These Are The World’s Fastest Animals

These Are The World’s Fastest Animals

Cheetahs have a reputation for speed. While the big cats may be able to reach speeds of 75 mph, it’s nothing compared to the top speeds of other animals. It’s not even the fastest mammal! Here are the fastest animals on Earth. 00

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Monstrous Creatures Living In The Ocean’s Abyss

Monstrous Creatures Living In The Ocean’s Abyss

An international team of scientists have finally explored where no other human has gone before — into the ocean abyss off Australia’s eastern coast. 00

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Hidden Collection Of Nazi Artifacts Was Discovered In Argentina

Hidden Collection Of Nazi Artifacts Was Discovered In Argentina

About 75 Nazi artifacts were discovered in a hidden room in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the biggest collection ever found in the country. Some of the artifacts include medical devices, weapons, and even a portrait of Adolf Hitler. 00

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Service Dogs Learn To Call 911

Service Dogs Learn To Call 911

Scientists develop canine-friendly technologies that help service dogs call 911 in a medical emergency. Jacqueline Howard reports. 00

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Night Time Lights At Hogwarts Castle

Night Time Lights At Hogwarts Castle

A new nighttime show illuminates Hogwarts Castle at Universal Studios Hollywood’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter. 00

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Inside The Underground Nazi ‘Village’

Inside The Underground Nazi ‘Village’

Shifting sands have revealed a forgotten world of Nazi tunnels underneath The Hague. 00

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A Hospital For Italy’s Art

A Hospital For Italy’s Art

Restorers battle to fix thousands of pieces after last year’s quake More than 4,000 earthquake-damaged artifact are being brought back to life at a warehouse in central Italy. 00

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Thousands Of Bees Swarm Into Car

Thousands Of Bees Swarm Into Car

Shirley Taylor said the bees took residence in her Nissan car parked outside her front door in Watt Street, on Sunday. 00

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DNA Finds The Killer Of A Bride After 20 Years

DNA Finds The Killer Of A Bride After 20 Years

The LAPD were certain they were looking for a male killer, but an advance in DNA testing proved that they should have been searching for a woman in this scene from HLN’s “Beyond Reasonable Doubt.” 00

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Escape To The Grand Cayman

Escape To The Grand Cayman

Tomeka Jones explores a beach getaway full of food, fun and adventure in the Cayman Islands. 00

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The Core Characteristics Of Leadership

The Core Characteristics Of Leadership

The Charles Schwab Corp. President & CEO Walter Bettinger discusses the difference between management & leadership. 00

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9 Jobs That Are Quickly Disappearing In The US

9 Jobs That Are Quickly Disappearing In The US

Thanks in part to email, Facebook, and Twitter, mail carriers may be all but obsolete in the not-so-distant future. By 2024, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 28% decline in postal service jobs, about 136,000 fewer positions than 2014. But mail carriers aren’t the only ones whose jobs are...

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Ancient Greek Mechanism

Ancient Greek Mechanism

The Antikythera Mechanism is a mysterious ancient device used to calculate lunar cycles, planet motions, and more. Over 2,000-years-old, it was far more advanced than any other technology of its time. 00

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Why You Hate The Sound Of Your Own Voice?

Why You Hate The Sound Of Your Own Voice?

If you’ve ever listened to yourself speak in a voicemail or video, you’ve probably wondered aloud “is that what I really sound like?” The unfortunate truth is: yes, that’s what you really sound like. Find out why your voice sounds so different from what you hear in your head. 00

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Anger Boils Over After London Apartment Fire

Anger Boils Over After London Apartment Fire

Tensions boil over in London as a grieving community, frustrated with the way it was ignored for years, is suddenly unable to hold back anymore. 00

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Woman Reunited With Dog Lost During Alexandria Shooting

Woman Reunited With Dog Lost During Alexandria Shooting

When gunshots rocked a tranquil day at the park, Katie Filous lost hold of one of the dogs she was watching. After 19 hours the dog was found safe and sound. 00

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These Are The World’s Fastest Animals

These Are The World’s Fastest Animals

Cheetahs have a reputation for speed. While the big cats may be able to reach speeds of 75 mph, it’s nothing compared to the top speeds of other animals. It’s not even the fastest mammal! Here are the fastest animals on Earth. 00

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Irish Farmers Straddling The Border Fear Brexit

Irish Farmers Straddling The Border Fear Brexit

Nic Robertson meets several Irish farmers who worry about how Brexit negotiations could hurt business and stir up old rivalries. 00

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Husband Searches For Wife After London Fire

Husband Searches For Wife After London Fire

Sabah Abdullah describes losing his wife while fleeing the Grenfell Apartment fire in London and his desperate search to find her. 00

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100-Year-Old Shipwreck Found Off Coast

100-Year-Old Shipwreck Found Off Coast

The 100-year-old remains of the Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch were found off the coast of California. 00

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African-American Coal Miners On Life In Appalachia

African-American Coal Miners On Life In Appalachia

“United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell” visits coal country and finds African-American residents with a unique perspective on life in and outside eastern Kentucky’s mines. 00

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Bystander Captures Moment Shots Ring Out

Bystander Captures Moment Shots Ring Out

Bystander Noah Nathan captured the moment shots rang out as a gunman fired on Republicans at an early-morning baseball practice for a charity baseball game in Alexandria, Virginia. 00

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Experience Finest Wine Of The Country

Experience Finest Wine Of The Country

Tomeka Jones explores the beauty of Napa Valley. 00

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Tornado Rips Barn To Shreds In Seconds

Tornado Rips Barn To Shreds In Seconds

Footage captured by a storm chaser shows a Nebraska tornado leveling a barn in mere seconds. 00

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McDonald’s Is Using Snapchat To Find Employees

McDonald’s Is Using Snapchat To Find Employees

McDonald’s plans to hire 250,000 workers this summer. The company is hoping a 10-second advertisement with Snapchat will help them recruit young people. 00

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5 Ways Retailers Trick You Into Spending More Money

5 Ways Retailers Trick You Into Spending More Money

Department stores have you all figured out, here are some of the tactics they use to get you to part with more cash. 00

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Teen Dances After Heart Transplant Surgery

Teen Dances After Heart Transplant Surgery

Six days after a successful heart transplant, Maryland teen Amari Hall danced in his hospital bed. 00

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Here’s The Easiest Way To Tell If Someone Will Actually Pay You Back

Here’s The Easiest Way To Tell If Someone Will Actually Pay You Back

It’s possible to know if someone will pay you back by observing their language. There are certain words that are more likely to be used by defaulters, while people more likely to pay you back will likely use other words. 00

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13 Most Haunted Places In The World

13 Most Haunted Places In The World

Here are the top 13 most frightening abandoned places from creepy doll factories to Chernobyl the worst nuclear accident ever. 00

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The Most Isolated Towns On The Planet

The Most Isolated Towns On The Planet

The stresses of weather, temperature, and altitude make these towns difficult to live in. On top of that, their locations make it tough to get in and out, sometimes making the shortest travel method a full 6-day trip. 00

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US Military Planes From All Services Retire Here

US Military Planes From All Services Retire Here

At the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, also known as the “Boneyard,” US military planes from all services after retirement. 00

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‘Manspreading’ Banned In Madrid

‘Manspreading’ Banned In Madrid

Madrid’s public buses will no longer allow men to spread their legs without regard to others’ personal space. 00

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80 Ducks Died In Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

80 Ducks Died In Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

The National Park Service will drain the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool this weekend after approximately 80 ducklings were found dead. 00

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Distracted Woman Gets Run Over By Train

Distracted Woman Gets Run Over By Train

A distracted woman wearing headphones gets run over by a train. Miraculously, she survives with minor injuries. 00

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Details Of Civil War Sub’s Past Uncovered

Details Of Civil War Sub’s Past Uncovered

A team of researchers revealed new discoveries made during the conservation of the H.L. Hunley Confederate submarine. 00

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First Disneyland Map

First Disneyland Map

Walt Disney’s first theme park map, drawn to attract investors, has been found after 60 years. David Daniel reports. 00

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Concept Of Runway Numbers

Concept Of Runway Numbers

Every runway in the world is numbered…twice. These two numbers are closely linked to a shifting magnetic north, but are essential for airports to direct traffic through all the different runways. 00

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Massive Haboob Hits Sudan

Massive Haboob Hits Sudan

A huge dust storm called a haboob covered the Sudanese capital of Khartoum. 00

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The Year That Rocked British Politics

The Year That Rocked British Politics

From the passing of Brexit, to the rise of Theresa May, to the call for an early election, looks back at the whirlwind year in British politics. 00

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Man Brags About Money, Gets Busted Live Online

Man Brags About Money, Gets Busted Live Online

A Florida man was bragging about his money on a Facebook livestream when SWAT officers broke down his front door to serve a search warrant. 00

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There’s More To Las Vegas Than Casinos On The Strip

There’s More To Las Vegas Than Casinos On The Strip

Las Vegas is not just neon and slot machines, there is a lot to do and see in this desert city. Holly Firfer takes us there. 00

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A Superhero That Looks Like You

A Superhero That Looks Like You

“United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell” explores Puerto Rican culture. Comic book wizard Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez created “La Borinquena,” a superhero who appeals to a multicultural audience. 00

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A Gym At The Airport

A Gym At The Airport

Kelly Bowman checks out a new option for passengers as they wait for their flight… ROAM Fitness is a gym behind airport security! 00

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Woman Jumps In Front Of Car To Save Boy

Woman Jumps In Front Of Car To Save Boy

Police say that Shanta Jordan jumped in front of a vehicle to rescue a boy before it smashed into the side of a restaurant. 00

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How Hail Is Formed?

How Hail Is Formed?

Jennifer Gray explains the science behind how hail is formed during a storm. 00

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How The Six Day War Reshaped The Middle East

How The Six Day War Reshaped The Middle East

Oren Liebermann talks to both Israeli and Palestinian residents to hear their stories from the war that changed the Middle East. 00

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Red Liquid In Steaks

Red Liquid In Steaks

Raw steaks usually have a natural, blood-like liquid in their packaging. Although its red coloring looks a lot like blood, that liquid is not what it seems. 00

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Myanmar’s Dark Treasures

Myanmar’s Dark Treasures

Juman Kubba from Global Witness tells Kristie Lu Stout how Myanmar’s jade industry is fueling a deadly armed conflict in Kachin state. 00

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Wind Sends Inflatable Bounce House Flying

Wind Sends Inflatable Bounce House Flying

A children’s party in Mexico was stopped by a gust of wind, which sent their bounce house flying across the yard. 00

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Emerging Face Of Beautiful Pakistan – By Cynthia

Emerging Face Of Beautiful Pakistan – By Cynthia

Here’s how foreigner Cynthia dawn describes Pakistan – Like You Never Seen Before. 00

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