SCI&TECH
2017/04/25
Plastic-eating caterpillars could chow on waste
Researchers have found that wax moth caterpillars are able to digest and break down polyethylene — one the world’s toughest and most commonly used plastics.
Sci&Tech
2017/04/25
‘Ocean world’ moons of Saturn and Jupiter may support alien life
World
2017/04/25
Englishman filmed taking pet emu ‘Juarez’ for a stroll
U.S.
2017/04/25
Man kills his boss and himself in Dallas office murder-suicide
WORLD
2017/04/25
Baby’s head pops out of womb during natural C-section
Video shot at a clinic in Venezuela is making the rounds online, showing a newborn’s head slowly emerging from its mother’s stomach during a gentle C-section.
U.S.
2017/04/25
Drunk NYPD detective kills woman in horror car crash
Sci&Tech
2017/04/24
Jupiter has a Great Cold Spot to rival its Great Red Spot
U.S.
2017/04/24
Police dashcam shows cop killing Navy veteran
U.S.
2017/04/24
American Airlines suspends flight attendant for clash with passengers
An American Airlines flight attendant has been suspended after hitting a mother in the head with her stroller, and then nearly coming to blows with another passenger.
U.S.
2017/04/24
Louisiana alligator handcuffed by wildlife officer
U.S.
2017/04/21
Angry passenger attacks American Airlines pilot
U.S.
2017/04/21
Bill O’Reilly no longer a factor at Fox News, gets the boot
U.S.
2017/04/21
New York firefighter falls five storeys to his death
U.S.
2017/04/21
Teacher arrested in California accused of kidnapping student, 15
Police received an anonymous tip indicating that former high-school teacher Tad Cummins was in a cabin in a remote area of northern California with 15-year-old ex-student Elizabeth Thomas.

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