Liberian officials confirmed a second Ebola case on Wednesday in the same town where the disease was detected days earlier on the corpse of teenager, seven weeks after the country was declared Ebola-free.
The sedated, blindfolded lions lay in the dirt, unwitting passengers about to embark on a 30-hour, 2,500-mile (4,000-kilometer) journey by truck and plane from South Africa to Rwanda, whose lion population was wiped out following the country's 1994 genocide.
PITTSBURGH - There are lots of old, pretty houses in Edgeworth, Penn., in the Pittsburgh metro area. So when John and Mary Menniti went house hunting in 2004, they knew renovations were in their future. They toured 401 Maple Lane and fell in love despite the work that lay ahead.
Soap may seem to be keeping germs at bay, but in many homes, it's doing harm. Surprisingly, there are items lurking in most homes that are unhealthy because they're old or contain harmful ingredients. The good news? For the most part, these things simply can be tossed to make the home healthier.
What with Grumpy Cat and therapy goats, $150 granite cat food bowls and $2,600 Gucci dog carriers, it's easy to think that a society that has dedicated pet bakeries, canine-only cable channels and a cat with more Twitter followers than the Dalai Lama has (forgive us) seriously gone to the dogs in recent years.
With the Fourth of July just around the corner, many of us dog owners must begin to prepare for the inevitable: fireworks. The fact that our county and state are even allowing the sale of fireworks to the public during a severe drought is ridiculous, but, alas, that is a topic for another column.
CUTLER BAY, Fla. - The treasure seeker, the bargain hunter, the occasional dabbler looking for the perfect vintage piece - they all begin to line up under the hot summer sun before the door creaks open at 9 a.m. on the dot. Who knows what they will find?