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Kissing Bugs In Texas Raise Concerns About Chagas Disease

The number of kissing bugs in Texas has increased steadily in recent years. As a result, residents are concerned about a rare, but serious, illness called Chagas disease. Worldwide, an estimated 6 to 7 million people have been infected with the potentially life-threatening illness. Show More Summary

Illegal Immigrants Voting? Evidence Says Millions Voted For Obama 2008 — 2016 Same For Trump/Hillary Clinton?

The final vote count for the 2016 election is under contention once again. The belief that millions of illegal immigrants voted in the 2016 election is an idea that President Donald Trump declared on Twitter, suggesting that he would have won the 2016 popular vote against Hillary Clinton if voting by illegal aliens in the United States was deducted. Show More Summary

‘Reverse Zombie Tick’ Bite Makes Some People Allergic To Red Meat, Forced Vegans – Lone Star Tick Spreading

With a scary-sounding nickname like “reverse zombie tick,” the tick that can cause some people to develop itchy hives, breathing problems, unconsciousness or even shock leading to death, is gaining buzz. But the “reverse zombie tick”...Show More Summary

Uber Founder Travis Kalanick Resigns As CEO Under Investor Pressure

Uber founder and CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned as chief executive of the ride-sharing company. The 40-year-old entrepreneur announced that he was stepping down from the firm he founded in 2009 that has revolutionized the taxi industry...Show More Summary

Is Brad Pitt Falling Madly In Love With Jennifer Aniston Now That He’s Sober, Divorced From Angelina Jolie?

Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are not falling in love again in the aftermath of Pitt’s divorce from Angelina Jolie, Gossip Cop reports. According to Gossip Cop, a site that’s become well known for debunking celebrity rumors, any reports...Show More Summary

Ticks In Ohio: What You Need To Know About The Disease Carrying Pests

The number of ticks in Ohio is expected increase substantially due to an unusually mild winter. As the pests are often infested with bacteria and parasites, health officials are warning residents to take precautions to avoid being bitten...Show More Summary

John McCain: Not One American Has Seen The Republican Healthcare Bill, But Russia Has

Add Arizona senator John McCain to the growing number of Republican lawmakers becoming increasingly frustrated at their own party’s clandestine maneuverings to formulate healthcare legislation. He admitted that he had not seen the bill,...Show More Summary

2016 U.S. Election Had 21 States Targeted By Russian Hackers, U.S. Officials Reveal

Critical questions revolving around Russian hacking in the 2016 U.S. election were addressed on Tuesday and Wednesday at a hearing with the Senate Intelligence Committee. U.S. officials backed up reports that numerous states were targeted...Show More Summary

Public Funeral Planned For Otto Warmbier, American Student Released From North Korea After 17 Months

A public funeral has been planned for American student Otto Warmbier, who died shortly after being released from North Korea. Warmbier, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student, had been held in North Korea for 17 months after he was accused of attempting to steal a propaganda banner while he was visiting the country with a tour group. Show More Summary

Young Florida Girl, 4, Sings Disney Song From ‘Moana,’ ‘Over-The-Top’ Rendition Goes Viral On Facebook [Video]

A young Florida girl’s rendition of an original Disney song from the hit movie, Moana, went viral on Facebook after her mom shared it online. Just over a week after Michelle Neshin uploaded a video of her 4-year-old daughter, Sophia,...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Russia Investigation: Report Highlights Trump’s Connections To Money Laundering, Russian Mob Ties

Donald Trump’s Russia investigation may have taken a new turn with a report highlighting the president’s financial connections to Russia through a reported Russian mob-linked criminal and a real-estate firm accused of money laundering. Most...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton’s Security Clearance Could Be Revoked As The Email Server Investigation Is Reopened

The U.S. Department of State has launched a fresh inquiry into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, as well as her aides, misconducted themselves when handling classified information during her tenure in former President...Show More Summary

Tropical Storm Cindy Is Heading For Land And New Orleans Residents Are Bracing For Potential Flooding

Meteorologists tracking Tropical Storm Cindy are working hard to educate those who will feel the impact. This is a disorganized tropical storm that doesn’t look like what Gulf Coast residents are used to seeing on the weather maps. The eye is formed and headed for southeast Louisiana or southwest Texas. Show More Summary

Democrats Poked And Prodded After Jon Ossoff Crushed By Trump Effect In Georgia Election

All eyes were on the special election in Georgia that positioned Jon Ossoff as the start-up in the first major election thought to pave the way for the Democrats to get back on top in the House. The nation is weighing in with their tweets...Show More Summary

Bill Clinton Refutes Trump’s Foreign Policy, Urges Globalism Must Continue

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump since he took office in January. Her husband and former President of the United States Bill Clinton, meanwhile, has remained relatively quiet about the Trump administration. Show More Summary

Has Theresa May Canceled President Trump’s UK Trip Due To Protest? State Visit Unlikely, News Reports Hint

U.S. President Donald Trump may have to wait before he is allowed to make a state visit to the United Kingdom. Trump’s state visit to Britain has been controversial since the moment he was invited by Theresa May. Shortly after the 45th...Show More Summary

Man Dangles Baby Out Of 15-Floor Window For 1,000 Facebook Likes

A man dangled a baby outside the window of a 15 th -floor apartment for 1,000 likes on Facebook, the BBC is reporting. The Algerian man posted a picture, where is he is seen holding the child just by the scruff of his shirt, 150 feet from the ground below. Show More Summary

Pothead Mom Arrested For Endangering Her Four-Month-Old Son By Leaving Him In A Hot Car Showed No Remorse

An Evansville Police Department officer rescued a four-month-old infant from a hot car parked outside of a Walmart in Evansville, Indiana earlier this week. According to the affidavit presented by the Police, the baby was reportedly sweating and crying when he was rescued. Show More Summary

12-Year-Old Allegedly Kills Herself After Cyberbullying On Snapchat

A 12-year-old girl purportedly took her own life after being tormented by bullies on Snapchat. Mallory Grossman, a New Jersey youngster was described as fun, compassionate and loving by all who met her. Her friends revealed that Mallory preached and practiced love. Show More Summary

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