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Donald Trump Blocks Listing Bumblebee as Endangered

Donald Trump Blocks Listing Bumblebee as Endangered

An executive order from the Trump administration has frozen the process that, for the first time, would have given a bee species federal protection. Last month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) declared that it was placing the rusty patched bumblebee on the U.S. endangered species list. The listing would have taken effect today, making this nearly extinct bumblebee ... Read More »

Audi Q8: Production version coming in 2018 (Watch)

Audi Q8: Production version coming in 2018 (Video)

The Q8 will be Audi’s answer to Mercedes-Benz’s GLE Coupe and BMW’s X6; both niche hits. The Q8 concept marks a slight change in styling at Audi. The signature singleframe grille is considerably wider than on other Q models, but it also has more shape to it and more vertical elements as opposed to horizontal slats. As for the rest ... Read More »

Fire In Burlington: Puppy rescued from burning motor home

Fire In Burlington: Puppy rescued from burning motor home

Burlington, Vt. – The Burlington Fire Department rescued a puppy from an RV fire on Thursday. At 3:53 p.m. Thursday, Burlington Fire Dispatch requested Engine 2 and Engine 1 to respond to a possible RV fire in the city’s Old North End. The fire department said Engine 2 arrived two minutes later to find the RV parked with visible fire ... Read More »

Debra Messing Says Director Alfonso Arau Stopped Filming Because Her Nose Was ‘Ruining’ the Movie

Debra Messing Says Director Alfonso Arau Stopped Filming Because Her Nose Was 'Ruining' the Movie

Debra Messing accused director Alfonso Arau of demeaning her on the set of their 1995 film A Walk in the Clouds. Speaking at the Makers Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, on Monday, Messing recalled that her initial excitement about shooting her first Hollywood movie — opposite rising star Keanu Reeves — was marred by several humiliating incidents. On the ... Read More »

Model Courtney Stodden splits from Doug Hutchison for second time

Model Courtney Stodden splits from Doug Hutchison for second time

Actor Doug Hutchison and model Courtney Stodden have split for a second time. The former teen bride confirmed reports on Friday that the couple has split. “Unfortunately they’re true,” she replied when asked about the reports that she and Doug split. “It’s hard right now but we’re trying to individually find our happiness. It’s just really sad right now.” On ... Read More »

Jimmy Spagnolo: Boy Celebration Dance at the End of His Chemo Treatments Will Warm Your Heart (Watch)

Jimmy Spagnolo: Boy Celebration Dance at the End of His Chemo Treatments Will Warm Your Heart (Video)

Jimmy Spagnolo, Little Boy, 6, Does The Most Adorable Dance To Celebrate End Of Chemo. Jimmy Spagnolo has lifted hearts around the world after ringing the bell at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh to celebrate the end of his chemo treatments. Dressed in his favorite Superman t-shirt, the 6-year-old literally jumped for joy and broke out in a happy dance as ... Read More »

Parkinson’s Disease: Blood Test Facilitates Parkinson Diagnosis, Says New Study

Parkinson's Disease: Blood Test Facilitates Parkinson Diagnosis, Says New Study

The Latest study shows that blood test makes Parkinson’s disease diagnosis easier circulated on the Journal of the American Academy of Neurology on Feb 28. Through blood tests, it is easier to tell apart Parkinson’s disease from similar disorders. In early stages of disease, it can be difficult to differentiate between Parkinson’s disease and atypical parkinsonism disorders (APDs) like multiple ... Read More »

Whales beached on New Zealand coast, bringing total to 650

Whales beached on New Zealand coast, bringing total to 650

Over 650 pilot whales have beached themselves on a New Zealand shore in what is considered the largest mass stranding in decades.. According to the island nation’s Department of Conservation, 650 pilot whales swam aground on Friday, Feb. 10 on Farewell Spit at the tip of South Island. About 250 to 300 of the whales were already dead when the ... Read More »