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German nudist chases down boar who snatched his laptopA German nudist has had the last laugh after giving chase to a wild boar that ran off with a bag containing his laptop
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - In this file photo dated Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, Palmerston, the Foreign Office cat sits on a photographer's ladder at Downing Street in London.  It is announced Friday Aug. 7, 2020, that Palmerston is retiring from his hectic city job, and will retire to the countryside after four long, hard years on the job. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
'Chief mouser' Palmerston retires as UK's top diplomatic catTime spent in lockdown was just superb for Palmerston, the chief mouser at the U.K. Foreign Office
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Minnesota man sells '57 pickup for $75 he paid 44 years agoA Minnesota man has sold the 1957 Chevy pickup he drove for 44 years for $75, the same price he paid decades ago
The Associated Press1 day ago
This July 2020 photo shows Kjersten and Greg Offenecker, the owners of a Civil War-era mansion turned bed and breakfast in St. Johns, Mich.   The owners of the bed and breakfast have removed a Norwegian flag outside of their business after being accused of promoting racism from people who think that it is a Confederate flag.  Kjersten and Greg Offenecker, owners of The Nordic Pineapple, hung the flag opposite of the American flag after they moved into the Civil War-era mansion in 2018. The red flag, with a blue cross superimposed on a white cross, is a nod to Kjersten Offenbecker’s grandfather, who was born in Norway.  (Matthew Dae Smith/Lansing State Journal via AP)
Couple in Confederate flag flap finds Scandinavian solutionA Michigan couple who came under attack for displaying the Norwegian flag because some observers mistook it for a Confederate flag have found another way to show their Scandinavian pride
The Associated Press1 day ago
Woman with husband's bones gets close look at Munich AirportPolice at Munich Airport got a surprise when they searched a wooden box that turned out to contain the bones of a 74-year-old passenger's dead husband
The Associated Press3 days ago
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Jill Karofsky is sworn in by fellow Justice Rebecca Dallet, right, as her children, Danny and Daphne, and former Gov. Jim Doyle look on. Karofsky took the oath Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020, in Basco, Wis., during a break in a 100-mile run. (Patrick Marley/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP)
New Wisconsin justice sworn in during ultramarathonNew Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Jill Karofsky has finished her 100-mile ultramarathon after being sworn in mid-run
The Associated Press4 days ago
FILE - In this March 6, 2018 file photo, Billy McFarland, the promoter of the failed Fyre Festival in the Bahamas, leaves federal court after pleading guilty to wire fraud charges in New York. More than three years after the highly publicized Fyre Festival famously fizzled out in the Bahamas, merchandise and other "minor assets" are available for purchase, courtesy the U.S. Marshals Service from Texas-based Gaston & Sheehan Auctioneers. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
US Marshals put Fyre Festival merchandise up for auctionThe U.S. Marshals Service is putting merchandise and other “minor assets” from the Fyre Festival up for auction, more than three years after the highly publicized event notoriously fizzled out in the Bahamas
The Associated Press5 days ago
RI issues tax refunds signed by Walt Disney, Mickey MouseRhode Island mistakenly sent more than 175 tax refund checks signed by Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse
The Associated Press6 days ago
Rhode Island boy digs up massive 2 1/2-pound molluskAn 11-year-old Rhode Island boy clamming with his grandfather found a giant quahog that is thought to be one of the largest ever harvested in state waters
The Associated Press6 days ago
This undated photo provided by the Bank of Korea on Friday, July 31, 2020, shows South Korean banknotes damaged after being put in a washing machine in South Korea. A person living in Ansan city, near Seoul, placed an unspecified amount of 50,000-won ($42) bills in a washing machine earlier this year, according to the bank. (Bank of Korea via AP)
S. Korean tries washing money over virus fears, suffers lossMoney laundering is not a good idea, as a South Korean found out when he or she put banknotes in a washing machine to remove possible traces of the coronavirus
The Associated Press7 days ago
Farmer Joe Marszalkowski holds a prosthetic leg, Monday, July 27, 2020, that he found Sunday in a soybean field on his farm in West Addison, Vt. The leg was lost by double amputee Chris Marckres while skydiving on Saturday. (Jack Thurston/NECN and NBC10 Boston via AP)
Farmer returns prosthetic leg that skydiver lost during jumpA Vermont skydiver who lost his prosthetic leg during a jump has it back, thanks to a farmer who spotted it in a soybean field
The Associated Press9 days ago
In this photo taken and released by Leanne Byrne, an emu named Carol, three years old and raised from an egg, walks around behind a fence, July 5, 2020, in Yaraka, in the Longreach Region, Queensland, Australia, population 13. An Australian Outback pub has banned two emus, Carol and another, for “bad behavior” after they learned to climb the stairs and created havoc inside. The two large, flightless birds were already adept at stealing food from people in a lightly populated Queensland state outpost. (Leanne Byrne via AP)
Australian Outback pub bans messy emus for 'bad behavior'An Australian Outback pub has banned two emus for “bad behavior” after they learned to climb the stairs and created havoc inside
The Associated Press10 days ago
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