50 Cent’s Extravagant Connecticut Mansion Finally Finds Buyer After 12 Years On The Market

For over a decade, rapper 50 Cent struggled to sell his mansion in Farmington, Connecticut. A symbol of 1980s excess and luxurious living, 50 Cent originally put the extravagant compound on the market for $18.5 million 12 years ago. On Apr 2, the home finally sold for a mere $2.9 million. Not only is that […]

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Yet Another Data Leak Exposes Personal Information Of Facebook Users

It’s been almost a year since Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg’s infamous federal hearing regarding the Cambridge Analytica Scandal and the lack of data protection the social media platform gives its users. Unfortunately for the Silicon Valley staple, the security troubles haven’t stopped there. There’s been leak after leak in the months since. At this point, […]

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Prevalence Of Dementia In Adults With Down Syndrome Causes Concerns For Caregivers

In his younger days, Craig Cambeis was a competitive swimmer, equestrian, Special Olympics gold-medal winner, and avid New Jersey Devil’s hockey fan. At 59 years old, Cambeis now lives with dementia and no longer shows interest in these previously-beloved pastimes. Adele Barlow is both sister and caregiver to Cambeis, who has Down syndrome, and is […]

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Prominent North Texas Pastor And Wife Found Dead In Suspicious House Fire

In Cedar Hill, Texas, officials responded to a house fire on Thursday, Feb. 28. Despite the efforts of emergency response teams, a local pastor, his wife, and one of their daughters were killed by the blaze. The couple’s other daughter survived but has been hospitalized for her injuries. According to friends of the family, the […]

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Landfills Brace For Future Storms With New And Better Infrastructure

In recent years, a surprising number of severe storms and weather patterns have emerged across the globe. From artic winds to unprecedented rainfall, cities in the U.S. are being battered and beaten with some frequency; one of the most vulnerable locations are the coastlines. Storm surges describe the intense hurricane winds that are blown along the […]

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World Tickled Pink as Thousand of Germans Don Blue Smurf Costumes

In an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of Smurfs, the German town Dä Traditionsverein asked citizens to dress as Smurfs on Feb. 16. This event was first created by Belgium fans back in 1958. The old Guinness World Record is currently held by participants in Wales, consisting of 2,510 […]

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Conspiracy? Queen Elsa Arrested By Illinois Police Department In Midst Of Polar Vortex

This past week, people haven’t had much reason to leave their houses. Apart from seeing the coldest temperatures in a generation, parts of the Midwestern United States have declared states of emergency, travel bans, and the like, all in the face of the polar vortex that’s gripped areas with temperatures far below zero. Extra attention […]

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Tax Filing Season Has Officially Begun: Here’s What You Should Know

Tax season has officially begun as of January 28, but the historic 35-day partial government shutdown may cause some delays, according to Forbes. According to new reports, the IRS has an estimated backlog of more than five million pieces of mail to answer. At some parts during the shutdown, the IRS received an all-time high […]

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