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Saturday, January 25, 2014
A frog's evening serenade beckons his would-be suitors but also summons competition from rivals and attracts predators, making dating a dangerous endeavor, international researchers said Thursday.
Nissan went too far with a TV commercial that depicts its Frontier pickup truck powering up a sandy hill to save a struggling dune buggy, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Friday, January 24, 2014
S. Africa gov't orders removal of rabbit from Mandela statue's ear
The South African government has ordered the removal of a rabbit that was secretly sculpted into a recently unveiled statue of Nelson Mandela, an official said Wednesday.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
As French President Francois Hollande wades through the fallout of revelations he has been having an affair with an actress, companies are looking to drum up business by having a laugh at his expense.
Monday, January 20, 2014
'African Queen' returns to Nile waters
Sixty years after Humphrey Bogart steered her through crocodile infested waters, the African Queen is back plying the Nile.
Saturday, January 18, 2014
Music lovers flock to Nashville, marvel at the goodies, gratis
Nashville's history is so intertwined with music and creative expression that tunes seem to pour from every door and window.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Tortoise beats rabbit as owners bring their pets to compete in China ski-off
A tortoise beat a rabbit in a skiing competition held for pets and their owners in China, a report said on Tuesday.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Chinese President Xi Jinping's (習近平) unexpected visit last month has largely increased visibility a local bun shop, which is seeking to transform itself into a national franchise business.
British newspapers on Saturday leapt on allegations that Francois Hollande is having an affair with an actress, splashing the story over the front pages and poking fun at the French president.
Two antique American gold coins sold for more than US$7.8 million when they went under the hammer in Florida, auction organizers confirmed Friday.
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