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November 2, 2017 12:55 PM Ezekiel Mutua wants ‘gay’ lions spotted in Maasai Mara isolated

Moral policeman Ezekial Mutua now wants two male lions spotted in the Masaai Mara engaging in ‘sexual contact’ to be kept in isolation. The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) chief executive also wants the two gay lions to be subjected to scientific research to determine how they acquired homosexual behavior. In an interview with Nairobi News, Mr Mutua 368

October 4, 2017 3:53 AM Newly released police bodycam footage shows chaos of Las Vegas massacre

Police body camera video released Tuesday night at a press conference has revealed the sheer chaos of the Las Vegas mass shooting as officers tried to figure out the location of the gunman and shuttle people to safety. Amid sirens and sounds of gunfire and screams, people yelled, "They're shooting right at us," while officers shouted, "Go that way!" Police 142

September 11, 2017 12:46 AM Irma Roars in. And an Entire State Shakes and Shudders

MIAMI — Ready or not, Florida found itself face to face with Hurricane Irma’s galloping winds and rains on Sunday, as evacuees and holdouts alike marked uneasy time in homes and shelters from the Keys to the Panhandle, tap-tapping their nearly-dead cellphones for news they were frantic to hear but helpless to change. The hurricane rammed ashore at Cudjoe 149

September 7, 2017 2:07 PM Hurricane Irma: How dangerous is the devastating storm?

Hurricane Irma has caused a trail of destruction across parts of the Caribbean, battering a number of islands and reducing buildings to rubble. The category five hurricane, which is the highest possible level for such a storm, is predicted to head north-west towards the US mainland by the weekend, but what lies in its path before that? Irma is making 9

September 1, 2017 4:54 AM Rescuers seek anyone — alive or dead — left behind in Harvey's floodwaters

Rescuers began a block-by-block search of tens of thousands of Houston homes Thursday, pounding on doors and shouting as they looked for anyone — alive or dead — who might have been left behind in Harvey's fetid floodwaters, which have now damaged more than 87,000 homes and destroyed nearly 7,000 statewide. Elsewhere, the loss of power at a flood-crippled 7

September 1, 2017 3:36 AM Footprint find on Crete may push back date humans began to walk upright

HUMAN-like footprints have been found stamped into an ancient sea shore fossilised beneath the Mediterranean island of Crete. That’s a time when palaeontologists believe our human ancestors had only apelike feet. But a study into the Trachilos, western Crete, prints determines them to feature prominent human features and an upright stance. And that’s 62

August 24, 2017 9:02 PM Elon Musk unveils sleek space suit for SpaceX astronauts bound for Mars

The new space suit designed by SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk isn’t just elegant. It’s super functional, too. Musk revealed a photo of the suit on Instagram Wednesday, worn by a SpaceX engineer. In fact, Musk added that the suit has already been tested to double vacuum pressure, though building a suit with both the aesthetic appeal and functionality 20

August 24, 2017 10:43 AM Uganda declared free of bird flu, following tests

Uganda has been declared free of bird flu after the latest set of tests on poultry and wild birds returned negative. Christopher Kibazanga, the minister of state for agriculture, announced the news on Saturday. “Uganda is free from the highly pathogenic bird flu,” he told reporters, marking the end of an outbreak that started back in January – more than eight 41

August 23, 2017 8:39 AM The Latest: Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander

Self-driving vehicles are expected to revolutionize transportation when they hit the roads in the future, but the technology could threaten thousands of jobs in the Dayton region and communities across the nation, experts said. Local elected leaders and development officials have worked to promote and rebrand the Dayton region as a logistics hub that offers 9

August 23, 2017 8:36 AM Johnson & Johnson to pay Californian woman $417 million over talcum powder lawsuit

Eva Echeverria, a resident of California was the latest person to receive a total of $417 million regarding a talcum powder accusation that caused her ovarian cancer in accordance with a Los Angeles Superior Court order. The verdict was announced on Monday as the purported Johnson & Johnson company, neglected to provide customers enough information about 40