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Man creates ice cream that changes color when licked

Man creates ice cream that changes color when licked

CALELLA DE MAR, Spain, July 30 (UPI) --An ice cream store owner in Spain has invented "Xamaleon" ice cream that changes colors when licked.
Brooks Hays
Navy receives new aircraft counter-measure EW sub-system

Navy receives new aircraft counter-measure EW sub-system

CLIFTON, N.J., July 30 (UPI) --The first nine full-production ALQ-214(V)4/5 variant of onboard jammer sub-systems for U.S. Navy F/A-18 fighters have been delivered by Exelis.
Richard Tomkins

6-alarm fire doused in East Boston

BOSTON, July 30 (UPI) --A six-alarm fire sent a pillar of smoke into the sky Wednesday morning as it spread through several buildings in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston.
Frances Burns
Kelsey Grammer forgives sister's murderer but won't endorse parole

Kelsey Grammer forgives sister's murderer but won't endorse parole

BUENA VISTA, Calif., July 30 (UPI) --Kelsey Grammer spoke to Freddie Glenn, his sister Karen's murderer, for the first time and forgave him Tuesday, but testified against his release on parole.
Annie Martin
Prominent Uighur scholar charged in China with 'separatism'

Prominent Uighur scholar charged in China with 'separatism'

BEIJING, July 30 (UPI) --Chinese authorities have formally charged Ilham Tohti, a prominent Uighur academic and economics professor at Beijing's Minzu University, with "separatism."
JC Finley
Ariana Grande says fallout with her dad is the 'toughest' thing she's ever dealt with

Ariana Grande says fallout with her dad is the 'toughest' thing she's ever dealt with

NEW YORK, July 30 (UPI) --Ariana Grande spoke out about how difficult it was to fall out of touch with her father while interviewing for the September issue of Seventeen magazine
Veronica Linares
California restaurant places ban on crying children

California restaurant places ban on crying children

MONTEREY, Calif., July 30 (UPI) --California restaurant Old Fisherman's Grotto has banned crying children and won't provide highchairs or booster seats.
Evan Bleier
PETA pays Detroit woman's water bill for pledging to go vegan

PETA pays Detroit woman's water bill for pledging to go vegan

DETROIT, July 30 (UPI) --PETA is paying a Detroit woman's water bill after she accepted an offer to pledge to go vegan in exchange for the group paying off her debt.
Aileen Graef
Jihadist books in French supermarkets draw complaints

Jihadist books in French supermarkets draw complaints

PARIS, July 30 (UPI) --Books allegedly urging violent jihad are for sale in French bookstores and supermarkets, prompting calls for their removal.
Ed Adamczyk
A daily five-minute run could save your life

A daily five-minute run could save your life

AMES, Iowa, July 30 (UPI) --According to a new study by researchers at Iowa State University, running just five to ten minutes a day can significantly reduce the chance of heart attack.
Brooks Hays
Woman dies on U.S. Airways redeye from Honolulu to Phoenix

Woman dies on U.S. Airways redeye from Honolulu to Phoenix

PHOENIX, July 30 (UPI) --A woman died aboard a Phoenix-bound U.S. Airways flight Wednesday.
Matt Bradwell
Microsoft to launch Xbox One in China

Microsoft to launch Xbox One in China

BEIJING, July 30 (UPI) --Microsoft announced Wednesday it will launch the Xbox One gaming console in China this September, after forging a partnership with Chinese media company BesTV.
Ananth Baliga
Robbery suspect uses iPhone to take Oxycodone from Washington pharmacy

Robbery suspect uses iPhone to take Oxycodone from Washington pharmacy

KENT, Wash., July 30 (UPI) --A robbery suspect was able to use just his iPhone to get an employee to hand over Oxycodone from a Rite Aid pharmacy in Washington.
Evan Bleier

Liquidity Services continues sale of U.S. military surplus

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) --Non-rolling stock surplus equipment of the U.S. military will continue to be stored, maintained and sold by Liquidity Services Inc. under a new contract.
Richard Tomkins
Yemen gas price protests leaves one dead

Yemen gas price protests leaves one dead

SANAA, Yemen, July 30 (UPI) --Protests in Sanaa, Yemen, over a sudden increase in gasoline prices Wednesday left one woman dead, witnesses said.
Ed Adamczyk
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