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Watch Kung Fu Crane Defeat Three Tigers At A Zoo In Hangzhou, China

Crane

Several tourists at the Fuyang Wildlife Park in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, captured on their cell phone cameras on Saturday a Kung Fu-style encounter between a red-crowned crane and three young tigers. The crane put the tigers to shame by standing his ground and fending them off in their enclosure. For many Chinese Kung Fu… Read more »

Rachael Farrokh: 40-Pound Anorexic Actress Begs For Help

Rachael Farrokh anorexic actress

Actress Rachael Farrokh made headlines by recently releasing a YouTube video that focuses on her real-life struggle with anorexia nervosa. Daily Mail reports that the 37-year-old woman has suffered from the eating disorder for over a decade. Her condition and overall health has drastically declined in recent months. According to the report, the 5’7″ actress’… Read more »

Girl’s Lemonade Stand Succeeds In Reaping In More Than $15K

Lemonade Stand Started By Alyssa De La Sala

A lemonade stand became a huge success, generating more than $15,000 in donations. Alyssa De La Sala, a 10-year-old girl living with her family in Tampa, Florida, lost her home to an electrical fire two years ago. With the help of her 13-year-old brother Damien, Alyssa started a lemonade stand to bring in money to… Read more »

Banks Fined In Forex Scandal, Is $5.7 Billion Too Little?

Banks Fined In Forex Scandal

A recent Forex scandal has rocked high-finance and left five banks with hefty criminal fines. JPMorgan, Barclays, Citigroup, and RBS, have pleaded guilty conspiring to manipulate foreign exchange (Forex) rates while a fifth bank, UBS AG, pleaded guilty to a different related charge. In total, the banks were fined roughly $5.7 billion in the U.S…. Read more »

Yellowstone Evacuation 2015: The Yellowstone Supervolcano Causes Panic Again

Yellowstone Evacuation 2015

The Yellowstone National Park is at the center of another supervolcano scare. Social media reports have indicated that the park is quietly closing down roads and evacuating tourists as the threat of the Yellowstone supervolcano eruption is imminent. However, are the concerns based in logic, or is an impending eruption simply fear mongering? This isn’t… Read more »

Democratic Representative Says Congress Needs A Pay Raise — Claims $174,000 Per Year Leads To ‘Sackcloth And Ashes’ [Video]

Alcee Hastings

Democratic Representative of Florida Alcee Hastings has been notoriously known for statements made in the past, especially towards conservative views and entities. Once such example is when he called Texas, a prominently conservative state, “crazy,” as reported by the Inquisitr. Now, Alcee Hastings is at it again, making statements that are causing quite a debate…. Read more »

WWI Hero’s Purple Heart Returned To His Grandson

Purple Heart

A WWI hero’s Purple Heart is being returned to his grandson decades after it was misplaced. Joseph Hardy said he found the medal in his father’s attic in the 1990s. Although Daniel W. Quinlan’s name was carved into the combat decoration, Hardy had no idea where to find the soldier or his family. A member… Read more »

It’s Not My Bill, Woman Sues Debt Collector Wins $83 Million

Woman wins $83 in debt collector lawsuit

A Missouri woman won $83 million in a lawsuit against a debt collector who tried to sue her for a credit card bill that wasn’t hers. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, acted maliciously when it tried to squeeze $1,000 from Maria Guadalupe Mejia when the debt actually belonged to a man in another state with a… Read more »

Did Natalee Holloway Witness Make Up His Whole Story?

Natalee Holloway and her mom Beth.

Natalee Holloway still hasn’t been found, and now, officials in Aruba claim that the latest lead in her case is a lie. The New York Daily News reports that the office of the Chief Prosecutor in the tourist town has released a statement, and it directly contrasts with what the so-called tipster told the media…. Read more »

El Paso Children’s Hospital Disappoints Community

El Paso Children's

The El Paso Children’s Hospital is a young institution, just over 3-years-old, and like a young child, has made a rash decision, which many in the community view as irresponsible and a grievous mistake. In 2007, El Paso voters approved construction of the El Paso Children’s Hospital, and the facility opened in February of 2012…. Read more »