Burger King Japan's latest meal is the new black

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Sign warns drivers to slow down for turtles
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Sign warns drivers to slow down for turtles
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How can a bright yellow cat be worth $400 million?
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How can a bright yellow cat be worth $400 million?
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Who wouldn't play baseball for $25 million a year!
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Would you grow a beard if you could?
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What is that thing? It's a popular pet in Cuba
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Would you pay to put your music on the moon?
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Ballet survives in war-torn Iraq
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Ballet survives in war-torn Iraq
Boyz II Men go back to their high school Members of the Grammy-winning group Boyz II Men returned to their roots with a concert at their old stomping grounds, a performing arts high school they attended and remember being just like the TV show "Fame." "You had girls, you know, walking around in their leotards, plie-... - Posted on October 19, 2014
Record-breaking pumpkin weighs more than a car! A gourd weighing 2,058 pounds took first prize and set a tournament record at an annual pumpkin contest in Northern California. John Hawkley, 56, grew the winning pumpkin and entered it at this year's Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-off in California's Napa Valley. ... - Posted on October 18, 2014
Would you eat chocolate-covered bugs? The menu includes crickets and wax worms on toothpick skewers for dipping in a fountain of melted chocolate. It also includes "tarsal toffee" made with bug legs and mealworms, and fudge infused with crickets and marshmallows. What looked like a Halloween trick was actually a... - Posted on October 18, 2014
How far would you peddle for the environment? It took 68 days for Satyen Das to pedal his rickety bicycle rickshaw from the seaside Indian city of Kolkata to the roof of the world at a 17,600-foot Himalayan pass. His goal was to promote the vehicle as an environmentally sound travel option. As he pedaled toward the top... - Posted on October 16, 2014
Teen wins Nobel Peace Prize, youngest winner ever Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India have won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. They risked their lives to fight for children's rights. The announcement made Malala, a 17-year-old student and education activist, the youngest-ever Nobel winner. The news set o... - Posted on October 16, 2014
College recognizes video games as varsity sport As a teenager, in his bedroom illuminated by the glow of his laptop, Youngbin Chung became addicted to video games. Ten-hours-a-day addicted. His grades tanked. His parents fretted. A few years later, the 20-year-old from the San Francisco area leads a team of headset... - Posted on October 9, 2014
Historian retells tale of rare Lincoln photo It's one of the most famous Abraham Lincoln photographs. That's because no one knew the picture of the president existed until nearly a century later when a 14-year-old boy found it. Now Ronald Rietveld, the boy who made the discovery, who is now a retired historian, will do... - Posted on October 8, 2014
Wall of walrus: 35,000 come ashore in Alaska What's the plural of walrus? Walrus. Pacific walrus that can't find sea ice for resting in Arctic waters are coming ashore in record numbers on a beach in northwest Alaska. An estimated 35,000 walrus were photographed Saturday about 5 miles north of Point Lay, accordi... - Posted on October 7, 2014
Ever seen a wirehaired viszla? The wirehaired viszla and the coton de tulear are the latest breeds to be added to the nation's premier dog competition. It's the Westminster Kennel Club show, set for Feb. 16-17. The wirehaired viszla is a rugged, versatile hunter conditioned to withstand frosty Hungarian w... - Posted on October 6, 2014
How much Harry Potter stuff is enough? A man is in Hogwarts heaven after his collection of "Harry Potter" memorabilia was named the world's largest. Menahem Asher Silva Vargas of Mexico City has spent nearly 15 years hoarding all things related to British author J.K. Rowling's young-adult wizard-fantasy series, w... - Posted on October 3, 2014
Would you go bowling if they changed the rules? About a month and a half ago, Kevin Dornberger and his Swedish friend Christer Jonsson were watching a tournament in Hong Kong. They made it through most of the afternoon before Jonsson, the secretary general of the World Tenpin Bowling Association, looked at Dornberger, the presid... - Posted on October 1, 2014
US, Canada women's bobsled stars eager to race men Elana Meyers Taylor has long wanted a chance to jump in a bobsled and compete against men on an icy track. That time might have arrived. So Meyers Taylor was thrilled with the announcement that bobsled's governing body will consider the 4-man event gender neutral. It'... - Posted on September 30, 2014
How can a piece of glass be a piece of art? A huge grin appears on the face of glass artist Jonathan Michael Davis. He is burning hole after hole through spheres of glass, making a popping sound. Davis is a glassblower by trade. He uses a sabre of flame made of liquid oxygen and propane to manipulate glass into elabor... - Posted on September 30, 2014
Pots, pans, dolls, games up for toy hall of fame Pots and pans and paper airplanes are among the 12 finalists for induction into the National Toy Hall of Fame. Those humble contenders are up against American Girl dolls, the board game Operation and several return nominees. Those include little green Army men and bubbles.... - Posted on September 24, 2014
Burger King Japan's latest meal is the new black The first Kuro, or black, burger had a signature black bun and sauce. Last year's edition, the Kuro Ninja, added a slice of (non-black) bacon to the signature black components. Now Burger King Japan is going black on black. The fast-food chain has added black cheese and deep... - Posted on September 23, 2014