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Ever wonder why so many fast food signage and builing colors are heavily red and yellow? To make feel hungry. It's tthe ketchup and mustard theory,  which is among 12 secrets you didn't know about fast food.

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Two Detroit officers were shot Sunday night by a 19-year-old man who may have believed his family's home was being burglarized. Police Chief James Craig told reporters the shootings appear to be "an unfortunate situation." (April 17)
 

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Highlights of this day in history: Tenth anniversary of the Virginia Tech shooting: Gunman kills 32 students and faculty; Country's deadliest industrial accident in Texas; Vladimir Lenin returns to Russia after years of exile; Charlie Chaplin born; Prince Andrew and Duchess of York announce divorce; Rolling Stone release debut album; Michael Jordan plays last NBA game. (April 16)

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On this day in history: President Abraham Lincoln assassinated; Titanic strikes iceberg; First videotape demonstrated; Loretta Lynn born. (April 14)

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The Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, Ill. welcomed its first fawn in 37 years Wednesday with the arrival of a male offspring of the reindeer "Bunny."

The unamed fawn was standing within an hour of its birth. Bunny and her mate, Karl, arrived at the zoo in 2015 and 2016 and are featured in the Hamill Family Wild Encounters exhibit. The last time a fawn was born at the zoo was in 1980.

This fawn's antlers should start to show in a few months.

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Highlights of this day in history: Peace talks conclude in Northern Ireland with Good Friday agreement; the Titanic sets sail; F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' published; Comedian Sam Kinison killed. (April 10)
 

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Dozens gathered outside a church north of Cairo on Sunday, after a bombing killed 25 people and wounded another 71 inside, according to Egyptian officials. (April 9)

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SI Now co-hosts Maggie Gray and Jordan Schultz discuss the impact LaVar Ball's latest comments could have on his son Lonzo Ball's draft prospects.

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Syrian officials on Saturday surveyed the damage caused by recent U.S. military strikes on a government airfield that were in retaliation to a chemical attack on Syrian civilians. American officials also threatened new sanctions against the country. For more on the situation in Syria and the U.S. military's role there, New America fellow Doug Ollivant and political science professor at Columbia University Kimberly Marten join Hari Sreenivasan.

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