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Here at Weird Street, we provide the strangest stories of the economy. The economy is already difficult enough to understand, so what better way of embracing that difficulty by attempting to understand the most irrational stories?
Ranging from unbelievable stories about coffee makers in space to a squirrel causing $300K in damages and everything in between, Weird Street is your destination for the most interesting stories on Wall Street.
A truck carrying 460 bee hives crashed on an I-95 on-ramp in Delaware and freed it's cargo of 16 million to 20 million bees into the area. Read Article
Hulu will stream remastered episodes of the classic anime series Sailor Moon without the deletions that marked previous U.S. airings. Read Article
Merriam-Webster is out with its list of new words in the 2014 Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, this year's list is heavy with social media terms. Read Article
A woman has been cured of blood cancer after receiving a massive dose of measles vaccine during a Mayo Clinic trial. Read Article
Conchita Wurst, a bearded drag queen whose real name is Thomas Neuwirth, won Eurovision 2014 with his performance of 'Rise Like A Phoenix'. Read Article
Hollywood actor Mekhi Phifer has filed for bankruptcy reportedly listing debts of $1.3 million and assets of just $67,000. Read Article
Fruit of the Loom will promote its new line of boxer briefs in a partnership with New York City's iconic Naked Cowboy. Read Article
An economics book, titled 'Capital in the Twenty-First Century', has rose to the top spot on the Amazon best-seller list. Read Article
The Andy Warhol Museum says it found a number of original Andy Warhol works stored on floppy disks from a 1980's Amiga computer. Read Article
GM says that some of the classic Corvette cars damaged by a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum could become part of a permanent exhibit. Read Article
The Boston Marathon 2014 will feature more participants and a lot more security as Boston recovers from last year's bombings. Read Article