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Naked man arrested in airport after a rampage. He reportedly fell through the women's bathroom and attacked an elderly man.

Naked Man Arrested After Rampage in Logan Airport

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Adolf Hitler Watercolor Paintings: Sells For $161,000 At Auction In Nuremberg, Auction Of Nazi Dictator Work Receives Complaints, Where Would Money From Sale Go?

China is building a huge island.

China Building Island Large Enough To Host Airstrip, Tankers, And Other Major Surface Combatants; US Military Spokesperson Says, ‘We Urge China To Stop’

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Airport Security In San Jose, CA

Security Breach San Jose Airport: Suspect Snuck Into Airport, Stole Maintenance Vehicle, What Happened To Suspect?

Security breach San Jose Airport – A man had been caught sneaking into San Jose Airport. Even after he was caught by airport authorities, the man identified as Miguel Zaragosa, had tried to escape arrest after stealing a vehicle of a maintenance worker. Zaragosa has been successfully arrested after the incident.

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London Hyatt Gas Explosion: 14 Injured At Explosion In Five-Star Hyatt Regency London, What Led To Explosion?

London Hyatt gas explosion – Shortly after midnight, the five-star Hyatt Regency Churchill in London had suffered an explosion at its basement. 14 people were reported to have been injured in the explosion. What could have led to the incident?

News Dog flies on JetBlue through JetPaws program

Wag Brigade: Increasing Allowance of Pets in Airports/Airplanes

Traditionally, pets have not been allowed to roam freely in airports or airplanes, but times are changing for our fury friends and airplane travel.

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A Roman City Nestled in French Countryside

Nestled on the northern coast of France, is a small village known as Bayeux. The town was first built under Roman control in the first century B.C. In 880 Vikings conquered Bayeux. The city developed into a stronghold for the Norman forces. It is from here that William the Conqueror of Normandy began his famous conquest of England in 1066. The town took part in several wars years later, including the 100 Years’ War and the Wars of Religion. Then in 1944, Bayeux was the first town liberated by the Allied forces on the second day of the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Luckily, the fighting did not destroy the town, and the history of this ancient town stayed preserved.

News 100-Year Old Woman Sees Ocean For The First Time

100-Year Old Woman Sees Ocean For The First Time: Ruby Holt Spent Life Picking Cotton, Charity Grants Birthday Wish, Holt Visits Gulf Of Mexico

100-year old woman sees ocean for the first time – Ruby Holt finally got her long-time wish of visiting the sea. Holt, who is 100-years old, had spent her life picking cotton at a Tennessee farm. All thanks to a charity that granted her birthday wish, Holt spent her special day the Gulf of Mexico.

Trending News Earthquakes 2014

Earthquakes 2014: San Juan Bautista, Hollister Experience Moderate Grumbling As Strong Undersea Quake Hits Indonesia

Recent earthquakes this 2014 were experienced by different parts of the world, with a recent update stating that at least two areas in California experienced moderate shaking while Indonesia got hit by a strong undersea quake.

News Peruvian Glow Worm

Peruvian Glow Worm: Predatory Worm Lights Up Soil In Peruvian Forest, Method Of Attack Resembles Monster Worms In Film 'Tremors'

Peruvian glow worm – Best to steer clear from the Peruvian forest if you spot any glowing lights in the soil. Such light has come from worms identified as the Peruvian glow worm whose method of attack greatly resembles that of the monster worms in the famous 1990 film, “Tremors.”

Trending News South Korea ferry.

South Korea Ferry Operator Boss Jailed For 10 Years; Kim Han-Sik Still Denies Responsibility For Deaths Of 304 Passengers

South Korea ferry operator boss has been put to jail for 10 years. Due to his negligence, 304 people were killed when the ferry sank deep into the ocean.

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Columbus Farmers Market Fire: Spectacular Blaze Fueled By High Winds Severely Damages Sprawling Building In Burlington County

Strong winds fueled a growing flame leading to severe damages to a sprawling building at Columbus Farmers Market.

Trending News Man Saves Infant In Submerged Car

Maine Man Saves Infant In Submerged Car But Infant Wasn't Breathing After Rescue: Report

Man Saves Baby In Submerged Car - A Maine man has risked his life in saving a trapped infant in a submerging car in Kossuth Township, which is around 175 miles northeast of Portland.

News Belgium-5645 - River Meuse

Belgian Beer Pipeline: More Beer, Less Trucks, Underground Pipeline To Carry Booze In Medieval City Of Bruges

A Belgian beer pipeline is set to be constructed under the cobblestone streets of a medieval city in Belgium. With the new Belgian beer pipeline set for construction next year, it will be more beer and less trucks for the city’s residents and tourists.

News SFO taxi protest causes gridlock, backfires

SFO Taxi Protest: Ridesharing Protest By Local Taxi Industry Causes Gridlock, Backfired?

SFO Taxi Protest – On Monday night, cabbies with the San Francisco Taxi Workers Alliance held a taxi protest at the San Francisco International Airport for two hours, clogging lanes, blocking terminals and refusing to pick up passengers. However, the SFO taxi protest which began about 9 p.m., may just have backfired.

Trending News August 30 is International Bacon Day!

International Bacon Day: When, What Is It? Here’s How To Celebrate This Delicious Holiday

International Bacon Day or Bacon Day 2014 will be celebrated on Saturday, Aug. 30. According to multiple sources, International Bacon Day is the unofficial adherence to celebrate all things bacon and bacon-related.

News Pope Francis Attends His Weekly Audience In St Peter's Square

Pope Francis Autism Spectrum Meet At Vatican Hall, Conference Aims To End Isolation And Stigma Of Children Diagnosed With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Pope Francis autism – In the hopes to end the stigma of autism and the isolation of those affected by it, Pope Francis has set an international conference on autism. The Vatican’s health care office will host the international conference with more than 650 experts set to attend. Pope Francis will be delivering a speech about children with autism and special needs on the day of the international conference.

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Traveling with Liquids

Travel Hacks: Traveling with Liquids

Liquids can be one of the trickiest parts of packing for a flight, especially if you are bringing a carryon. Either they are over the limit, or they leak in your bag. Whatever the reason they seem to be a nuisance.

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See pandas up close and personal at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.

Up Close and Personal with Giant Pandas: Chengdu is Calling

Settled in Southwest China is the city of Chengdu. It has lots of beautiful gardens and structures, but what it is most well known for is the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. The research base is just outside the city center and gives tourists a chance to see giant pandas up close in a truly unique way.

Massive Delays, All Flights Halted At Chicago's O'Hare and Midway international airports due to air traffic control fire

Chicago Plane Crash 2014: Pilot Dies, Elderly Couple Miraculously Survive, What Led To Crash?

Chicago plane crash 2014 – Shortly after taking off at the Midway Airport Tuesday morning, a twin-engine cargo plane had crashed at the Southwest Side home. The plane's driver has been confirmed dead while the residents of the home, being an elderly couple, had miraculously survived.

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Thai Radio Host Jailed: Five-Year Prison Sentence For Monarch Defamation, No Room For Appeal In Military Court?

A Thai radio host jailed recently was put behind bars for five years due to royal defamation, according to his lawyer Tuesday. The Thai radio host jailed is reportedly one of the first sentences passed by a military court for breaching the Lese Majeste Law since a May coup.

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Gordon Ramsay: Fake Reservations At New Restaurant Are Part Of Rival's 'Sabotage' Plan

Gordon Ramsay got fake reservations in his restaurant and they were apparently from his rival restaurant.

Holiday Getaway

Why You Should Head To Europe For Your Next Holiday Getaway!

Thinking of traveling this Thanksgiving and Christmas season? But afraid spending much too much over your next last-minute getaway? Here are some of the best tips to follow if you intend to save much while enjoying the perfect European holiday getaway.

New York Pot Arrests

New York Pot Arrests: New Policy Promotes Summonses Instead Of Arrests Since Officers Want To Focus On Other Crimes

New York pot arrests are going to be different this time around after a few changes on the city's marijuana policy have been made.

USS Ross Sailors Attacked By Turkey Youth Union In Istanbul

USS Ross Sailors Attacked By Turkish Mob In Istanbul, Bags Placed Over Heads?

USS Ross sailors attacked by about 20 political activists happened in Istanbul Wednesday. Members of the Turkish Youth Union hurled objects at them, chased the three men and at one point, placed a bag over one of the heads of the USS Ross sailors attacked.

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Pack of Dogs Responsible For Wyoming Woman’s Tragic Death

Pack of dogs named responsible to a death in Wyoming on Wednesday.

Napoleon Bonaparte's bicorne hat.

Napoleon Hat $2.4 Million Sold To South Korean Collector; Famous Chapeau Of Napoleon Bonaparte Estimated To Sell At $500K Was Purchased For More Than $2M

Napoleon hat $2.4 million was sold at a recent action. A collector from South Korea, whose identity has not been revealed, purchased the famous chapeau.

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