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Update: Giffords Breathing On Her Own

According to Dr. Michael Lemole, the chief of neurosurgery at University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords has started breathing on her own this morning.

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2010: Year Of The Angry Traveler

As the number of travelers increased in 2010 in comparison to 2009, so did the complaints.

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The Bird & Fish Apocalypse – Everything You Need to Know So Far

What started with a bunch of fallen birds has escalated into an eerie string of animal deaths across the globe, with many people asking, “apocalypse now?” After the jump, a run-down of everything you need to know about “Birdpocalypse” thus far...

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New Starbucks Logo Released

The new logo for Starbucks was released and — hold on a second — it doesn’t say Starbucks on it. Chances are most people won’t notice, since they will be in a caffeine-haze.

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2010 Year In Review [VIDEOS]

A look at what went on in 2010, from the devastating earthquake in Haiti, to the popular “double rainbow” viral video. Looking forward to what 2011 has to offer!


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CNN Year-End Videos

Here are some of the wackiest and most memorable videos of 2010 from CNN.

You can watch anything from the two-headed kitten, a Kentucky Wildcats themed wedding, and a boy setting the world record for wearing 215 pairs of underpants- to various people claiming to have seen Jesus in strange places, as well as the most memorable videos of the year.

Click here to see all of them.

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Full Lunar Eclipse Coincides With Winter Solstice
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Lunar Eclipse [PHOTOS]

Were you able to watch the full lunar eclipse last night? Take a peek at these close-up shots from around the world.

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Obama Ends “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy

Finally, the long political struggle over the military's controversial "don't ask, don't tell" policy came to a close on Wednesday.

President Obama signed the legislation that will bring an end of the ban on openly gay men and women serving in the armed forces.

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