Headlines For Monday, April 9, 2018

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April 9, 2018
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6 am Headlines

 

A 26-year-old woman in Florida got caught with a bag of cocaine after she was pulled over last month.  And the excuse she came up with was it was a windy day . . . and it must have blown in through her car window and landed in her purse.
http://bit.ly/2GN0MPe

If you've shopped at any of these seven spots in the past 18 months, your credit info might have been hacked and likely had information stolen from them  :  Saks Fifth Avenue, Panera Bread, Kmart, Whole Foods, Forever 21, Sonic, and GameStop.
https://read.bi/2qgIP0k

 

7 am Headlines

 

A guy in China inserted a three-foot phone charging cable into his urethra last week to try to stop some itching.  But it got stuck, so he went to the hospital . . . and doctors were actually able to remove it successfully.
https://dailym.ai/2GNext6
 
 Ozzy Osbourne has given up driving, because he doesn't want to cause any more accidents.  He got in a fender-bender recently, and apparently after that, he just decided he didn't want to be behind the wheel anymore.
http://bit.ly/2H9AHcm

A trio of state House Republicans on Thursday quietly introduced a bill that would allow lawmakers to debate seceding from the U.S. “if the federal government confiscates legally purchased firearms in this State.”
http://bit.ly/2GJb2bb

 

9 am Headlines

 

Researchers at MIT have invented a new device that has the ability to read your thoughts and send them to a computer.  So yes, everything in your inner monologue would suddenly become your outer monologue.
  https://engt.co/2GL4aKB

 How many times do you wear your underwear before you wash them?  According to a new survey, 31% of men and 10% of women wear 'em two times or more.
https://dailym.ai/2v4JLua

 
A roofer in Louisiana didn't get paid by a woman back in 2016 . . . so after a few months, he repossessed the entire roof. 
https://tnsne.ws/2HpN95G

A topless protester is detained as Bill Cosby arrives for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse.
http://bit.ly/2IES8yI

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