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MIAMI, Oct. 16 (UPI) -- Hurricane Paul was slowing down and rapidly weakening over Baja California Tuesday, forecasters said.
Hurricane Paul's supporters say it's too early to completely downgrade the storm, but insiders say the National Weather Service has already decided to lock out any delegate who moves to classify Paul as anything above a Category 3.
BURBANK, Calif. (UPI) -- A van advertising "Topless Maids for $99" in a California city is generating complaints from residents and business owners.
A spokesperson for the van owners has apologized on their behalf, saying they made a mistake and adds that, going forward, they will now sell all of the maid, instead of just the bottom.
SAN DIEGO (UPI) -- Researchers say satellite data has revealed a geological oddity in South America unlike any seen on Earth, a phenomenon they've dubbed the "sombrero uplift."
And in a related story, massive numbers of satellite researchers were fired this week, for what insiders are calling "massive issues with racism."
ATLANTA (UPI) -- Georgia Institute of Technology researchers say they have developed a home test for adults to screen themselves for early signs of dementia.
Adults who pass are in the clear, while adults who fail are allowed full access to most major internet forums.