Pablo Escobar’s ‘Cocaine Hippos’ Are the First Animals to Be Considered Legal ‘Persons’ in the United States

The United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio has, for the first time, recognized animals as legal persons in the country, according to a press statement from the Animal Legal Defense Fund. The hippos in question live…

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The Original Scream House is Open for a Spooky Halloween Stay with Horror Film Actor David Arquette as the Airbnb Host

Horror fans are invited to a haunted Halloween stay at the original Scream mansion, which will be hosted by iconic slasher film star David Arquette. In honor of the famous 1996 horror film, up to four brave guests will be…

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A Florida Woman Won Two $2 Million Lottery Tickets on the Same Day

A woman in Florida became a multimillionaire earlier this month after claiming two winning lottery tickets on the same day. The Florida Lottery announced the player's win earlier this week in a news release. Susan Fitton, 64, of Boca Raton,…

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Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ First Edition Sells for a Record-Breaking $1.17 Million

Last week, the first edition of Mary Shelley's renowned Gothic novel Frankenstein broke expectations when it fetched a stunning $1.17 million at Christie's. According to sources, the three-volume collection shattered the previous auction record for a woman's printed work. The…

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Broadway Shows are Returning as New York City Theaters Reopen

After a year and a half since the COVID-19 health crisis abruptly closed down New York City's thriving theatrical sector, Broadway performances are slowly beginning to open their doors to the public once more. The return of Broadway signals the…

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Mad Max: Fury Road’s Fleet of Post-Apocalyptic War Rigs is Up for Auction

Thirteen of the film's wild, post-apocalyptic cars, including Max Rockatansky's renowned Interceptor and Furiosa's War Rig, are now up for sale through Lloyds Auctioneers and Valuers in Australia. Fox News Autos has learned exclusively that the vehicles are now co-owned…

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A California Teacher’s Outdoor Kindergarten Classroom Is a Success

Last year, the world was in lockdown, but kindergarteners at Penryn Elementary School in Penryn, California, found sanctuary in the forest thanks to teacher Joyce Mucher's idea of outdoor learning. Mucher's ambition of bringing children outside the classroom and into…

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$5.8 Billion in Student Loan Debt Will Be Forgiven for People with Permanent Disabilities

On Thursday, U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced the cancellation of $5.8 billion in student debts for borrowers with a total and permanent disability. The plan is one of the Biden Administration's most significant efforts to alleviate the student…

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