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Here are the top ten articles for the Current Events Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Teenage Girl Dies From Hockey Puck Blow
This article is about 14-year-old Brittanie Cecil who died from being hit by a flying hockey puck at an NHL game last Saturday.

2. Whale meat becomes lunch and pet food in Japan
Despite worldwide ban on whaling, Japan has a glut of whale meat on the market

3. Strange but True Headlines
News events from around the country to make you smile

4. Maine Man Investigated Over Facebook Post
A man in Maine got a visit from the Secret Service after making racist and violent comments toward President Obama on Facebook.

5. Tezcuco Plantation Destroyed By Fire
This article is about the tragic fire that destroyed a very historic Louisiana plantation home.

6. FDA Debating New Food Nutrition Symbols
The FDA is meeting to consider whether new symbols on food packages will help shoppers make smarter choices.

7. Birth Control Approved in Maine Middle School
School board approves the distribution of birth control pills to sixth-graders without parental consent.

8. Sandra Bullock Weds And Star Trek's
This news item is about the wedding of actress Sandra Bullock and the death of Star Trek´s beloved actor James Doohan.

9. Cranberries Found to Offer Natural Antibiotic Benefits
According to research, a compound found in cranberries may be effective in altering the E. coli bacteria.

10. Writers Guild Strike Threatens Many TV Shows
Several network shows have already begun reruns while others are forced to delay premiers until Writers Guild strike ends.



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