Referral Banners

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Reuters Oddly Enough Report

Click to View in Browser
Reuters Election 2012 Daily round-up of the day's top news from the campaign trail, the White House and all the politics in between
Moon objects found in astronaut Neil Armstrong's closet
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A treasure trove of objects that were supposed to have been left behind after the first moon landing have turned up in the closet of Neil Armstrong, the first man to step onto the lunar surface, the Smithsonian Institution has said.
Florida dumpster sleepers end up trapped in garbage truck
TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - A man and a woman sleeping in a dumpster after a night of drinking at a Florida casino ended up at a hospital complaining of back pain after they had to be rescued from a garbage truck, police said.
Penalty on tap for worker who urinated in California reservoir
(Reuters) - A public utilities employee found to have urinated into a California drinking water reservoir that had been emptied for maintenance likely will be suspended for several days without pay, a utility official said on Tuesday.
Belgian club plans appeal against 356-3 defeat
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A Belgian rugby club that succumbed to a record defeat at the weekend are seeking to have the result annulled because the referee arrived more than an hour late.
Greece's Varoufakis becomes unlikely heartthrob in Germany
BERLIN (Reuters) - Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has become an improbable heartthrob in Germany, where his demands to renegotiate the nation's debt fell on deaf ears but his charm and masculine appearance have not gone unnoticed.
Excavated records show the perilous past of 17th century Londoners
LONDON (Reuters) - Londoners in the 17th century were never far from danger as plague, infant mortality and angry mobs menaced the capital, burial records dug up by the Crossrail construction project showed on Monday.
Mum's the word as Brazilian club bid to curb violence
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian soccer club has employed fans' mothers to act as stewards in the hope it will discourage supporters from fighting.
Chilean mountaineers find plane lost in Andes over 53 years ago
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - After a grueling journey up into the rarefied air of the Andes mountains, an expedition team announced it has discovered the fuselage of a passenger plane that went missing over a half century ago.
Colombia's FARC rebels invite Miss Universe to attend peace talks
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's Marxist FARC rebels have invited the newly-crowned Miss Universe Paulina Vega, a native of the country's Caribbean coast, to attend their peace negotiations with the government, a bid to end 50 years of fighting.
'Hot Mugshot Guy' from California gets 27 months in prison
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Jeremy Meeks, the California man whose mugshot became a sensation among Web users admiring his male-model good looks, has been sentenced to more than two years in prison on a gun charge, federal prosecutors said on Friday.
Related Video
3D printed fetus sculptures for mothers-to-be
Japanese zoo simulates 'leopard' escaping in a practice drill
Entertainment News

'Fifty Shades' advance reviews defy stinker fears

Jon Stewart leaving Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show'
Reuters Business Today
A daily digest of breaking business news, coverage of the US economy, major corporate news and the financial markets. Register Today  
Your daily briefing on the latest tech developments from around the world from Reuters expert tech correspondents. Register Today  
- 3 Times Square New York, NY 10036 USA © Copyright 2010 Thomson Reuters
Ensure delivery of Reuters Newsmails, add to your address book. Details
Subscribe to other Reuters newsletters.
Unsubscribe from this newsletter.
Follow us on Twitter facebook Friend us on Facebook Forward this newsletter to a friend Forward to a friend

No comments: