Toyota has promised a new Tundra truck to a California man who posted photos of the truck that got him safely through the wildfires in Paradise, California. Allyn Pierce used his beloved truck–which he’d nicknamed the Pandra–to drive to the hospital where he’d work to help evacuate patients and set up an emergency triad center […]

A Black Panther “slash claw” and a plastic Power Rangers sword are among the “worst toys” to buy for children according to a new list from the Massachusetts-based World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.). See what other items made the top 10 on the 46th annual list: Nickelodeon Nell Princess Knight Pillow Pets Sleeptime Lites NERF Vortext VTX Praxis […]

Miley Cyrus, Neil Young and Gerard Butler are among the celebrities who have lost their homes in the wildfires currently ravaging southern California. Young confirmed his Malibu home burned down in a post on his website over the weekend, and slammed President Donald Trump in the process. “California is vulnerable–not because of poor forest management […]

Deadly wildfires are burning out of control across the state of California. The Los Angeles Zoo was evacuated along with hundreds of thousands of residents and celebrities. Lady Gaga, Orlando Bloom, the Kardashians, Neil Young, Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus and so many more had their homes destroyed during the blaze. Hollywood lost a part of […]

The wheelchair that belonged to late physicist Stephen Hawking has sold at auction for almost 300,000 pounds ($393,000). The AP reports that the chair was sold in a Christie’s online auction raising money for the Stephen Hawking Foundation and the Motor Neurone Disease Association charities. Other items sold during the auction included a copy of […]

The Newfoundland and Labrador College of Veterinarians has passed a resolution that will see vets in this province no longer perform surgeries that will result in declawed cats. President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. Margaret Brown-Bury, says, “The decision by the NLCOV membership supports the national and international trend to discontinue […]

The truth is out there. (Maybe.) A mysterious, elongated object that was seen in our solar system last year may have been visitors gathering information, astronomers at Harvard University suggest. The object, called ‘Oumuamua, was first spotted on October 2017 by the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii. Since then, experts have been debating its unusual […]

The Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation is the latest retailer to scrap plastic bags in an attempt to be more environmentally friendly. As of November 1st, consumers can either bring their own reusable into the store (NLC also sells it’s own reusable bags) or opt for a brown paper bag, which are still free. In […]

In an effort to ensure future generations of coders and computer engineers, Amazon has launched a new program that aims to teach 10 million students a year how to become more computer savvy. The AP reports that Amazon Future Engineer aims to encourage more black, Hispanic, and female students to study computer science by offering […]

Recently, 7-year-old Angelica Dee Cunningham wrote a letter to Chad Lupinacci, the town supervisor of Huntington, New York, urging him to temporarily change the town’s name to “Hauntington” for Halloween. Cunningham was reportedly inspired to come up with the suggestion by a Monster High doll named Ari Hauntington. PIX-11 reports that Lupinacci and his colleagues […]



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