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About a month after a meteor hit the Russian city of Chelyabinsk, a U.S. House panel led by Texas’ Rep. Lamar Smith, put scientists on the hot seat, asking if the United States is prepared for such an event.
NASA administrator Charles Bolden was widely reported to have told them that if an asteroid is headed to Earth, his advice is to “pray.” He did say that, but as is often the case, it’s not the whole story.
According to a postdoctoral fellow in geography, men in the tiny African village of Tiringoula have reported having their penises stolen.
Some police officers in Kalamazoo, Mich., after stopping a man who said he had hit a deer and put it in his trunk, got a big surprise when they took a closer look.
An exotic dancer takes a nasty spill while performing on a pole onstage. The pole snaps and she falls to the floor. But she wasn’t seriously hurt.
Twitter’s video-sharing app Vine, which has been plagued with porn since it launched recently, is now blocking many searches for pornographic terms, reports The Verve.
Driver Warren Thomas Michael III pulled over after swerving and weaving on and off a road in Jacksonville, Fla., Saturday night and told a Clay County sheriff’s deputy that the squirrel did it, wptv.com is reporting: Michael opened his window to greet officers, he wasn’t holding his driver’s license and registration — he was holding [...]
Just a few years ago, Amanda Palmer might have taken issue with anyone labeling her sound — gasp! — pop.
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In May 2011, a small Australian press released an erotic e-book, with an agreement to print paperbacks on demand. The title: “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
A Rock Hill woman who heard weird noises in her attic discovered an old boyfriend living in there. And he had just been released from jail.