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Yikes! British Airways Mistakenly Tells Passengers Their Plane Is Going Down — Twice

People scared of flying might mark British Airways off their list of possible airline choices for good after an automated announcement mistakenly told passengers to prepare for a crash-landing — twice.

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U.S. Works to Create Space Code of Conduct

The United States and other countries in the European Union are joining together to develop a "code of conduct" that would establish rules for orbiting spacecraft and for mitigating the growing problem of debris, or "space junk".

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Doomsday Clock Ticks Closer to Midnight

Those who keep track of these things say the world is closer to apocalypse than most people know.

The Doomsday Clock, a figurative timepiece used as a barometer of humankind’s fate, was moved one minute closer to midnight on Tuesday, the first time it has been nudged forward since 2007.

It is now 11:55, five minutes before Doomsday.

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‘Baby Bump,’ ‘Occupy’ Among 2012 List of ‘Banished’ Words

Every year, Michigan’s Lake Superior State University asks people which words and phrases have been so overused that they should be essentially banished from the English language. The school just released their list for 2012, and it’s certainly stirring up debate.

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Chavez Disses Obama – Calls Him a Clown

President Barack Obama is accustomed to criticism from the political right, but he may be taken aback by what a noted leftist is saying about him.

Venezuela’s strong man Hugo Chavez, who is as far to the left as anyone in the world, says Obama is a “clown” president and an “embarrassment” who has turned the United States into a “disaster”.

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Watch Thousands of North Koreans Tearfully Mourn the Death of Kim Jong Il [VIDEO]

On Monday, thousands of people marched through the streets of North Korea’s capital and wept openly at the death of leader Kim Jong-il, who died on Saturday at 69 from a heart attack.

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Steve Jobs’ Death and Occupy Wall Street Round Out the Top 10 Biggest Events of 2011

2011 can be tracked by its dramatic events, beginning with the Tuscon shooting that critically wounded US Rep. Gabby Giffords and continuing all the way up to the death of Muammar Gadhafi in October. O

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Zeitgeist 2011: Year In Review [VIDEO]

Every year, Google releases categorized lists of the most searched keywords.

Watch the two-minute review of the most popular people and unforgettable events that were searched in 2011.

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