Oldest Dinosaur Found in North America

The first-known horned dinosaur from North America recently was unearthed in Montana, according to a new study. 

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Oceans were formed by Comets Colliding into Earth

Comets are chunks of ice and dust moving through the far reaches of space and occasionally zooming past the sun. 

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Dried Whisky Art

Dried whiskey at the bottom of a glass produces stunning images that closely resemble fine art paintings.

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Eating Late at Night Makes You Gain Weight

If you’re going to chow down on that box of cookies, you’re better off doing it during your usual daytime hours.

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Asian stocks track Wall Street cues
Asian markets rose in thin trade Monday ahead of the festive season.
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Rand weaker vs dollar, risk aversion set to wane
The rand edged weaker against the US dollar on Monday following a week of volatile trade.
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Mantashe ‘concerned’ about Sars
“An institution like Sars should be above suspicion,” says ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe.
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Sanral, ETC scale down e-toll kiosks as project ‘evolves’
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Boks lost the plot in 2014
2014 is a year the Springboks will want to forget in a hurry: losing nine of their 13 games.
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Steyn out to ruin Windies’ Xmas
Dale Steyn is set to play the role of the Grinch that steals Christmas from the West Indies when he heads to St George's Park.
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Wits will try to catch Chiefs
Wits captain Thulani Hlatshwayo is keeping the faith as he believes the pace-setting Kaizer Chiefs can be caught next year.
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WP’s Cup runneth over
Western Province won the Currie Cup for the first time in 13 years in front of of their Newlands faithful when they beat the Lions.
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Body of missing woman found
The body of a woman who drowned while trying to rescue her son and other children from the strong-running Berg River in Paarl has been found.
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Joburg freeway closed for goose crossing
“The officer found the goose and goslings trying to cross over from the centre of the freeway when he decided to block off all of the lanes.”
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Pakistan to execute 500 militants
Pakistan plans to execute around 500 militants in coming weeks after the government lifted a moratorium on the death penalty.
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Castro blueprint
In Cuba, street marches have historically been government-orchestrated events or dissident protests that are swiftly crushed by the authorities.
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