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Teen at Center of Colossal Drug Ring That Netted $20K a Month Busted By Police

An undercover investigation in Ohio has led to the shocking revelation that a 17-year-old is at the center of a huge drug ring that brings in up to $20,000 per month.

And here you thought it was tough for teens to find a summer job.

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Election 2012 — President Obama Has the Support of Smartphone Users

Many national polls show President Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, essentially tied in the upcoming race for the White House. But according to a new survey, there’s at least one segment of the population Obama has mostly locked up: smartphone users.

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Hundreds of Students Defend Military Funeral Westboro Baptist Church

When the Westboro Baptist Church announced their intention to target the funeral of Texas A&M alum Lt. Col. Roy Tisdale, his fellow Aggies didn’t take it sitting down.

In fact, with a little help of Facebook, more than 500 students at Texas A&M showed up at the burial in College Park, Texas.

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Supreme Court Upholds Obama’s Health Care Law

The Obama administration got an enormous victory on Thursday when the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold the President’s signature achievement: the 2010 health care law.

And in a surprise to many court watchers, it was Chief Justice John Roberts who sided with the more liberal justices and wrote the majority opinion.

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Student Battling Flesh-Eating Disease Makes Amazing Recovery

Despite a terrible battle with flesh-eating disease that claimed her left leg, right foot and both hands, Georgia student Aimee Copeland was able to briefly leave her hospital room for the first time in 49 days. And from here, doctors say, her prognosis is good.

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CNN and Fox News Botch Report on Supreme Court Health Care Mandate

Sometimes, even the most diligent news network can make a mistake. But when two networks botch a report only minutes apart? Well, that qualifies as news itself.

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California City Will Be the Largest to Ever Declare Bankruptcy

California has certainly had its share of financial woes, and now the city of Stockton, about 80 miles east of San Francisco, is set to become the largest American municipality to declare bankruptcy.

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Peace & Love Festival: 17 Taken to Hospital After Being Struck by Lightning

Uh oh. This news won’t do anything to renew music fans’ faith in outdoor summer festivals, which are seeing an increase in acts of god and stage collapses in recent years. A total of 17 people were taken to the hospital after being struck by lightning at the Peace & Love Festival in Sweden at around 3PM local time today (June 26).

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Aerialist Nik Wallenda Becomes First Man to Tight Rope Walk Across Niagra Falls

Starting at 10:10 pm on Friday and finishing approximately 25 minutes later, 33-year-old Nik Wallenda completed a death-defying stunt that left everyone in attendance in awe. The daredevil aerialist balanced his way across Niagra Falls on a tight rope, becoming the first man to perform this feat.

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More Than 6 Million LinkedIn Passwords May Have Been Exposed to Hackers

If you’re one of LinkedIn’s 150 million users, you might want to change your password — the business networking site has allegedly been hacked, and millions of log-in credentials may have been compromised.

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to Graduate22-Year-Old Man Becomes First Paraplegic from US Naval Academy

Kevin Hillery, a 22-year-old man who was paralyzed last year after a tree fell on him, made history yesterday when he became the first-ever paraplegic to graduate from the United States Naval Academy. Way to go, Kevin!

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Aimee Copeland, Student Battling Flesh-Eating Disease, Speaks for the First Time in Weeks

Although she still has a long road to recovery ahead of her, Aimee Copeland, the Georgia student battling flesh-eating disease, reached a milestone over the weekend when she spoke for the first time in weeks.

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