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UFO Over Canadian Baseball Stadium Caught On Video: Does Raw Footage Show Alien Spaceship In Vancouver Sky? [VIDEO]
Sep 09, 2013 13:19 PM E
Video of a UFO over a Canadian baseball stadium shows what looks like an alien spaceship hovering just beyond center field. Does raw footage from the game prove extraterrestrial life?
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An E-Cigarette Exploded At A Home In Atlanta: What Caused Elizabeth Wilkowski’s Electronic Smoking Device To Catch Fire?
Sep 04, 2013 18:39 PM E
An e-cigarette exploded at a home in Atlanta, Ga., rattling both the home and its homeowner, Elizabeth Wilkowski. What caused the device to catch fire?
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Music Helps Cardiovascular System: Heart Disease Patients Show Improvements In Health After Listening To Favorite Tunes
Sep 02, 2013 20:51 PM E
Music helps the cardiovascular system, say researchers in Serbia. Cardiologists found that patients who listened to their favorite, uplifting tunes recovered better from heart disease.
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New Ant Species: U.S. Biologists Name 33 Kinds Of Central American And Caribbean Ants, Some After Ancient Mayan Lords And Demons
Aug 01, 2013 17:15 PM E
New ant species are being identified by U.S. biologists, and the critters are so terrifying they’re being named after ancient Mayan gods of death. University of Utah scientists have named 33 new species of predatory ants native to Central America and the Caribbean.
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Babies Pakistani TV: Host Aamir Liaquat Hussain Gives Away Abandoned Babies On Live Television In Effort To Boost Ratings During Ramadan [VIDEO]
Jul 25, 2013 17:40 PM E
Babies on Pakistani TV are being given away in an effort to boost ratings during Ramadan. Television show host and media personality Aamir Liaquat Hussain gave away babies to two childless couples during a live taping of his prime-time show.
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Shark Attack Brazil: 18-Year-Old Bruni Gobbi Suffers Fatal Bite Moments Before Lifeguard Rescue [GRAPHIC VIDEO]
Jul 24, 2013 16:39 PM E
A shark attack in Brazil claimed the life of a young girl named Bruni Gobbi. Gobbi was drowning when lifeguards came to her rescue, but just before they reach the 18-year-old, a shark attacked her. See the graphic video of the fatal shark attack in Brazil.
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Menifee Autistic Boy Missing: Search For 11-Year-Old Terry Dewayne Smith Continues Into Third Day As Calif. Temperatures Top 100 Degrees [VIDEO]
Jul 09, 2013 14:31 PM E
A Menifee autistic boy, 11-year-old Terry Dewayne Smith, has been missing since early Sunday morning. The desperate search for the Menifee autistic boy continues Tuesday as temperatures in southern California top 100 degrees.
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Stoneham Shooting: Police Arrest Three Suspects After US Army Vet Joseph Puopolo Fatally Shot In Mass. Home [VIDEO]
Jul 03, 2013 17:24 PM E
A Stoneham shooting left one man, 26-year-old U.S. army vet Joseph Puopolo, dead, and one more person wounded. Investigators still don’t know why the Stoneham shooting occurred.
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Cruise Ship Fire: How Did Royal Caribbean Grandeur Of The Seas Catch Fire?
May 27, 2013 14:31 PM E
A cruise ship fire broke out off the coast of Florida early Memorial Day morning. How did Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas catch fire?
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Red Meat And Heart Disease: What Does New Study Tell Us About Carnitine Chemical?
Apr 08, 2013 20:12 PM E
Scientists have long thought that heart disease is caused by saturated fat and cholesterol. But new research shows that it’s another substance, a chemical called carnitine, present in red meat, that causes heart attacks and strokes.
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Winter Solstice 2012: Which Cities Have The Shortest Days?
Dec 21, 2012 15:53 PM E
The winter solstice of 2012 will leave half the Earth in the dark. But which cities get the least amount of daylight today?
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