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Mosi Tatupu Passed Away in an Attleboro, Massachusetts, Hospital

Mosi Tatupu passed away in an Attleboro, Massachusetts, hospital for undisclosed reasons. Tatupu was 54. The former running back and fan favorite played for various teams during his fourteen year career. ormer USC standout and longtime NFL running back Mosi Tatupu died at a hospital in...

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CR Johnson Ski Legend Died Today

CR Johnson, ski legend, died today. Johnson passed away as a result of a horrible skiing accident at Squaw Valley, CA. The skiier was on Light Towers (a section of Headwall), trying to "drop" a cliff. Johnson was wearing a helmet but ended up tumbling down the cliff face head first after he was...

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Apollo Ohno Disqualified, Wins 8 Medals

Apollo Ohno was disqualified from the 500 meter speed skating race but earned 8 medals overall. The year old Seattle native was disqualified from the 500 meter competition Friday night for bumping into Canadian Francois-Louis Tremblay. This bump sent Tremblay skidding and Ohno was disqualified...

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Olympic Condom Shortage

As the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver draw to a close, the revelers face a huge problem: a condom shortage. An emergency shipment of condoms is traveling west through Canada to Vancouver where the crowd waits for the truck. On Wednesday, Vancouver health officials had already dispensed a...

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Natalie Randolph Coolidge H.S. Football Coach

Natalie Randolph was appointed to head coach at Washington, D.C.'s Coolidge High School. Randolph joins the rank as one of only a few women nationally who have ever headed a high school football team. Randolph attributes her own passion for the sport as well as a love for kids as reasons she was...

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Tyler Leaves Israeli Team, Returns to U.S.

Jeremy Tyler has left his Israeli team Maccabi Haifa and returned home to the United States. The American eighteen year old who left his San Diego high school a year early in a very public pursuit of his professional basketball career found much disappointment while playing for the Israeli team....

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Tiger Woods Press Conference: Questions, Answers

Tiger Woods' press conference today was the first question and answer session the pro golfer has held since the sex scandal broke in late November 2009. During the press conference, Woods made many confessions, evaded the tough questions, and answered humbly to the Higher Power he rediscovered in...

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Brooke Taflinger Exposes Pedophile USA Swim Team Coach

Brooke Taflinger exposes a pedophile USA Swim team coach. Brian Hindson allegedly recorded many of the girls USA Swim Team as they undressed by hiding a camera in the girls locker rooms. Taflinger bravely stepped forward to report Hindson to authorities. Taflinger was one of those dozens girls...

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How Many People Have Climbed Mount Everest?

Mt. Everest, which is located in Nepal, is the tallest mountain the world. Locals call it Sagarmatha or “Goddess of the Sky.” Conditions here are extreme: it is very cold, visibility sharply drops at night, and the cliffs are treacherous. High, strong winds can escalate into blinding snow...

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Helio Castroneves on Pole for 94th Indianapolis 500

Team Penske's Helio Castroneves has put his car on the pole postion for this year's 94th running of the Indianapolis 500 race. Castroneve sits alongside his Penske teammate, Will Power, who qualified in the second spot. Completing the front row is Dario Franchitti, driving for Target Chip Ganassi...