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FDA: Mouthwash Makers To Cease Unproven Health Claims

The FDA has issued a warning to three major mouthwash makers to stop making unproven health claims. Johnson & Johnson, CVS Corporation, and Walgreen Company have all been warned by the FDA because their products claim to promote healthy gums and remove plague above the gum. The FDA has come out to say that their… Keep Reading

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Goat Killed in Drive-By Shooting

In an unusual incident on Sunday evening, a dwarf goat became the unfortunate victim of a drive-by-shooting in Santa Fe, New Mexico. According to reports, neighbors and people in the vicinity heard three shots being fired. The owners subsequently discovered that their beloved Nigerian dwarf goat had been shot in the face and stomach area.… Keep Reading

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Survey: American Religious Knowledge Lacking

A recently conducted survey has revealed that Americans in general do not have a good grasp of basic religious knowledge. Among those who participated, atheists, agnostics, Jews and Mormons outperformed Protestants and Roman Catholics in answering questions about major religions. Released by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life on Tuesday, the survey aimed… Keep Reading

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Canadian Blogger Sentenced to 19 Years in Iranian Court

A famous Iranian blogger, Hossein Derakhshan, was spared the death penalty and instead sentenced to 19.5 years in prison for charges including spreading propaganda, insulting Islamic thought, and co-operation with hostile countries. Derakhshan, 35, has been affectionately referred to as “the blogfather” in Iran, due to his popular blogging software and instructions on how to… Keep Reading

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NATO Choppers Enter Pakistan Pursuing Insurgents

N.A.T.O. attack helicopters from Afghanistan crossed over into Pakistan territory in pursuit of insurgents over the past week. There was an exchange of fire during the incident and 49 people were reportedly killed. Although U.S. Maj. Michael Johnson states that crossing the border did not violate the International Security Assistance Force rules of engagement, Pakistan… Keep Reading

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Segway Company Owner Dies in Segway Accident

Police in England have confirmed that the millionaire owner of Segway, James Heselden, was involved in a fatal accident that apparently involved one of his own 2 wheeled vehicles. According to the authorities, Heselden’s body was pulled from the River Wharfe in northern England on Sunday. In addition, police said that a Segway-type vehicle was… Keep Reading

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U.S. Navy Confirmed Helicopters Took a Dip in Lake Tahoe

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CALIFORNIA – U.S. authorities are currently investing a case of two Navy choppers dipping into the waters of Lake Tahoe, a popular tourist spot in California. The MH-60 Romeo helicopters had apparently hovered just a few feet above the lake before righting themselves and flying off to a nearby airport. A video… Keep Reading

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Titanic 100th Anniversary Cruise Sparks Controversy

At least two cruises have been planned for the upcoming 100th anniversary of the Titanic in spring 2012. Both cruises are expected to market the package with special activities, lectures and memorials to commemorate the tragic event. Although organizers claim that this is a good chance for people to remember the victims, many others have… Keep Reading

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11 Year Old Girl Charged with Murder of 2 Year Old

GEORGIA, U.S.A. — A two year old baby died from trauma to the head and buttocks after a babysitting session, and her 11 year old babysitter is now facing murder charges . The infant’s mother arrived to fetch her after work from home but found her lifeless in the sitter’s home. Ashlea Collier, whose daughter… Keep Reading

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Similac Recalls 5 Million Cans of Baby Formula

NEW YORK – Popular baby product manufacturer Abbott Laboratories has issued a recall of 5 million cans of Similac infant powdered formula products due to the possibility of contamination. The recall will affect Similac products all across the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam and some countries in the Caribbean. The recall was due to the… Keep Reading

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