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Somalian Pirate Hostages Recount Details of Their Survival

Somalian Pirate Hostages Recount Details of Their Survival

| June 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

The survivors of a recent Somalian pirate kidnapping are coming forward to plead the case of one cook on the pirate ship that saved their lives. They state that without the help of this decent man they would have all lost their lives. On February 2nd of this year pirates took over the “MV Rim”, […]

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Matt Holloway Speaks out about Sister Natalee Holloway and Joran Van Der Sloot for the First Time

Matt Holloway Speaks out about Sister Natalee Holloway and Joran Van Der Sloot for the First Time

| June 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

It has been five years since 18 year old Natalee Holloway went missing while she was on a graduation trip with fellow classmates to Aruba. The main suspect in her disappearance and expected murder has always been Dutch native Joran Van Der Sloot. Now with Joran Van Der Sloot behind bars after five year for […]

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Chris Klein of American Pie Arrested for Second DUI

Chris Klein of American Pie Arrested for Second DUI

| June 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

“American Pie” star Chris Klein had been arrested for his second alleged DUI. Chris Klein made famous for his role as Chris ‘Oz’ Ostreicher the “American Pie” movies was reportedly was pulled over by L.A Police after he was seen weaving in and out of lanes on the highway. It being reported that Klein’s blood […]

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Jonathan Metz Cuts off His Own Arm and Thinks “What Would Macgyver do”

Jonathan Metz Cuts off His Own Arm and Thinks “What Would Macgyver do”

| June 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

It started out to be just a typical day for 31 year old Connecticut resident Jon Metz, but his typical day turned into a nightmare. After returning home from work and eating some dinner Jon Metz went into his basement to perform a task that he had done dozens of times; he went to clean […]

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Lee Westwood on the Path of History

Lee Westwood on the Path of History

| June 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

Lee Westwood has a chance to make golf history. If he wins at the U.S. Open, Westwood would be the first golfer to win the Open after winning on tour the week before the open. Last Sunday Westwood won at the St. Jude Classic. He won the Classic by beating Robert Karlsson in a sudden […]

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Regulators Weigh Options to Restrict or Ban Peanut Snacks on U.S. Flights

Regulators Weigh Options to Restrict or Ban Peanut Snacks on U.S. Flights

| June 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

Airlines may face a new concern as the Department of Transportation considers an option to limit or ban peanut snacks on flights. Passengers with peanut allergies can be affected with allergy symptoms with enough severity to be fatal. Peanut dust can also cause mild symptoms to passengers sitting nearby a pack of the nutty treats. […]

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U.S. Supreme Court will hear California Prison Appeal

U.S. Supreme Court will hear California Prison Appeal

| June 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

The U.S Supreme court has agreed to hear an appeal by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to a ruling by a federal court requiring California to reduce its prison population by about 37,000. The Supreme Court is expected to hear the case when it reconvenes in October. A ruling is expected by June 2011. “We continue to […]

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U.S. Jews Trying to Salvage Turkish Relationships

U.S. Jews Trying to Salvage Turkish Relationships

| June 16, 2010 | 0 Comments

Jewish leaders in the United States are working quietly to preserve diplomatic links with Turkey. Relations have been strained over the past months, with the situation hitting crisis level when Israeli military personnel boarded the Mavi Marmara on May 31. The Turkish registered ship, which claimed to be on a humanitarian mission, was attempting to […]

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North Carolina’s Skies on Fire

North Carolina’s Skies on Fire

| June 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

A Gasoline Pipeline Company out of North Carolina found out just how explosive and dangerous lightning can really be, and that it does strike twice. Fire officials in Greensboro announced that lightning was indeed the culprit reasonable for Saturday’s sky high fire. Apparently lightning repeatedly hit a tank containing tens of thousand of barrels of […]

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Honda Workers Still on Strike in China

Honda Workers Still on Strike in China

| June 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

Honda’s lock factory out of China is still closed for business. It is being reported that workers are still on strike and have no plans to return to work until a deal regarding their monthly pay can be met. Reports are stating the reason behind the strike is due to the fact more than half […]

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