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International Forces Kill Taliban Insurgents Responsible for Shooting Down US Helicopter

In a Pentagon news conference on Wednesday, Marine Corps Gen. John Allen said international forces killed the Taliban fighters that shot down a Chinook helicopter last weekend, killing 38 US and Afghan forces.

The top insurgent leader remains at large and other details are vague, but a statement from the International Security Assistance Force said, “After an exhaustive manhunt, Special Operations forces located Mullah Mohibullah and the after receiving multiple intelligence leads and tips from local citizens. The two men were attempting to flee the country in order to avoid capture.”

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Dieting Forces the Brain To Eat Itself

When you’re trying to lose weight by cutting down on your food intake your brain  is busy chomping down — on itself.

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Australian Extortion Attempt Involving Explosive Collar Ruled a Hoax

Wednesday’s harrowing ordeal in Australia involving Madeleine Pulver and a collar bomb has been declared a hoax after the device was declared to be a fake.

Bomb squad members spent over 10 hours deconstructing the device before realizing there was no explosive material to be found. Law enforcement officials have also confirmed that the culprit wrote a detailed note that outlined his intentions.

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Virginia Tech Goes into Lockdown Mode After Reports of Gunman on Campus

Four years after the nation’s deadliest school shooting, a report of another armed man on the grounds of Virginia Tech sparked an all-day manhunt Thursday.

A campus-wide lockdown was instituted just 28 minutes after three teens attending a summer program at Virginia Tech reported seeing a man carrying a weapon. While officers searched some 150 buildings for the suspect, the university activated a new emergency alert system put in place after the 2007 rampage that claimed the lives of 33 students.

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Mexican Town’s Entire Police Force Quits Following Deadly Attacks [VIDEO]

After less than a year on the job, all 20 members of the police force in the northern Mexican town of Ascension resigned on Thursday.

The move came in response to months of violent exchanges with drug traffickers.

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Australian Bomb Squad Frees Young Woman from Explosive Collar [VIDEO]

An 18-year-old Australian woman was attached to a suspected explosive device by an intruder with an intent to detonate it in a possible extortion attempt.

The bomb squad, cooperating with British military personnel, spent over 10 hours working with the device.

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Casey Anthony Spotted Shopping and Relaxing in Ohio

Ever since Casey Anthony was acquitted of killing her young daughter and released from a Florida prison several weeks ago, her whereabouts have been kept secret to ensure her safety from members of the public angry about the verdict.

Now she’s been spotted in Ohio, where she reportedly has relatives.

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‘Cowboys & Aliens’ and ‘The Smurfs’ Tie for Top Spot at Weekend Box Office

The Harrison Ford/Daniel Craig sci-fi vehicle ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ tied with ‘The Smurfs’ for first place at the box office, with each taking in $36.2 million in their debut weekend.

The blockbuster ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2′ dropped to fourth, earning a total of $318.4 million in the three weeks since its release, while ‘Friends with Benefits,’ ‘Horrible Bosses,’ and ‘Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon’ dropped out of the top five.

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Were Historic Items Lost After 9/11 Terrorist Attacks?

When a pair of hijacked planes hit the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, almost 3,000 lives were lost — and it’s now coming to light that countless documents, records, and irreplaceable pieces of art were, as well.

The missing items include letters written by Helen Keller, tens of thousands of negatives of John F. Kennedy taken by his personal photographer, and pieces from famed sculptor Auguste Rodin.

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McDonald’s Happy Meals to Get Healthy Makeover

In an effort to help stave off childhood obesity, McDonald’s announced Monday that its iconic Happy Meals are getting a healthy tune-up.

Traditionally, the meals included a burger or chicken nuggets, fries and a soda. But starting this fall, a fruit or vegetable will also be in the shiny box.

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