Remember that story we ran a few months ago about a man who claimed he cured his terminal cancer with a cheap dog deworming medicine? The story of Joe Tippens, an Oklahoma man who allegedly cured his terminal with the help of a $5 dog deworming drug called fenbendazole, went viral. Doctors said the cancer had spread everywhere in his body and he only had about three months to live, but today he is cured and he credits the veterinary medicine for the miracle.
Vet pharmacies all over South Korean have been reporting increased demand for fenbendazole from people desperate to cure themselves or their relatives of cancer, as well as difficulties securing the dog dewormer. The South China Morning Post.
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Hallmark Dream Job offers $1,000 to watch 24 Christmas movies
A website is offering a "dream job" for a holiday-loving person looking to make $1,000 watching 24 Hallmark Christmas movies.
Centurylinkquote.com said the winning "Hallmark Dream Job" applicant will receive $1,000, a streaming service subscription and a "movie watching kit" including cookies, cocoa, a mini Christmas tree and some Hallmark merchandise.
Federal Judge Rules Covington Student’s $275M Libel Lawsuit against NBC May Proceed
A federal court judge has ruled a Covington Catholic High School student can – with certain exceptions – continue with his $275 million libel lawsuit against NBC Universal for the network's coverage of a viral interaction between the Kentucky teenager and a Native American man, court papers and reports show.
“It’ll be December 9th—you’ll get the report”
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has revealed the release date of the Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz‘s report on alleged Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) abuses by the department (DOJ) and the FBI during the 2016 presidential election.
Graham, who is the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that the inspector general’s long-awaited report will be released on Monday, Dec. 9.