A sister and brother were killed in a triple fatal head-on collision so gruesome that an emergency responder nearly died when he suffered a massive heart attack at the catastrophic accident site. Eric Neibaur, 15, and his 13-year-old sister, Lauren, were killed Sunday in a head-on crash on US 30 near McCammon, Idaho. The teens were on their way back from a dirt bike-riding and camping trip in Island Park when a pickup truck driven by Eric drifted into the eastbound lane and slammed into an SUV driven by Jay Lanningham, 70, of Nampa, the Idaho State Journal reports. All three were pronounced dead at the scene. The emergency responder with Bannock County Search and Rescue who went into cardiac
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You see, when I started my CrossFit journey to getting completely ripped, I was convinced that after six months, I'd have amazing transformation photos to share. Some of the women even said they wished their muscles were bigger, and now they just care about what their bodies can do, and what their goals are like to squat more weight, or do higher box jumps.
North Korea has asked the U.S. to cease its joint military drills with South Korea. While the U.S. maintains that the drills are a part of their routine defensive preparations, North Korea has branded them as a precursor for invading their country.
To celebrate her show’s fourteenth season, Ellen DeGeneres decided to give audience members some items from “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” gift shop.
The bullet traveled 3,450 meters-over two miles-and took less than 10 seconds to reach its target: a fighter for the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in Iraq. A member of Canada’s Joint Task Force 2-part of the U.S.-led coalition that is taking the fight to ISIS in Iraq-made the kill during an operation that took place within the last month in Iraq, sources told The Globe and Mail. The sniper used a McMillan TAC-50 sniper rifle-the standard long-range sniper of the Canadian military-and fired the shot from a high-rise building in an undisclosed location.
Correcting past errors Depending on which way you see it, ancient Egyptians have the privilege or ignominy of being one of the most investigated peoples of antiquity. Scientists have virtually undressed mummies, diagnosed from beyond the grave, and exposed miscarriages and 3,000-year-old scams. Extracting genome data is a new frontier for Egyptologists, however. Scientists took 166 bone samples from 151 mummies, dating from approximately 1400 B.C. to A.D. 400, extracting DNA from 90 individuals and mapping the full genome in three cases. Previous DNA analysis of mummies has been treated with a necessary dose of skepticism, explains professor Johannes Krause of the Max Planck Institute. "When
Jun 23, 2017
As soon as you're finished working today, get outside and catch some critical solar rays. Perhaps you could make time for some summer reading or light gardening. And even if you're not inclined to wor...