A Los Angeles man is behind bars, following the discovery of three very live and venomous two-foot-long king cobra snakes hidden inside potato chip cans in a package addressed to him.
On Tuesday, the US Air Force finally acknowledged responsibility for contaminating the water at a east Colorado Springs air base and its surrounding areas.
A case destined for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" has concluded with a former New York Police Department sergeant being handed a guilty verdict for tossing his semen onto a co-worker's leg.
The North Korean embassy in Beijing was raided by officials from Pyongyang after a diplomat was caught watching a South Korean television drama. Now embassy officials are being stringently investigated for potential faults in ideology or South Korean sympathies.
Since the landmark health care law was passed in 2009, GOP leadership has voted to repeal the law several dozen times. But even with a majority in both chambers of Congress, Republicans have yet to make good on their promise to eliminate Obamacare.
Photos posted online by a former McDonald’s employee have cast the fast food chain in a whole new light. Be prepared, Big Mac fans.
The 21st century is the age of digital manipulation – popular apps allow users to distort audio, video and photographs alike. Such resources are mostly harmless fun – affixing cat ears to a picture of oneself or a friend or family member, or adding a fetching filter to a snap to give it an aesthetic boost, for example.
NASA’s Cassini probe to Saturn has revealed that the magnetic field of the ringed planet has almost no “tilt” to it, which contradicts previous scientific wisdom about the nature our Milky Way neighbor.
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