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Bail set at $2 million for suspect identified in Trader Joe's standoff

<b>(CNN) —</b> Los Angeles police identified the suspect in Saturday's deadly armed standoff at a Trader Joe's grocery store as Gene Evin Atkins.<p>Atkins, 28, is being held on one count of murder and other charges soon to be determined, Los Angeles police Officer Drake Madison told CNN on Sunday. His bail …

Los Angeles

Chick-Fil-A Employee Leaves Jaws On Floor With Stunning Rendition Of ‘Proud To Be An American’

9:11 PM 07/20/2018<p>Chick-fil-A is regularly ranked as one of the most popular fast food restaurant in the country — with some of the best customer …

Customer Service

Major college football coach talks about his Christian faith…and it’s AWESOME!

No matter how you might feel about the Clemson football program (I’m a big fan), I think it’s really hard not to like their head coach Dabo Swinney …

College Football

Angela Merkel Defends Trump's Planned Meeting With Putin

President Trump got an unlikely defender Friday after it was announced that he would be meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the White …

Angela Merkel

Gorgeous! Check Out the Winning Shots in the World’s Most Prestigious Dog Photography Competition

Winners have just been announced in ‘The Kennel Club Dog Photographer of the Year’ competition, an annual dog photography contest organized by the …

Photography

Here's What Archaeologists Found Inside Egypt's Mysterious 2,000-Year-Old Sarcophagus

A mysterious black sarcophagus discovered in Egypt two weeks ago has been opened by archaeologists, according to Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities, …

Archaeology

Potential new MS drug could regenerate myelin

New research could lead to treatments for multiple sclerosis that regenerate myelin, the fatty coating that insulates nerve fibers and protects …

Medical Research

Denis Ten: Olympic figure skater who won bronze stabbed to death

Denis Ten, the first Kazakh figure-skater to win an Olympic medal, has been killed at the age of 25.<p>Kazakh news agency Kazinform reported that Ten died after being stabbed as two men attempted to steal his car mirrors in the country’s largest city, Almaty. He was taken to hospital but died around …

Figure Skating

This amber nugget from Myanmar holds the first known baby snake fossil

The first known fossil remains of a baby snake have turned up in a hunk of amber found in Myanmar. The critter, a new species named <i>Xiaophis</i> …

Breakthroughs

This little boy playing fetch with a dog through a fence is the cutest

Dawww!<p>No walls should be able to hold back your friendship. That’s the labored metaphor I’m going with after seeing this adorable video of a kid playing catch with a good dog.<p>This fence looks like it was created expressly for this purpose. High enough to keep the inquisitive pup enclosed safely, …

Cute

Disney wins: Comcast drops its bid for 21st Century Fox

Disney has won the war for 21st Century Fox.<p>Comcast announced Thursday that it will drop its pursuit of the 21st Century Fox assets that it was fighting over with Disney.<p>Comcast had bid $65 billion for Fox's movie studio, which is responsible for franchises like "Avatar" and "X-Men," along with …

Media Industry

Israel passes divisive law declaring only Jews have right to 'national self-determination'

Israel’s parliament has passed a divisive law declaring that only Jews have the right to “national self-determination” in Israel, prompting angry accusations from Arab citizens that the government is formally codifying racism.<p>The law, known as the nation state bill, passed by a narrow 62-55 margin …

Israel

Both Mice and Men Struggle to Abandon Their Best-Laid Plans

We’ve all done it: picked the wrong line at the grocery store. As every line around you speeds effortlessly by, yours shuffles on like a funeral …

Psychology

Psychedelic discovery could lead to new antidepressants

Structural changes in the brain may suggest that psychedelics, such as LSD and MDMA, are capable of repairing the circuits that malfunction in mood …

Neuroscience

Molecule targets DNA donut to stop cancer cells dividing

Cancer is essentially just cells that have gone rogue and are dividing unchecked, and now Australian researchers have designed a new molecule that …

Cancer

New Poll Delivers Big Blow To Hillary Clinton’s 2020 Hopes

10:15 PM 07/17/2018<p>Hillary Clinton just got some sobering news if she’s even considering another run for president in 2020.<p>A Rasmussen poll released …

Hillary Clinton

Test to detect early-stage melanoma could prevent $70m in biopsies

Australia and New Zealand have the highest rates of skin cancer in the world.<p>Between 12,000 and 14,000 Australians are diagnosed with melanomas - the …

Cancer

CRISPR Gene Editing May Be Doing More Damage Than Scientists Thought

Like a molecular ninja, the genome-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 slices through ultraspecific segments of DNA to cut out unwanted bits of genetic code. …

Genetics

Researchers find hidden signals in RNAs that regulate protein synthesis

Scientists have long known that RNA encodes instructions to make proteins. The building blocks that comprise RNA—A, U, C, and Gs—form a blueprint for …

Biochemistry

Cops see boy running around park in socks with bloody foot. What they do next will warm your heart.

Two police officers in Tukwila, Washington, came to the aid of a young boy playing in a park who was worse off than he realized on Thursday afternoon.<p>What are the details?<p>According to a viral post on the Tukwila Police Department’s Facebook page, two officers — who chose to remain unidentified — …

newfriend

Mischievous Dog Skillfully Evades His Human’s Attempts to Retrieve the GoPro in His Possession

A willful and rather mischievous German shepherd named Koby was having such a good time carrying a stick in his mouth with his human Daniel Brown‘s …

Pets

Meet the 29-year-old who founded a company that's using technology to find treatments for diseases thought to be incurable

The drug development process is laden with problems that make it lengthy and expensive. Right now, it takes 12 years and $2.6 billion to get a single drug to market, with the drug discovery and development process costing $1.4 billion.<p>Verge Genomics, run by 29-year-old Alice Zhang, is trying to …

Machine Learning

Soaked but smiling, Croatian president wins admirers at World Cup final

ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic has won many admirers for own performance at the World Cup final in Moscow, where she stood in driving rain at the closing ceremony, smiled and hugged every player from both teams.<p>Croatia lost to France 4-2 in a thrilling final on …

Emmanuel Macron

France Just Won the World Cup. Here’s How Much Their Players Get

For winning Sunday's final, FIFA will give France $38 million from its prize fund<p>France just played its way to its first World Cup victory in 20 …

Disability

Speaker cancels talk at BYU, says school 'fundamentally violates' religious freedom

This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2015, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for …

Religion

The first 3D, full-color X-rays will weird you out

Classic black and white x-rays, move down the bench.<p>New Zealand company MARS Bioimaging has developed the world's first full-color, 3D X-rays, and …

X-rays

Dog Is Obsessed With Toads — So Her Family Builds Toad 'Hotel' In Backyard

“She loves watching them swim and hop ... on nights when there are no toads to be found, Chloe becomes depressed, sulking in the middle of the …

Pets

AP Interview: US rescuer details high-risk Thai cave mission

MAE SAI, Thailand (AP) — The Thai boys saved from a flooded cave endured dives in zero visibility lasting up to half an hour. In places, they were put into harnesses and high-lined across rocky caverns, said a leader of the U.S. contingent involved in the operation, calling it a "once in a lifetime …

Scuba Diving

Controversial CRISPR "Gene Drives" Tested in Mammals for the First Time

Experiments in mice suggest the technology has a long way to go before being used for pest control in the wild

Genetics

Senate Looks Poised To Confirm Kavanaugh

8:23 PM 07/10/2018<p>A cloud is looming over the Senate Tuesday, and its name is D.C. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh.<p>Trump nominated Kavanaugh Monday …

Jeff Flake