Disney, WikiLeaks, and Roman Skulls: News Bites
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Malala Yousafzai, the 16-year-old schoolgirl who was shot by the Taliban last year for her outspoken advocacy of girls’ education in her native Pakistan.
Magic Kingdom secures a place in hell…
An NYPD undercover detective is among seven bikers facing charges for chasing an SUV through Manhattan, surrounding the vehicle, dragging the driver from the vehicle and beating him senseless in front of his family.
The 64-year-old swimmer finished her 48-hour swim Thursday after raising $103,000 for Superstorm Sandy victims.
Kratom is a mild, leaf-shaped stimulant that grows in Thailand. The Thai Minister for Justice, Pradit Sintavanarong, announced that he wants the kratom leaf removed from the country’s illicit drugs list; claiming it could help wean addicts off of methamphetamine.
No what’s crazy? When you do some digging in the London Underground system and find 16th century Roman skulls.
Assange denounces the film as “deceitful” and “toxic.”
"I am not sure my son will be returning to the U.S. again,” his father said.
The government shutdown is costing them too much in tourist dollars.
The key to detecting Alzheimer’s may be as simple as a scoop of peanut butter.