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Charles Manson Dies At 83

Charles Manson, the notorious leader of the Manson Family cult that murdered actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969, died yesterday in a Bakersfield, Calif., hospital.  He was 83.  The California Department of Corrections released a statement reading, “Inmate Charles Manson, 83,

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Elderly Couple’s Household Appliances Still Work After 50 Years

An elderly couple have finally decided to replace their household appliances after 50 years.  But it’s not because they’ve stopped working.  Sydney and Rachel Saunders, 83 and 81, just fancy getting rid of their tumble dryer, boiler, cooker and washing

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Man Finds Car 20 Years After Forgetting Where He Parked It

A German driver had his car returned to him 20 years after he forgot where he parked it.  Authorities in Frankfurt found the car in a garage in a building which is set for demolition.  A local resident had phoned

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Hydro One Seeking Rate Increase

Ontario’s Hydro One has applied for a rate increase in order to keep the power system stable. After a speech to the Empire Club in Toronto yesterday, C-E-O Mayo Schmidt spoke about the application that’s currently before the Ontario Energy

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Da Vinci Painting Just Sold For Nearly Half A Billion Dollars

A painting of Christ by Leonardo da Vinci sold for a record $450 million at auction yesterday, obliterating previous records.  The painting, called “Salvator Mundi” (Italian for “Savior of the World”), is one of fewer than 20 paintings by Leonardo known

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Pope Francis Given A Lamborghini Sports Car – But Plans To Auction It For Charity

Pope Francis normally favors modest Fiats and Fords when he is driven around on trips abroad, but yesterday he took possession of a Lamborghini supercar.  The white-painted, special edition Lamborghini Huracan perfectly matched the pope’s white cassock as he blessed

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Safety Group’s 2017 List Of Dangerous Toys

With Christmas looming large, a consumer safety group has warned parents against buying a range of popular toys for fear that their children could be seriously injured or even killed by them.  The annual list, released by the World Against

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TripAdvisor Will Start Placing Warning Icons Next To Hotels Where Sexual Assault Occurred

TripAdvisor will soon start identifying hotels where sexual assault has occurred through new icons that were introduced this week.  The company said they are taking steps to protect their customers whether it be health, safety or discrimination concerns.  “We introduced

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Coffee Drastically Lowers Your Risk Of Heart Failure And Stroke

Everyone can decrease their risk of stroke and heart failure just by drinking an extra cup of coffee a week, according to new research.   A study found that with every cup, the beverage lowers the risk of stroke by eight

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Stuffing Maker Stove Top Has Created Thanksgiving Dinner Pants That Are Comfy Even When You Eat Too Much

Store-bought stuffing brand Stove Top has introduced a pair of Thanksgiving-inspired dinner pants that stretch like yoga pants so you can feast comfortably this holiday season.  The unisex pants come in maroon just like Stove Top’s signature box, with a

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At The Plaza, You Can Recreate Home Alone 2 This Christmas

Thanks to a new package celebrating the 25th anniversary of the classic Christmas movie “Home Alone 2,” the hotel is inviting guests to “Live Like Kevin” to make that dream a reality—without having to go into credit card debt, of course.  In

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Dylan Guitar Sells For Nearly $400,000

A guitar played by Bob Dylan at notable concerts in 1970s has sold at auction for nearly $400,000.  Heritage Auctions in Dallas says a buyer requesting anonymity paid $396,500 Saturday for the singer-songwriter’s 1963 Martin D-28 acoustic guitar.  The company says Dylan

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Tom Selleck’s “Magnum, P.I.” Sidekick, John Hillerman Has Died

A spokeswoman for the family of actor John Hillerman says the co-star of TV’s “Magnum, P.I.” has died.  Hillerman was 84.  Spokeswoman Lori De Waal said Hillerman died yesterday at his home in Houston.  She said the cause of death

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New Technology Can Switch Off Child’s Cell Phone Remotely And Monitor Screen Time

Parents concerned with their children’s cell phone and tablet use may now have technology at their fingertips to help them set digital limits.  Though most families will want to take an active role in monitoring their child’s internet use, enforcing

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Sheriff Responds To Oregon Home After Woman Is Heard Screaming “Help Me” – Only To Find It’s A Pet Parrot Named Diego Who Was Missing His Owner

A sheriff’s deputy in Oregon wasn’t sure what he would find when he rushed to a home following reports a woman was screaming for help.  But his fear of finding someone seriously injured quickly subsided when he discovered it was

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