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Cava-Poo-Chon: Three Breeds Combined To Create ‘Perfect Dog’

Cava-Poo-Chons Perfect Dog

Cava-Poo-Chon dogs are being marketed as perfect pets. The fluffy little dogs were created by crossbreeding the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Bichon Frise, and Toy Poodle. The result is a 10-15 pound dog which is portable, mild-mannered, and hypoallergenic. The designer dogs are the work of Steven and Linda Rogers. The couple owns Timshell Farm… Read more »

Boeing Dreamlifter Take Off Delayed Over Fears Of Crash? [Watch Live Video]

Boeing Dreamlifter Takes Off From Kansas After Wrong Airport Landing

The Boeing Dreamlifter 747 cargo plane is trying to take off in Kansas after accidentally landing at the wrong airport yesterday. We’re just hoping everything goes as planned and many people are nervously waiting for the huge plane to begin its attempted departure. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Boeing might have considered renaming their… Read more »

Rare Long-Nosed Chimaera Fish Caught In Canada

Unusual Fish Identified

A rare long-nosed chimaera was caught in Canada’s Davis Strait. Although it was initially thought to be goblin shark, a researcher with the Ocean Tracking Network identified the creature as a rarely seen species. A fisherman aboard a Nunavut vessel caught the unusual fish. He posted photos online, which led to wild speculation about the… Read more »

Town’s Giant Mushroom Will Spark New Year’s Eve Celebrations


A town near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is planning to unleash a giant mushroom on its inhabitants for the community’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration. Kennett Square, which is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania located 40 miles outside of Philadelphia, is famous for producing the fungus, which is why it plans to uniquely celebrate the onset… Read more »

McDonald’s Employee Tips: Eat Less, Spend Less, And Stop Complaining

McDonalds Drive Thru

Leaked McDonald’s employee tips have taken the internet by storm. In order to provide their workers with helpful information that could theoretically improve their daily lives, the fast food behemoth posts all sorts of hints and tips over at McResource Line. However, don’t bother clicking that link; unless you’re currently employed by the company, you… Read more »

Black Friday TV Deals: Where To Get The Most For Your Money

Black Friday TV deals

Black Friday is a day when consumers can save thousands of dollars on purchases as retailers attempt to boost their sales. Often, the best deals to be had are on large-ticket items like TV’s. Consumer Reports scanned this year’s Black Friday TV deals from all of the major retailers of electrical items, including Best Buy,… Read more »

NYPD SUV Assault: Undercover Biker Cop Says ‘Not Guilty’

Detective Wojciech Braszczok

The brutal biker SUV assault caught on camera in September was back in the news on Wednesday when an NYPD officer alleged to have participated in the attack pleaded not guilty to the charges against him in Manhattan Supreme Court. Another three of the bikers from the group were also in court, and they also… Read more »

Psychic Sylvia Browne Dead At 77

Sylvia Browne dies

World-renowned psychic Sylvia Browne has died at age 77. A message posted to Browne’s Facebook page said that she died at 7:10 am at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, California. Her son, Chris, confirmed the death to TMZ, adding that his mother was surrounded by friends and family when she passed away. “For nearly… Read more »

George W. Bush Popularity Beats Obama’s Approval Rating In 2013

George W. Bush Popularity Beats Obama's Approval Rating In 2013

Is George W. Bush popular now? Well, his 2013 popularity ratings are beating President Obama’s approval ratings. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, George W. Bush has been suffering from a heart condition this year. Despite being life threatening, Bush joked he “didn’t behave that well when I was younger and I might have smoked… Read more »

President Obama Awards Medal Of Freedom To Bill Clinton, Others

Presidential Medal Of Freedom.

President Obama followed in the footsteps of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, and awarded the Medal of Freedom to Bill Clinton and others, just two days before the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination. The Medal of Freedom is the highest honor a civilian can receive for their contributions to the… Read more »

Billy Graham Hospitalized

Billy Graham In Hospital

Billy Graham was taken to Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina with severe chest congestion. Family spokesman Mark DeMoss said the former televangelist was treated for a similar ailment earlier this month. DeMoss said Graham is expected to return home before the end of the week. On November 7, Graham celebrated his 95th birthday with… Read more »

Nelsonville Earthquake: 3.5 Magnitude Quake Hits Ohio Town [Breaking]

Ohio earthquake

Nelsonville, Ohio experienced a 3.5 magnitude earthquake around 1:30 pm today. The tremors from the quake stretched more than 40 miles away in multiple directions. The southern Ohio town is located about 64 miles from Columbus. Damage from the Nelsonville earthquake remains unknown at this time. The earthquake reportedly took place 4.9 miles beneath the… Read more »

Medical Jet Crash Off Florida Coast Leaves Four Dead

Medical jet crash

A medical jet crash off the coast of Florida has left four people dead. Initially, only two bodies were found by the U.S. Coast guard, who searched a 30 square mile area trying to find the other two bodies. The jet, which was carrying medical supplies, crashed into the water at around 8 p.m. Tuesday… Read more »

Cyber Monday Deals And Tips

Cyber Monday Deals

Cyber Monday is set to rival Black Friday for holiday sales. Although shoppers are already lining up outside Best Buy, others prefer the convenience of shopping from home. In addition to relieving the stress of holiday shopping, consumers often find better deals online. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, and the unofficial start of… Read more »

Potter Stamps Released By USPS Cause Controversy

Potter Stamps released by USPS cause controversy

Potter stamps were released by the USPS on Tuesday in an effort to shake off its financial difficulties, but this angered many collectors. The decision by the United States Postal Service to include characters from the super successful franchise Harry Potter has made fans of the books very happy. Some of the more familiar Harry… Read more »

Amsterdam Alcoholics Can Now Work For The City, Get Paid In Beer

Amsterdam Alcoholics

Amsterdam doesn’t believe in letting its alcoholics sleep rough in the streets. According to an AFP report, the city is willing to employ them and pay them – in beer! This initiative is part of a government-funded program called the Rainbow Foundation Project. For cleaning the streets of Amsterdam, alcoholics are paid about 10 euros,… Read more »

Charlotte Zolotow Dies: Beloved Children’s Author Dead At 98

Charlotte Zolotow Dies: Beloved Children's Author Dead At 98

Charlotte Zolotow was a distinguished editor and children’s author with a knack for taking emotionally touchy subjects like anger and death and conveying them in a way children can understand. The 98-year-old author died this week at her home in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Zolotow’s daughter, children’s author Crescent Dragonwagon, confirmed the death. Charlotte Zolotow was… Read more »

Peak Oil Hasn’t Been Averted, World Economy Still At Risk [Study]

Peak Oil Still On The Way, Shale Gas Not A Solution

Peak oil is still on the way and it’s not going to be pretty. At least, this is what a recent study examining oil production across the globe has found. The report comes from a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed study which seems to shoot down recent claims made by oil industry insiders and other sources. In fact,… Read more »

George Zimmerman Bond Set At $9,000, Must Surrender All Guns

George Zimmerman Bail Set At 9000

George Zimmerman’s bond has been set at $9,000 after he was arrested Monday after allegedly pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend. The Inquisitr reported Monday that Zimmerman was arrested and booked by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office in Florida on Monday after police say he pointed the shotgun at his girlfriend during an argument. The… Read more »

Bitcoin Bubble: Senate Holds A Hearing On Virtual Currency

Bitcoin Bubble

Some are arguing there’s a Bitcoin bubble, even as the US Senate holds a hearing on virtual currency. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a company recently raised 9$ million to boost mainstream bitcoin use. The Bitcoin market price has been fluctuating all over the map, hitting $400 last week to rise all the way… Read more »

Kmart’s Joe Boxer Christmas Commercial Sparks Controversy [Video]

Kmart Joe Boxer commercial

Every holiday season, there’s a commercial that steals the thunder from all the rest. This year it’s Kmart’s Joe Boxer Christmas commercial that has stolen the limelight, and has received a bit of controversy. The commercial is full of Christmas spirit, but probably not in the way you’re used to. The 55-second commercial, titled “Show… Read more »