Boy, 4, uninjured after falling out third floor window onto rocks

Dylan Hayes with his mother 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A little boy was miraculously left uninjured despite falling out from a third story window onto the rocks below, according to video uploaded to the internet.

"I fall really really far", 4-year-old, Dylan Hayes told a television news station after miraculously surviving a fall of three stories in which the child turned over twice before landing on his feet.

The local television news station reported that the young Dylan was standing on the living room sofa that was moved near the window trying to talk to his neighbors downstairs when he fell out.

"I was terrified," his mother, Jessica Hayes told the television news station. "I did not know what I was going to see when I got to the ground floor," she added.

She had moved the couch next to the window because she was shampooing the carpet in the living room, she told the television news station.

Hayes also said that it must have been her longest trip downstairs in her life.
Despite landing on his feet, Dylan was taken to a local hospital and kept under observation for 20 hours.

Doctors put a neck brace on the child as a precaution, but said that he appeared to have not suffered any injury. Even more surprising, Dylan landed on solid rocks.

"It must have been angels who watch over him," the grandmother of the child, Kelli Hayes, said.
Meanwhile, Jessica Hayes said that the incident reminded her to never make assumptions about the safety of her child. She also moved from the apartment and is looking for a new home on the first floor.

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Tehran Iran hit with 25 million rats some as big as cats

Hunter holds up huge rat 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) The largest city in Iran got hit with an estimated 25 million rats with some larger than cats, according to press reports in the United States.

Tehran has a rodent problem, a very large problem. Rats not only easily outnumber the residents of the city, they are also monstrously large. According to press reports, these parasites can weigh up to 11 pounds more than some regular cats.

The city has always had a problem with rats. Each spring, the water from the melted snow dumped from the Alborz mountains, brings the rats out from the underground. Back in 2000, Iran attempted to poison the rats, make them thirsty and forcing them underground in search of water, It did not work. In any event, the rats now appear to be even stronger and larger.

An environmental adviser to the council, Ismail Kahram, said: "They are bigger now and they look different. These are changes that normally take millions of years of evolution."

So now, in addition to chemicals, authorities have deployed sniper teams equipped with infrared lights for night hunting. So far, teams have been successful in breaking down only about 2,000 of them.

"It has become a 24 hour, 7 days a week war," Hadi Heydarzadeh, the head of Tehran Municipality's environmental agency, said last month. "We use chemical poisons to kill rats during the day and at night we use snipers,” he added.

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Television news anchor laughs uncontrollably at swimming cat

Susan Bahorich 
By: Moses Gold

(Scroll down for video) A television news anchor laughed uncontrollably after watching a fat cat swimming in order to lose weight, according to video uploaded to the internet.

The news anchor reporting the news for television news station in Roanoke, Virginia, could not help herself but laugh when reporting about the cat who tried everything to lose weight. But come on, how could anyone not smile at this?

After about 10 seconds of reporting that featured a fat cat doing some strokes while dressed in swimming gear news anchor Susan Bahorich, was hit with a severe case of laughter.

Bahorich, plowed ahead with her report, but seemed to find the video too ridiculous. By the end of the 40-second segment she could barely string two words together.

While the laughing fit was unintended, it made it as a nice little live television clip.

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Police find woman carrying baby fetus inside plastic shopping bag

Woman carrying bags 
By: John Roberts

A woman was seen walking down a street with what appeared to be a fetus inside a plastic shopping bag, according to a statement by police in Maine.

Authorities are investigating what appeared to be a fetus the woman was carrying in a plastic bag while walking in downtown Bangor, according to a local television news station.

Police confronted the woman Friday afternoon after receiving a call that she had a fetus, Sergeant Paul Edwards, told the television news station. What appeared to be a fetus was inside a sealed plastic container inside a plastic bag, he said.

No one was arrested and no charges have been filed.
The state medical examiner is expected to perform a test on Tuesday to determine whether it was indeed a fetus and if so how old it was, if it was a miscarriage or abortion and who the mother is.

The woman, whose identity was not released, was interviewed and released, he said.
"When the woman saw the police officers approaching she walked directly over to the police officers and handed it over," Edwards said. He did not elaborate.

Three people arrested after owner sees his stolen yacht on television

A yacht 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A television news report showed how three people were being rescued by police after being stranded at sea.

While seeing the news report, one man realized that the yacht which was shown on television was his stolen vessel.

At first, police attempted to rescue the three people onboard but soon after completing the rescue mission, the three were arrests.

Police said that the robbers took the boat before dawn and sailed the boat to a coastal town south of San Francisco, California, where they became stranded on a surf beach.

While watching the rescue mission live on television, yacht owner John Fruth, recognised his vessel and alerted authorities.

The three arrested suspects on the yacht were identified by police as Leslie Gardner, 63, Dario Mira, 54, and Lisa Modawell, 56.

The yacht is reportedly worth $4 million, accommodates six people in three cabins and is available for rent at a rate of $5,000 per day.

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Woman without any driving experience saves bus after driver passes out

Janai Stafford 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A woman without any driving experience was able to step up to the plate and rescue an entire busload of passengers after the bus driver suddenly passed out at the wheel, according to press reports in Baltimore, Maryland.

Police confirmed that the woman, who saved the day when the bus driver became ill while behind the wheel, does not have a driver’s license.

A local television news station reported that Janai Stafford got on the bus in Baltimore, outside a Giant Supermarket. She noticed that the bus had a lot of children on board so she sat down in the front, near the driver.

Shortly after Stafford came aboard, the driver said: "Something is not right. I do not feel good. Something is not right." Then, Stafford said: "He face just dropped on the wheel."

Stafford acted quickly, embracing her inner action hero. She put her foot on top of the driver's foot, slowing the bus down and drove it slowly to the side of the road. "It just happened. I put my foot on his foot, wrapped my arm around him and moved the bus over to the right side of the road," she told the television news station.

Her action would be a heroic gesture for anyone, but Stafford’s quick thinking action was even more remarkable considering that she has no driver's license. She told the television news station that knows how to drive a car, but does not yet have a permit yet.

"I was not even sure where the drivers foot rested," she told the television news station. "I'm either going to press on the gas or press on the brake. Fortunately, I hit the brakes." she added.
After this, a driving test will be a piece of cake.

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Busy Nevada highway gets covered in Heinz Ketchup

Truck that dumped ketchup on the road 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) A busy Nevada highway was suddenly covered in Heinz Ketchup, according to video uploaded to the internet.

It looked a lot worse than it was. A semi truck with thousands of bottles of Heinz Ketchup crashed on I-80 near Reno, Nevada, leaving large red pools of tomato paste all over the busy road.

Fortunately, no one was hurt, but traffic quickly became backed up on Thursday. Sergeant Janay Sherven of the Nevada Highway Patrol told a local newspaper: "I saw red all over the road. No not from bodies, just ketchup.”

Police believe the accident occurred when the truck driver swerved to avoid a car. The truck collided with the median of the highway and hit a light pole, which in turn opened the side of the trailer.

Then came the tomato sauce. Lots and lots of ketchup. State transportation officials used plows to clean the dirty road. All the ketchup ended up in a landfill.

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3 horses run wild on busy New Jersey highway

Horses on the highway 
By: Sarah Weiss

(Scroll down for video) Several wild horses stopped traffic on a popular New Jersey highway by running around on the road, according to video uploaded to the internet.

State Police had to play cowboy after three horses and a pony escaped from a farm and hit the Atlantic City Expressway in Winslow Township, halfway between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Atlantic City, New Jersey. Police managed to corral the horses along the side of the road. No animals or humans were hurt.

This is not the first time animals disrupt a busy highway.
A herd of cows caused a chain reaction car accident on Route 168 Sunday night.
The drivers said the accident happened just after 11:00 pm in Hickory Township, Lawrence County.

Michael Brown said he was heading north on the highway when he saw five cows in front of him. Brown said he hit two of the cows after trying to make a sudden stop.

Brown said he left his car and tried to warn drivers about the impending situation, but a woman from New Castle and another driver crashed behind her when she stopped to prevent hitting the animals.

"This man was standing on the side of the road with a flashlight. He had hit two cows and stopped before reaching the other cows and got hit from behind," said the driver from Wesley Sub.

No human was seriously injured. All three vehicles were towed from the scene and suffered severe damage. Sadly two cows died.
It is not immediately known where the cows came from or who owns them. State police are investigating.

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Woman kills her husband over pet cat

A woman with her cat 
By: John Roberts

(scroll down for video) A woman seemed to have loved her cat more than she loved her husband.

The 56-year-old woman claimed she was protecting her cat from her husband who disliked the cat, when she stabbed her husband to death, according to press reports in Russia.

The woman, who lives in Siberia has been charged with murdering her husband over a cat she had previously adopted.

The couple, who lived in the Zakamensky district in East Siberia's Republic of Buryatia, had been drinking at home to the point of intoxication when the tragic incident occurred, according to local press reports.

The woman claims that her husband started chasing the cat and wanted to hurt the cat. The woman saw the need to protect the cat.

She allegedly grabbed a knife and stabbed her husband three times in the chest. The man had died at the scene.

The woman is under investigation and is scheduled to undergo a psychological examination. She faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of murder.

This is not the first time a woman harmed her husband over her cat. 42-year-old Audrey Deen Miller, from Texas, shot her husband after the couple allegedly got into an argument.

While arguing, the husband allegedly threatened to harm the cat. That is when she shot him.

The husband was rushed to the hospital where he was treated and released, while the wife was booked into jail.

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New Brooklyn New York studio offers Holocaust survivor Disco dancing

Disco dance club 
By: David Ross

A new studio is helping Holocaust survivors by offering Disco dancing, according to press reports in New York.

The new program aims to help Holocaust survivors in Brooklyn, New York. Since the beginning of this year, Minnie’s Place, a unique dance club in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Canarsie, has hosted elderly survivors for therapy sessions to the pulsating rhythms of 1970s club music.

The club is located inside the Hebrew Educational Society on Seaview Avenue. Minnie’s place is pimped out in black lights, a disco ball and an aromatherapy diffuser with psychedelic images projected on the walls. The facility also installed voice sensitive lights.

Elderly Jews will psychologically and spiritually benefit from the multisensory space, designed in accordance with a therapeutic approach developed in the 1970s by the Institut De Hartenburg in the Netherlands. It is meant to help deal with the pain and anxiety caused by repressed memories of the Holocaust.

"I feel like I'm in heaven," Dora Zalcberg, 89, said. "This makes me forget all my problems and what I went through," she added.
Zalcberg, who was a teenage prisoner in the concentration camp Parschnitz, is one of 350 Holocaust survivors who are expected to use the facility. The dance is free, lasting 30 to 40 minutes once a week.

Driver who killed the Glaubers has previous manslaughter conviction

Julio Acevedo 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) Investigators are working tirelessly to bring justice for the Glauber couple and their baby who were killed in a car crash.

Now, police have released a picture of a man who is believed to have been the driver. Julio Acevedo, 44, is said to have been the driver of the BMW which killed The Glauber family. So far, police have not been able to find him.

Earlier this week, 29-year-old Takia Walker, was arrested after her car was involved in the hit and run accident. Walker owned the BMW which was involved in the fatal accident, but she was not driving, according to police.

Walker, who lives in the Bronx, was not in the car at the time of the accident. She was arrested on charges of insurance fraud. She is accused of allowing a third party who was not listed on her car insurance policy to drive her car.

According to court records Acevedoa, served 8 years in prison for manslaughter. He was arrested again a couple of weeks ago for driving drunk. At his last arraignment, the judge had not ordered any bail. He has a court date set for a later date on that case.

Now, there's a $5,000 dollar reward for anyone who can lead police to his whereabouts.

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Girl breaks up with boyfriend after he pushes her off 400 foot cliff

Jessica Powell and Creighton Baird 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A group of daredevils set up ropes so they can jump off a cliff.

The adventure might have been fun for most of the group, but one man paid a heavy price by losing his girlfriend over the jump.

Some friends were on a camping trip in Utah, along with their girlfriends, when they set up the ropes so they can jump off the cliff.

The jump is dangerous and can be fatal if one of the secured ropes comes loose.

Several eager jumpers tested the swing and they enjoyed the thrill, but Jessica Powell could not muster up the courage to make the dangerous jump.

Her boyfriend, Creighton Baird, who had already jumped off the cliff with the swing, wanted his girlfriend to face her fears and to give it a try.

Baird tried gently to persuade his nervous girlfriend to attempt the feat, but she was too scared. After 45 minutes, he finally took control and nudged Powell towards the edge of the cliff. He then pushed her off the cliff despite Powell begging him not to push her.

While Powell descended into the canyon she gave a series of chilling screams and then shouted: 'I'm breaking up with you!'

At that point Baird started laughing, telling his friend: “I have just been dumped,” to which his friend replies: “can I have her number?”

Baird then said: “I know one day she will be looking back and thanking me for this.”
Well, that might not happen so fast as the couple officially broke up and are not together anymore.

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Man with Down syndrome opens and runs his own restaurant

Tim Harris 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) This is an amazing story about a man with Down syndrome who has reached the American dream.

Since he was a young child, 26-year-old Tim Harris, dreamed of having his own restaurant.

The friendly man with Down syndrome did not let anything come in the way of his dream of owning his own restaurant, and his devoted parents, Keith and Jeannie Harris, helped make his dream a reality.

Harris opened a restaurant called Tim's Place, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and friendly hugs seven days a week.

Harris has given over 30,000 free hugs from opening day two years ago, according to the “hugs counter” which he proudly displayes on his wall.

Besides being an entrepreneur and restaurateur owner, Harris also has a college degree and gold medals from the Special Olympics.
"I have more medals than Michael Phelps," Harris said proudly.

His parents raised him just as they have his three brothers to set themselves high-expectations and Harris is definitely living up to his potential.

As of now, Harris is the only restaurant owner in the world who has Down syndrome. He is happy to be a role model to others with disabilities to follow their dreams. His brother, Dan Harris, is the operations manager at Tim’s place.

During high school, Harris worked at a local Red Robin restaurant. There, he learned learned a lot about welcoming guests at a restaurant.

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Man who attacked Jewish campers sentenced to up to three years jail

Mark Trail 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested, charged and convicted of attacking Jewish campers in Pennsylvania, according to court proceedings in Pennsylvania.

Now, the man who pleaded guilty to ethnic intimidation late last year, was sentenced Thursday in Wayne County.
Mark Trail, 22, received six months to three years in prison.

Investigators say that on three occasions last summer, Trail and four others drove through Camp Bonim at high speed, destroying property, shouting racial slurs and shooting paint balls at campers.

Camp Bonim is a Jewish summer camp in Clinton Township, near Waymart.
Tyler Spencer, also pleaded guilty to related charges in the beginning of this year.

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Microsoft owes $1 billion in taxes to Denmark

By: Debbie Gross

Microsoft has found itself hit with a big tax bill, according to a statement by the government of Denmark.

Denmark wants Microsoft to pay $1 billion in back taxes in one of the largest tax cases in U.S. history, the local press in Denmark reported on Monday.

The Danish tax authority is in talks with Microsoft over unpaid taxes arising from the acquisition of Danish company Navision Software in 2002.

The tax authority said that Microsoft sold the rights to the successful Navision business planning software, now under the name of Dynamics NAV, below the market value of a subsidiary in Ireland.

As a result, the tax authority claims 5.8 billion kronor in back taxes and interest on the sale of Dynamics NAV.

Ocean Parkway and Eastern Parkway are Brooklyn's most deadliest roads

Brooklyn's most dangerous roads 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

The New York Department of Transportation has released a list of Brooklyn’s most deadliest roads, according to a press release by the department.

Among the most dangerous roads were Ocean Parkway, Eastern Parkway and Bedford Avenue, according to the report.
The most dangerous road in Brooklyn for pedestrians is Ocean Parkway, according to the new study.

Drivers killed six people on the street that runs between Prospect Park and Coney Island between 2009 and 2011. The death toll for Brooklyn overall stood at 132, from 2009 to 2011.

Three of the six people killed were in the Kensington part of Ocean Parkway, between Church and Ditmas Avenues, where two adults and a person of 60-years-old died.

The second most dangerous road on the list was Eastern Parkway, were 5 people were killed.
Also on the list was Bedford Avenue, which saw 4 people killed from 2009 to 2011.

All three roads run through areas that are heavily populated by ultra-Orthodox Jews.

New app helps Israelis quickly find bomb shelters

New bomb shelter app 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A new app will finally help all Israelis find bomb shelters quickly after a missile alert is heard, according to press reports in Israel.

In the video below you can see the bomb shelter app in action.

By Aryeh Savir

Tazpit News Agency For

Smartphone apps provide a wide range of services, including information and entertainment; In Israel, the apps have another unique life-saving use. Following the recent security-related tension in northern Israel, partially the result of the civil war in Syria, i-Apps, an Israeli smartphone application development company, has updated its "Merkhav Mugan" (residential secure space) app to include all secure shelters throughout all of Israel.

The GPS based app assists a citizen fleeing from rocket fire to locate the closest bomb shelter or secure area, providing the fastest route to it. Updates from the emergency authorities are also provided in real time. The app enables anyone to add information about available shelters which are not yet listed on the app

The app was first launched six months ago and provided service to the residents of southern Israel who were under the threat of rocket fire from Gaza. i-Apps received information from the municipalities on the location of shelters in the north and have updated the info on the existing app.

"This app helps citizens to find safe areas throughout Israel during emergencies", i-Apps CEO Uri Segal stated. He called on all the municipal authorities to update unknown locations on the app, thus providing a comprehensive and much needed service in a time of crisis. The idea was presented to i-Apps by Segal and Eyal Aprearte, residents of Ashdod, who have learned the necessity of this life saving app first hand.

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Woman on hunger strike charged with attempt to commit suicide

Irom Sharmila 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with attempting to commit suicide after she went on a hunger strike in order to protest government killings of civilians, according to court proceedings in India.

Activist Irom Sharmila, a woman of northeast India, who has been force-fed for the last 12 years, was flown to Delhi so a judge could charge her with attempting suicide.

"I do not want to commit suicide. My hunger strike is only a measure of a nonviolent protest," the activist told the judge, according to a local newspaper report. "It is my wish to live like a human being. I love life. I do not want to take my life, but I want justice and peace," the activist told the judge at the hearing.

The activist known as the Iron Lady of Manipur, launched her fast in November 2000 to protest the killing of a group of civilians by paramilitary forces and to demand the repeal of legislation that provides effective immunity to soldiers. Since then, she has refused to eat, drink or even brush her teeth.

After refusing to end her fast untill the Armed Forces Special Powers Act is canceled, she has been repeatedly arrested and fed twice a day with a tube attached to her nose. In 2006, she took her protest to Delhi, where she was arrested by police and charged under Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code, which does not allow a person to attempt suicide.

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Real life Batman hands over criminal to police

Batman hands over wanted suspect to police 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) If you thought that Batman and Robin only fight crime in Gotham City you were mistaken, according to police reports in the United Kingdom.

A mysterious man dressed as Batman demonstrated the same abilities to fight crime as the Caped Crusader when he handed over a suspect wanted for theft in the United Kingdom.

Security video captured the scene of a man wearing an ill-fitting suit, gloves, cape and mask, bringing a 27-year-old man to a police station in Bradford, which is located in northern England.

The suspect was arrested and charged with possession of stolen goods and fraud-related offenses, police said. But the costumed crime fighter disappeared into the night without leaving his name.

"The person who brought the wanted suspect to the police station wore a full Batman suit," a spokesperson for the West Yorkshire Police, said. "His identity, however, remains unknown," the spokesperson added.

The suspect was handed over in the early hours of the morning, police said. Police released photos of the incident the next day.

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Baby cured of AIDS for the first time ever

Dr. Deborah Persaud studying the case 
By: Eva Fett

(Scroll down for video) A potentially breakthrough in the treatment of the AIDS virus was recently announced.

A Mississippi baby born with the AIDS virus seems to have been cured after being treated with an aggressive regimen of drugs immediately after his birth two years ago, an unusual case that could trigger changes to the treatments of hundreds of thousands of babies born in the world every year with the AIDS virus.

The findings were published on Sunday by researchers and marked only the second documented case ever of a human patient who was cured of the infection. The first, known as the Berlin patient was cured as a result of a bone marrow transplant several years ago.

The new case was discovered after the girl's mother stopped treatment and doctors realized that the virus was undetectable even without medication. HIV patients usually must take medication for the rest of their lives.

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