Category: News

Vets Think Teddy Bears Are Cancer

A St. Bernard named Maisy was about to undergo a surgery to remove her spleen because Vet’s believed she had cancer. Before surgery, the veterinarians probed her stomach and realized she had devoured four teddy bears whole. After their discovery, there was no need to remove the St. Bernard’s spleen and all they had to

Mom Births 14th Child and it’s a ….

A Michigan couple with 13 sons has birthed a 14th child. NBC San Diego reported, Jay and Kateri Schwandt’s latest addition was born Wednesday evening, five days before the baby’s expected due date. Heboy weighs 8 pounds, 4 ounces and is 21 inches long. Yes, HE is the 14th boy borning to family.

Tumbleweed Terrorism

People in southern California and Utah had to battle nature on Monday Their enemy? Thousands of tumbleweeds. Gusting winds sent the itchy, prickly, troops into a Victorville, California, neighbourhood, where they quickly piled up outside homes and filled back yards. People were trapped in their homes. Although tumbleweeds are common in desert areas residents say

Frat Bro Bigots Caught

Videos of fraternity members at Syracuse University engaging in a “ritual” that the school called “extremely racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, sexist, and hostile to people with disabilities” were released by the school newspaper. The fraternity has been suspended. The chancellor also said, “At this time, all evidence has been turned over to the Department of Public

Monk Seal Wielding Knife

A Hawaiian monk seal pup named Manu‘iwa was spotted last Sunday.The people observing the seal spotted it playing with a bright orange object in its mouth. As they watched the seal dive beneath near-shore rocks and come back up they realized Manu‘iwa was holding a knife in its mouth by its handle. The video is

Puerto Rico Experiences Total Black Out

An island-wide blackout hit Puerto Rico Wednesday, as it continues to experience living off an unstable power grid following the devastating hurricanes this season. Power will hopefully be restored within 24 to 36 hours. For months, Puerto Rico has contended with extensive power outages after Hurricane Maria devastated the US commonwealth.

All Starbucks Will Close Over Racial Bias in May

Starbucks Coffee Company announced Tuesday that it will be closing its more than 8,000 company-owned stores in the United States on the afternoon of May 29 to conduct racial-bias education geared toward preventing racial profiling in their stores. The training will be provided to nearly 175,000 employees across the country and will become part of

Plane Engine Explodes and Kills Woman

A Southwest Airlines flight arrived safely after an emergency landing, for the most part, in Philadelphia Tuesday after the jet aggressively depressurized when a piece of an engine flew into and broke a window. A female passenger was partially sucked out of the plane when the window imploded and after being in critical condition ,

Stockholm Residents Upset Over Giant Penis

A debated giant blue penis painted on a Stockholm apartment building was defaced just three days after it first appeared. The five-story penis has produced a lot of conflict since it was unveiled lastweek. “Keep your penis inside” reads the graffiti painted on top of the artwork. The “graffiti” in response appears to be a marketing act