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“Mr. Peabody & Sherman” may not be the best animated feature in theaters, but it’s easily the most educational. Luckily for the kids, it’s a pretty fun movie, too.
Union Station in Kansas City will be turned into Egypt this summer, where visitors will be able to re-create the discovery of King Tut's tomb.
At Egypt's Pyramids, the desperation of vendors to sell can be a little frightening for some tourists.
A Northeast D.C. man was sentenced to 120 days in jail Tuesday for killing a sleeping puppy by dropping a 100-pound cement block on its head, prosecutors said.
A Northeast man seeking revenge for a robbery dropped a 100-pound cement block on a sleeping puppy, D.C. police said.
Stress, family medical history or possibly even poison led to the death of Vladimir Lenin, contradicting a popular theory that a sexually transmitted disease debilitated the Soviet Union's founder, a UCLA neurologist said.
Stress, family medical history or possibly even poison led to the death of Vladimir Lenin, contradicting a popular theory that a sexually transmitted disease debilitated the former Soviet Union leader, a UCLA neurologist said Friday.
Obamacare is the Kryptonite of American politics: Not even Superman himself could survive touching this truly terrible law. Witness the latest voluntary victim of President Obama's race toward socialized medicine: one Dr. Donald M. Berwick. Few are more deserving than he. Obamacare is heading for the ash heap of history, where it belongs, and so are the politicians who forced it upon an unwilling America. Good riddance.
Copper ground wires are stolen from a power substation near Pittsburgh, leaving thousands without electricity - the fourth such theft in that area in a week. In California, a statue of a recently deceased therapy dog is stolen from the Marin Humane Society; a spokeswoman speculates, "The statue was made out of bronze, so there are some theories that perhaps somebody was looking to make some money off of it."