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Popeye 90 years of spinach do the salty sailor well. But now he is getting a reboot on YouTube. And that is after
Worldwide measles outbreak surges threatening decades of progress. And there is one single reason for it – people refusing to get vaccinated. The
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Trump receives Trudeau stiletto in a very public way. Prime Justin Trudeau really stuck it to Donald Trump in several ways. It happened
Broadcaster Tamara Stanners a gentle tough soul copes no matter what comes her way. Stanners recently dealt with tragedy, pain, and suffering none
Big pharma blackmails Ottawa on prices for drugs it does not want to see reduced. And these tactics are commonly used by pharmaceutical
Special counsel Robert Mueller revealed through a series of in-depth profiles. But who is he? How does he work? What is he like?
Baby gorilla Fasha saved from certain death. And it was done by a large group in Rwanda, Africa. It included veterinarians, nine staff