China beats U.S in cloning wars....

Thursday , January 25th
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HOT HEADLINES ( click the title to go to the full article)

Ex-Gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar Sentenced To Up To 175 Years. 

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Naked Teacher Caught On Video Chasing Students Around Playground. 

Turpin Minors To Be Split Between Foster Homes.

Chinese Scientists Become First To Successfully Clone Monkeys.

Heres todays 5 RANDOM FACTS

1 ~ In Bulgaria, people shake their heads to indicate 'yes' and nod for 'no'.

2 ~ Times Square was originally called Longacre Square. It was renamed in April of 1904 when the "New York Times" moved its headquarters there.

3~  James Smithson, the man who donated the money to the U.S. to start the Smithsonian, was British and had never visited America.  And no one knows exactly why he decided to give this country his fortune when he died.

4~  There hasn't been a U.S. president under 5-foot-9 in over 100 years.  The last one was William McKinley, who was 5-foot-7 . . . he was president from 1897 through 1901.

5 ~ Non-dairy creamer is flammable. As it turns out, sodium aluminosilicate, an ingredient added to keep powdered creamer from caking together, can become flammable when dispersed. In fact, the team at “Mythbusters” packed a large amount of powdered creamer into a cannon and, when lit, it set off a massive fireball.

At 7:05 we'll ask a question about one of those 5 RANDOM FACTS: If you remember the answer and get thru to Borasio, you win a handful of shots at up to $20,000 with the NJ Lotteries new scratch off game, "Love to Win" !!


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