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Chris Rutter (3rd from left) and his unit in Baghdad before his injury.

An Inspiring Message from Iraq War Veteran Chris Rutter

In my opinion, we can never say enough "thank you" messages or show enough support for our men and women fighting for our freedom. Chris Rutter is a friend of mine from Clinton, Mo., and I felt compelled to share his Facebook post from earlier today.

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Two Chinese Girls Poisoned to Death by Principal of Rival Kindergarten School

It seems almost impossible to believe, but the rivalry between two kindergarten schools in China led the principal of one school to kill a 5-year-old and a 6-year-old who attended the other school. With rat poison.

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Sedalia Holds Homecoming for Missouri National Guard’s 35th Combat Aviation Brigade [PHOTOS]

Families, friends and supporters gathered at the Mathewson Exhibition Center this morning as 120 soldiers of the 35th Combat Aviation Brigade of the Missouri National Guard returned from Kuwait. Governor Jay Nixon welcomed back the soldiers on behalf of Missouri and was proud of their efforts. Nixon said he appreciates the honor, courage, duty, a love of country that these men and women displayed and believes families and friends should be proud of their service.

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NASA to Pay Russia $70 Million Per Seat to Fly to the International Space Station

Hitching a ride usually only costs some gas and toll money.

But you’ll have to dig really deep into your pockets for a ride into orbit.

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New Zealand’s List of Banned Baby Names Will Leave You Laughing Out Loud

What’s in a name?

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Stephen Hawking Says Mankind Can’t Survive on Earth More Than Another 1,000 Years

Renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking says the human race is doomed, unless we figure out how to leave Earth behind in the next 1,000 years.

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Multiple People Stabbed at Lone Star College in Houston

As many as 14 people were injured, some of them stabbed, on Tuesday morning at Lone Star College, just outside Houston. Police have arrested one suspect.

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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, The ‘Iron Lady,’ Has Died at 87

The first female prime minister of England, Margaret Thatcher, has passed away due to a stroke. She was 87 years old. 

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B-2 Spirit Bombers Deploy from Whiteman Air Force Base to Korea

U.S. Strategic Command sent two B-2 Spirit bombers from Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., to the Republic of Korea March 28, for a long-duration, round-trip training mission as part of the ongoing bilateral Foal Eagle training exercise, demonstrating the commitment of the United States and its capability to defend the Republic of Korea and to provide extended deterrence to our allies in the Asia-Pacific region.

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What Country Is Friendliest to Tourists? (Hint: It’s Not the U.S.)

If you’re looking for a little international adventure, there’s one place you may be surprised to learn will welcome you with open arms.

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