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Owen Weldon

Digital Journalist based in massachusetts, United States. Joined on Jan 23, 2007
Expertise in Movies, Weight loss, Video games, Yoga & pilates, Exercise & fitness,   see all» General business news & info, Music, Celebrities, Nightlife, clubbing, Internet, Politics, Dating & relationships, Entertainment, Travel, Social media

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Child suspended after being bullied for wearing pro-Trump hat

A 12-year-old student from the St. Louis area was bulled for wearing a 'Make America Great Again' hat. He was then suspended over the incident.

Man mauled to death by tigers after climbing into their enclosure

Ningbo - On Sunday, a father was mauled to death by three tigers at a zoo in China after he climbed into their enclosure. The man's wife and child witnessed the attack.

Millionaire giving away entire home for free

Preston - Marco Robinson, a millionaire from England who used to sleep rough on the streets, is giving away an entire fully-furnished home for free.

Wet Seal going out of business, closing all 171 stores

Wet Seal, a retailer focused on teen fashion, is going out of business and will close all of its stores across the nation.

Mass. proposed bill wants 100 percent renewable energy by 2035

Lawmakers in the state of Massachusetts wants the state to rely on renewable resources by 2035, so they have proposed a bill.

Baby born with four legs and two penises

On Saturday, a baby in India was born with four legs and two penises. The child was born at 4:23am and doctors said it was a normal delivery.

Watch made from Swiss cheese is selling for $1 million

The company M. Hoser & Cie launched a brand new watch. The watch is called the Swiss Mad Watch, and it was made with cheese.

Amazon is going to train veterans for jobs in tech

As part of the Joining Forces initiative, Amazon will go through with its plans to train thousands of veterans for jobs in the tech industry.

$70K worth of cocaine found in Jamaican beef patties at JFK

New York - On Thursday, Officials at JFK airport in NYC said customs agents found four pounds of cocaine hidden in a box of Jamaican beef patties. belonging to a Jamaican woman.

Dog forced into rushing water while making A Dog's Purpose

Filmmakers for the Hollywood film 'A Dog's Purpose' have been criticized after footage shows them forcing a dog into water against its will.

An entire mall sells for $100 at auction

Pittsburgh - The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills Mall was once valued at $190 million, but earlier in the week it sold for $100 at an auction.

El Salvador has first murder-free day in two years

A few days ago, police in El Salvador said it had gone a full 24 hours without any murders, which is rare in a country that has been plagued by gang warfare.

Takata fined $1 billion over exploding airbag scandal

Takata, the Japanese car parts maker, will pay $1 billion in penalties in the United States for concealing defects in its exploding airbags.

FedEx to offer in-store package services at Walgreens

FedEx and Walgreens have partnered up to offer pickup and drop-off services at Walgreens' locations across the United States.

Amazon to create 100,000 jobs in U.S. by 2018

Over the next 18 months, Amazon has plans to create 100,000 full-time jobs in the United States, which will include full benefits.

Vegan woman denied Swiss passport for being annoying

Gipf-oberfrick - A woman in Switzerland has been denied a Swiss passport because residents thought her animal rights campaigning was annoying.

Woman, 25, dies of cervical cancer after begging for tests

Sunderland - A 25-year-old woman recently died after she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. This came after she was previously refused a smear test because she was told she was too young.

Elderly woman in wheelchair pushed onto train tracks by man

Leszno - An elderly woman was pushed onto the train tracks by a man she met while on a train. The man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

Amazon will soon start accepting food stamps

Starting this summer, Amazon will start accepting food stamps from the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) program. Seven other online food retailers will start accepting SNAP, too.

Martin Shkreli suspended from Twitter for harassing woman

Recently, Martin Shkreli went on a Twitter rant about writer Lauren Duca. Apparently he direct-messaged her asking her to go to the inauguration to her, and when she turned him down, he allegedly harassed her.
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