidentally attached a recipe for chilli beef to a job application instead of her resume.
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Nick Broomfield: Adolf Hitler would be proud of 'American Sniper'
Controversial documentary-maker Nick Broomfield has launched a furious attack on the movie "American Sniper," likening it to Nazi propaganda.
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Study: Women should shave to reduce signs of aging
Skin experts are suggesting that a daily facial shave is the secret to ...
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Drunk gorilla bum rushes photographer
Photographer Christophe Courteau, 46, was taking snaps in the forest in Rwanda when a gorilla unexpectedly stormed towards him.
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Water manager faces discipline for urinating in reservoir
A water manager is facing discipline after he was caught urinating in an empty reservoir that supplies drinking water for the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Rare shark washes up on beach
Fishermen in the Philippines were shocked to discover a rare sea monster washed up dead on the beach.
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Officials: Owl still attacking people
Authorities in Salem, Oregon, have been forced to erect signs warning the public of an aggressive owl which is on the loose in a park.
Wholesalers check the quality of frozen tuna at Tsukiji Fish Market on July 17, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. (Koichi Kamoshida, Getty Images)
Parasite found in can of tuna
A woman in the United Kingdom discovered a parasite thought to be a tongue-eater in her can of tuna.
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Croatian court bans dog from barking at night
Medo is in trouble for doing what all dogs do: barking.
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Romania's foreign ministry summons diplomat after rude notes
The Romanian foreign ministry has summoned a diplomat to Bucharest after its embassy in Paris sent out invitations to a reception containing rude remarks about the guests.
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Ghost reported at prime minister's office
A member of staff at the Prime Minister David Cameron's official London residence at 10 Downing Street claims to have felt a ghostly presence in the building.
A Comcast truck is seen parked at one of their centers on February 13, 2014 in Pompano Beach, Florida.  Today, Comcast announced a $45-billion offer for Time Warner Cable.  (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)
Couple finds name on cable bill as 'A**hole Brown'
A couple discovered a cable company had christened them "A**hole Brown" after they cancelled their contract with the company.
Man tries to change name to 'Superhero'
A toy shop owner in Denmark has been rejected in his attempts to change his name to "Superhero."
Man asks exes to review him for Tinder profile
A 26-year-old man from Seattle has come up with a unique way of attracting women on dating app Tinder.
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Pregnant woman wakes to rail worker masturbating on her
A pregnant woman dozed off on a train and awoke to find a rail worker pleasuring himself on her.
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Million-dollar chess tournament coming to Vegas
Las Vegas has been home to many big-money tournaments, but one coming to the Strip next month is the first of its kind.
Celebrity Birthdays
Folk singer Woody Guthrie, B.1912
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Canadian tourist gets more than he bargained for with selfie
A Canadian tourist thought it would be a good idea to get a selfie near some rail tracks near the Inca trail in Peru. But that decision left him scratching his head after the train's conductor went by.
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China Daily: ‘Quality of arable land is worrying’
Pollutants in more than 16 percent of Chinese soil exceed national standards, an official report shows. For arable farmland, the percentage increases to almost 20 percent, which officials have called extremely worrying.
The decor village of Mos Espa is one of Tunisia’s highest cultural heritage sites, and is of high importance to the local economy and global culture
Tunisia trying to save Star Wars Tattoine set from sand erosion
Tunisian officials are reaching out to Star Wars fans to help them save the set of Tatooine from sinking into the desert.
What was Vegas like during WWII? Former Nev. Senator Richard Bryan talks about his experience growing up in the city 
Richard Bryan has a lengthy resume when it comes to serving this city and state as a former Governor, U.S Senator, and Attorney General. This week he shares with News 3 and friend, Sherry Beatty, a personal look at growing-up as a child in Las Vegas during the 1940s.
What's the best frozen pizza? Consumer Reports has the answer 
Americans spent more than $3 billion last year on frozen pizzas, but how tasty are the offerings in our store freezers?
Florida sewer workers rake through sewage to find missing wedding ring 
When Tequesta's Shannon Harrigan gives her young son a bath, it can be an adventure. But this week, bath time turned into a nightmare when her ring slipped off her finger and into the drain.
Video showing Hawthorne, Calif. police kill dog and handcuff man goes viral, sparking anger online
A Youtube video gone viral shows police in Hawthorne, California shooting and killing a man's dog after handcuffing the man, who appears to have been filming a police raid using a cell phone.
Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
Coconuts are migrational – sort of. They don’t exactly travel back and forth between different climates season by season, but they are quite capable of getting around.
On this day in history, April 8
The first video-recorded college basketball game occurred in Pennsylvania, Babe Ruth's all-time home run record was broken in Atlanta, and the first African-American manager in Major League Baseball managed his first game.
Ken Bundy from Bridgeport Ct. who served in Vietnam for 2 years touchs the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
On this day in history, March 26
A famous (and sometimes controversial) religious text was first published, a groundbreaking ceremony occurred in Washington D.C. on a new war memorial, and nearly 40 people killed themselves in one of the biggest mass suicides in history.
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Celebrities born on this day, March 26
An actor who found worldwide fame in one of the most acclaimed films ever made, one of the most renowned female soul singers in the world, and the actress to whom the line, "nobody puts baby in a corner' was spoken about.

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