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U.S. Man Admits He Made A Hoax Call To Blow Up Statue Of Liberty Last Year

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 07, 2016 01:33 PM EDT

West Virginian Jason Paul Smith, 42, Monday admitted in court that he had made a hoax call to blow up the Statue of Liberty last year.

After 145 Years, Three-year-Old Girl Buried Again

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 07, 2016 01:33 PM EDT

A golden-haired three-year-old was buried 145 years ago. Her corpse seemed to be so well-preserved that she was even seen holding a rose. She was laid to rest again recently.

Video: Third-Grader Banned From Wearing Trump Cap

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 06, 2016 08:05 PM EDT

Nine-year-old Autry Logan is a Trump lover, but wearing his hero's red baseball cap for three days in a row got his school---right upto the Principal---telling him to remove it.

Google's Self-Driving Cars Are Self-Honking

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 05, 2016 08:20 AM EDT

Google has trained its autonomous vehicles to honk on their own, with different honks for various situations, reveals the company's current self-driving car monthly report.

Early Morning Is the Best Time for Weight Loss Workout, Says Study

By Kanika Gupta - Jun 03, 2016 05:37 PM EDT

It may be hard to squeeze in daily workout into your busy schedule but staying healthy and in shape is also necessary these days. According to recent research, if one exercises first thing in the morning, it not only aides in weight loss but also boosts energy levels, thus increasing productivity throughout the day, preventing your body from gaining the weight.

Robots Have Sex and Create the First Ever ‘Robot Baby’

By Kanika Gupta - Jun 03, 2016 05:32 PM EDT

Now the robots are one step closer to being as humans as they can be. They can not only choose their mate but also have sex and create “Robot babies.” A team of scientists from Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam proved this successfully by creating the first robot parents who gave birth to a baby robot.

Elon Musk: We Are Probably Living In Someone's Video Game

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 03, 2016 09:50 AM EDT

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk believes that we are part of someone else's video game. He explained at Recode's Code Conference that there is a "one in billions" chance that we are living in reality.

Prince Died Of Fentanyl Opioid Overdose Confirms Official

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 03, 2016 09:54 AM EDT

A law enforcement official who wishes to remain anonymous strengthens what many believe---that Prince was killed by opioid overdose.

'Frozen 2' News & Update: Elsa To Get a Girlfriend in the Next Installment; Irks Religious Rights Activists and Conservatives

By Kanika Gupta - Jun 02, 2016 07:13 PM EDT

“Frozen” was a huge success and now that the next installment is in the offing, the fans can’t wait to learn more about it. However, “Frozen 2” might show the Snow Queen with a girlfriend, experimenting with her sexuality. Naturally, this has led to an uproar amongst Religious Rights Activists and Conservatives who want to stop homosexualization of kids.

Cops To Investigate Family Of 4-Year-Old Who Fell Into Gorilla's Enclosure

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 02, 2016 09:56 AM EDT

The family of the boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure is being mauled by the media and the Cincinnati police is probing its background.

UCLA 'Murder-suicide' Killed 2, Lockdown Lifted

By R. Siva Kumar - Jun 02, 2016 10:01 AM EDT

The police find that one of the gunmen involved in the UCLA campus shooting is among the two who died.

Pregnant Women Can Run and Exercise Regularly, Claim Experts

By Kanika Gupta - May 31, 2016 08:03 PM EDT

Exercising and running everyday can have wealth of positive effects on pregnant women. In fact, experts urge women to exercise more regularly, even during their pregnancy.

Revolutionary War Veterans' Graves In Michigan Vandalized On Memorial Day Weekend

By R. Siva Kumar - May 31, 2016 09:04 PM EDT

In a small graveyard in Michigan, many graves, including those with remains of veterans of the 1700 and 1800 wars, got vandalized during Memorial Day weekend.

Euro 2016 Soccer Championship In France May Face Terror Attacks: US Warning

By R. Siva Kumar - May 31, 2016 09:07 PM EDT

June Euro 2016 soccer championship in France may be the target of terror attacks. The U.S. State Department has thus issued a travel alert for people planning to visit France.

Did A Gorilla Have To Be Killed To Save A Four-Year-Old In A Zoo?

By R. Siva Kumar - May 31, 2016 01:17 PM EDT

The Cincinnati Zoo is firm that it was right to shoot and kill a gorilla to save a four-year-old boy who fell into its enclosure, but a witness affirms that the boy's entrance was not an accident.

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