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 March 30, 2017                     Submit Content                         
40 people hurt after bull leaps into stands
A bull leaps into the stands at a ecortadores tournament in northern Spain, injuring 40 before being subdued with rope.

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Roger Clemens indicted
Baseball great Roger Clemens has been indicted for lying to the U.S. Congress when he denied using anabolic steroids or other performance-enhancing drugs. Jon Decker reports.

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Digging mass graves!
An Iranian news agency releases footage of mass graves reportedly dug by Iranian Revolutionary Guard for US soldiers in case of invasion.

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Israeli arrested in serial stabbings
An Israeli national suspected of being responsible for five stabbing murders against African-Americans in three U.S. states has agreed to his extraditon to Michigan. Jon Decker reports.

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Obamas vacation in Gulf of Mexico
US President Barack Obama takes First Lady Michele and daughter Sasha to Florida, declaring its beaches -- at the center of the battle against the BP oil slick -- open for business.

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Chelsea Clinton wedding day
Guests arrive in Rhinebeck, New York to celebrate the former first daughter Chelsea Clintons marriage her longtime beau Marc Mezvinsky. Deborah Lutterbeck reports

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GM Chevy Volt Roll Out
General Motors set a $41,000 price tag for its long-awaited electric Chevrolet Volt, putting the car at the high-end of the auto market.

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Story behind the Mel Gibson tapes
Hollywood 411 looks at the continuing scandal involving Mel Gibson profane voicemails to ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva. Hear the tapes from Radar Online, and see why another news outlet claims that Mel is possibly being set up.

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Film buff finds lost Chaplin film
Long lost Charlie Chaplin film bought for $100 at a garage sale, to be shown for first time in almost a century.

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Switzerland rejects Polanski extradition
Swiss government has rejected a U.S. request to extradite Roman Polanski to face sentencing on a charge of unlawful relationships with a 13-year-old girl.

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U.S. and Russia swap spies
10 people accused of being unregistered foreign agents living in the U.S. have pleaded guilty and agreed to be deported as part of a spy swap between the U.S. and Russian governments. Jon Decker reports.

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Cheap Apple iPad stands
Apple wants $29 for the portrait-orientation iPad Dock? If after spending over $500 on the iPad itself you do not have the budget (Who are we kidding does apple have anything in the $5-$10 range?) then take a look at this inexpensive tool that does the same thing!

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Oliver Stone on South of the Border

Oliver Stones South of the Border, explores the rise of the Latin American Left and the roots of US misperceptions toward the region. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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Video shows officer punching teenager
The Seattle Police Department is investigating an incident in which a uniformed officer was filmed punching a 17-year-old in the face. Jon Decker reports.

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Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart
The Mercedes-Benz Museum is an automotive museum housed in Stuttgart, Germany. Stuttgart is home to the Mercedes-Benz brand and the international headquarters of Daimler AG. The buildings design is based on a unique cloverleaf concept using three overlapping circles with the center removed to form a triangular atrium. The building was completed and opened in 2006.

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