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VIDEO: Why you should never leave a dog in a hot car

Sitting in a hot car even for just a few minutes is dangerous, as this woman discovers, and can cause heat stroke and multi-organ failure in pets.

  • Skeleton With ‘Alien’ Skull Discovered In Russia

    UFO watchers are in a tizz over the discovery of an ancient skeleton with an elongated skull that resembles an ALIEN. The humanoid skeleton was unearthed from a site known as Russia’s Stonehenge and it is being heralded as proof that aliens visited Earth thousands of years ago. Researcher Maria Makurova told Russian news agency TASS: “We have found a well preserved skeleton.

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  • Kitchener women say they were stopped by police for cycling topless

    Three Kitchener, Ont., sisters are planning to file a formal complaint after they say they were stopped by a police officer for cycling topless. Tameera, Nadia and Alysha Mohamed took off their shirts while riding their bikes in downtown Kitchener on Friday evening because of the heat.

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  • 'Shark Tank' investor Robert Herjavec shares 6 business lessons he learned from waiting tables

    "Mark Cuban and I always argue about this," Herjavec says. Herjavec writes in his 2010 book, "Driven," that after he graduated college he lacked direction. Herjavec lists six business lessons he learned from having to deal with people every night as a waiter.

    Business Insider
  • 'The Bachelorette' Couple's Plans

    "The Bachelorette's" latest season introduced Kaitlyn Bristowe to the man she is planning to marry. On Monday night, on "After the Final Rose," Kaitlyn and her new fiance, Shawn Booth, told Chris Harrison about their plans for the future.

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  • Troy Tulowitzki sent to Blue Jays in shocking trade

    Troy Tulowitzki is getting his wish. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal was first to report the deal. Based on what's been reported thus far, the return for the Rockies is veteran shortstop Jose Reyes, young fireballer Miguel Castro, top pitching prospect Jeff Hoffman and one more unnamed prospects.

    Big League Stew
  • Two new driving laws coming, one with $490 fine

    Mon, Jul 27: Two new little known driving laws will soon come into effect in Ontario. Cindy Pom received a visual demonstration from police.

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  • Primark Breastfeeding Row Mum Charged With Perverting The Course Of Justice

    A woman who claimed that a Primark security guard physically removed her child from her while breastfeeding in the shop has been charged with perverting the course of justice. Caroline Starmer made national headlines when she alleged that the security guard at the Humberstone Gate branch of the clothing giant forced her nine-month-old daughter from her during her feed. A Primark spokesman reaffirmed their commitment to breastfeeding mothers after Starmer was charged.

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  • London couple the latest targets of online ridicule and shaming

    Kyle O’Neill, 26, and Gabrielle Penney, 20, of London pleaded guilty last week to four counts of animal cruelty after they locked their Chihuahua mix puppy in a bathroom and took off on a two-week holiday at the beginning of January. The dog was discovered after their landlord received noise complaints and called the London Humane Society. After acquiring a search warrant, workers from the humane society were able to access the apartment on Jan. 6 and rescue the puppy.

    Daily Brew
  • The $153,000 Selfie: Don’t Try To Get a Photo With A Rattlesnake, Kids

    Todd Fassler, who says he owned a pet rattlesnake for a year before setting it free, pulled a different snake from the bush for a quick snake selfie in early July. The whole ordeal left him with a total hospital bill of $153,161.25 (that’s around £98,500) and not even a decent selfie to show for it.

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  • Taxpayers not footing the bill for Kanye West's Pan Am performance: organizers

    Taxpayers aren't footing the bill for Kanye West's headlining performance at the Pan Am Games closing ceremony, organizers said Monday. Pan Am Games CEO Saad Rafi said performance fees for West and the two other artists — Canadian howler Serena Ryder and Miami pop-rapper Pitbull — were covered by the concert promotion company Live Nation, which sponsored the Games. "That was part of the relationship with Live Nation, that we weren't paying performance fees to artists that they would secure," he told The Canadian Press.

    The Canadian Press
  • Antonio Brown arrives at camp in Steelers-themed Rolls-Royce (10 photos)

    LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — Antonio Brown couldn't say no. How often does Rolls-Royce ask if you would like to ride to work in a $500,000 car? So the All-Pro receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers relaxed in the back seat on Saturday while his brother Desmond carefully

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  • The Most Intense Watermelon Carving Of The Summer

    Well, this certainly puts your vodka-soaked watermelon trick to shame. Valeriano Fatica, whose Facebook bio describes him as a painter, sculptor, performer and carver of fruits and vegetables, carves a

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  • Missing 2-Year-Old Girl Drowns In Alberta Subdivision

    She had been playing at a park with her siblings.

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  • Doctors Found 20 Lice in Woman’s Eye - Simply Unpleasant

    Now these are just lice in the eyelids, nada (Picture: Wikipedia/ KostaMumcuoglu)We all had lice as kids - it was itchy and entails using horrible smelling shampoos and the dredded lice comb.What this poor Chinese woman suffered from was a whole different

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  • Baby to inherit millions if proven progeny of murdered West Vancouver man

    A Chinese woman trying to prove her baby daughter has sole claim to the fortune of a murdered West Vancouver millionaire has won her bid for a paternity test. A new British Columbia law says the child stands to inherit everything if the results match. The B.C. Supreme Court has ordered DNA testing on the remains of Gang Yuan, whose body was found chopped into more than 100 pieces.

    The Canadian Press
  • Yasiel Puig on possibility of getting traded by Dodgers: 'I'll play anywhere'

    For as bad a rep as he's gotten over the past few years, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig seems to be responding in the best possible fashion to rumors that he might be shipped to another team before Friday's non-waiver trade deadline. "I'll play anywhere," Puig said. The latest chatter in the trade world is that the Dodgers have let other teams know that Puig "is available in the right deal," according to USA Today's Bob Nightengale.

    Big League Stew
  • Meet The Sleek New Plane Of The Future

    The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands along with KLM has been looking into aircraft design as part of its AHEAD programme. As well as changing the design, AHEAD’s engineers have come up with a new type of jet engine.

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  • Cord-cutting grows as more people flee traditional TV, report says

    "This is a time of significant transformational change in the traditional TV service market here in Canada," says report co-author and International Data Corporation (IDC) analyst Emily Taylor. Taylor says many defectors will be lured away by streaming services which, over time, have become more user friendly.

    CBC
  • Robert Allenby's ex-caddie doesn't believe former boss' Hawaii story

    Robert Allenby's former caddie, Mick Middlemo, is speaking like a man liberated. Middlemo, who split with Allenby halfway through the first round of last week's RBC Canadian Open, said in an Australian radio interview that he doesn't believe Allenby's story of being kidnapped and robbed on the night after missing the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii in January. No, I don’t," Middlemo said to News Corp Australia.

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  • Fisherman on TV's 'Wicked Tuna' indicted on fraud charges, feds say he claimed to be disabled

    A Massachusetts man seen manning big fishing rods and harpooning huge fish on the reality show "Wicked Tuna" collected government benefits while claiming to be disabled and unable to work, federal prosecutors said. Paul Hebert, 50, of Gloucester, Massachusetts, accepted more than $44,000 in Social Security and Medicaid benefits between 2010 and 2013, according to a four-count indictment filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Burlington. Hebert first filed for Social Security disability in the spring of 2009, claiming on his application that he was unable to work at any job, could not walk properly, could not lift heavy weights or drive for more than short distances, according to the indictment.

    The Canadian Press