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Watch the Wrecked Costa Concordia Tilted Up in Riveting Time-Lapse Video

The Costa Concordia, the Italian cruise ship that crashed and resulted in the death of 32 people last year, was tipped upright on Monday.

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Getty/Gary S. Chapman

Remembering September 11: Where Were You on That Day? [SURVEY]

The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, was one of the worst tragedies in American history. The horrific event blindsided the nation, and it's a day that none of us will ever forget.

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President Barack Obama addresses the nation in a live televised speech from the East Room of the White House
President Barack Obama addresses the nation in a live televised speech from the East Room of the White House (Evan Vucci-Pool/Getty Images)

President Obama Asks Congress to Postpone Syria Vote [VIDEO]

President Obama again made his case for action against Syria in a speech from the East Room of the White House on Tuesday night while asking the House and Senate to put off a vote a vote on military action.

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Protesters Demonstrate Against Intervention In Syria
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AP Poll: Most Americans Oppose Strike on Syria

WASHINGTON (AP) — A new Associated Press poll shows a majority of Americans oppose a U.S. strike on Syria, despite a weeks-long Obama administration campaign to respond to chemical weapons attacks the U.S. blames on President Bashar Assad's regime.

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Diana Nyad Swims from Cuba to Florida
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64-Year-Old Diana Nyad Swims From Cuba to Florida in 53 Hours

For the first time in history, a swimmer has endured the 103-mile route from Havana, Cuba to Key West, Florida, without the assistance of a shark cage. That swimmer, 64-year-old Diana Nyad, began her quest on Saturday, August 31, and finished around 53 hours later on Labor Day.

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Secretary Of State John Kerry Speaks On Syria At The State Department
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Kerry Lays Out Case Against Syria, Says Chemical Attack Killed 1,429

Secretary of State John Kerry described how the government in Syria, led by President Bashar al-Assad, used chemical weapons in an attack on its own citizens, killing 1,429 people, including 426 children. Kerry suggested that the United States must respond, or take the chance that other dictators might act similarly.

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Japan Considering “Fasting Camps” to Help Kids Addicted to the Internet

How do you get kids to do something other than go on the Internet?

That’s a question Japan is planning to answer.

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Kseniya Ryzhova and Tatyana Firov
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Russian Track Stars Kiss on Medal Stand to Protest Country’s Controversial Anti-Gay Laws

They say a picture is worth a thousand words and that could certainly be the case with this telling photo.

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Powerful Mount Sakurajima Volcano Rocks Japan for Astounding 500th Time in 2013 [VIDEOS]

Japan, which had a devastating tsunami in 2011, was home for another unbelievable act of nature on Sunday.

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Mark Sutton and Gary Connery parachuting during opening ceremonies of London Olympics 2012
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Stuntman Who Played James Bond Character In London Olympics Opening Ceremonies Killed In Accident

The parachutist who escorted a fictional Queen Elizabeth to the Opening Ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics is dead after an aerial diving accident.

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