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Woman burgled by Facebook ‘friend’ after she posted she was going away

Stacey Grant was with her family in Las Vegas when they received a call from police that their home in Fontana, California had been burglarized.

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16 Alarming Airline Secrets You’ll Wish You Never Heard

Previously, we’ve had minor freak-outs upon learning that people habitually steal airplane life jackets and the flight crew will refill your water bottle if you ask. But have you ever wondered if pilots stay awake the whole flight, or if anyone’s touched your complimentary pillow before? [Spoiler alert: LOTS of people have.] A curious Reddit […]

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The mysterious triangular craft pictured flying over Texas

Two amateur photographers captured the craft over Amarillio – but experts say it is shaped like no known plane.

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How did this paper get an A-: UNC faces more allegations of fraud

An awful 146-word term paper littered with grammatical errors that is barely even readable has become a potent visual symbol of the University of North Carolina’s fake classes scandal.

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Woman films driver as he tailgates her – then crashes

Tracy Lynn Sloan caught the whole thing on camera – which allowed police to swiftly arrest the driver, Jeffrey Travis White, after he fled the scene in Tampa, Florida.

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Key stroke of genius from teen who can save government $400m a year

Pennsylvania student Suvir Mirchandani, pictured, could help the government save nearly $400 million a year thanks to his ingenious science fair project.

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Selena Gomez will be ‘subpoenaed to testify in Justin lawsuit’

Selena Gomez is reportedly set to be subpoenaed next week to testify in one of Justin Bieber’s photographer lawsuits.

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Bank accidentally deposited $31,000 into the account of an 18-year-old

A Georgia teenager went on an epic shopping spree after a bank error in his favor netted him more than $30,000 earlier this month – he spent about $25,000 in only 10 days, police said.

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More than 100 cats removed from twin sisters’ filthy house

Animal welfare officers and police were forced to wear gas masks as they removed more than 130 cats from the Houston home of 60-year-old twin sisters yesterday.

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