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Pentagon Releases Names of 30 Troops Killed in Afghan Helicopter Crash [VIDEO]

The Pentagon has released the names of 30 American troops who were killed when a rocket-propelled grenade downed their Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan last weekend

The attack represented the biggest single day loss of military personnel America has suffered during the nearly ten-year Afghanistan war.  Overall, 1648 Americans have died in the conflict.

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State Boots Student With Down Syndrome From High School Football Team – Help Get Him Back on the Field!

While Down syndrome student Brett Bowden rarely got on the field, he was popular member of Hobbton High School’s football team due to his enthusiasm and positive attitude.

Everybody expected Bowden to be on the team again for the 2011 season, but, in a controversial decision, the state of North Carolina has ruled him ineligible.

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Amish Teen Leads Police on Ridiculous Horse and Buggy Chase

Police in Conewango, New York tried to pull 17-year old Lewis D. Hostetler over on Monday, after they noticed he was operating his horse and buggy with a open container of beer in hand.

At which point the Amish teen showed a great deal of faith in his horse and led the police on a rare medium-speed horse and buggy chase.

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Crowne Plaza Hotel to Remove Loud Snorers from Certain Floors

 
pocketmonstered, flickrWe all know that when you snooze, you lose, but who knew you could lose the very spot where you’re resting your head?

Snore Monitors are patrolling the halls of Crowne Plaza hotels in England, in an attempt to maintain the integrity of the chain’s “quiet zones.”

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Michael Vick Tells Congress to Make It Illegal to Attend Dog Fights [VIDEO]

Michael Vick is lending his support to a congressional bill that will penalize those who attend animal fights.

The Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act would make attending an animal fight a misdemeanor punishable up to a year in prison. Under the act, bringing a child to an animal fight could cost an offender up to three years in jail.

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WiFi Hacker Sent to Jail for How Long for Cyber-Terrorizing Neighbors?

It started with an odd spat between next-door neighbors in Blaine, Minnesota. Matt Kostolnik was creeped out when Barry Ardolf picked up his four-year-old son, who had wandered into Ardolf’s yard, and then carried the boy back to Kostolnik’s property, giving him a kiss on the lips before depositing him.

The police were called, and while nothing become of it, Ardolf was offend and vowed revenge. What followed is a series of events that earned Ardolf an 18-year jail sentence this week.

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