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U.S. Begins Airstrikes Against ISIS in Syria

The U.S. began "intense" operations in Syria against the terror group ISIS early Tuesday, sending bombers, fighters, and Tomahawk missiles into ISIS-dominated territory in the northern part of the country.

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Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Sold to Russians

Pabst Blue Ribbon beer that also makes Colt 45 and Old Milwaukee is being sold to Russian investors. The company was purchase in 2010 by Dean Metropoulos for only $250 million and he will make a nice profit on the sale. The Pabst Brewing Company will be sold for more than $700 million.

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Graham Chadwick, Getty Images

Panama Tops the Global Well Being Poll

The Global Well Being poll came out and of 135 countries, Panama, came in at number one. The poll conducted in 2013 and released this week, looks at five things people feel about their lives. Sense of purpose, social connections, community, finances and physical vigor.

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Mark Mainz, Getty Images

Body Odor and Politics

Sounds crazy but studies confirm people are more attracted to those with similar political beliefs because their body odors are similar. Volunteer arm-pit sniffers were asked to participate in a study with no prior knowledge of political views.

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Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

Minnesota Vikings Deactivate Adrian Peterson, Order Him to Stay Away from Team

Amidst growing public pressure, the Minnesota Vikings have changed course and deactivated Adrian Peterson, placing him on the exempt/commissioner's permission list and making him unavailable for the foreseeable future. 

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Scott Olsen, Getty Images

San Diego School Buys Ambush Protection Vehicle

San Diego Unified School has landed a new vehicle for its campus, a mine resistant Army truck. It was received through the Pentagon’s excess property giveaway program with a huge allotment coming to San Diego.

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Christopher Furlong, Getty Images

Dying of a Broken Heart is Possible

It has been said for years, ‘they died of a broken heart’, and that seems to be true. Studies done at John Hopkins Hospital call it ‘broken heart syndrome’ where a surge of hormones impairs the muscle in the heart to pump.

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Boy Born With Four Arms and Legs

Paul Mukisa was born on May 27 with a condition known as ‘parasitic twinning’, its where one twin is not fully developed. Paul had two legs and arms from his brother that never fully grew. Paul was the host body so he had four arms and legs.

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Matt Cardy, Getty Images

Violinist Plays While Being Operated On

A world class violinist, who played with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, was forced to stop playing when a neurological disorder made her shake uncontrollably. Naomi Elishuv recently learned of a surgery that could help her with the shaking.

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Dilip Vishwanat, Gettty Images

Adrian Peterson Indicted in Child Abuse Case, Deactivated for Sunday’s Game

Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child by a Montgomery County, Texas grand jury. The case stems from an incident where Peterson used a switch to discipline the child involved.

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