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Past articles by Josh:

OnPolitics: No Greenland for you

Trump touted himself as messiah and looked to buy Greenland. It's the week in politics. → Read More

Leave your shoes at the door: Science says they're covered in poop and could make you sick

Studies suggest the soft bottoms of shoes bring legions of disease-carrying bacteria and fecal germs deep into your home — E. Coli included. → Read More

OnPolitics: Trump's rolling out the tanks

A military parade follows Trump's visit to North Korea and outrage flows from the border. → Read More

OnPolitics: Your debate night cheat sheet

Two nights. Two debates. Eleventy billion Democratic candidates (or so it seems). → Read More

OnPolitics: The campaign that never ended

Trump's campaign is back. Not that it ever left. → Read More

Police chief gives driver $575 ticket for tossing cigarette out window in Canada

Police chief Del Manak in Victoria, British Columbia, caught a driver flicking a lit cigarette out of the car window. It ended with a hefty fine. → Read More

'You guys are the heroes': Missing hiker Amanda Eller thanks rescuers in emotional appearance

Amanda Eller, the Hawaii hiker rescued after being lost for weeks in a Maui forest, is in recovery. Now her rescuers are looking for Noah Kekai Mina. → Read More

'We can do better than this!' 10 tons of trash left on Virginia beach after Memorial Day event

Hundreds of beach-goers at Floatopia, a Memorial Day weekend event, left 10 tons of garbage at Virginia Beach's Ocean Park, WCNC-TV reported. → Read More

OnPolitics: 'Engaged in a cover-up'

The drama that could upend the 2020 race. → Read More

People gossip 52 minutes each day, study shows. But it's not all bad.

University of California–Riverside study found out who is most likely to gossip and about what. But most gossip isn't negative, the study showed. → Read More

'Flesh-eating' genital infection linked to certain diabetes drugs, study finds

A new study shows a necrotizing infection of the genitals, known as Fournier Gangrene, is tied to Type 2 diabetes drugs called SGLT2 inhibitors. → Read More

Couples are having less sex, study shows. The 'sheer pace of modern life' may be to blame

A massive, 20-year analysis suggests those starting families and juggling careers are experiencing a decline in frequency of sex. But they want more. → Read More

Those deer on your lawn? They're delivering disease-ridden ticks to your doorstep

One expert calls it a "hidden threat": Disease-carrying ticks are hitching rides on the deer commonly found on suburban lawns across the U.S. → Read More

Amputee left to crawl after United Airlines denies scooter battery before flight, he says

Stearn Hodge, a 68-year-old amputee who lost his arm and leg in an accident, says United and airport employees took a battery needed for his scooter. → Read More

Sponges left in sinks become fecal germ bombs, science says

Perhaps you leave your sponge in the kitchen sink between. Never ever do that again. → Read More

Chalking tires to enforce parking rules is unconstitutional, court says

An appeals court ruled in favor of Michigan woman Alison Taylor against the City of Saginaw regarding the chalk left on car tires for parking tickets. → Read More

​​​​​​​'Well played': Speed trap foiled by anonymous plywood sign, CCSO says

The Collier County Sheriff's Office shared an image of a sign that warned speeding drivers: "POLICE AHEAD." → Read More

​​​​​​​'Well played': Police speed trap foiled by anonymous plywood sign, officers say

The Collier County Sheriff's Office shared an image of a sign that warned speeding drivers: "POLICE AHEAD." → Read More

Up to 300 teenagers involved in fight at amusement park: 'No one could leave'

Up to 300 teens were drawn into a ruckus that broke out at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri, authorities said. → Read More

What is a redaction? Its definition and what it means for the Mueller report

The 400-page report on special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has been redacted, Attorney General William Barr said. Here's what that means. → Read More