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Going Postal Wednesday, January 29
America's returning warriors continue to experience inexplicable difficulty after putting their lives at risk for their country. It took 13 years for Army Sgt. Maj. Richard Erickson to get his job back from his civilian employer after he took leave …
Happy New Year Wednesday, January 29
Once again, celebrants in France marked Jan. 1 by setting fire to 1,067 cars nationwide (down from 1,193 the previous Jan. 1).
Holy Mutations Wednesday, January 29
Deformed animals born in developing nations often attract streams of pilgrims, seeking to touch a creature considered divinely blessed. In December, a five-legged cow in Raipur, India, had supposedly "caused" the last 30 women who touched it to give …
Hey, Occifer, Hold my Beer a Sec … Wednesday, January 29
In November the Journal-News of Hamilton, Ohio, examining various police union contracts in the state, learned that in several jurisdictions, officers are allowed to work their shifts even when less sober than some drivers whom they ticket for DUI. …
How Romantic Wednesday, January 29
In December, Italy's top appeals court awarded a new trial to a man, 60, who'd been convicted of having sex with an 11-year-old girl. Evidence had been excluded that the pair were having an "amorous relationship" with "feelings of love."
In December, Britain's Royal Mail announced it would stop delivery to Jeff and Sheila White's Carnforth cottage because the carrier was frightened of cows. Mrs. White said he was just lazy, in that when the cows were present, the carrier had to open …
Unclear on the Concept Wednesday, January 29
In December, after Carmen Reategui, 34, was arrested for DUI in Readington Township, N.J., and was too impaired to drive home, she called Nina Petracca, 23, who arrived at the police station also impaired (and was arrested for DUI), and both women …
Geeve Me thu Munnee Wednesday, January 29
In January, Jamal Garrett, 29, was arrested in Antioch, Calif., after he tried to rob a Wells Fargo bank, according to the cops, but fled empty-handed after a teller struggled to read a poorly written holdup note. She and her manager said they …
Hangin' Out Wednesday, January 29
Daniel Severn, 27, pleaded guilty to burglary in England's Hull Crown Court in December, for trying to enter a home through the roof but getting trapped, upside down, in the bathroom. He dug his phone out of his pocket, but it fell into the toilet, …
Updates on NOTW Stories Wednesday, January 29
Unrelenting, swastika-tattooed New Jersey neo-Nazi Heath Campbell, 40, saw child No. 9 born in November, and once again, the county family welfare office removed it almost immediately. "I'm not allowed to have children because I'm a Nazi," he …
 
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