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Researchers Find 1,800-Year-Old Tunnel in Teotihuacan, Mexico

Think back to the joy you experienced in your childhood after digging in the ground and finding a small little treasure, even if it was just a malformed rock.

Researchers at Mexico's National University are feeling that glee on a much larger scale now that they've discovered an 1,800-year-old tunnel underneath the pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan.

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Judgment Day Believers Proclaim May 21 Is Day Of Armageddon
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Doomsday Predictor Says Invisible Judgment Day Came Saturday [PHOTOS]

Can we get a rapture rain check? Say, for Oct. 21? Harold Camping, the radio host who predicted Christians would be taken to heaven this past Saturday, leaving non believers behind to suffer through the end of the world, has picked a new date for the end of the world after a rapture-less weekend.

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World Reacts To Death Of Osama Bin Laden
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Osama bin Laden Rises From the Dead, Starts Tweeting

Twitter has seen some zany faux-accounts lately, including a NY Bronx Zoo snake escapee, Adolf Hitler and some random guy's liver.

So when Osama Bin Laden rose from the dead and began tweeting via numerous accounts on Sunday night, it was only a little strange.

Mostly, though, it was funny.

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Osama bin Laden Compound

Bin Laden Paid Neighborhood Kids for Soccer Balls Lost Into His Compound [VIDEO]

As we try to unwrap the mystery of how the world's most wanted man was able to hide in an affluent Pakistani suburb - in a house located only 1,000 yards away from Pakistan's equivalent of West Point Military Academy, no less - the folks at NBC have offered up a bizarre detail of Osama bin Laden's domestic life.

Acording to reporter Tazeen Ahmed, when neighborhood kids would mistakenly kick soccer balls over the walls of bin Laden's compound, they would not be returned. Instead, someone would appear at the gate and offer the children money to buy a new soccer ball.

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Usama Bin Laden

FBI Updates Most Wanted Lists to Reflect Osama bin Laden’s Death

Now that Osama (Usama) bin Laden has been killed, the FBI has updated its Most Wanted Terrorists list, officially marking him as "DECEASED."

Nine other terrorists remain on the list, including bin Laden's deputy, Ayman Al-Zawahiri.

The FBI also updated its 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list to reflect yesterday's news.

Check out a direct look at the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists list after the jump.

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Americans React to News of Bin Laden's Death
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Americans React to News That Osama bin Laden Is Dead [PHOTOS]

The world was brought to a standstill late Sunday evening when President Barack Obama confirmed that terrorist leader Osama bin Laden had been killed by U...

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Osama bin Laden Killed in Pakistan, President Obama Confirms

In a stunning development, President Barack Obama confirmed late Sunday evening that Osama bin Laden, the leader of terrorist group Al-Qaeda responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks, was killed Sunday in Pakistan.

Obama made the announcement in a televised address shortly after 11:30 PM ET, about an hour after reports of bin Laden's death had made their way onto the Internet.

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Playstation User
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Hacker May Have Stolen Credit Card Data From PlayStation Users

Millions of PlayStation Network users got the scare of their life yesterday when Sony announced that their personal information, including credit card data and billing addresses, may have been stolen by a hacker.

On its company blog page, Sony said that it believed an "unauthorized person" obtained information from its 77 million-strong user base -- everything from names, to addresses to birth dates.

Also at risk: users' credit-card data.

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Katie Couric
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Report: Katie Couric to Leave ‘CBS Evening News’

She's used to breaking headlines, but today, Katie Couric is making some of her own.

According to a report from the AP, Couric is leaving her historic anchor post at 'CBS Evening News' after joining the program less than five years ago, in 2006. Her next move: a syndicated talk show, which is expected to launch in 2012.

Couric's contract with CBS ends on June 4, though no word on when her official last broadcast will be.

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Blind Man's Guide Dog Loses Sight, New Guide Dog Leads Them Both (image)
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Blind Man’s Guide Dog Loses Sight, New Guide Dog Leads Them Both

In heartwarming news, the Daily Mail reports on a blind man whose seeing-eye dog went blind, so he got another guide dog to help him and his newly blind dog get around...

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