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Gay Bull of Ireland Afforded Sanctuary in Britain

Benjy, dubbed the gay bull of Ireland, which was set to be slaughtered for failing to mate with any heifers, has been offered a reprieve, with the help of The Simpsons co-creator Sam Simon. Simon, who is battling colon cancer, has been contributing much of his estimated net worth of $100 million to animal rights causes, and is footing the …

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Nikki Reed Demos New Song, Somerhalder Gushes

Actress and musician Nikki Reed demonstrated a new song on her Instagram page, and beau Ian Somerhalder followed suit. A snippet of the track, entitled “Fly With You,” displays standard pop fare, though Somerhalder made quite an effort to exhibit his pride in Reed’s work. The Vampire Diaries actor took to Instagram and wrote: Wow! I can’t wait for you …

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Norovirus Sickens 172 on Princess Cruises Ship

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Sunday that 172 passengers of a U.S.-based Princess Cruises ship touring the Pacific have been infected with Norovirus. The ship in question, the “Crown Princess,” had a similar outbreak in April, when over 150 passengers became infected. The vessel also had a Norovirus incident in December, 2012, when 102 passengers were infected. …

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Demi Moore’s Daughter Talks Ashton Kutcher

During a recent interview, starlet Rumer Willis opened up about the marriage between her mother Demi Moore, and her ex-husband Ashton Kutcher. Willis, 26, recalled how chaotic it might have been for Kutcher to have been in a relationship with an older woman with three daughters. Kutcher was 25 when he began dating Moore in 2003, who was 41 at …

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Sue Ann Hamm Plans to Appeal $1 Billion Settlement

Sue Ann Hamm, who was awarded roughly $1 billion in cash and assets in a divorce settlement this week, feels that she was entitled to more, and plans to appeal the ruling. Sue Ann is the ex-wife of Harold Hamm, an Oklahoma oil baron worth an estimated $13.5 billion. Sue Ann’s settlement comprises around six percent of Harold’s holdings, Attorney …

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Large Whale Beached in Nicaragua, Locals Help

A massive whale, thought to be a humpback, beached itself on the shores of Nicaragua’s southern coast Friday. Locals and tourists tried to intervene, and push it back out to sea, but were unsuccessful by the time the sun was setting. According to Mario Rodriguez, the Nicaraguan Environment Ministry’s delegate stationed in the region, the female whale, estimated to be …

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Fresno State Student Sexually Assaults Sheep

Fresno State University police arrested an intoxicated student after he allegedly had sex with a sheep in the campus agricultural barn. According to the police report, the incident occurred at around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. The unidentified computer science student told the arresting officers that he had drank an “unknown amount of beverages,” before being booked at Fresno County Jail. The …

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Ohio Inmates Build Ladder for Prison Break

Three Lima, Ohio prison inmates spent months building a 13.5 foot ladder which they used to escape back in September. A state prison report released Friday revealed that T.J. Lane, Lindsey Bruce and Clifford Opperud were all quickly apprehended. One of the inmates had previously made headlines – On February 27, 2012, Lane went on a shooting rampage at Chardon …

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Tsunami Warning After Indonesia Quake Cancelled

A magnitude 7.3 earthquake hit at 10:31 am Saturday morning, local time, off the coast of the Maluku Islands in eastern Indonesia, prompting the issue of a tsunami warning, which was later called off. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake struck at a depth of 29 miles, with the epicenter being roughly 83 miles northwest of Kota Ternate. The …

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Laura Ingalls Wilder Autobiography Due Monday

Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House series of short stories that loosely inspired plotlines of the popular television series Little House on the Prairie, will have her memoirs posthumously published Monday. The South Dakota State Historical Society Press is releasing Prairie Girl: The Annotated Autobiography, which Wilder unsuccessfully tried to have published before the Little House on the …

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Ebola Nurse Action Figure Now Available

A toy manufacturer called Herobuilders has designed the “Case-E Ebola Nurse Action Figure.” While Herobuilders insists that Case-E has nothing to do with the once quarantined nurse Kaci Hickox, the doll is obviously a simulacrum of the Ebola-free Doctors Without Borders member. Hickox, who was quarantined in New Jersey and then ordered to self-monitor in Maine for the Ebola virus, …

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Kaci Hickox “Back to Normal” Post Ebola Quarantine

Kaci Hickox, the nurse who was quarantined in New Jersey and then ordered to self-monitor in Maine for the Ebola virus, said her life is “back to normal,” after completing a 21-day period with no symptoms. Doctors Without Borders member Hickox returned from Sierra Leone on October 24, and was involuntarily quarantined at New Jersey’s University Hospital by Gov. Chris …

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