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BOSTON (Reuters) - People who want to see New England's colorful fall foliage no longer need to travel for the experience. A Boston-area man is offering to ship bundles of the dried up, multi-colored vegetation straight to your door for $19.99.

Australian car chase ends in Indian Ocean
Thu, 08 Oct 2015 18:51:07 GMT
PERTH, Australia - A car chase in western Australian ended in the choppy waters of the Indian Ocean when a stolen car suspect drove the vehicle into the water to avoid the police.

(Reuters) - The owner of a Kentucky reptile store had to be rescued by police after a 20-foot-long (6-meter) python weighing up to 125 pounds (57 kg) wrapped around him, authorities said.

London's Savile Row, home to Britain's top tailors, was turned into a grazing meadow on Monday, with a flock of sheep filling the street to help raise awareness of the wool industry.

(Reuters) - A hunter tracking elk in the Montana mountains said he fended off an attacking grizzly bear by shoving his arm into its throat to induce a gag reflex that would frighten it away, according to state wildlife managers.

OTTAWA (Reuters) - One of the world's most famous central bank chiefs, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, briefly became the late American actor Art Carney during a Canadian election debate on Friday.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge has thrown out a baseball fan's $10 million defamation lawsuit claiming that ESPN announcers poked fun at him after he dozed off during a New York Yankees game against the Boston Red Sox.

ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - A love triangle between bald eagles that played out before thousands of fans on a live webcam has ended badly in Florida with the death of Ozzie, longtime mate of Harriet, according to a Florida wildlife clinic.

Rajasthan, India - Forest officials in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan were forced to tranquilize a thirsty leopard after the animal's head got caught in a metal water pot.

MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Wisconsin wildlife officials have taken to social media to refute a hoax letter that suggested they had mistakenly added deer lawn ornaments to the last two annual statewide deer tallies.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Bill Cosby was expected to testify under oath on Friday in a lawsuit brought...
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Pulitzer-Prize-winning writer Hector Tobar says the 33 Chilean miners trapped d...
LONDON - "Breaking Bad" Bryan Cranston portrays blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in ...
(The Sports Xchange) - It came down to a battle of the bullpens. The Texas Rangers won that and ulti...
Royals edge Astros to even series at 1-1
Fri, 09 Oct 2015 23:42:50 GMT
(The Sports Xchange) - Ben Zobrist drove in Alcides Escobar with the go-ahead run in the seventh inn...
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Every Chicago Cubs fan can recite the bitter moments over decades past when they...
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The financial sector is expected to be a bright spot for U.S. earnings growth i...
(Reuters) - DoubleLine Capital, the investment firm with $80 billion in assets overseen by widely fo...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The growth of high-frequency trading in U.S. Treasuries has made it more diffic...