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Snake expert Jose Louies told Newsweek the snake species does not attack unless provoked and kissing it "crosses the limits."
Joe Rogan isn't surprised to see billionaire MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Jeff Bezos, get divorced from a schoolteacher. The comedian and podcast host shared a scrapped stand-up bit he'd written about the situation on The Joe Rogan Experience (JRE). Scott was married to Bezos from 1993 to 2019 when she...
"You shouldn't revoke her access to the cards," one commenter advised. "You should revoke her access to the kids."
The property was completely vacant with the exception of some building materials.
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A dog relaxing in the passenger seat has had 3.3 million views, with one TikToker writing, "It's the paw through the window that does it. He's in the moment."
Stockton police in California believe they have CCTV footage of the serial killer they're after. Prof David Wilson told Newsweek, "I think he will be caught."
"It's like she sees a bug, she screams. She thinks someone is chasing her, she screams. She jumps off a swing, she screams," the man wrote.
Psychiatrist Carly Snyder, M.D. told Newsweek there was definitely something "odd" about the circumstances around the story.
Meghan Markle discussed LA, including its multi-cultural heritage and also the beating of Rodney King, during the latest episode of her podcast "Archetypes."
Just before the latest instalment dropped, TLC teased a cryptic foreshadowing from star Janelle, which sent fans into a rage.
The English singer has been ordered to stand trial over allegations he copied his hit song "Thinking Out Loud" from Marvin Gaye's classic "Let's Get It On."
Bill Ballard did not realize he was surfing next to a huge shark until a nearby aircraft's passengers were close enough to warn him, screaming, "Shark, shark!"
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"Sounds like this incident in her mind was the last straw of a slew of other things she deems wuss-like-behavior," one commenter noted.
Workers at a facility in Staten Island, New York, were demanding to be sent home with pay after a fire.
One user said, "She should've asked permission first of all. But hiding it until it was legal and not easily changed was 10000% deliberate."