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Deer With Fangs Spotted For The First Time In 60 Years

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Four rare deer with fangs were spotted in northeast Afghanistan. The Wildlife Conservation Society confirmed a male, two females, and a juvenile were observed on three separate occasions. Wildlife officials said the species have not been seen or recorded in more than 60 years. Kashmir musk deer are commonly called “deer with fangs,” as the… Read more »

After Lagging Sales, Pizza Hut Replaces CEO

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Despite being one of the biggest names in the pizza industry, Pizza Hut has been struggling in the market lately. A previous Inquisitr report revealed that Pizza Hut’s third quarter earnings were lagging far behind targets for 2014. Domino’s seems to be the primary competitor drawing from Pizza Hut’s sales. Sales estimates were off as… Read more »

Griffith Park Attack: Suspect Arrested In Brutal Assault

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California authorities have confirmed an arrest in Monday’s Griffith Park attack. Although the suspect was not identified by name, he was arrested at approximately 7:30 p.m. on Monday evening. Authorities said the suspect matched an eyewitness description. On Monday afternoon, the victim was discovered on a Griffith Park hiking trail. Authorities confirmed the man, who… Read more »

Joni Ernst: Is Iowa About To Elect Its First Female Senator?

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Joni Ernst will become the first female Senator from Iowa if the midterm 2014 vote tallies go her way. The Iowa Republican recently met with members of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity at Iowa State University and a protest broke out, according to tweets from the National Review. Ernst was likely quite surprised when about… Read more »

Curious Elephants Toy With GoPro In Zimbabwe

After approaching the camera, the elephants began to toy with it.

A pair of filmmakers captured astonishing footage in Africa, when a herd of bull elephants approached their GoPro camera, and began to investigate it. Mike and Marian Myers were attempting to film two wild dogs near a watering hole in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe when the unexpected encounter with the elephants occurred, as the… Read more »

Obama Racial Bias Housing Regulation Shot Down By Federal Judge

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A housing bias regulation was just thrown out in federal court. The Obama administration-issued rule maintained that racial bias could be based upon “seemingly neutral practices” that could ultimately prompt a “discriminatory effect.” The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved the regulation in 2013. The Fair Housing Act of 1968 was only… Read more »

Disney World Fire Latest In Accidents For The Orlando Theme Park

Disney World fire the latest in accidents for the Orlando theme park.

A Disney World fire temporarily shut down the ever popular Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride this past Saturday in Florida. The Disney World fire began when the embers from the nearby Magic Kingdom fireworks display landed on one of the ride’s buildings and started the fire. The fireworks are a nightly Disney World tradition. There… Read more »

Where Do I Vote: 2014 Midterm Elections Likely To See Low Turnout

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The polls open early across America today leaving many to ask “Where do I vote?” Its a fair question for those interested in having a hand in the direction of the country. Yet, without the inclusion of a presidential election, midterm elections routinely see relatively low voter turnout. According to Fairvote.org, turnout of eligible voters… Read more »

Coffee With Cats: America’s First Cat Cafe Opens In Oakland

First Cat Cafe Opens In The U.S.

Cat lovers can now celebrate with the opening of the first permanent cat café in the United States. On Saturday, Cat Town Cafe in Oakland, California opened its doors to feline loving customers who want to spend quality time with cute kitties while sipping a hot cup of coffee. The concept of a cat café… Read more »

Mother Of Murdered Infant Requests Clemency For Her Baby’s Killer

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In 1999, Charles Frederick Warner was convicted of sexual assault and first-degree murder for the death of his ex-girlfriend’s 11-month-old daughter, Adrianna Waller. He was given the death penalty and is reportedly scheduled to be executed by lethal injection at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary on Jan. 15 of next year. Although his request for clemency… Read more »