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This week’s top lifestyle articles include delicious recipes, eyebrow-raising trends in America’s favorite baby names, wild nature stories, weird news, and more. Read these articles to start your weekend. (@hanifwondir/Instagram; iStock; SWNS)

weird and viral

The Social Security Administration has released the top names for girls and boys in the United States, and Liam and Olivia once again top the list. A baby name consultant reflected on the current situation. Click here to get the story.

A California man told Fox News Digital that he painted a mural of a boat on his fence after city officials required him to fence off boats. Optical illusion art is currently attracting attention on the internet. Click here to get the story.

A pigeon parachute used to carry messages during World War II and D-Day has been discovered in an old shoebox. This unique item is reportedly at least 80 years old. Click here to get the story.

An Instacart driver in Georgia took to TikTok after failing to deliver wings to a state prison. The request on the app said the delivery was for a “death row inmate feast.” Click here to get the story.

Wing platter and Instacart driver

An Instacart delivery driver gained attention on TikTok after claiming he tried to deliver meals to a Georgia prison but was turned away by corrections officers. (Krishalia Farley)

Food and fun trivia

Which is better for you: butter or margarine? Here’s what you need to know about the health and nutritional facts of both spreads and whether you should consume one over the other. Click here to get the story.

Even if you’re watching your waistline, you can still enjoy Taco Bell in moderation. Nutritionists have revealed how to get the most nutrition from fast food if you’re aiming for ‘live mass’. Click here to get the story.

Summer is approaching and chicken wings are chirping. This barbecue season, try these flavorful, melt-in-your-mouth recipes from Lexington, Kentucky chefs. Click here to get the story.

grill and wings

These delicious chicken wings wrapped in a flavorful rub are perfect to make this month and beyond. Enjoy it with your family and friends. (iStock/Ann H. Evans)

Victory and work from home news

A North Carolina resident has won the ultimate jackpot prize in the Instant Win game. The woman said she initially thought the game was in “demo mode,” but she feels “she’s blessed.” Click here to get the story.

The top U.S. states for working from home were ranked by WalletHub based on internet access, cybersecurity, electricity costs, home square footage, and more. Here are some standout states with a few surprises. Click here to get the story.

beach and mountains

WalletHub has released a list of the top states where remote work is recommended in 2024. Is your state on the list? (St. Petersburg)

great outdoors

Recently, a fisherman alerted Colorado authorities to a large invasive fish in a local pond, leading to a major crackdown. Click here to get the story.

Two Georgia anglers recently set or tied state fishing records with spectacular catches. This record was recently confirmed by Department of Natural Resources officials. Click here to get the story.

Divided into men holding big fish and women holding big fish.

Georgia’s Jason Rich (left) and Molly Strickland (far right) recently set or set a state saltwater fish record. (Georgia Department of Natural Resources)

gifts for the dad in your life

With Father’s Day just around the corner, we’ve rounded up some great gift ideas for the foodie dad. Click here to get the story.

great american story

Massachusetts author Paula Bernice Roberts’ new book, “Sealed With a Kiss,” is based on 350 love letters her father wrote to her mother while serving in the Army during World War II. Click here to get the story.

In 1928, Otto Rohweder of Davenport, Iowa, created the invention that put everyone else to shame: sliced ​​bread. His innovations quickly changed consumer culture. Click here to get the story.

Otto Rohweder, inventor of sliced ​​bread

Sliced ​​bread was introduced in 1928 by a baker in Chillicothe, Missouri. Otto Rohweder of Iowa invented a machine that could slice and package freshly baked bread. (Charity Trotter, Clicks By Charity Photography and Pictorial Press Ltd/Alamy Stock Photo)

very viral video

Auckland Zoo has introduced a pulley system to allow giraffes to feed at a more natural height. This tool was purchased through a donor matching challenge at the California Zoo. Let’s see it in action! Click here to watch the video.

Hannah Winkler tried to tell her brother that she was pregnant and that he was going to be her uncle. Zach mistakes a onesie with a Cleveland Browns logo on it for his girlfriend’s cat. Look at his funny reaction! Click here to watch the video.

pets are family

A drug used to treat feline infectious peritonitis is scheduled to become available in the United States starting June 1, and cat advocates and lovers are calling it a “celebratory event.” Click here to get the story.

Shrimp, a 3-year-old paralyzed cat with soft fur who loves cuddling and relaxing, is up for adoption in Central Texas. Her rescue team hopes she can find her forever home. Click here to get the story.

Split image of a cat in a cat cave and the same cat using a pink cat wheelchair

Shrimp, a 3-year-old cat from Texas, was paralyzed after a fall in December 2022. The rescue organization currently caring for her hopes Shrimp will find her a new home. (Wonky Whiskers Rescue)

faith and traditional values

Lara Trump and Kevin Sorbo are holding a children’s story time in Florida this weekend, reading from a new children’s book published by Brave Books and promoting traditional values. Click here to get the story.

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A statue honoring the Rev. Billy Graham was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, May 16th. Click here to get the story.

billy graham statue

A statue of the Rev. Billy Graham was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, May 16, 2024. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc, via Getty Images)

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