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GPS Reading Leads to Arrest

Being on probation, Bryan Betancur knows his movements are tracked electronically by parole and probation officers. After his GPS monitor showed the Maryland man was in the US Capitol on the afternoon of Jan. 6—during the mob attack—he was arrested. Federal court documents say Betancur has said he...

Screen Actors Guild may discipline, expel Donald…

After leaving the White House, President Donald Trump may lose his SAG card, too

Bali's monkey thieves apparently understand…

The token exchange paradigm shows that monkeys and great apes are able to use objects as symbolic tools to request specific food rewards. Such studies provide insights into the cognitive underpinnings of economic behaviour in non-human primates. However, the ecological validity of these laboratory-based experimental situations tends to be limited. Our field research aims to address the need for a more ecologically valid primate model of trading systems in humans. Around the Uluwatu Temple in Bali, Indonesia, a large free-ranging population of long-tailed macaques spontaneously and routinely engage in token-mediated bartering interactions with humans. These interactions occur in two phases: after stealing inedible and more or less valuable objects from humans, the macaques appear to use them as tokens, by returning them to humans in exchange for food. Our field observational and experimental data showed (i) age differences in robbing/bartering success, indicative of experiential learning, and (ii) clear behavioural associations between value-based token possession and quantity or quality of food rewards rejected and accepted by subadult and adult monkeys, suggestive of robbing/bartering payoff maximization and economic decision-making. This population-specific, prevalent, cross-generational, learned and socially influenced practice may be the first example of a culturally maintained token economy in free-ranging animals.

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Remembering Mac Miller

Remembering Mac Miller. Malcolm James McCormick was born on January 19, 1992, and passed on September 7, 2018. Here are five facts to celebrate the late rapper’s life. 1. He started rapping when he was 14 years old and went by EZ Mac before becoming Mac Miller. 2. Miller taught himself how to play the guitar, bass, piano and drums. 3. He was a record producer under the pseudonym, Larry Fisherman. 4. His debut studio album, 'Blue Slide Park,' was the first independently-distributed album to top the US 'Billboard' 200 chart since 1995. 5. Miller received his first-ever Grammy nomination posthumously for his last studio album, 'Swimming.'. Happy Birthday, Mac Miller!

'Biggest Dodge Truck Limo in Texas' Waiting for…

The presidential pardon watch continues, with President Trump expected to issue roughly 100 pardons and commutations on his last full day in office. Joe Exotic's legal team feels confident he'll be on the pardon list. How confident? The head of his legal team, Eric Love, tells KOCO 5 there is...

Michelle Obama Natural Curls For Her Birthday

Over the weekend, Michelle Obama celebrated her 57th turn around the sun as fans from all over rushed to social media to send her some birthday love. The Capricorn queen took to Instagram to thanks all the well-wishers and shared a selfie showcasing her beautiful natural hair. In the caption, she encourages fans to lead with care for themselves and others. "I know this past year has been difficult for us all on so many levels," the caption reads. It looks like she may be a few days into a wash-and-go with the extra frizz on her crown.

Police dog leaps into huge snowbank

A police department in the Austrian Alps shared this video of one of their K9s diving into the snow, saying, "Those who work hard deserve to have fun in the snow!”


Trailer for 'Boogie' starring Domenick Lombardozzi, Taylour Paige, Mike Moh, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Perry Yung

Tiffany Trump Makes News as She Leaves

On her last chance to make news at the White House, Tiffany Trump has announced that she's engaged. Her fiance is Michael Boulos, CNN reports. She posted the news Tuesday on Instagram , along with a photo of the couple on the White House colonnade, with her engagement ring visible. "It...

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Miners Trapped for 9 Days Request Pickles…

A dozen miners who have been trapped 1,700 feet beneath the surface since Jan. 10 are ready to eat more than nutritional liquids while they wait to be rescued. Using a telephone line that has been newly delivered to the No. 6 chamber of the gold mine, where all...

Teen whom Biden befriended as fellow stutterer…

The teenager whom President-elect Joe Biden befriended as a fellow stutterer has a book coming out this summer

World's friendliest UPS driver takes photos with…

World's friendliest UPS driver takes photos with dogs he meets on his route

Garth Brooks, New Radicals Added to Biden…

Garth Brooks, New Radicals , Added to Biden Inauguration Lineup. The country music legend was revealed as part of the Biden-Harris "Parade Across America" inaugural event lineup on Monday. . This is a great day in our household, this is not a political statement, this is a statement of unity. This is history, and it is an honor to get to serve, Garth Brooks, via 'The Hollywood Reporter'. According to Brooks, Dr. Jill Biden asked him if he would perform on Inauguration Day. What I want for all of us to do is listen, Garth Brooks, via 'The Hollywood Reporter'. New Radicals will also perform during the event, coming together as a band again for the first time in 22 years. The band will perform their 1998 hit, "You Get What You Give," a song that was also used during the 2020 Biden-Harris campaign. America knows in its heart that things will get bright again with a new administration and a real plan for vaccines on the way, Gregg Alexander, Frontman of New Radicals, via 'Rolling Stone'. That’s the message of the song… this world is gonna pull through, Gregg Alexander, Frontman of New Radicals, via 'Rolling Stone'. The event will be hosted by Tony Goldwyn and feature a slew of other celebrities, such as Jon Stewart and Andra Day

Baldwin Takes Himself Off Twitter

After weeks of online debate over his wife's ethnicity , Alec Baldwin has decided to step off the platform, though apparently not for good. "Twitter is like a party where everyone is screaming," the actor tweeted Monday. "Not much of a party. Goodbye for now." Debate has raged online about the...

Tiffany Trump Announces Engagement

(CNN) Tiffany Trump, the youngest daughter of President Donald Trump, announced her engagement to Michael Boulos Tuesday. Her happy news -- which happened at the White House -- comes on her father's final full day in office. "It has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael! Boulos, described by Town & Country as a "scion from a wealthy family overseas" and by Vanity Fair as a "billionaire heir," posted the same image, writing, "Got engaged to the love of my life!

Winds are howling across Southern California

AccuWeather’s Bill Wadell reports on the Santa Ana wind event that’s fueling gusty conditions as well as an increased wildfire threat across Southern California on Jan. 19.

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Space Sweepers (US Trailer 1)

Trailer for 'Space Sweepers' starring Song Joong-Ki, Kim Tae-ri, Seon-kyu Jin, Hae-jin Yoo, Ana Ruggiero

McConnell Blames Trump for Provoking Mob

Sen. Mitch McConnell hasn't said how he'll vote in the impeachment trial of President Trump, but he was clear about where he stands on the accusation Tuesday. "The mob was fed lies," the majority leader said on the Senate floor, the Hill reports. "They were provoked by the president and...

This Woman Can't Convince the Government She's…

It may sound like the punchline to a Monty Python skit , but the problem is all too real for a woman in France. Jeanne Pouchain has been struggling to convince the government that she's not dead for three years now, reports the Guardian . The mistake arose during a convoluted legal...