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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. New York Times Hacked Again
The New York Times has been hacked for the second time in a month, and the Wall Street Journal is taking full advantage.
2. Miley Cyrus Performance Sparks Outrage
Miley Cyrus's performance on the MTV music awards this past weekend has generated a lot of buzz, most of it negative. Did she go too far?
3. Whale meat becomes lunch and pet food in Japan
Despite worldwide ban on whaling, Japan has a glut of whale meat on the market
4. 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.
5. Strange but True Headlines
News events from around the country to make you smile
6. Dolphins Scandal Sheds New Light on Bullying
When NFL offensive tackle Jonathan Martin left his team, unable to take any more of the bullying he’d been subjected to, it’s unlikely he knew he’d be shedding a whole new light on bullying and indirectly helping many of his fellow victims.
7. Woman Dies From Fall At Endymion Extravaganza
A woman from Texas dies as the result of a freak accident at a New Orleans Mardi Gras celebration in the Superdome.
8. Clarence Clemons died after suffering a stroke
Saying goodbye to a talented saxophonist. Clarence Clemons died after suffering from a stroke. Here are a few highlights from his career.
9. FDA Debating New Food Nutrition Symbols
The FDA is meeting to consider whether new symbols on food packages will help shoppers make smarter choices.
10. The Flu Vaccine - History and Information
A vaccine for the flu virus was discovered in 1944, due to the work of Dr. Salk and Dr. Francis. Each year, the CDC guesses which strain will be most common and puts out a vaccine for that strain.
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