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The Daily Word in investigating Syria, Walgreens robberies, Prince and Lionel Richie

The Daily Word

U.N. reaches site of Syrian massacre to investigate killings.

Police say 14-year-olds in Rio Rancho robbed the same Walgreens twice armed with a bat and a pellet gun.

Supreme Court's approval rating is below 50 percent.

Possibly the greatest blog post ever on '80s celebrity fashion.

Fourteen dismembered corpses found in a truck in northern Mexico.

Cops say ICE agent pulled over on San Mateo was driving erratically and had been drinking.

The 34-year streak of horse racing not having a Triple Crown winner will continue as I'll Have Another is scratched from the Belmont.

Norway is setting up a psych ward in one of its prisons in case mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik is labeled insane.

California man tries to sell bear cubs at a gas station, says he shot their mom in self defense on his property.

And now ... animal photo bombing!

V.20 No.30 | 7/28/2011

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The Daily Word with Healthier Happy Meals, MIA Bronze Sheep, Netflix Rate Hikes

The Daily Word

You couldn’t pay me to live in downtown Detroit. Well, maybe you could.

What heartless bastard would steal these poor innocent bronze sheep statues?

It takes real guts and dedication to remove your own hernia with a butter knife.

A man’s on the loose after stabbing a woman in a Virginia mall ... in the buttocks?

Norwegian massacre suspect Anders Behring Breivik is a “a little bit surprised” he was able to kill 76 people; I guess that’s what happens when you use guns and bombs in crowded places.

That smoke you’ve been seeing is from the Albuquerque Metals Recycling Plant in the South Valley.

Only in the South will you get this type of NASCAR pre-race prayer.

How many of you sleep with your iPhone?

Governor Jerry Brown of California signs the Dream Act into law.

McDonald’s debuts healthier Happy Meals featuring fruits and veggies and smaller french fry portions.

Netflix is getting a hell of a lot of flak for its proposed rate increases.

Scientists say the “God Particle,” which explains why matter has mass, could be found by 2012.

Meanwhile, buzkill scientists in Hong Kong claim that time travel is impossible based on recent research.