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Malaysian Airlines: French Satellite Spots Possible Debris

The French satellite image is the third set of images related to possible debris from the Malaysian flight 370, and giving searchers and officials more hope of answering questions relating to the world’s great aviation mystery. France issued new satellite images on Sunday which show possible debris from the missing Boeing 777, Malaysian officials said, as searchers are presently combing …

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Washington Mudslide: 3 People Dead, Many Missing

Three have died and eighteen people are unaccounted for after a massive landslide occurred in northwest Washington state, officials said on Sunday. Search teams are still looking for victims hit by the slide, which happened in eastern Snohomish County. Underneath all of that mud, searchers reported hearing screams, some thought to be children, coming from the area hit by the …

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Ebola Outbreak Kills At Least 59 People

Ebola is a deadly virus that has taken many lives in the past and it has reared its ugly head again in the nation of Guinea in Africa. The Ebola virus is named after a river in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa, where it was first recognized as Ebola hemorrhagic fever. Ebola is a severe, usually fatal …

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Malaysian Airlines: Chinese Satellite Spots Object

Another image of debris has been picked up by a Chinese satellite on Saturday, giving new hope for possible answers to the near three-week missing Malaysian flight MH370. The image is in close proximity to the other satellite images found by an Australian satellite earlier this week, in the remote stretch of the southern Indian Ocean, a vast expanse of …

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Michigan: Same Sex Marriages In Limbo

During a pending appeal to ban legalization of same sex marriages in Michigan, a stay was granted, causing more than 100 same-sex couples to get married on Saturday. There is still the possibility that they could have their marriages fall into legal limbo, however, if the state refuses to recognize their marriage, according to an expert on federal law and …

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Buying a Pack of Joints Could Cost $50 Bucks

Most likely it will be pretty expensive to buy a pack of joints if and when they become available in the retail market. Since marijuana is for sale for recreational purposes in Colorado and Washington, it’s only a matter of time before the retail giants get their hands on this extremely lucrative product. But how much will a pack run …

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Dario Franchitti: Judd And Franchitti To Reconcile?

According to actress Ashley Judd, love never did run smooth for her and her estranged husband, Dario Franchitti. Judd states, it is a complicated relationship — but complicated isn’t necessarily bad. Speaking about the state of their marriage in the April issue of Ladies’ Home Journal, Judd says they’re still very much each other’s family. “He’ll always be my loved …

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Stolen Van Gogh Painting Stays At Yale

A Vincent Van Gogh painting called the The Night Cafe said to be owned by a family who claims it was stolen from them by the Russian government during the revolution, wants it back. “The family of Pierre Knowaloff claims that their grandfather, Ivan Morozov, purchased the painting in 1908, but when the communist regime took over Russia they nationalized …

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Starving Children Found in CA, One Chained To Wall

Officials say this is one of the worst cases of child abuse and neglect they have had to witness. An eight-year-old girl, who officials described as skeletal thin, was found chained to the wall, looking as if she’d barely eaten in months. Monterey County Sheriff Scott Miller has been in law enforcement for 30 years, but ‚Äúthis is one of …

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Vladimar Putin Annexes Crimea, Will He Stop There?

Russian President Vladimir Putin completed the annexation of Crimea on Friday, signing the peninsula into Russia. In a bold move against warnings from the U.S. and European Union, Putin is not backing down. Putin said he saw no need to further retaliate against the newest U.S. sanctions, braving a newly conciliatory tone and reflecting an apparent attempt to contain one …

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Vladimir Putin Shrugs Off U.S. Sanctions

As if he couldn’t care less, Russian president Vladimir Putin appears completely unaffected by the sanctions the Obama administration has placed on Russian officials, including Putin. “You know, both in the first case — the American sanctions — and in the second case — the introduction of a visa regime with Ukraine — I think we should for now hold …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: The Search For Satellite Debris

The mystery of what happened to Malaysian Airlines flight 370 remains unsolved, and it is now day 13. Today, the only glimpse of a possible answer to this unending puzzle is two pieces of debris in the Indian Ocean, approximately 1500 miles southwest of Australia. A massive international search has been underway for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370, shortly after …

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