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Glitch Prevents Cars from Changing Radio Station
When he drives his Mazda hatchback, Seattle local Dave Welding is accustomed to listening to talk radio station KUOW, the local NPR affiliate. As a matter ...
Inmate Refuses to Leave Prison After Acquittal
An inmate caused a mild drama in the Nigerian High Court after a judge acquitted him of all charges against him, but he refused and demanded to go back ...
Elk Freed from Tire Around its Neck
Officials from Colorado Parks and Wildlife recently posed for a photo of a large rubber tire that was previously stuck around the neck of a bull elk. ...
How Dogs and Humans Learn Helplessness
In his best-selling book Essentialism, author Greg McKeown describes how we develop a sense of what’s called “learned helplessness.”
Former Inmate Starts to Miss His Prison Cell
Before walking out of jail a free man in February, Albert Woodfox spent 43 years almost without pause in an isolation cell, becoming the longest standing ...
Freed Soldiers Learn to Trust Rescuer's Voice
On January 28, 1945, as World War II was groaning to a close, 121 elite Army Rangers liberated over 500 POWs, mostly Americans, from a Japanese prisoner ...
A Modern Slave and a Modern Abolitionist Talk About Captive Identity
The African nation of Mauritania was the last nation in the world to outlaw slavery—in 1981—and it wasn't until 2007 that a law was passed ...
Man Robs Same Store 15 Years Apart
In 1999, 25-year-old Christopher Miller was arrested after he forced employees into the back room of the Stride Rite shoe store on Hooper Avenue in Toms ...
Farmer Captures Bull with Vodka-soaked Grain
For six months, a German farmer near Regensburg tried in vain to capture his runaway bull. The bull had escaped during the summer and hid out in the Bavarian ...
TV Commercial Trades Oppression for Addiction
A powerful 60-second TV commercial depicts Mexico's long march out of poverty and oppression. At the beginning of the ad, thousands of Mexicans, men and ...