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Michigan 7th Grader ATTACKED by Bear

A 12-year-old girl was attacked by a black bear while jogging near her home in Cadillac, Michigan, an area approximately 200 miles northwest of Detroit. The 7th grader said she was immediately in fear for her life. “It clawed me and it was growling,” she said. “It was scary.” Abby Wetherell said she was coming home from her grandfather’s nearby …

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Animal Activists Say “No Dolphins” to Anchorman “Ron Burgundy”

A movie is schedule for release just before Christmas. It features scenes with dolphins and one animal group says they are fighting mad about it. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) says the upcoming feature film “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” has scenes they want censored before its release next month. Delcianna Winders, the PETA Foundation Director …

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NYC Gun Bust: Officials Say the Biggest in the City’s History

Police in New York City just made a gun bust. They say it is the biggest in the city’s history. According to a report, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says police captured more than 250 illegal guns and indicted 19 people from New York to South Carolina during an undercover operation primarily involving two gun runners. Items included automatic assault weapons, handguns …

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Idaho Blaze Threatens Sun Valley and Surrounding Landscape

A fire screaming through the Idaho. Officials say hundreds of people have fled the inferno leaving the landscape virtually deserted displacing residents of more than 2,000 homes. For nearly two weeks,19 aircrafts along with more than 1,000 firefighters have fought to keep the flames at bay.They thought they had it well under control until yesterday, when winds started to kick …

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Reporter’s Domestic Partner Detained by British Police

British authorities detained a man at a London airport. They held him, without charge, for nearly nine hours, took his stuff, and then let him go. The detainee was the domestic partner of Glenn Greenwald, the high-profile political reporter who interviewed a computer specialist about secret wire-tapping and wide-spread surveillance programs conducted by multiple intelligence organizations worldwide. Greenwald, a political …

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Kanye West; Judge Says “No Felony Charges”

A rapper gets into an altercation with a paparazzi at an airport. He initially gets into trouble with the law for it. Turns out, a judge says he is not guilty at all — at least, not of felony charges anyway. Last month, music artist, Kayne West, got into an altercation with a paparazzi at the Los Angeles International Airport …

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Young Football Player Dies After Hit

When you send your kids to school or their favorite sporting activities, the last thing you ever think is that they’ll die that day. Well, that’s what happened to one family. A community and family are grieving today. De’Antre Turman, a 16-year-old from Fairburn, Georgia, died during a practice game with another team. According to a report, it was during this scrimmage …

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The Death of Princess Diana; Police Begin New Inquiry

She was a much beloved public figure who died violently 16 years ago. But was it a car accident or not? British investigators say they are looking into some new information about the death of Princess Diana. Born Lady Diana Francis Spencer, she became the Princess of Wales in 1981. Her wedding to Prince Charles was viewed by approximately 750 …

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Ethan Hawke Speaks Out on Former Marriage to Uma Thurman

How much better looking could a couple have been? They didn’t stay together long.  So what’s the matter now? Famed actor, Ethan Hawke, star of such feature films as “Reality Bites,” and “Training Day,” spoke recently about his former marriage to Uma Thurman. In an interview with Elle Magazine, he said he married the movie starlet far too soon. “Success when …

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40 Pythons Found in Canadian Motel Room

Police say they found something in a motel room today. They say it’s a particular something they’ve never quite seen before. Canadian authorities found and removed 40 pythons from a motel in Brantford, Ontario. Two adults and two children were staying there, according to one report. The snakes were being held in plastics containers in an effort, officials say, to most likely …

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Gang Members Arrested; Feds Seize Cash, Drugs and Weapons

There are 263 less gang members on the street today. Federal agents arrested many violent offenders and seized cash, weapons and drugs. “Among those charged are 158 members and associates of MS-13, with 105 others allegedly belonging to other gangs. Authorities arrested 84 non-gang members wanted on criminal charges and 14 people on immigration violations as part of the same …

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Area 51: CIA Releases Spy Plane Papers; LA Reporter Finds More?

It’s right out of an “X-Files” episode. But is it true? A government agency declassifies information they’ve been sitting on for years. The revelation sparks further controversy. A reporter writes a book about it. It seems the real controversy is just beginning. The CIA recently declassified information about a secret military installation in Nevada; a military site approximately the size …

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