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Monthly Archive for April, 2012
A 10-year-old Colombia girl reportedly gave birth to a health 5-pound daughter by cesarean section, according to ABC News blog. A member of the Wayuu people, an indigenous tribe in northern Colombia, gave birth to the health baby, making her one of the youngest moms ever. As originally reported by Primer Impacto, the girl was brought to [...]
Joy Womack, a 17-year-old ballet dancer from Austin, is set to become the first American to graduate from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Russia. She will take her finals and graduate in May, according to the Daily Mail. Womack has been studying at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy, recognized as the best in the world, since [...]
While you’re filling out your tax forms here are some food for thought: a few odd taxes from state tax codes, unearthed by ABC News.
Self-explanatory description of hilariously awesome video: David Newell a/k/a Mr. McFeely, of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood fame, scares the bejesus out of kids with his purple panda pal.
A jealous Taiwanese husband led an assault on a Facebook user who had flirted with his wife online, beating him to death with baseball clubs, police said Monday, according to Agence France-Presse.
It’s Easter which means Peeps, those sugary marshmallow treats synonymous with the holiday, are everywhere, and I mean everywhere. Found in Easter baskets far and wide, next to the dyed eggs, they also turn up on top of cupcakes, on plates covered with chocolate bunnies, and become decorations on cakes. But for some, they have Read More
A Staten Island woman pushed her 8-year-old grandson out of the way before being struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver as the two walked home from church Thursday night, according to NBC New York.
Now that the pink slime controversy has come and gone, we’re now seeing some serious complaints in the U.S. poultry processing industry, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to eliminate 800 poultry inspector positions and allow poultry companies to speed up processing operations. A lot, according to The Daily.
A Maryland woman who claimed she was one of the winners of the $656 million Mega Millions lottery told NBC News on Thursday that she has lost the ticket.