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Posts from July 2013
by TIME Magazine posted Jul 11 2013 7:52AM

VIDEO - The Space Shuttle Atlantis Comes Home

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by Buzz 60 posted Jul 9 2013 10:19AM

VIDEO - Golden Corral is being accused of poor food handling procedures after photos and a video surfaced online, claiming to show dirty conditions at the famous buffet chain.

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by AP posted Jul 3 2013 9:16AM

VIDEO - The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a food watchdog group, says a new dish at Long John Silver's is a 'prescription for heart disease.' 

by Associated Press posted Jul 2 2013 3:28PM
  SANFORD, Fla. (AP) - A medical examiner from Jacksonville has testified for prosecutors that George Zimmerman's injuries were insignificant.
     Medical examiner Valerie Rao took the witness stand Tuesday after prosecutors played a video recording of an interview Zimmerman gave to conservative talk show host Sean Hannity last year. Rao didn't perform the autopsy on Martin and is only being called as a prosecution witness.
     Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin. He is claiming self-defense.
     Prosecutors are trying to show Zimmerman's life wasn't in danger when he shot Martin.
     Rao says the injuries to Zimmerman's head don't reflect that his head was being slammed with great force into a sidewalk as he claims.
by Associated Press posted Jul 2 2013 3:26PM
  ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) - A soldier missing after his helicopter was shot down in the Vietnam War has been identified and buried at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. 
     The remains of Army Spc. John L. Burgess of Sutton Bay, Mich., were buried Tuesday in a single casket with the remains of two members of his crew who had been previously identified.
     They were among five soldiers aboard a helicopter that crashed near the Cambodian border in 1970. Only one survived. 
     Burgess was laid to rest in with remains of two of his crew members, 1st Lt. Richard Dyer of Central Falls, R.I., and Sgt. 1st Class Juan Colon-Diaz of Comerio, Puerto Rico. Their remains had been recovered after the crash. 
by Associated Press posted Jul 2 2013 3:16PM
 McLEAN, Va. (AP) - The father of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, frustrated by his inability to reach out directly to his son, has written an open letter to him extolling him for "summoning the American people to confront the growing danger of tyranny."
     The letter was written jointly Tuesday by Lonnie Snowden and his lawyer, Bruce Fein.
     It comes a day after Edward Snowden issued a statement through WikiLeaks ripping the Obama administration for leaving him "stateless" and revoking his passport.
     Snowden is in Russia and has been seeking asylum in multiple countries.
     Snowden's father has expressed concern that WikiLeaks supporters who have been helping his son seek asylum may not have his best interests at heart. The father has said he'd like his son to return to the U.S. under the right circumstances.
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by CBS New York posted Jul 1 2013 9:43AM

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