A Violin belonging to Titanic musician Wallace Hartley, which was recovered with his body after the ship sank, sells for £900,000 in auction
Caimans, [alligators], have invaded ponds in the Olympic golf course in Rio de Janeiro. They breed and thrive in the sewage-rich lagoons nearby. [Could Alligator-wrestling be the next Olympic demonstration Sport?]
Oxford geneticist claims he has solid evidence that the Yeti, or Abominable Snowman does exist after matching DNA in hair samples collected high in the Himalayas with a giant, prehistoric bear
US debt crisis
The Canadian Government seems poised to scrap the troubled 5-billion-dollar Cyclone Helicopter contract and has been considering other options.
The renowned 32-acre Minter Gardens, which opened near Chilliwack, B.C. 33 years ago, closed its gates forever yesterday.
A “Pediatrics” study criticizes pro athletes such as Serena Williams who are paid big fees to endorse junk food sending mixed messages to kids.
Farmers tend a temporary tank of cranberries set up as a promotional stunt one block from the non-functioning U.S. Capitol
Andy Warhol’s portrait of hockey great Wayne Gretzky is expected to fetch over $200,000 at auction. [Next up, Gretzky’s portrait of Warhol?]
Michele Bachmann, Allen West, David Koch and Ted Cruz
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