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And the toothsome teen may be the next roaring bad boy of Los Angeles. The Tyrannosaurus rex trio unveiled Wednesday at the Natural History Museum contains the youngest, the rarest and the hungriest-looking specimens in the world, paleontologists
Tim Good alerted us to this story of how the US Border Patrol did a random search on a Canadian woman's car as she crossed the border into Minnesota, and told her she had illegal contraband in her car in the form of a Kinder Surprise Egg . I'd never
The family of the fifteen year old Juarez teenager who was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in June of last year will file a lawsuit in federal court on Monday. The lawyers' intent to file is announced in the http://www.
ET Sue the T-Rex is being assembled at the Museum of Natural History in Halifax. (CBC) A fascinating piece of prehistoric history goes on display Saturday at the Museum of Natural History in Halifax the world's most exquisite remains of a
December 6th, 2010 by Castina Ashton Kutcher is threatening to sue the bosses of adult film studio Vivid Entertainment after his name was used to hawk a sex tape starring his alleged former mistress. In August, Brittany Jones, 21, claimed that after
Two of the top candy makers in the world are implicated in a legal battle! The Hershey Company is suing Mars Inc. because they feel that Mars has copied their packaging in many ways. Hershey is claiming that
Mexico As an unforgiving midday sun bore down on the pine-forested mountains here, a half-dozen men perched across a steep hillside wrestled back mounds of weeds to uncover wisps of knee-high seedlings. Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times
Two Canadian paleontologists who re-examined the muscle and bone structure of Tyrannosaurus rex have determined that the iconic king of the dinosaurs used its massive tail to generate much more speed and predatory power than previously thought. The
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has been sued for 2 million pounds by his father-in-law, Chris Hutcheson, for what he termed as “unfair dismissal”, and has hired law firm Schillings to represent him in the legal proceedings.
A Frederick man is going to prison for life without parole for fatally shooting his estranged wife in his home. Sixty-six-year-old Franklin Metz was sentenced Wednesday in Frederick County Circuit Court. A jury convicted Metz last month of killing 60-