Rail dig may have found London's lost "Black Death" graves

LONDON (Reuters) - Archaeologists said on Friday they had discovered a lost burial ground during excavations for a massive new rail project in London which might hold the bodies of some 50,000 people who were killed by the "Black Death" plague more than 650 years ago. Thirteen skeletons, laid out in two careful rows, were found 2.5 meters (8.2 feet) below the road in the Farringdon area of central London by researchers working on the 16 billion pound ($24 billion) Crossrail project. ...

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Swiss police arrest "healer" accused of infecting 16 with HIV ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss police have arrested a self-styled healer after he stopped attending a trial where he stands accused of infecting 16 people with HIV using acupuncture needles. Swiss police said on Friday that they stormed the home of the 54-year-old man, who had barricaded himself inside, was armed with a knife and had issued repeated threats. An unidentified woman with him was also arrested. ...

Leonardo proposes to TV presenter partner live on air

ROME (Reuters) - Paris St Germain sports director Leonardo asked his Sky Italia presenter partner Anna Billo to marry him live on air after Friday's Champions League quarter-final draw. Billo, who was presenting Sky's Italian coverage of the draw in Switzerland, was speaking to Leonardo about PSG's quarter-final pairing with Barcelona when she asked him if he had any questions for the studio panel.

Cops: Pa. guard shot finger trying to remove ring

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A federal prison guard has been charged with shooting his own finger in a drunken attempt to remove his wedding ring during an argument with his wife at their northwestern Pennsylvania home, police said.

Rail dig may have found London's lost "Black Death" graves

LONDON (Reuters) - Archaeologists said on Friday they had discovered a lost burial ground during excavations for a massive new rail project in London which might hold the bodies of some 50,000 people who were killed by the "Black Death" plague more than 650 years ago.

Leonardo proposes to TV presenter partner live on air

ROME (Reuters) - Paris St Germain sports director Leonardo asked his Sky Italia presenter partner Anna Billo to marry him live on air after Friday's Champions League quarter-final draw.

Man Commits Suicide During Gun Safety Class

Police in Bellevue, Wash., are investigating the death of a 50-year-old man who apparently committed suicide on Sunday during a gun safety class.

Brian J. Parry reportedly shot himself in the head with a pistol during the class, which was held at a local gun range. His death was witnessed by more than a dozen people, including children, the Seattle Times reported.

PHOTO: Moldy Minute Maid Allegedly Sickens Kids

Mealbreaker (n.): a nasty, non-edible surprise found in food while it is being eaten; often lawsuit-provoking, sometimes fabricated, always disgusting

A Reddit user recently recounted a horrifying tale, alleging that a moldy carton of Minute Maid orange juice sickened a family that had unknowingly been drinking from it for about a week.

WATCH: This Pug Isn't Easy To Please!

Most pets love to get their paws on human food whenever they can, but this pug takes the animal foodie trend to a whole new nevel.

Pablo is the tiniest, most pugalicious food critic we've ever met. And he's not shy about sharing his refined food tastes with you in this video.

Oh Deer! A 'Killing Field In The Nation's Capital'?

Oh dear, oh deer.

Five D.C. residents and an animal rights group that sued to stop the National Park Service from hunting white tailed deer in D.C.'s Rock Creek Park had their motion for summary judgment dismissed by a federal judge on Thursday.

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