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Texas officer wins appeal of dismissal over feces sandwich

A San Antonio police officer who was fired after colleagues accused him of trying to give a homeless man a sandwich containing dog feces has won his appeal

Jordan Peele's "Us" Breaks Box Office Records…

"Us" now holds the record for best box office debut for an original horror film and an original R-rated movie.

Supreme Court Takes Another Look At Partisan…

In the past, the justices agreed that partisan gerrymandering can be unconstitutional in some cases, but they haven’t been able to set a standard.

Youtube's CRAZIEST Families That Went TOO FAR For…

YouTube is a wild and weird uncharted territory filled with people doing whatever they can to maintain their social clout and get views and clicks. But did you know there are a shockingly large number of families who exploit their lives…and their children…just for subscribers? I’m going into some of the most insane things these parents did just for views, stick around.

Avocado Recall Hits Grocery Stores Throughout The…

California-grown avocados have been recalled over contamination fears.

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Duke-UCF thriller helps boost TV ratings for NCAA…

CBS Sports, Turner Sports say TV ratings for NCAA Tournament across 4 networks that broadcast 1st week of games up 8 percent over last year

High court won't referee dispute over Michael…

The Supreme Court says it won't step in to referee a copyright dispute between Nike and a photographer who took a well-known image of basketball great Michael Jordan

Virginia Shakiest Top Seed Ahead of Sweet 16

The No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers were far from dominate in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament. SI’s College Basketball Insider Jon Rothstein gives his thoughts on why Oregon could pull off a major upset in the Sweet 16 and shock the Cavaliers.

Medicare for all legislation has thorny issues

'Medicare for All' would mean big policy shifts on benefits for immigrants and abortion coverage

What my DNA told me: Avoid fast food, eat…

Several companies promise dietary insights tailored to your genetic profile for as much as $300, but the science behind such services is limited

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Black police chief in Virginia says she was…

The first black woman to lead a city police department in Virginia says she was forced out, accusing some members of the department of an exceptional "degree of bias and acts of systemic racism, discriminatory practices and abuse of authority."

Posted Confession Brings Arrest in 1986 Slaying

A convicted felon confessed repeatedly in the late 1980s to killing a woman in Michigan. Nothing happened. "People thought he was trying to get attention," the lead police investigator tells WOOD . But last June, Michael Leon Curry confessed again, on Facebook. "If I get pissed I kill," he posted. "I...

No (Real) Animals Were Harmed In The Making Of…

CGI is an indispensable, but very expensive, tool to keep animals safe from the potential harms of movie sets.

Death Toll In Southern Africa Continues To Rise…

More than 750 people have been confirmed dead after Cyclone Idai pummeled southern Africa last week.

Everyone The Kardashian -Jenner Clan Have KICKED…

The beginning of 2019 has been a bit of a doozy for a close friend of the Kardashian-Jenner clan… I think we all know who I’m talking about… but in case you missed all the festivities I’m talking about Kylie’s Bestie and shadow.. Jordyn woods! It got us thinking… what other famous friends have been kicked to curb throughout the years? That’s right people, we are bringing skeletons out of the closet and looking back at 8 of the most famous friends the Karjenners have kicked out!

Time for the Sun to shine on Hyderabad in the IPL

Why Have There Been So Few Upsets in the NCAA…

For the first time since 2009, all four No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 seeds have made the Sweet 16. SI College Basketball Jon Rothstein joins SI Now to discuss why the NCAA tournament's favorites have been so dominate through the first two rounds.

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Flash floods in southern Iran kill at least 17, injure 74

Iranian state TV says flash flooding has killed at least 11, injured 15 in south

No Aztec Ruler's Tomb Has Been Found. That May…

For all the discoveries made about the Aztecs, archaeologists have never found the tomb of an Aztec ruler. Reuters reports that may be about to change. A dig in Mexico City at the site of an Aztec temple has yielded clues that suggest a royal burial site is near. "We...

Norway opens probe into why cruise ship ventured…

Norwegian officials have opened an investigation into why a cruise ship carrying more than 1,370 people set sail despite storm warnings, forcing a major evacuation after a mayday call had been issued