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Cranberry the Turkey, Thinks It’s A Dog

If one happens to be gathering with friends or family over a meal this holiday season, especially if that meal happens to include either turkey or cranberry sauce, chances are someone is going to bring up Bristol’s new celebrity: “Cranberry, the Turkey That Thinks It’s a Dog.” At this point a debate may ensue. The room is likely to divide into two fractions. Does the turkey actually think... 

Peter Frampton Summer Tour 2013 with B.B. King and his Lost Guitar

Peter Frampton, the legendary classic-rock icon known for “making his guitar talk,” is going on tour this summer. Peter Frampton’s Guitar Circus, as it will be called, will have other notorious guitar heros hopping on board for different spans of the tour. Frampton plans to adjust the shows to compliment the styles of the guests. B. B. King is the first of many Guitar Gods who will be performing... 

Richard Engel, NBC Correspondent and Crew Escapes Captivity in Syria

Chief NBC foreign news correspondent Richard Engel and his crew-mates are free after being taken captive.  Engel described it as an Iranian-trained Shiite group known as the “Shabiha” militia, loyal to Bashar al-Assad and the current crumbling government of Syria, and allied with the Lebanon-based group Hezbollah. Engle and the other captives returned with bandages made from their bed sheets,... 

Sir Paul McCartney Joins Nirvana on SNL to Hype Dave Grohl’s New Movie

In an unexpected union of generations, Beatles’ bassist Paul McCartney growled and bellowed at the helm of a second performance with the surviving members of Nirvana. Brandishing a bizarre cigar-box-shaped 4-string guitar, McCartney actually made an ironic nod toward his distant past. Back when electric “bass-guitar” was a new thing, the pre-retro and similarly 4-stringed (but... 

NASA Probes Ebb & Flow Sent to Crash Into the Moon For GRAIL Project

At approximately 2:28pm PST (5:28 p.m. EST) on Monday December 17th, after a fruitful year of scientific discovery, the NASA Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission probes are going out with a bang. They will careen low over the surface of the moon, in a path set to carefully avoid historic sites, and crash into an unnamed mountain at 3800mph (6115kph.) The two probes were named Ebb... 

EU Receives Nobel Peace Prize: Controversy Increases

In Oslo, Norway, Nobel committee Chairman Thorbjorn Jagland officially presented the Nobel Peace Prize to the 27-nation European Union.  Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council, Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, and Martin Schulz, president of the European Parliament, accepted the award and spoke on behalf of the EU. The award came with much controversy, particularly... 

Hugh Jackman Cries During 60 Mintues Interview

Known for stoic tough-guy roles, such as Wolverine in several recent X-Men movies, few expected the earnest tearful display of emotion seen in Hugh Jackman Sunday night. During an interview with “60 Minutes,” he described his childhood in Sydney, the strength of his single-parent father, and his mother’s disappearance. His mother’s departure took place when he was only 8 years old,... 

Assad Chemical Weapons Could End Up In Syrian Rebel Hands if Granted Asylum

Syria may now have one of the largest stockpiles of chemical weapons in the world, according to military analysts. CNN reported that the supply could include sarin, mustard and VX gases. For months, U.S. officials have been predicting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s downfall. Russia, previously in favor of fixing the existing government rather than replacing it, seems to have lost confidence... 

Earthquake in Japan Hours after 2012 Fukushima Aftershock

The US Geological Survey reported a second, weaker earthquake on December 7, 2012 just after midnight JST (6:32am PST) off the east coast of Honshu, Japan. With an estimated magnitude of 4.7, this minor tremor was much smaller than the 7.3 quake that shook northeastern Japan several hours earlier. US Geological Survey reported the epicenter was located at 37.762N 143.637E; or 154 miles east-southeast... 

Aishwarya Rai Kissing Scene Leads to Legal Threats for the Bollywood Actress

The woman who currently holds the title of “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World,” according to thousands of web sites, internet polls, and even famed actress and competitor Julia Roberts, is a wholesome and hardworking Bollywood film star named Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Although she is a new name in western cinema, 39 year-old Aishwarya Rai has already stared in 24 films over the last 7 years.... 
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