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Whoa! Whale Lifts Kayakers Out of the Water
Kayakers off the coast of Argentina paddled over to some whales, and one of the whales swam underneath them and lifted the kayak above the water. The kayakers were startled but okay.
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Who Planted White Flags Atop Brooklyn Bridge?
Police are investigating who replaced the Stars and Stripes with white flags on the iconic span.
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Lonesome Fish Keeping Neighbors Up At Night
A strange and disturbing sound coming from a toadfish is making for some sleepless nights for people in the Bay Area.
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Cop Accidentally Shoots Himself When Dog Attacks
Authorities say a northern New Jersey police officer accidentally shot himself when a dog apparently attacked him.
Ukraine Plane Crash
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Relatives Grieve After Malaysia Plane Crash
Relatives and friends reacted to the news regarding the Malaysia Airlines plane that crashed in eastern Ukraine on Thursday.
Archie Comic Banned Over Gay Marriage Storyline
"Archie: The Married Life Book Three" was taken off book store shelves following a complaint to Singapore's Media Development Authority.
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Romanian Princess Ran Cockfighting Ring in Oregon
The couple initially held the contests outside at their Oregon ranch but later built a barn-like structure "used as an arena."
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Is This Vagina-Inspired Kayak Obscene? Japan Thinks So
Megumi Igarashi, 42, was arrested for distributing indecent material and faces up to two years in prison and a fine of up to $25,000.
After 16 Hours, An Exit From Stalled Casino Boat
Passengers stranded on a casino boat that ran aground off Georgia's coast were ferried to shore Wednesday aboard two Coast Guard cutters.
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