Mar 26, 2012

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  1. James Cameron reaches deepest spot on Earth
    James Cameron dove to the Earth's deepest point in a specially designed submarine, making a 7-mile journey into the Marianas Trench.
  2. Top secret Visa data center banks on security, even has moat
    A crack team of former military personnel and 42 firewalls guard the fortress where Visa's mobile payments are processed.
  3. Popcorn packed with antioxidants, hidden health benefits
    The hulls have antioxidants, but skip the extra butter and salt.
  4. Aggressive 'helicopter' parents force egg hunt cancellation
    Parenting observers cite the cancellation of a Colorado community egg hunt as a prime example of so-called 'helicopter parents.'
  5. Santorum defends cursing at reporter
    Rick Santorum today defended a heated exchange with a New York Times reporter, arguing that the news media is trying to distort his words.
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  1. Santorum defends cursing at reporter
    Rick Santorum today defended a heated exchange with a New York Times reporter, arguing that the news media is trying to distort his words.
  2. Jets owner defends Tebow move, jabs Sanchez
    Woody Johnson defended the trade for Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, saying it was a football decision and not marketing driven.
  3. Wife defends soldier in Afghan rampage
    The wife of the U.S. soldier charged with killing 17 Afghan villagers says she doesn't think he was involved in the shooting rampage.
  4. Supreme Court ponders Obama health care law
    Welcome to a pivotal week in legal and political history.
  5. Simon Cowell finds intruder in his bathroom
    She had a brick in her hand. "It was frightening for Simon," says his manager.
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