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Monthly Archives: February 2016

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New York Plagued by Multiple Haagen Daaz Thefts

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New York Plagued by Multiple Haagen Daaz Thefts: According to the New York Post, some apparent ice cream lovers have pulled-off a string of at least 10 large-scale thefts of Haagen Daaz ice cream in the New York area over … Continue reading

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Cruz Alleges Trump’s Tax Returns Might Show Mafia Ties

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Cruz Alleges Trump’s Tax Returns Might Show Mafia Ties: Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz suggested to ABC News that rival Donald Trump may be reluctant to release his tax returns because he my be doing business with the mob. Now I … Continue reading

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Drug Gang Guards Stash With Live Crocodiles

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Drug Gang Guards Stash With Live Crocodiles: Police in Amsterdam have arrested 11 suspected drug-dealers who assigned the task of guarding their loot to unusually ferocious guards – a pair of fully-grown crocodiles. Sounds like someone’s been watching too many … Continue reading

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Study Finds 50% of US Adults Take Vitamin Supplements

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Study Finds 50% of US Adults Take Vitamin Supplements: A new government study shows that about half of U.S. adults age 20 and older take vitamins or other dietary supplements. A follow-up study found that the remaining 50% do not … Continue reading

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Hospital Experimenting With Hooking Patients to WiFi

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Hospital Experimenting With Hooking Patients to WiFi: A U.S. hospital is testing a clinical warning system that uses wireless (WiFi) sensors to track the vital signs of at-risk patients which can then inform nurses if there’s a problem. The hospital … Continue reading

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