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  • Publix Suspends Contributions To NRA-Backed Politician Amid Protests news

    Protests prompted supermarket chain Publix to suspend all political

    Fri, 25 May 2018 17:55:14 -0400
  • Explosion in Toronto-area restaurant leaves at least 15 injured, manhunt underway news

    Two men entered a popular Indian restaurant near Toronto Thursday night —one of them carried a bucket of paint that concealed a bomb. Investigators say the attack may have been the work of organized crime figures.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 11:51:32 -0400
  • 'That’s ridiculous': Key Obama adviser dismisses Trump's 'Spygate' claim news

    Avril Haines, who served as President Obama's deputy national security adviser, told the Yahoo News podcast "Skullduggery" that it's "ridiculous" for President Trump to claim that "Spygate" is one of the biggest political scandals in U.S. history.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 08:18:08 -0400
  • Teacher hailed a hero after Indiana school shooting news

    Seventh graders were taking a test in science teacher Jason Seaman’s class when a student opened fire on Friday. Seaman was shot three time as he tackled the shooter after one of his students was hit.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 11:38:33 -0400
  • Mystery 'Wolf-Like' Animal Reportedly Shot In Montana, Baffles Wildlife Officials news

    Montana wildlife officials are puzzled by the carcass of wolflike animal they

    Sat, 26 May 2018 13:40:01 -0400
  • Israeli security firm allegedly targeted U.S. officials news

    An NBC News investigation reveals an alleged plot by Black Cube to discredit two advisers to President Obama that were involved in drafting the Iran nuclear deal.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 12:21:04 -0400
  • 12 Sweets You Can Make With Plums

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    Fri, 25 May 2018 12:17:00 -0400
  • Driver survives plunging 700 feet off California roadway

    CRESTLINE, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California driver managed to call for help after her car plunged 700 feet (213 meters) off a road in the San Bernardino Mountains, and rescuers marveled at her survival.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 17:51:45 -0400
  • Another Cuba plane crash survivor dies, death toll rises to 112 news

    One of the survivors of the plane crash just outside Havana airport last week died early on Friday, state-run media cited the Cuban government as saying, raising the death toll from one of Cuba's worst air disasters to 112. Emiley Sanchez, a 40-year old Cuban from the eastern city of Holguin where the Boeing 737 had been heading, died in a hospital in the capital due to "severe traumatic lesions and burns" suffered in the accident. "Her state was extremely critical with a unfavorable prognostic and on a progressive downwards path that we could not reverse," the Health Ministry said in a statement read on state-run radio station Radio Reloj.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 09:38:41 -0400
  • Border Patrol Alters Account Of Guatemalan Woman's Death news

    U.S. immigration authorities have altered their account of the Border Patrol's

    Sat, 26 May 2018 21:26:33 -0400
  • Rachel Dolezal Faces Felony Charges of Welfare Fraud in Washington State news

    The charges could lead to 15 years in prison.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 08:55:29 -0400
  • 'Trump's son should be concerned': FBI obtained wiretaps of Putin ally who met with Trump Jr. news

    The FBI has obtained wiretapped conversations involving Alexander Torshin ahead of his meeting with the president's son.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 19:12:15 -0400
  • Fight breaks out between passengers on American Airlines flight news

    Cell phone video captures a flight attendant telling passenger Jason Felix that he can’t have more alcohol during a flight from St. Croix to Miami. A fight broke out after he threatened another passenger and Felix now faces federal charges.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 12:12:58 -0400
  • 2 People Injured In Indiana School Shooting news

    At least two people have been injured in a school shooting in Indiana.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 10:00:11 -0400
  • USC President Resigns in Wake of Scandal news

    USC President C-L Max Nikias has resigned, following allegations made by students that a campus gynecologist sexually abused them.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 15:14:05 -0400
  • Hawaii volcano: Aerial footage shows rivers of lava flowing to the ocean news

    Newly-released aerial footage of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii shows lava flows that extend to the ocean. The footage, released by the United States Geological Survey, is from an unmanned aerial craft hovering over one of the main fissures. Authorities have warned that even small pieces of molten rock can be fatal.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 14:04:39 -0400
  • At Harvard, Clinton warns of threats to American democracy news

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Hillary Clinton implored a crowd at Harvard University on Friday to stand up for "the truth, facts and reason" as attacks on the rule of law, free press and elections threaten to undermine American democracy.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 18:07:29 -0400
  • Mother & 21-Month-Old Killed by Alleged Drag Racer news

    Jessica Raubenolt, 24, was pushing her daughter Lillia in a stroller across the street on Wednesday when a Ford Mustang slammed into them, according to police

    Fri, 25 May 2018 09:44:36 -0400
  • Woman Killed By Border Patrol Identified As Claudia Patricia Gomez Gonzales, 20 news

    The woman shot and killed by U.S. Border Patrol on Wednesday has been

    Fri, 25 May 2018 21:56:24 -0400
  • FCA Recalls 4.8M Vehicles For Cruise Control That Might Not Turn Off news

    A short circuit while the cruise control accelerates causes the problem.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 14:43:36 -0400
  • Dershowitz: My friends, family are horrified by my Trump defense news

    “The left adored me for my statements about Bill Clinton,” Dershowitz says in a new episode of the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.” “And they despise me for making exactly the same statements about a political figure they despise.”

    Fri, 25 May 2018 12:05:22 -0400
  • Fish Market Buys Freedom For Fred The 70-Pound Octopus news

    A 70-pound octopus named Fred not only has eight arms, but possibly nine

    Fri, 25 May 2018 15:07:09 -0400
  • Suspect wounds teacher, fellow student in 23rd school shooting in 2018 news

    The student, who was being held by police, was armed with two handguns when he shot a science teacher and another student in a science classroom at a Noblesville West Middle School on Friday morning, police in the community 25 miles (42 km) northeast of Indianapolis said. As of early Saturday, authorities had not identified the student or filed charges against him. The shooting, by CNN's count, was the 23rd in the United States this year and comes just a week after a high school student in Santa Fe, Texas, shot and killed eight classmates and two teachers.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 04:44:06 -0400
  • Erdogan asks Turks to help prop up plunging lira news

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday urged compatriots to change their foreign currency to the lira to help prop up the embattled currency. The lira has lost 16 percent of its value against the greenback in a month as markets became jittery after Erdogan indicated he wanted a greater say in monetary policy if he won legislative and presidential elections on June 24. The lira hit 4.92 against the dollar on Wednesday before paring back some of its losses later this week after an emergency central bank rate hike.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 12:20:10 -0400
  • Mother and child die as baby poisoned through breast milk after snake bite news

    An Indian woman who was bitten by a snake in her sleep and unknowingly breastfed poisoned milk to her daughter has died along with the child, police said Friday. The 35-year-old woman from Uttar Pradesh state did not realise she had been bitten when she woke and breastfed her daughter. The three-year-old girl and the mother fell ill on Thursday and both died before they could reach hospital, police inspector Vijay Singh told AFP. The family spotted the snake in another room but the creature escaped. A post-mortem is to be carried out but police have registered a case of accidental death, the officer added. India is home to some 300 snake species and 60 are highly venomous, including the Indian cobra, krait, Russell's viper and saw-scaled viper. India accounts for 46,000 of the 100,000 snakebite deaths around the world each year, according to a 2011 study by the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 12:16:43 -0400
  • Harris Co. deputy killed after allegedly breaking into home of off-duty Stagecoach police officer news

    The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says the man died in a bathroom after being shot multiple times.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 23:14:54 -0400
  • Step Inside This Classic Watch Hill Home

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    Sat, 26 May 2018 08:00:00 -0400
  • Bishop Michael Curry Joins Christian March To White House To 'Reclaim Jesus' news

    Bishop Michael Curry, the Christian leader who emerged as an unexpected star

    Fri, 25 May 2018 13:35:51 -0400
  • Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Teased, Again news

    The super Mustang is seen overhead in this latest shot.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 13:51:00 -0400
  • Trump's Crackdown On Immigrant Parents Puts More Kids In An Already Strained System news

    Tens of thousands of children from Central America are apprehended at the

    Fri, 25 May 2018 20:17:49 -0400
  • Netherlands, Australia hold Russia liable for downing MH17 news

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — A day after international prosecutors said they had unequivocal evidence of Russian involvement in the downing of a Malaysian passenger jet over Ukraine nearly four years ago, the Netherlands and Australia on Friday announced they were holding Moscow legally responsible for its role in the missile attack.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 11:52:51 -0400
  • Weird Father's Day Gifts Your Dad Doesn't Know He Wants (But He Does) news

    As a dad, I take Father's Day seriously ― but not the gifts.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 08:00:37 -0400
  • Australian nun in last-minute appeal of Manila deportation news

    An elderly Australian nun facing deportation after angering Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte launched a last-minute appeal against the order on Friday, the deadline for her to leave the country. Sister Patricia Fox, 71, has been accused of illegally engaging in political activism as the government cracks down on foreign critics on its soil. Duterte, who accuses the Melbourne native of "disorderly conduct", had the immigration service detain her briefly last month, after which her missionary visa was cancelled.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 06:09:22 -0400
  • Harvey Weinstein freed on $1 million bail after being charged with rape and sex crimes against two women news

    A smiling Harvey Weinstein has left a New York police department precinct in handcuffs, having been charged with rape and sexual crimes against two women. Almost eight months after the scandal surrounding his behaviour first broke, Weinstein, 66, was led out of a Manhattan police station on Friday morning in handcuffs and in disgrace. He had arrived for the scheduled appearance at the NYPD 1st precinct, in the TriBeCa district of Manhattan, at 7:20am, walking through a thick crowd of photographers and reporters held back by metal barriers. Wearing a black suit jacked over a blue jumper and white shirt, Weinstein looked composed and calm, refusing to answer yelled out questions from the throng of reporters. He evidently expected the proceedings to last some time, and had brought reading material with him: a copy of Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway Revolution. After 90 minutes he was led out of the police station, smirking to the cameras. "Today, at the NYPD's 1st Precinct, Harvey Weinstein was arrested, processed and charged with Rape, Criminal Sex Act, Sex Abuse and Sexual Misconduct for incidents involving two separate women," said the NYPD in a statement. "The NYPD thanks these brave survivors for the courage to come forward and seek justice." It was unclear who had filed the rape charges. He is believed to have been fingerprinted and then charged.  Harvey Weinstein is led out of the police precinct in handcuffs, after a 90 minute session in which he was charged and fingerprinted Credit: Reuters Weinstein was then taken to Manhattan Supreme Court and was released on $1 million bail and fitted with an ankle tag. He will “vigorously defend himself”,  his lawyer said, arguing that his interactions with women were always consensual and that Weinstein “did not invent the casting couch”. Benjamin Brafman said that Weinstein should not be tried for the prevailing Hollywood culture, and insisted that he had not acted criminally. “My job is not to defend behaviour,” he said. “My job is to defend against accusations that something was criminal. “Mr Weinstein did not invent the casting couch. That’s not what this is about. It’s whether you committed a criminal act, and Mr Weinstein vigorously denies that.” Weinstein, he said, was coping “as well as can be expected when accused of a crime that you have not committed.” Mr Brafman, one of the most experienced and aggressive trial lawyers in New York, said he intended to cross-examine the women who had accused Weinstein and that a 12-person jury would find him not guilty – if a “fair-minded” jury could be assembled. Shortly before a grim-faced Weinstein appeared before the judge to face charges against two women, in a momentous day for the more than 70 who have accused him. Flanked inside the courtroom by Mr Brafman, Weinstein, 66, did not speak as he was granted bail of $10 million including property, or $1 million in cash. He opted to pay $1 million in cash. He was ordered to surrender his passport, fitted with an electronic tag, and told he could not leave New York or Connecticut. His next court hearing was set for July 30, and he left the courtroom by a side exit, avoiding the media. Some of the charges are believed to relate to accusations made by Lucia Evans, the former actress, who claimed that the studio boss forced her into oral sex during a business meeting in 2004. Evans confirmed to The New Yorker that she was pressing charges against Weinstein. “At a certain point, you have to think about the greater good of humanity, of womankind,” she said.   Harvey Weinstein timeline: Key moments in Hollywood scandal Evans told the magazine that she had been informed by NYPD officers that they might not be able to bring charges without her cooperation. “They said that if I do nothing, Harvey would walk,” Evans said. “I think the significance hit all at once.” She said that she initially felt “proud to be a part of this movement, just knowing I could do this for everybody.” But she then became frightened, realising the impact it could have on her of being involved in such a high profile case. “I think everyone’s self-preservation mechanism kicks in when they make a big life decision such as this,” she said. “What is it going to mean to you? How is it going to affect your life, your family, your friends?” Lucia Evans, who has decided to press charges against Harvey Weinstein over an incident she claims took place in 2004 She decided to proceed, and contracted Carrie Goldberg a lawyer who specialises in sexual-violence, “revenge porn,” and stalking cases, and who was already representing actress Paz de la Huerta. “I know how this has changed my life for the worse," Evans said. "How he took away my self-esteem and personal power. And knowing I can take it back, and stop him from doing that to another woman, I couldn’t let that go.” More than 70 women have publicly accused Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault in recent months. He has denied all allegations of non-consensual sex. "It's a great day," said Lauren Silva, one of the first women to come forward and accuse Weinstein. She spoke out shortly after Ashley Judd's story was published in The New York Times, in October 2017. "I came out to validate their stories, based on what happened to me, and Harvey was calling them liars. Never in a million years did I think we'd all be believed." Weinstein — who was once worth as much as $300 million — also faces an avalanche of lawsuits and financial ruin. A former Netflix associate producer filed a $10 million lawsuit against Weinstein in December. An unidentified actress filed a separate $14 million case against him in Toronto. The latest development followed an investigation by the Manhattan district attorney's office, headed by Cyrus Vance, and New York police department.  Harvey Weinstein with his wife Georgina Chapman - who has now filed for divorce - in August 2017, two months before the scandal broke Mr Vance has come under huge pressure to charge Weinstein, and in March Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, opened an investigation into whether Mr Vance acted properly in 2015 when he decided not to prosecute Weinstein over a previous allegation of unwanted groping, made by an Italian model. Some of the NYPD officers who worked on Ambra Battilana's case also assisted on the current investigation. Mr Vance, however, objected to Mr Cuomo's "intrusion", and both he and and then-NYPD chief of detectives Robert Boyce suggested the investigations were bearing fruit. "We have a lot of information that we handed over to the grand jury," said Mr Boyce at the time. Mr Vance added: "I've spoken with the police, and I can tell you we are working very hard with them to complete the investigation."  Actress Rose McGowan, who has accused Weinstein of raping her 20 years ago, said was gratified but "still in shock" at the news that he was expected to surrender. "I still have very guarded hopes," McGowan told The Associated Press on Thursday night. "The justice system has been something very elusive. I hope in this case it works. Because it's all true. None of this was consensual. 33 Hollywood stars who have spoken out about Harvey Weinstein "I hope this gives hope to victims and survivors everywhere, that we are one step closer to justice. Because one win is a win for all of us," McGowan said. "It shows that it can be done." The allegations gave rise to the #MeToo movement in which hundreds of women have accused powerful men in business, government and entertainment of sexual misconduct. Ashley Judd, the actress, last month sued Weinstein, saying that he cost her a part The Lord of the Rings in 1998 after she rejected his sexual advances, allegations that Weinstein has denied. Other prominent actresses who have made public accusations include Uma Thurman and Salma Hayek. Salma Hayek is one actress who has accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct  Credit: Stefania M. D'Alessandro/Getty The twice-married father-of-five is being investigated by police in New York, Los Angeles and London. In a previous statement, a representative for Weinstein said: "Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr Weinstein. Mr Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances." Earlier this week federal US prosecutors opened their own criminal investigation into sexual assault accusations. Mr Brafman said he had met with them "in an attempt to dissuade them from proceeding" and would continue to meet with them in coming weeks. He is one of America's most celebrated criminal defence lawyers and his previous clients include Michael Jackson; Martin Shkreli, the former drug company executive; and Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund. Weinstein has recently spent time at a rehabilitation centre in Arizona.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 10:56:08 -0400
  • EPA spends 30 percent more on Pruitt's security, cites death threats news

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt's security detail has cost taxpayers about $3.4 million so far, up more than 30 percent from his predecessor during an equivalent period, according to details released by the agency, which said Pruitt's life had been threatened. Pruitt, who environmental groups have accused of lax enforcement and cozy ties with industry, requested 24-hour protection beginning on his first day in office. It was an unusual measure for the nation's top environmental regulator, and Pruitt and the agency have said it was justified by a high number of threats to his life.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 15:56:21 -0400
  • Superpower in the Sky: Why Israel Wants F-35s and Deadly New F-15s news

    Although the F-35 saw its first combat duty this week in Israel, the Jewish state has reportedly decided to purchase more of the most advanced version of Boeing’s F-15 rather than buy more Joint Strike Fighters. On May 16, Flight Global—an aviation-focused news source—reported that Israel is proposing a deal to purchase twenty-five F-15Is in an advanced configuration. This would double the number of F-15Is the Israeli Air Force (IAF) currently operates.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 19:46:00 -0400
  • People Are Disgusted By Hellmann’s Suggestion To Put Mayo On Sushi news

    An ad on Twitter is making some people uneasy.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 17:09:45 -0400
  • Toyota Corolla Crashes Into Parked 1931 Ford Model A news

    Years of restoration painfully ends in the hands of a careless, distracted driver.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 12:00:02 -0400
  • Rose McGowan Reacts to Seeing Harvey Weinstein in Handcuffs: It's 'a Very Good Feeling' news

    Rose McGowan says it’s both “surreal” and “real” to see Harvey Weinstein in handcuffs.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 12:58:41 -0400
  • Trump's New Executive Orders Make It Easier To Fire Federal Workers news

    President Donald Trump on Friday signed a series of executive orders that

    Fri, 25 May 2018 17:18:38 -0400
  • Guilty plea in USS McCain collision court-martial

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The officer in command of the USS John S. McCain when it collided with an oil tanker near Singapore in August 2017, killing 10 sailors, has pleaded guilty to dereliction of duty, the Navy said Friday.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 16:42:05 -0400
  • FARC deal looms large over Colombia presidential poll news

    Colombia votes Sunday in the first presidential election since the government's 2016 peace deal with the former rebel movement FARC -- an agreement the campaign's conservative frontrunner is determined to upend. If the opinion polls are confirmed, neither candidate can win outright on Sunday and will face each other in a run-off on June 17.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 13:17:23 -0400
  • Amazon Alexa recorded owner's conversation and sent to 'random' contact, couple complains news

    A woman whose private conversation with her husband was recorded by their Amazon Alexa and sent to a friend by email without their knowledge said she feels "invaded" by the worrying intrusion. Luckily for the the Oregon couple, the discussion picked up by the hands-free devices placed around their home went no further than the subject of hardwood flooring. But Danielle, who did not want to give her last name in local press reports, said that although the conversation was not highly personal, she nevertheless felt her privacy had been compromised by what Amazon said was a series of unfortunate events. Every room in the family home in Portland is wired with the devices, which control the home's heat, lighting and security system. Amazon said Alexa misinterpreted the conversation as a set of demands which led to the conversation being packaged up and sent to a seemingly random contact. During the conversation in question, Danielle received a call from one of her husband's employees, warning the couple: "unplug your Alexa devices right now! You're being hacked.” "We unplugged all of them and he proceeded to tell us that he had received audio files of recordings from inside our house," she told her local ABC news station.  "At first, my husband was, like, 'no you didn't!' And the (recipient of the message) said 'You sat there talking about hardwood floors.' And we said, 'oh gosh, you really did hear us.'" She unplugged all of her devices and contacted Amazon, who sent engineers to her house. Danielle said they apologised to her profusely. However, she said the device did not audibly advise her it was preparing to send the recording, which it is programmed to do. Amazon has given an explanation for the strange event, insisting its devices do not listen to customers unless they are "woken up" by the word “Alexa.” According to the company, in this instance an “unlikely” series of events occurred, which lead to the device thinking the pair wanted their conversation about hardwood floors recorded and sent to their friend. Amazon Alexa | Everything you need to know A spokesperson explained: "Echo woke up due to a word in background conversation sounding like 'Alexa.' Then, the subsequent conversation was heard as a 'send message' request. "At which point, Alexa said out loud 'To whom?' At which point, the background conversation was interpreted as a name in the customer’s contact list. Alexa then asked out loud, '[contact name], right?' "Alexa then interpreted background conversation as 'right'. As unlikely as this string of events is, we are evaluating options to make this case even less likely." Many have been suspicious of the company encouraging customers to place listening devices in every room of their homes. However, Amazon maintains this event was a malfunction, and not proof that Alexa is always “listening.” In the past, the company has filed patent applications for more invasive listening devices, which record all of the time. One such application included an algorithm that would analyse when people say they “love” or “bought” something.  This patent included a diagram in which two people having a telephone conversation were given separate targeted advertisements after they hung up. There were also worries in 2016 when scientists found that voice assistants could be woken up by sounds unintelligible to humans. The group found that commands could be hidden in white noise, with the device switching on and going to websites without being asked by a human. In May, these findings went further, with researchers claiming they could embed commands directly into recordings of music or spoken text. This could mean that as a human listens to music, the voice assistant may hear an instruction to send a message, or add a product to a shopping list.  

    Fri, 25 May 2018 04:29:44 -0400
  • Tesla seeks to dismiss securities fraud lawsuit: U.S. court document news

    Tesla Inc on Friday asked a court to dismiss a securities fraud lawsuit by shareholders who said the electric vehicle maker gave false public statements about the progress of producing its new Model 3 sedan. Tesla did not seek to hide the truth, its motion to dismiss said. The company says its Model 3 has experienced numerous "bottlenecks" from problems with Tesla's battery module process at its Nevada Gigafactory to general assembly at its Fremont plant.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 21:05:01 -0400
  • Twitter #PutStarWarsInOtherFilms And It Was Universally Entertaining news

    "Solo: A Star Wars Story" hits this weekend and even though that film is

    Sat, 26 May 2018 13:33:22 -0400
  • ICE expands controversial partnerships with local law enforcement news

    ICE’s 287(g) program, which is being expanded, deputizes local police and sheriffs to enforce immigration law in some localities. Critics say it leads to racial profiling and unjust detentions.

    Fri, 25 May 2018 05:00:57 -0400
  • 2 Women Seriously Injured After Hit-And-Run Driver Plows Into Portland Sidewalk news

    A suspect is in custody

    Fri, 25 May 2018 17:27:41 -0400
  • 10 Theme Park Car Rides You Need To Experience

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    Fri, 25 May 2018 14:00:46 -0400
  • Survey reveals most popular habits of road-trippers in time for Memorial Day weekend news

    The all-American road-trip season kicks off this Memorial Day weekend in the US, and that means the inevitable backseat tussle between crabby kids and disagreements on what to listen to in the car. 

    Fri, 25 May 2018 10:31:41 -0400
  • Baby panda born in Malaysia zoo makes public debut news

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — A baby panda born in a Malaysian zoo five months ago made her public debut Saturday.

    Sat, 26 May 2018 01:47:56 -0400
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