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Australian PM downs beer in 7 seconds

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been caught on camera guzzling a glass of beer in seven seconds amid raucous cheers from onlookers.



Cops: Boston 'tree ninja' caught

Police in Boston believe they have apprehended a man who has been chopping down newly planted trees in the city's Brighton neighborhood.


Couple married 73 years dies 5 minutes apart

Heartbreaking or romantic? A Kentucky couple that was married for 73 years died mere minutes apart.


This country fines you for being unemployed

Losing your job comes with an extra sting if you live in Belarus.


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Reports: Sofia Vergara's ex sues over embryos

Sofia Vergara's ex-fiancé is reportedly suing for custody of embryos the couple created together at a fertility clinic.


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Barbie's popularity plunges

There are few plot details about "Toy Story 4" -- which is coming out in 2017. But if Disney and Pixar want the movie to be realistic, they should get rid of Barbie, Ken and the Fisher-Price Chatter Phone.

Mattel owns those brands. And demand for…


Crocs help cops catch alleged burglar

Crocs might make for comfortable footwear, but they're not much for covering one's tracks.


Girl beats officer at Rock, Paper, Scissors, avoids ticket

A Texas music festivalgoer was apparently let go from a citation after beating an officer at a game of rock, paper, scissors, according to a Huffington Post report.



Pope's old iPad sells for $30,500

It seems iPads hold their value pretty well, especially if they have papal connections


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Chief Justice Roberts eyed for jury duty

Most Americans often seek ways to avoid jury duty. But one potential juror in Maryland on Wednesday morning had quite the excuse.

Chief Justice John Roberts was seen at a Montgomery County courthouse performing his civic duty as a prospective juror.


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