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North Korea is claiming that they have nuclear weapons small enough to carry on submarines. We don’t know if the claim is true, but if it is, it could be a threat to South Korea, Japan and even the United States.
Tonight, David Letterman will host his final Late Show. This job, Letterman told Alec Baldwin in 2012, has allowed the Indianapolis native to do exactly what he wanted for 33 years and for more than 6,000 episodes.
It’s no gimmick, Domino’s says Twitter is a permanent option for ordering pizzastarting Wednesday. Yes, customers can tweet @Dominos to get a pizza. Regulars will only need to tweet the pizza emoji.
An 18-year-old returned to her Detroit high school yesterday with a new kidney, donated by her gym teacher. For four years, she left school early three days a week to undergo kidney dialysis. The teacher said, “. ‘If that was my child, I would want someone to do the same. It was a no-brainer.’
If we got rid of smartphones in schools would kids do better? A new study says yes. It said that when smartphones were banned, kids’ test scores were higher. Kids who were already struggling with school had an even bigger improvement than the rest of the students.
Seattle is the 8th fittest city in America according to a new study. Declining death rates from diabetes and heart disease, as well as a high percentage of residents biking, walking, and using public transportation to get to work, were some of the things that got us into the top 10.
Jon Acuff—-If you’re going to risk and maybe fail, fail at something that matters. Fail gloriously so that even in failure, lives change.