A new murderer has been called the 'Facebook Killer' after shooting a random 74-year-old man in the streets of Ohio. The suspect, according to across the street neighbors, has been torturing pets when he was still young.
Bill Gates opens up about other possibilities to fight epidemics.
Recent updates in regards to the seniors being raped at nursing homes revealed little to no action being done in having the cases resolved.
Dr. Wilson Compton of the National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed the significant decrease of drug consumption among teens.
US Customs and Border Protection seized press machines for counterfeit drugs.
Cheerios will be giving away 1 million wildflower seeds in an attempt to save the bees.
Fake news does, in fact, affect the children's perception of reality.
Americans are spending thousands on health care that they do not need.
A Chinese cancer hospital has sparked outrage after it called upon female virgins ages 18 to 24 to donate their blood for medical research.
A Russian man who had a metal chair leg jammed in his brain stunned doctors by making an incredible recovery.
A Florida woman making herself some waffles was wounded after bullets her roommate stored inside her oven exploded and hit her with shrapnel.
Next time you ask someone to turn down the music, you might actually just end up losing an ear. A Connecticut man reportedly bit off and swallowed his cousin's ear lobe during a brawl over loud music.
A product marketed as beef was found to contain horsemeat and in some cases pig's meat, according to a recent analysis done by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.
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