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Woman held in psych ward over Obama Twitter claim
A Long Island woman’s insistence that President Obama follows her on Twitter made doctors at the Harlem Hospital psych ward think she was delusional and suffering from bipolar disorder — but she was actually telling the truth, a lawsuit charges.
Police can't crack case of home pelted with eggs for a year
An 85-year-old man says his suburban Cleveland home has been pelted with eggs several times a week for a year, and police haven't been able to crack the unusual case despite stakeouts, questioning neighbours, installing a surveillance camera and even test
Polish castle to host real-life wizarding school
Fans of the Harry Potter series and the magical arts have launched a crowdsourcing campaign that aims to bring a College of Wizardry to life, and -- if all goes well -- turn a castle in Poland into a permanent school of sorcery.
Cops discover 128 dogs crammed in U-Haul
Two women who run an animal rescue operation are facing aggravated animal cruelty charges after cops caught them with more than 100 dogs and one cat stuffed in the back of a U-Haul truck without food, water, or adequate air, police said.
Meet the woman who can’t feel fear
“Tell me what fear is,” Tranel began.
“Well, that’s what I’m trying to — to be honest, I truly have no clue,” SM said, her voice raspy. That’s actually a
symptom of the condition that stole fear from her. Urbach-Wieth disease, which is characterized b
Hermaphroditic cat to get gender assignment surgery
Mittens is a seemingly regular household cat that enjoys being scratched under the chin and chasing a piece of string around, but there's one thing about a Newfoundland family's pet that sets it apart – Mittens is a hermaphrodite.
Coquitlam police searching for naked hiker
Coquitlam police are searching for a man spotted backpacking in the buff. The man, described as a Caucasian, between 20 and 25 years old and with an athletic build, has been seen at least three times hiking around Crystal Falls trail.
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