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world's smallest car
World's Smallest Car: 'Hybrid Death Trap' Reviewed On 'Top Gear' By Jeremy Clarkson [VIDEO]
Feb 05, 2013 22:45 PM E
The world's smallest car was recently reviewed by "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson. The vehicle did not receive favorable reviews. It was called a "hybrid death trap" by the host.
Burger King
Burger King Admits To Horse Meat: Can You Get Sick From The Food? [REPORT]
Feb 01, 2013 21:04 PM E
Fast-food fans are panicked after learning that traces of horse DNA have been found in Burger Kings in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Denmark. Now the question is: How safe is it to eat at the burger chain?
London marathon
Marathoner Died After Using Supplement: Should Energy Drugs Be Banned From The Market? [REPORT]
Jan 30, 2013 22:22 PM E
After Claire Squires, a London marathoner, died using an energy supplement, athletes and physicians are concerned once again that energy drinks and powders haven't been monitored sufficiently. The effects, they say, are way too dangerous.
Police car
Girl Found Locked In Cage: Should She Be Taken Away From Mom Cindy Patriarchias?
Jan 29, 2013 17:52 PM E
After a disabled 8-year-old girl was found locked in a cage and left alone while her mother went to the movies, authorities are questioning whether the family should have the rights to care for her ever again.
beef
Ground Beef Recall: Salmonella Poisons 16 People In 5 States
Jan 29, 2013 01:10 AM E
If you're considering eating beef anytime soon, you might want to hold off. There's a slew of federal health officials that say at least 16 people in fives states have been poisoned by salmonella. The food poisoning was linked to ground beef in all 16 instances.
January Jones with a choppy 'do at the 2013 SAG Awards
Actress Hair Falling Out: Why January Jones' Problem May Be Different Than She Thinks
Jan 28, 2013 17:57 PM E
Fans became alarmed when news broke that January Jones' beautiful blond hair is falling out. She says constantly changing her hair color has been the culprit. But there may be another reason the "Mad Men" actress isn't talking about.
Obama
Obama Son Football: Is The Sport Too Dangerous? The President Weighs In [REPORT]
Jan 27, 2013 16:14 PM E
President Obama is not sure he'd let a son play football - the dangers are too great and price too steep, he says. "I'm a big football fan," Obama said, "but I have to tell you if I had a son, I'd have to think long and hard before I let him play football."
stomach bug
New Stomach Bug: Norovirus Cited In 140 Outbreaks In U.S. Since September
Jan 24, 2013 17:51 PM E
The new stomach bug has been cited in more than 140 outbreaks in the U.S. since September according to reports. The new stomach bug has been named “GII 4 Sydney,” which may sound a little more frightening than it actually is.
shia
Shia LaBeouf Takes LSD For New Role In 'The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman'
Jan 23, 2013 23:46 PM E
Shia LaBeouf took LSD for an upcoming role in "The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman." He wanted to know what it felt like to be a drug addict.
Rock star dementia
Rock Star's Dementia: Dick Wagner's Nightmare After Stroke [VIDEO]
Jan 16, 2013 23:46 PM E
This rock star's dementia took on nightmare proportions after his stroke in 2007. But after a shunt was inserted to reroute fluid to an abdomen cavity, Dick Wagner is finally doing what he loves best: playing.
Horses
Horsemeat Found In Burgers: How Serious Is The Risk? [REPORT]
Jan 15, 2013 20:33 PM E
After an Irish food safety watchdog group discovered the illegal use of horse meat in burgers, shoppers at the popular supermarket Tesco are extremely alarmed. Now Americans are once again debating the fact that a horse-slaughter ban was lifted in the United States in Nov. 2011.
Euthanasia
Deaf Twins Euthanized: Watch Video About Assisted Suicide Used By Marc And Eddy Verbessem In Belgium [VIDEO]
Jan 15, 2013 17:59 PM E
Deaf twins just chose to be euthanized in Belgium after hearing that they would soon go blind and lose the ability to communicate. Now, once again, people are debating the pros and cons of euthanasia.
Father and sons die hiking
Father, Sons Die Hiking: What Really Happened On The Ozark Trail In Missouri? [REPORT]
Jan 14, 2013 18:21 PM E
A father and sons died tragically this weekend after 36-year-old David Decareaux miscalculated how cold and rainy the weather was, declining a ride back to the lodge where his wife and other children were staying.
Natalie Wood with James Dean in "Rebel Without A Cause."
Natalie Wood Death: Was Robert Wagner's Wife Murdered In California? See Autopsy Report Here [PHOTOS]
Jan 14, 2013 17:27 PM E
Was Natalie Wood murdered? Her friends and family - including sister, Lana Wood - would still like to know 32 years after the death of the stunning "West Side Story" actress. An autopsy report - with photos of the countless bruises - was finally released to the public on Monday, re-opening a decades-long debate.
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