Halloween Extended To Eight Hours For Slow, Obese Kids
The group behind the change says that with Halloween on a weekend night for the next couple of years, it really could just become a 48-hour candy extravaganza.
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Overcrowding In Mob Burial Grounds Hits Tipping Point
Mafia pundits say there are too many bodies piling up and nowhere to dispose of them all.
Aquaman Ousted From Justice League
JLA sources say bad feelings toward Aquaman had built up among the Superfriends for years.
Senate Passes Bill Mandating Hand Washing
The bill falls shy of dictating just how long people should wash, but does suggest 20 seconds.
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Lawsuits Put Damper On 'Thresh Your Own Grain'
Struggling family farms may have to find other activities in an attempt to stay solvent.
Nation Fondly Recalls Simpler Swine Flu Days
A new series of CDC nostalgia videos help people reminisce and take their minds off Ebola.
Documents Show Thompson Twins Not Even Related
Not only were the duo not twins, at no point were either of them ever even named Thompson.
Bill Replaces Columbus Day With 'Genocide Festival'
The idea is opposed by Italian-Americans who see the day as an expression of their heritage.
Photos Of Celebrities Eating Leaked Online
Experts say it's tough to tell if a photo of a celebrity eating is real or Photoshopped.
Eleven Hurt In Brawl At Volkswagen Dealership
Police doled out numerous citations for disorderly conduct and one for illegal punch-back.
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Walmart To Sell Salvation In Select Cities
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Apple: 'Crappy Child Labor' To Blame For iPhone Woes