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Boy Unknowingly Used Fake Money to Buy School Lunch

January 19, 2019 |

A school superintendent in Georgia said Friday a 12-year-old boy who tried to buy lunch with a counterfeit $ 20 bill appears to have been unaware the bill was fake and should not have been punished, the AP reports. The decision came after Christian Philon complained that administrators at Austin Road…
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Homes on Golf Courses Used to Be Hot. Not Anymore

January 12, 2019 |

For a while, it was all the rage to develop housing on or near a golf course. Today, however, interest in golf is on the wane. Put those two things together and you’ve got a giant headache for everyone involved—homeowners who once paid a premium are watching home values…
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Logan Paul Used As Ryan Garcia’s Human Punching Bag, ‘F*** Me Up!’

January 7, 2019 |

Here’s a sight that’ll make KSI VERY happy — Logan Paul took an absolute beating from a real deal boxing star on his podcast … and the video looks painful as hell!! 20-year-old Ryan Garcia — a 17-0 rising boxing star…

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Woman Used iPhone to Save Herself While Car Was Sinking

January 4, 2019 |

Early on New Year’s Day, Amanda Antonio found herself in a desperate situation after careening off Interstate 4 in Tampa, Fla., when she was cut off by another vehicle. The 20-year-old was trapped in her upside-down car as it sunk into cold, muddy water. “I panicked for a second and…
Newser

Demand for the iPhone Isn’t What it Used to Be

January 3, 2019 |

Apple acknowledged that demand for iPhones is waning, the AP reports, confirming investor fears that the company’s most profitable product has lost some of its luster. The reckoning came in a letter from Apple CEO Tim Cook to the company’s shareholders released after the stock market closed Wednesday. Cook said…
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Major U.K. Airport Still Shut After Drones Are Used to Disrupt Travel

December 24, 2018 |

Authorities took the dramatic step of grounding flights all day at one of Europe’s busiest airports, upending plans for more than 100,000 passengers, after what they said was a deliberate attempt to use drones to disrupt travel.
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Bush Had a Secret Project for 10 Years. He Used a Fake Name

December 19, 2018 |

Compassion International allows people to sponsor kids living in poverty around the globe—and for 10 years, George HW Bush quietly sponsored a Filipino child through the organization. Bush, using a pseudonym, was connected with Timothy, then 7, in 2002. “I am an old man, 77 years old, but I…
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Backhoe Used in Search for Missing Colo. Woman

December 17, 2018 |

A Colorado woman is still missing after an intensive search of her fiance’s property that involved 75 officers from different law enforcement agencies, authorities say. Kelsey Berreth, a 29-year-old flight instructor from Woodland Park, has not been seen since Thanksgiving and authorities have described her disappearance as suspicious, NBC reports….
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Roommate Ate Her $2 Yogurt. She Used DNA to Find Culprit

December 7, 2018 |

You’ll likely look more kindly upon even the most passive-aggressive roommate after reading this story out of Taiwan. A female student at Taipei’s Chinese Culture University didn’t resort to an angry fridge note after discovering one of her yogurt-drink containers empty in the trash of the home she shares with…
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CNN Pundit Used Phrase ‘River to the Sea.’ Now He’s Canned

November 30, 2018 |

A pundit who appears regularly on CNN made remarks at the United Nations Wednesday that apparently caused him to lose his gig at the network. “Marc Lamont Hill is no longer under contract with CNN,” was the curt notice from a CNN rep to Mediaite , which first reported the news….
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