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LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- Liam Neeson's maritime actioner "Battleship" is the top-selling DVD and Blu-ray in the United States, Billboard.com reported Thursday.
Lawyers say this means nobody in America can legally complain when they release "Morgan Freeman's Game Of Life" in about sixteen months.
PASADENA, Calif. (UPI) -- A 93-year-old woman says vandals destroyed giant pumpkins she was growing in her yard in Pasadena, Calif.
Sources say rock stars Billy Corgan and James Iha are readying a joint press statement asking everyone to please stop calling them about the story.
LAGOS, Nigeria, (UPI) -- Nigerian drug agents arrested an auto technician allegedly carrying five pounds of cocaine concealed in a roast chicken.
DEA insiders say if it had been a rubber chicken, the arrest would have been known as a "Robin Williams".
CARLTON, Mich. (UPI) -- A Minnesota casino said it set a Guinness World Record by cooking up a 2,014-pound bacon cheeseburger.
The burger was served with 6,324 french fries and a 300 liter Diet Coke.
NEW YORK (UPI) -- Recent U.S. college graduates still living with their parents are getting the needle from KFC, a major purveyor of take-out comfort food.
Attorneys urge the graduates to contact them as soon as possible, saying there's huge class action potential if that many people are finding needles in their food.