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Minnesota surgeon loses job after telling school board to let parents make decisions about masking kids

Dr. Jeffrey Horak appeared before the Fergus Falls school board on Oct. 11 and spoke out against a mask mandate.

Woman blows out giant 'booger' 20 years after childhood bead-stuffing incident

"As soon as I got it out I called my fiancé, who was just as shocked, amazed and disgusted as I was," she said.

I’m a sugar mama and pay my man $15,000 a month to do whatever I want

Julie, 44, is a proud cougar and sugar mama whose man is 15 years her junior and earns a cool $15,000 a month just by being her boyfriend.

Your guide to all 12 zodiac signs: Dates, symbols, compatibility

The zodiac is composed of a dozen different signs — each with its own personality traits, strengths, weaknesses and characteristics. So if you’ve ever wondered. “Why are you like that?”...

I kept my baby attached to my placenta for 5 days and named it Alice

The 36-year-old mom and mental health nurse welcomed her son last month in September and explained why she opted for a non-traditional birth.

Blind paralympian in awe of bride's 'tactile' wedding dress: 'Like I was seeing her'

When blind paralympian Anthony Ferraro first met his wife Kelly Anne Ferraro on the Jersey Shore, he had just run into a pole. She was there to help — and she's...

Amazon delivery man caught tossing packages like Frisbees in security video

"Really disappointed how the driver can act in such a disrespectful manner," the customer said of the driver's shocking, time-saving hack.

Massachusetts school district ditches Halloween to be more inclusive, will celebrate fall instead

The announcement from Melrose Public Schools Superintendent Julie Kukenberger has been met with criticism by some parents, who are now organizing a costume parade in protest.

Astronomers spot first planet outside of Milky Way galaxy: 'It's a beautiful thing'

The newly minted M51-ULS-1b orbits two stars — one living and one dead — within the Whirlpool galaxy, about 28 million light-years away from Earth.

Having the 'kissing disease' as a kid, teen may increase your chance of developing multiple sclerosis

In order to reach these conclusions, researchers from Sweden and the United Kingdom used data from nearly 2.5 million Swedish people.