The London Mail is reporting that British actress Lashana Lynch will be the next James Bond. Lynch would be the first female and the first black person to play Bond. (https://nyp.st/2Gdowtt)
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Federal Investigators are trying to determine the purpose of a giant temple on Jeffrey Epstein’s Private Island. Locals near St. Thomas called it “Orgy Island” before it closed. Prosecutors say Epstein is facing 10-15 years. (https://bit.ly/2YPjn1W)
Over 500,000 people have signed up to storm Area 51 on September 20th in an effort to uncover government proof of aliens. (https://bit.ly/2Jwy3Oe)
A power outage caused a blackout in New York City on Saturday night that left 42,000 people without electric.(https://nyp.st/2Y3amoJ)
Jennifer Lopez was forced to cancel her New York Concert because of Saturday’s blackout. Officials had to evacuate Madison Square Garden because of the incident. (https://pge.sx/2YRpfI8)
“Drunk Yoga” is quickly becoming one of the hottest workout trends in the country. (https://nyp.st/2L889md)
A Jet Blue flight was evacuated in Newark after a prankster sent a picture of a suicide vest to every passenger on board. (https://dailym.ai/2JwXCi5)
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Apples, pears, peaches, plums, strawberries, cherries, and almonds all belong to the rose family. While it might not shock you to find out that fruits such as apples, pears, peaches, strawberries, cherries, and plums are related, you might be surprised by the fact that they’re also related to almonds. And you’ll probably be amazed to discover that they all belong to the rose family Rosaceae, which includes more than 2,500 species in more than 90 genera.
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Officials say U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport thwarted a man's attempt to import several pounds of African rat meat. Customs spokesman Steve Bansbach said Tuesday that the man declared the 32 pounds of meat on June 26th when his flight arrived from the Ivory Coast. The meat was confiscated and destroyed. Bansbach says the man did not face a fine and continued on his journey because he was forthcoming about what he was bringing into the country. He says customs officials prohibit the entry of African meats to prevent the spread of African swine fever. The Department of Agriculture says the highly contagious and deadly viral disease affects domestic and wild pigs and is not a threat to humans. The department says it has never been found in the U.S. (https://bit.ly/2LHiuF1)
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