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North Korean Leader Kim Jong Il Dies at Age 69 [VIDEO]

Kim Jong Il, the eccentric leader of North Korea since 1994, has died at the age of 69.

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Heavy Early Snow Heighten Avalanche Risk

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. (AP) — A storm bringing more than 2 feet of snow to parts of Bridger-Teton National Forest last week is raising alarms about the risk of avalanches just as skiers begin entering the backcountry

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7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Turkey

Four people were pulled alive from the rubble Monday when one managed to call for help on his cell phone after a 7.2-magnitude quake leveled buildings and killed some 270 people in eastern Turkey.

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Obama Says US Troops Home From Iraq By Year’s End

President Barack Obama says the Iraq war is at its end, and he's announcing that all U.S. troops will be withdrawn by year's end.

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Gaddafi Dead [GRAPHIC PHOTO]

According to reports, early this morning, Libya informed the US of the death of Muammar Gaddafi. The following is the graphic photo that has been circulating around the net today.

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Libyan Leaders Tell US Gadhafi is Dead [TIMELINE]

The hometown of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi fell today as the last vestige of control for the man once hailed as the "king of kings of Africa" came to an end. And officials in the transitional government say Gadhafi, who has been in hiding since rebels seized control of Tripoli, was captured or killed.

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Amanda Knox Freed

An Italian jury has overturned the murder conviction of Amanda Knox.  The young American is now free after nearly four years in prison for the death of her British roommate. 

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Obama Praises Killing of al-Qaida Cleric al-Awlaki

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama declared the killing of a fiery American-born cleric in Yemen a "major blow" to al-Qaida's most active affiliate, and vowed a vigorous U.S. campaign to prevent the terror network and its partners from finding a haven anywhere in the world

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Countries Debating Taxing Motorists Based on How Much They Drive

Picture the government placing a GPS on your car and tracking every mile you drive. Now, imagine being charged a tax based on those miles, your vehicle’s fuel efficiency rating and the time of day you drove. Such a system is being explored in car-clogged regions of Europe and Asia. Even the US is interested in studying mileage charging systems.

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International Forces Kill Taliban Insurgents Responsible for Shooting Down US Helicopter

In a Pentagon news conference on Wednesday, Marine Corps Gen. John Allen said international forces killed the Taliban fighters that shot down a Chinook helicopter last weekend, killing 38 US and Afghan forces.

The top insurgent leader remains at large and other details are vague, but a statement from the International Security Assistance Force said, “After an exhaustive manhunt, Special Operations forces located Mullah Mohibullah and the after receiving multiple intelligence leads and tips from local citizens. The two men were attempting to flee the country in order to avoid capture.”

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