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Taylor Swift, now Matt Rife? Comedian's fans latest caught in Ticketmaster's chaotic presale system

Comedian Matt Rife's fans became the newest victims of Ticketmaster's chaotic presale ticket system as some recounted frustrating experiences online.


Researchers find crocodile living alone in a Costa Rica zoo had a virgin birth

An egg laid in 2018 by a female crocodile living alone in a Costa Rica zoo was found to be fertile and only contain genetics from its mother.


AI can help doctors with breast cancer risk predictions, a new study found

A new study published Tuesday found that artificial intelligence could aid doctors in discovering breast cancer risks in patients.


Purdue opens new $41 million hypersonics facility

The new $41 million, 65,000-square-foot facility holds two wind tunnels, including the only Mach 8 quiet wind tunnel in the world.


Jasper County crash leaves two with critical injuries

One arrest made in connection with the Jasper County car crash on Sunday that ended in two involved parties being flown to an Illinois hospital.


Bomb squad assesses danger of two suspicious packages in downtown; all-clear given

Tippecanoe County bomb squad was sent to the Charles A. Halleck Federal Building to assess danger of suspicious packages left outside of the building.


Yellowstone issues plea after multiple incidents of tourists disturbing wildlife: 'Leave it alone'

Yellowstone National Park officials are urging visitors to respect the rules after a baby bison was euthanized and an elk calf was put in a car.


Pope Francis to undergo intestinal surgery, will be hospitalized for several days, Vatican says

The Vatican said in a statement that Pope Francis, 86, will receive intestinal surgery and will be put under general anesthesia.


Defined by Trump, can Mike Pence reset his image to win over 2024 GOP primary voters?

Mike Pence has launched his 2024 campaign. He is the first former vice president in modern times to run against the president under whom he served.


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