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Zoo kills four lions to make space

Danish Zoo Kills 4 Healthy Lions

A zoo in Copenhagen has recently prompted international outrage from animal activists after it killed a healthy giraffe and dissected it in public. Another unlikely event has transpired which had the Danish zoo kill two lions and two cubs to make way for a new male, reported The Guardian. Read More »

German Heli-skier killed in B.C. avalanche

German skier dies in avalanche near Revelstoke

Caught in an avalanche north of Revelstoke, a German heli-skier has been killed. RCMP Staff Sgt. Kurt Grabinsky says the morning slide occurred in the backcountry and buried the heli-skier in as much as three metres of snow. Bystanders dug out the man who received medical treatment at the scene, but Grabinsky says he died from his injuries. Read More »

NASA Releases 360-Degree Portrait of Milky Way galaxy

NASA Publishes Unprecedented Milky Way Images

The Milky Way galaxy consists of a flat disc of hundreds of billions of stars. Seen from Earth with the naked eye, it appears as a dimly glowing, “milky” band arching across the night sky. NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope is not only able to distinguish individual stars – it’s able to give us an unobstructed, infrared view, and NASA has ... Read More »

World Trade Center BASE jump : Four men arrested (Video)

World Trade Center BASE jump

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has condemned the parachute jump off 1 World Trade Center last fall by three skydiving enthusiasts as a “lawless and selfish act that clearly endangered the public.” The agency said in a statement early Tuesday that one of the jumpers was a construction worker at the trade center site. Read More »

Internal Review Clears Christie In Bridge Scandal

Internal Review Clears Christie In Bridge Scandal

An internal review into the George Washington Bridge lane closures that will clear Gov. Chris Christie of any wrongdoing is expected to be released in the coming days, according to a published report. The New York Times is reporting the governor’s internal review of the so-called Bridgegate controversy by the law firm Gibson Dunn & Crutcher indicate there’s no evidence ... Read More »

5 Ex-Madoff Employees Convicted at trial

5 ex-Madoff employees found guilty of fraud

Five former workers of imprisoned financier Bernard Madoff were convicted Monday following a six-month trial in a Manhattan federal court. The past employees of Madoff’s Wall Street firm were accused of helping the former NASDAQ chairman hide a Ponzi scheme that cheated investors out of billions of dollars. Read More »

Man With 132 Pound Scrotum Dies (Video)

Man With 132 Pound Scrotum Dies

Wesley Warren, the man with a 132 pound scrotum, died on Friday 14 March, after suffering from a massive heart attack. He was known as the man with the 10-stone testicles. The 49-year-old from Las Vegas passed away at the University Medical Center after complaining about a series of diabetes related infections. Read More »