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Oscar Pistorius Breaks Down In Court — Officially Charged with Murder of Reeva Steenkamp

Olympic star Oscar Pistorius broke down in tears as he stood before magistrate Desmond Nair. Pistorius is being charged with murder in the shooting death of his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp.

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NASA

Giant Asteroid Is Barely Going to Miss Earth on Friday

Seventeen-thousand miles might not sound particularly close at first listen, but when it comes to a gigantic rock the size of half a football field, it's a bit scarier.

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Thai Couple Makes Out Well By Smashing Record for World’s Longest Kiss

A married Thai couple spent Valentine’s Day in style, setting the record for world’s longest kiss.

So, just how long did these lovebirds remain lip-to-lip?

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Oscar Pistorius
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Disabled Track Star Oscar Pistorius Charged in Murder of Girlfriend

Track star Oscar Pistorius, the South African Olympian and double amputee nicknamed “Blade Runner” for his artificial legs, has been charged in the murder of his girlfriend, who died Thursday.

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Wrestling Cut from 2020 Olympics

The International Olympic Committee voted to drop wrestling from its schedule for the 2020 Games via a secret ballot during a meeting in Switzerland. Instead of eliminating the pentathlon, like many expected, the IOC decided to scrap wrestling.

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on December 24, 2012 in Vatican City, Vatican.

Pope Benedict XVI to Resign Feb. 28

For the first time in nearly 600 years, the head of the Catholic Church is resigning. Pope Benedict XVI announced the decision in Latin in Rome early Monday morning.

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Curtis Cooper, professor of computer science at the University of Central Missouri, with the computer that made the discovery of the world’s largest known prime number. (Courtesy of UCM Public Affairs)

UCM Professor Discovers World’s Largest Known Prime Number

Curtis Cooper, professor of computer science at the University of Central Missouri, has made the most recent discovery of the world’s largest known prime number, according to information released by the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Number Search, also known as GIMPS.

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University of Leicester

Bones of 15th-Century Monarch King Richard III Found Under Car Park

In September, British researchers believed they had made a pretty startling discovery while digging under a car park in Leicester, which is about 100 miles southeast of London.

They had come upon what they thought were the remains of King Richard III, who died fighting the forces of Henry Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. He is the last English monarch to die during war.

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The Pope's Dove of Peace Gets Attacked by Seagull
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Pope’s Dove of Peace Attacked by a Seagull [VIDEO]

Just as he finished a sermon on Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI symbolically released two doves into the air as a call for peace. But soon after the birds took flight, an aggressive seagull began dive bombing one of them. Uh oh. We're generally not superstitious, but we sure hope this isn't a sign of bad things to come.

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North Korea Threatens Nuclear Test, Calls U.S. Its ‘Archenemy’

Sometimes—like when they call themselves "space conquerors" after launching a satellite that broke almost immediately and tumbled out of orbit—it can be hard to take North Korea seriously. Other times—like when they threaten another test of their nuclear program at a highly delicate time for their neighbors, politically—it seems wiser to keep a close eye on them.

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