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Baby Crying Contest In Japan
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Baby Crying Contest Held In Japan To Ward Off Evil Spirits [VIDEO]

The cry of the baby. It is a distinct sound that can be beautiful, but also can be maddening. To some people in Japan, a babies cry helps to fight off evil spirits. Each year over 800 babies compete in a crying contest in Hiroshima, Japan

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Two Babies Being Treated For Their Combined Weight Of 80 Pounds [VIDEO]

Two babies from South America have a combined weight of 80 pounds. Both of these children are under the age of one year and are suffering from severe obesity.

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General View Of Harbin
HARBIN, CHINA - JANUARY 06: Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images
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Some Folks Celebrate The Snow And Ice With Amazing Sculptures [PHOTOS]

Once January and February rolls around here in Central New York, most people are ready for Spring to be here and the snow, cold, and ice to be gone!

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the universe
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Comet Of The Century Now Visible In Night Sky

I am always fascinated by the cosmos - the planets, stars, galaxies and comets. And, what is being called "The Comet Of The Century" is now appearing in our night sky. Check out the details.

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Embattled Toronto Mayor Cheered at Football Game [VIDEO]

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has admitted to smoking crack cocaine, buying illegal drugs and excessive alcohol consumption but apparently many of his constituents don't have a problem with this. At least that's the reaction from many football fans who, according to FOX Sports, cheered Ford as he entered Toronto's Rogers Centre to watch the city's Argonauts play a CFL playoff game. Check out the cheering as he makes his way to his seat.

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Italian Artist Poughs Image of JFK in Field [VIDEO]

Next Friday, November 22, marks the 5oth anniversary of the assassination of John. F Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, in Dallas, Texas. There have already been a number of TV movies, documentaries and commemorations of the life and death of JFK with more to come. An Italian artist, Dario Gambarin, found a unique way to honor the late President.

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Woman helping older man
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Today Is World Kindness Day

Today is "World Kindness Day", a part of Wold Kindness Week being observed through November 15th. What is World Kindness Day all about?

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See Pictures and Video From Typhoon Haiyan, Strongest Storm in History

Typhoon Haiyan is being called the biggest storm in history. It's already killed 3 people and is threatening millions more. The 195 MPH winds are flooding streets, knocking out power and trees in the Philippines. Flights have been cancelled and hundreds of thousands of people have been evacuated. The Category 5 hurricane will move out to the South China Sea, Vietnam and China Saturday. See pictures and devastating video.

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Prince William And Duchess Kate on bus
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Prince William And Duchess Kate Take The Bus Today

I'm sure the passengers did a double take on their ride to work in London, England today, as Prince William and wife Duchess Kate rode the bus with commuters.

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asteroid in space
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Asteroid That Whizzed By Earth Last Month Will Return [VIDEO]

As if we all don't have enough to worry about, an asteroid that whizzed by Earth last month is scheduled to return in 19 years, according to huffingtonpost.com.

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Titanic Violin On Display
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Violin From Titanic Sells For $1.5 Million

I have always been fascinated by anything about the Titanic. Whether it's books, TV documentaries or whatever. Now, there's a report that a violin which was played on the sinking ship that was recovered has been sold.

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Swedish Man Hit With Astounding Speeding Ticket Fine

Swedish multi-millionaire Anders Wiklof was driving a little too fast. Wilkof, a business man in his native Sweden, was pulled over in neighboring Finland for driving 48 in a 30 MPH zone. He expected a ticket and a fine but was shocked to find out how much it would cost him.

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