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Watch Florida fisherman reel in 552-lb Atlantic goliath grouper

Sanibel - A Florida fisherman, Jon Black, reeled in a 552-pound Atlantic goliath grouper fish from a Kayak while fishing in Sanibel, Fla., on 20 May. The catch is believed to be the biggest goliath grouper ever caught from a kayak.

Op-Ed: US pushing plans to directly arm Sunni tribes and Kurds in Iraq

Baghdad - Sunni fighters defending Ramadi complain that they were defeated by the Islamic State fighters because they had not received either payment or US military equipment from the Iraqi central government.

Marijuana plus alcohol increases THC levels in the blood

The interaction between marijuana and alcohol remains poorly understood. A new study shows that the two can make for a dangerous combination, since alcohol increases the levels of THC in the blood.

Op-Ed: Why Mayweather will pick Marquez over Khan for his next fight

Given the choice between British boxer Amir Khan and Mexican counter puncher Juan Manuel Marquez, unbeaten champ Floyd Mayweather will likely pick Marquez for his scheduled Sept.12 fight.

Angry mob in Guatemala beat and then burn 16-year-old girl alive

An angry mob of over 100 people, including young children, stood back and watched as some members of the group beat a 16-year-old-girl bloody, knocked her to the ground and then set her on fire. VIDEO HAS BEEN EDITED

Ontario passes 'making healthier choices' act

Toronto - The Ontario Lung Association has welcomed the decision taken by the provincial government is agreeing to the passage of Bill 45 - "Making Healthier Choices Act."

Engine photo lands Sprit Airlines attendant in controversy

Chicago - A Spirit Airlines flight attendant has raised eyebrows—and received an outpouring of support from the aviation community—after posing for photos inside the engine of a jet parked at a terminal at Chicago O'Hare International Airport.

Spain judge opens terrorism probe into Boko Haram

Madrid - A Spanish High Court judge said Thursday he is opening a probe into Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram and its leader Abubakar Shekau for suspected crimes against humanity and terrorism.

Nebraska becomes 19th U.S. state to ban death penalty

Lincoln - Lawmakers in Nebraska overrode a governor's veto of their vote to repeal the death penalty, becoming the 19th US state—and the first conservative state in more than 40 years—to abolish capital punishment.

Technology has killed the classic jewelry store

Online shopping and the demand for high tech gadgets has replaced the need of new and existing jewelry stores. While not yet completely gone, jewelry stores could soon become a thing of the past.

Blatter warns of 'more bad news' for tainted FIFA

Zurich - Beleaguered FIFA president Sepp Blatter on Thursday warned of "more bad news" for football's scandal-tainted world body but rejected calls to resign over a widening corruption controversy.

Two new diabetes drugs approved for U.S. and Japan

Big pharma companies Lilly and Takeda have announced that two new types of diabetes drugs are now available for patients, after being approved by regulatory authorities.

NBA Finals spotlights two best basketball players in the world

This is going to be fun, ball fans. 2015 MVP vs multiple-year MVP. Steph Curry's Golden State Warriors will battle LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals which begin June 4 in Oakland.

Netflix now makes up nearly 37% of all U.S. Internet traffic

Videos streaming from Netflix now account for nearly 37 percent of all of the traffic travelling over the Internet at primetime, according to a new report.

South Korean woman reveals the power of makeup

There have been countless videos of makeup transformations that reveal people's natural beauty. Recently, a video was posted by a South Korean woman, who was showing people how to remove makeup.

Op-Ed: Scientist satirizes 'bad science', spins chocolate-loses-weight

There is plenty of good science out there, and there is plenty of bad science. A scientist and journalist, John Bohannon, has highlighted how quickly 'bad science' can circulate with a spoof feature on chocolate and weight loss.

Qaeda-led rebels take Idlib's last Syria regime bastion

Birut - A rebel coalition led by the Syrian affiliate of Al-Qaeda stormed and seized the last regime-held city in Idlib province Thursday, as Iraq exhumed the remains of 470 jihadist victims.

Early Alzheimer's detection: White matter brain damage found

A study published from researchers in Milan, Italy, using a new MRI technique, found damage to the brain's white matter in Alzheimer's Disease. It was believed there was only grey matter damage in dementia and their findings may lead to early detection.

NYC man takes dying dog Poh on bucket list adventure across U.S.

New York City - A heartbroken pet owner, Thomas Neil Rodriguez, took his terminally ill mixed-breed pet dog of 15 years, Poh, on a bucket list adventure across the U.S. in a bid to make the most of the time he had left with him.

Op-Ed: 'Retiring early may hurt you' says advisor, know the options Special

Sonoma - With the baby boomer generation now moving along into retirement, financial advisors like Daren Blonski are trying to get word out that baby-boomers need to understand the complexities of retirement in today's society.
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