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Neil Armstrong Was The First Man On The Moon, But Not For Reasons You Would Think

Friday is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and many will be celebrating the team that became the first people to walk on the moon. As many know, Neil Armstrong famously was the first man to walk on the moon, but according to the second person, Buzz Aldrin, it should have been him...
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Canadian Driver Receives Citation For Using A 30-Can Pack Of Beer As A Booster's Seat

A driver in Canada is in trouble after being pulled over by police and found to be using a pack of beer in place of a booster seat for a two year old!
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Money

[Video] Drivers Stop After Armored Truck Spills $175,000 On Interstate

Everyone hopes for the day all their problems are solved by money miraculously falling form the sky. Well, drivers in Atlanta Tuesday night were treated to a rarity, after an armored truck’s door flew open, spilling cash all over the highway.
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Powerful 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Southern California

Governor Gavin Newsom declared a State of Emergency.
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95 Year Old WWII Vet To Walk Across America For The Second Time

95 year-old Ernie Andrus is trying to accomplish something many much younger than him wouldn’t even attempt. The World War II vet is attempting to walk across the country, from Georgia to California. What’s even more impressive, this is the second time he’s doing it.
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Texas Rangers Cancel Game After Death Of Angel’s Pitcher Tyler Skaggs

Tonight's game between the Los Angeles Angels and Texas Rangers has been postponed after pitcher Tyler Skaggs died today in Texas, according to both clubs.
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Mars

Study Suggests Life Existed On Mars Before Earth

Life on Mars may no longer be a fun alien theory, or a hit David Bowie song. A new study suggests life may have possibly existed on mars millions of years before the creation of Earth.
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Ex-Boston Slugger David Ortiz Shot At Dominican Republic Bar

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Doctors removed David Ortiz’s gallbladder and part of his intestine after the beloved former Boston Red Sox slugger known as Big Papi was ambushed by a gunman at a bar in his native Dominican Republic, a spokesman said Monday. Leo López said that the retired...
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Florida Woman To Be First Contestant With Autism To Compete In Miss Florida Pageant

A woman in Florida is out to change the perception of people with a mental disorder. Rachel Barcellona, who has autism, will become the first woman to compete in Miss Florida. The competition will be held later this month in Lakeland, Florida.
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Woman Attacks Pregnant McDonald's Employee Over Chicken Sandwich: Cops

The Happy Meal was not on the menu.
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