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Vincent Sobotka

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US Olympic athlete accused of urinating on child in airplane

An elite American Olympic athlete was detained by a flight crew during a cross-country flight after allegedly urinating on a young child.

Charlie Sheen supports Kutcher as replacement

As the Two and a Half Men season premire inches closer, the ecstatically removed Charlie Sheen seems to be settling well into his life as a spectator.

Taliban insurgents behind helicopter crash killed in airstrike

The men responsible for the killing of 30 Americans in Afghanistan have been confirmed dead after a US military airstrike.

Whale calf euthanized off Gold Coast

This morning, off the Gold Coast of Australia, an infant humpback whale's journey of rescue, which initially filled many with hope, came to a sad end.

Florida resturaunt offers free sushi to shark attack victims

New Smyrna Beach - Attention shark-attack victims: If you've lived to tell your story about being attacked by a shark, one Florida restaurant believes you also deserve a free meal. A free meal typically priced $8.99, that is.

New IEEE WiFi Standard a Revolution for Rural Internet Users

The evolution of wireless networking is about to experience a dramatic leap. A recently approved standard will allow wireless transmissions to become faster, farther, and much more attainable in rural areas.

The jaw bone is connected to the... genes and diet?

A group of researchers form the Johns Hopkins Medical center have discovered a link between a person's jaw bone, and their diet and DNA.

Iran blames Russia for delays to nuclear power plant

Iran has seen another set back in the building process of the country's first-ever nuclear power plant. According to officials of the parliament organized to oversee the project, Russia is to blame for the delays.

Powder substance found in parcel triggers post office evacuation

Branxton - A mysterious powder substance has been found in an envelope by employees of the Braxton post office in Hunter Valley, Australia.

Student driver severs mother's leg during exam

One less Australian driver will be hitting the road today, thanks to hitting something else. A student driver in the northern city of Zilmere has struck his mother with a car during his driving exam.

Spice Girls musical will 'encompass friendship, identity'

The notoriously popular 90's pop group, Spice Girls, will soon see their legacy revived, once again. The musical Viva Forever will showcase upcoming accomplishments and ordeals by the group.

45,000 Verizon employees go on strike

Nearly half of the workforce employed by Verizon Wireless Communications Inc. are opening the week on strike. The movement follows a breakdown in labor negiotiations between the union and Verizon.

Dozens killed, Syrias daily death toll could exceed 120

The official tally reached 52 violence-related deaths today in Syria and that number appears to be on a steep incline as bloodshed rips through the streets of Homs province.

Tensions rise between Syria, Arabian Nations

The Assad regime and Syrian protestors continue violent exchanges today. Now, in the wake of at least four more civillian deaths, apprehension from the council nations of the gulf has turned into warning. Meanwhile, Syria has balked at these demands.

Record cocaine haul expected to disrupt 7-million drug deals

A record haul of cocaine, weighing over 2,000 pounds, has been seized by authorities off the coast of the United Kingdom. The haul is estimated to relieve the country of over 7-million drug trafficking deals overseen by international gangs.

Gaddafi's regime forms alliance with Islamist rebels

Muammar Gaddafi's family regime in Libya has strengthened their grip on the country by forming an alliance with Islamist rebels, as reported by the nation's local televised media and the New York Times.

More fatal violence in Syria

Syrian security forces have killed at least four protesters, according to human rights activists. The most recent violence adding to an unsettling death toll.

LeapFrog to release tablet for children

The retail market indicates that generations hardly remain separated by leisure through technology. Luxurious gadgets are being designed for an unbelievably young demographic, yet they model the same gadgets that serve purpose to millions of elders.

Op-Ed: Flash mob, crime mob, no mob ― Are Chicago police ignorant? Special

Chicago - Flash mobs, for years, have been gaining popularity as an awe-inspiring collaboration of common people choreographed into a unionization of original thought. in urban Chicago appeal might conk out to some and obtusely flag organized crime to others.

Trustees in one southwest suburb approve mobile produce business

Chicago - While one parent wishfully pioneers into an unusual business model for modern day society, scores of others wouldn't mind if the trend turned pandemic, again.
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