Inmates Rehabilitate Kittens, Their Own Lives In 'Win-Win' Program

A Washington humane society has teamed up with a local women’s correctional facility to develop a purrfect solution to help both stray cats and prisoners.   The Kitsap Humane Society, in Silverdale, has developed an initiative called the “Pawsitive Prison Program” that places stray cats at nearby Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women to be rehabilitated by inmates.

What It Feels Like To Use Next-Level Virtual Reality

No one can see their hands, but everyone wants to. At least, that's the impression staffers at The Huffington Post left after they spent some time with Gear VR, the new virtual reality headset launching Friday from Samsung.

Miley Cyrus Wears Her Most Outrageous NSFW Outfit Yet

It's safe to say Miley Cyrus enjoys wearing as little as possible, especially on stage.  The singer kicked off her Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz Tour in Chicago on Thursday and managed to cover up while also revealing more than she ever has.

Humans Can Hibernate, Too, Thanks To A Realistic Bear Sleeping Bag

Does winter make you growl? Does the cold make you yearn for fur? If your answer is, "Does a bear crap in the woods?" then you'll be happy to know there's a cure-all to your hibernation — a sleeping bag shaped as a gigantic bear. 

Feast Your Eyes On These 7 Brilliant 3D Chalk Illustrations

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Region rewards weight loss with coal

Participants on a new regional TV show in Russia will be given coal for each kilogram of weight they lose.

Singapore megachurch leaders sentenced to jail for pop music fraud

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The co-founder of a Singapore church and five other leaders were sentenced to jail terms of up to eight years on Friday, for fraudulently diverting millions of dollars to support his wife's pop singing career.

News photographer's tripod mistaken for gun prompts 911 call

LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — Police were called to a central Pennsylvania office building after someone mistakenly thought a photographer's tripod was a gun.

Police: Man upset at missing birth made hospital bomb threat

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah man accused of calling in a hospital bomb threat because he was upset he couldn't attend his child's birth is being charged in federal court.


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