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  • Woman Who Repeatedly Sneaks On Planes Without A Ticket Arrested Yet Again

    A woman has who has previously been given the nickname “serial stowaway” has been arrested yet again for sneaking past security and onto an international flight without a boarding pass or passport. This time around, Marilyn Hartman, 66, successfully made it all the way from Chicago O’Hare International Airport to London’s Heathrow Airport on Thursday night,... View Article

  • Leaked Snap Memo Says Employees Could Go to Jail If They . . . Leak Memos

    A January 8th memo from Snap Inc.’s chief legal counsel threatened harsh punishment for employees leaking company information. That memo, naturally, was swiftly leaked to Cheddar. “If you leak Snap Inc. information, you will lose your job and we will pursue any and all legal remedies against you,” the memo read in part. “And that’s... View Article
 
 
 
 

Science


  • NASA Should Start Looking For Viruses On Other Planets, Scientists Suggest

    Forget about aliens, let’s start searching for viruses in our Solar System. Although scientists have been studying the infectious agents for decades, there’s still much to be learned about them and whether they exist in space or not. Now, a group of scientists are proposing we seek more answers. “[Viruses] are believed to have played... View Article

  • View from Mars Hill: Super blue blood: A moon by any other name

    The Internet is rife with stories about a “super blue blood moon” that will appear on the morning of January 31. While these descriptors are scientifically dubious, they have become popular in the media and are also for the most part based on the actual orbital behavior of our nearest neighbor and hence worth explaining.... View Article
 
 
 
 

Sports


  • Paul George’s newest shoe aims to light up the NBA

    3:34 PM ET Nick DePaulaESPN To say Paul George has had an unconventional route to signature shoe stardom would be an understatement. George wasn’t pegged as a star by the sneaker companies when he was drafted 10th overall in 2010, leading to him landing a standard rookie endorsement deal with Nike. As his star rose... View Article

  • Top-ranked Villanova routs former Big East rival UConn 81-61

    HARTFORD, Conn. — Jalen Brunson scored 23 points and top-ranked Villanova routed former Big East rival UConn 81-61 on Saturday. Donte DiVincenzo added 17 points for the Wildcats (18-1), who complete their non-conference schedule at 13-0. Jalen Adams scored 19 for UConn (10-9), which has now lost five games this season by at least 20... View Article
 
 
 
 

Entertainment


  • Chicago Rapper Fredo Santana Dies at 27

    Fredo Santana, rapper and one of the pioneers of Chicago’s drill movement, has reportedly died at the age of 27. TMZ reports that Santana died Friday night (Jan. 19) as the result of a seizure. No official statement from the rapper’s family or cause of death has yet been released. Santana, born Derrick Coleman, suffered... View Article

  • Paul Bocuse, ‘Giant’ Of French Cuisine, Dies At 91

    French chef Paul Bocuse, who helped invent a style of cuisine, died on Saturday at his home in France. The French president said chefs were crying across the nation. Laurent Cipriani/AP hide caption toggle caption Laurent Cipriani/AP French chef Paul Bocuse, who helped invent a style of cuisine, died on Saturday at his home in... View Article
 
 
 
 

Health


  • Early puberty can cause heart diseases

    Hyderabad: Girls, who menstruate before the age of 12, are 10 per cent more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases than those who attain it at the age of 13 or 14, according to a study.  Researchers found that those who started menstruating early were at a greater risk of heart diseases later in their life.  The... View Article

  • Experts Are Pushing To Change Drunk Driving Laws

    Public health experts are pushing for drastic changes in policies and laws aimed at ending deaths caused by drunk driving by legally lowering the amount of alcohol consumed before being allowed to drive. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, which is independent but mostly government-funded, provides advice on national health policies. A panel... View Article

  • More cases of deer disease in Missouri, but experts hopeful

    ST. LOUIS • The number of confirmed cases of chronic wasting disease in Missouri deer rose last year, but an expert with the state Department of Conservation said aggressive management efforts are helping to contain the spread. Wildlife disease coordinator Jasmine Batten said 15 deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease out of 19,500 tested since... View Article
 
 
 
 

Sports


  • Paul George’s newest shoe aims to light up the NBA

    3:34 PM ET Nick DePaulaESPN To say Paul George has had an unconventional route to signature shoe stardom would be an understatement. George wasn’t pegged as a star by the sneaker companies when he was drafted 10th overall in 2010, leading to him landing a standard rookie endorsement deal with Nike. As his star rose... View Article

  • Top-ranked Villanova routs former Big East rival UConn 81-61

    HARTFORD, Conn. — Jalen Brunson scored 23 points and top-ranked Villanova routed former Big East rival UConn 81-61 on Saturday. Donte DiVincenzo added 17 points for the Wildcats (18-1), who complete their non-conference schedule at 13-0. Jalen Adams scored 19 for UConn (10-9), which has now lost five games this season by at least 20... View Article