Al-Qaeda Calls Off Attack On Nation's Capitol To Spare Life Of 'Twilight' Author

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Psychopaths Behave Like Stroke Victims

A University of Wisconsin study found that when prisoners exhibiting psychopathic tendencies played decision-making games, they used the same strategies as people who had suffered strokes or brain tumors.

Advertising On License Plates?

The State of California is currently considering a plan to issue digital license plates that would display advertising when a car is stopped for more than four seconds.

Cartoon Pitchmen Remarkably Effective

In a recent study, 50 percent of children said that food from packages adorned with one of their favorite cartoon characters, like Dora the Explorer or SpongeBob SquarePants, tasted better than identical food from a plain package.
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Al-Qaeda Calls Off Attack On Nation's Capitol To Spare Life Of 'Twilight' Author

ONN's Terrorism Expert Omar Al-Farouq explains how Al-Qaeda's love for the beloved teen vampire series prevented the death of thousands.

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