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Japan Devistated After Earthquake, Tsunami Strike
An 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck Japan, followed within minutes by a 30 foot wall of water. The world watched, horrified as the death toll rose in the island country.
Dangers of Driving Drowsy
We all know the dangers of driving while intoxicated. But there's another driving danger that is more likely to happen to young drivers, shift workers and drivers after dark. Drowsy driving is on the rise, and the driver next to you may be nodding off!
Fun Facts about US Presidents
We know the names, dates and the highlights of many of the US presidents. But there's more to these men than meets the eye ... or the hsitory page!
Egypt's Non-Violent Revolution
After 18 days of protest, Egyptians are rewarded with the resignation of their president and the promise of a better life.
Egypt Erupts in Protest
Egypt is rocked this week with thousands taking to the streets, calling for the removal of Egyptian President Mubarak. With damage and tensions rising, the world watches.
Kidnap Victim Returns to Family 23-Years Later
Carlina White was kidnapped from Harlem Hospital in 1987. She didn't see her parents again for 23 years. Her own research and determination reunited her with her family.
What's Wrong With Astrological Signs
An artlce in a Minnesota news insert with an astronomy professor has raised questions about the validity of astrology. It seems a wobbldy orbit has changed where we thought our (zodiac) signs should be.
Arizona Assassination Attempt
A lone gunman attacked a US Congresswoman and her staff, then started to shoot randomly into a crowd of people waiting to meet the Representative. While she clings to life in critical condition, six others died in the assassinaton attempt.
Global Weather Creates Hardships
Weather world-wide has been harsh for the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. Both the northern and southern hemispheres have suffered their own nightmarish problems this season.
"Our VIrginiaa" Textbook Fails Critique
We expect our textbooks to give us informaiton -- accurately! What if experts discover errors in the books we use to learn?
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