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  • Taliban Rocket Downs Helicopter Killing 30 U.S. Special Forces

    Strike on Chinook helicopter killed 30 U.S. special forces during a raid on a suspected insurgent commander's compound in Afghanistan, officals said Saturday, in what could be the deadliest single incident for Western forces since the 2001 invasion.
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  • Video: Life on Mars?

    The appearance of what scientists believe is flowing salt water on Mars reignited speculation about alien life.
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