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Watch TV Station Make Absurd Blunder Naming the Pilots of Asiana Airlines Crash

A TV station in Oakland, California was left red-faced after making a major mistake in its coverage of last week's Asiana Airlines crash.

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Extra! Extra! Americans Are Ignorant About the News

Our top story: we don’t know anything about our top story.

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Missing Man With Dementia Miraculously Turns Up During News Report

Who says there's nothing good to watch on TV?

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Watch 2012′s Best News Bloopers In One Epic Compilation

It's that special time of year when people take all the funny things that happen and make them all into one big thing. Here, for example, are the best funny news bloopers of 2012.

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This Day in History for June 17 – Lady Liberty Arrives and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

1885 – The Statue of Liberty arrives in New York Harbor (More info)

1928 – Amelia Earhart embarks on the first trans-Atlantic flight by a woman (More info)

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This Day in History for June 16 – IBM Founded and More

Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:

1858 – Senate candidate Abraham Lincoln declares “a house divided against itself cannot stand” (More info)

1903 – The Ford Motor Company is incorporated (More info)

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Where Does the Saying ‘Take a Raincheck’ Come From?

When you say, “I’ll take a raincheck,” you’re telling someone that you can’t accept his or her offer or invitation now, but you’d be happy to accept it down the road. The phrase can also be used sarcastically, by letting someone know you’d prefer to delay something unpleasant until the future, or as a promise for out-of-stock goods.

But how did this expression make it into our lexicon?

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Welcome To The New KSFA 860 Newsletter!

We’re happy to introduce you to our new and improved newsletter!

Once a week, we'll be delivering the stories you care about most; from national news and videos to local events and stories.

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