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This 6-year-old girl put together a massive presentation into the quality of her school's toilet paper. [Read More]
A spokesperson for United States Africa Command said the deployment came at the request of Somalia's government. [Read More]
It's been more than 100 years since the Titanic struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean. [Read More]
General Motors is expanding its role in the self-driving car space. [Read More]
It's part of an effort to fight misinformation following the spread of fake news in the lead-up to the U.S. presidential race. [Read More]
It's not yoga for goats. It's yoga but with baby goats jumping around and even climbing on the participants. [Read More]
Chicago had more than 760 murders in 2016, the highest number in almost two decades. Some people who took part in a Good Friday walk... [Read More]
NASA said March was 1.12 degrees Celsius warmer than the mean March temperature from 1951 to 1980. [Read More]
Jonathan Tran spent 15 minutes undetected on White House grounds before he was nabbed. Two Secret Service agents have been fired as a result of the fence-jumping... [Read More]
According to new research from Harvard University, regular doses of aspirin may reduce the risk of dying from cancer. [Read More]
Twenty-four people were trapped on a roller coaster called Joker's Jinx at Six Flags in Largo, east of Washington, DC. [Read More]
A fatal shooting took place on Thursday aboard a MARTA train in Atlanta. [Read More]
A Walmart greeter explains the moment a wild turkey walked right past him into the store. But later, he was fired for how he handled the... [Read More]
The governor of West Virginia unveiled a silver platter of cow dung to express his distaste for Capitol politics after vetoing a budget proposal. [Read More]
A non-paying and venomous passenger, a scorpion, reportedly stung a paying United Airlines passenger flying from Houston to Calgary, Canada. [Read More]
Troup County officials are feeling the after-effects of an apparent hack that encrypted all city software, computers, and emails. [Read More]
Troup County officials are in the process of getting their computer system back up and running again. The city-wide system crashing after someone allegedly hacked... [Read More]
Mayor Teresa Tomlinson has been approached to run for three statewide offices including Governor, Secretary of State, and State Attorney General. ... [Read More]
One Georgia woman received the best proposal a Braves fan could ask for on Tuesday. [Read More]
Wednesday afternoon, everyone in a Toombs County courtroom got a chilling look at the spot where Emily Mason was murdered back in 2002. ... [Read More]
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