2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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YIR 2012: Superstorms and Scorchers
Mother Nature made her mark again this year and did so, unfortunately, in the most extreme ways: hellish heat, drought, superstorms and other wild weather events.
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- Russian Commandos Invade Ukraine
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- Los Angeles subway dig finds prehistoric artifacts
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scientists have long known that years before hipsters and tourists were trekking along Los Angeles' Miracle Mile, dinosaurs were doing so.
- 'Baby Having 2 Heads' Born in India
- Jon Stewart Rips Apart Fox News' Attempt to 'School' Him on Food Stamp Fraud
Earlier this month, Jon Stewart ripped Fox News for its mania over individuals abusing government-provided food stamps. Well, Fox News saw the segment, and decided to defend themselves – they were just "shedding light" on the issue, they said – and "school" Jon Stewart. Yes, a Fox News pundit actually said he was going to "school" him. "Perhaps you really are a watchdog for the American people," he said speaking to Fox News.
- Woman finds huge silverfish bug in soup served in New York restaurant
- NSA denies report that it has infected millions of computers with malware
News broke earlier this week alleging that the National Security Agency ”has infected millions of computers around the world with malware.” The report cited newly available documents leaked by Edward Snowden that had previously been classified, and it also claimed the NSA “is impersonating US social media or other websites” to spy on people. The NSA has since issued a statement refuting the report, however, claiming that the allegations within are unfounded and untrue. “Recent media reports that allege NSA has infected millions of computers around the world with malware, and that NSA is impersonating U.S. social media or other websites, are inaccurate,” the NSA said in its statement. “NSA uses its technical capabilities only to support lawful and appropriate foreign