July 23rd, 2017

Posted by Snopes Staff

Bush Brothers & Company is voluntarily recalling certain canned bean products due to some cans having defective side seams.

Posted by David Mikkelson

Reports that a waste company will be offering curbside dead body pickup service to offset “TrumpCare" deaths originated as satire.

Posted by Chris Higgins

In an astronomical coincidence, two men discovered the comet simultaneously on July 23, 1995.

posted by [syndicated profile] mentalfloss_feed at 08:00pm on 22/07/2017

Posted by Chris Higgins

A hypersaline pond in Ethiopia contains water that's more than 43% salt by weight.

Posted by Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, July 22.

Posted by Jessica Hullinger

Everything from the architecture and lighting to the trinkets on sale in the gift shops is strategic.

Posted by Matthew Jackson

The movie that cemented Wes Craven as one of Hollywood’s great masters of horror was released 40 years ago.

Posted by David Mikkelson

A hidden image of a topless woman appeared in the initial home video version of Disney's animated feature 'The Rescuers.'
posted by [syndicated profile] apod_feed at 04:43am on 23/07/2017

Posted by Associated Press

President Donald Trump said that he has "complete power" to issue pardons, an assertion that comes amid investigations into Russian interference in last year's presidential election.

Posted by Kim LaCapria

Reports that NASA has confirmed the Earth will experience 15 straight days of darkness in November 2017 are just an updated version of an old hoax.
July 22nd, 2017

Posted by Associated Press

A British man and his young daughter have gained international attention for being fined 150 pounds ($195) for selling lemonade without a license near their home in London

Posted by Shaunacy Ferro

Protect your eyes while still catching a glimpse of the rare solar eclipse coming in late August.

Posted by Chris Higgins

A software error coupled with a radar failure led to the loss of NASA's first Venus probe.

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