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Senator Edward Kennedy's gravesite taken at the Arlington Cemetery. (photo from Arlington Cemetery website)
This morning firefighters worked to contain a wildfire in the mountains above LA. The blaze killed two firefighters when the vehicle they were in rolled down a mountain. These natural disasters are coming hard; Hurricane Jimena has become a category 4 being pushed towards Mexico's Baja California peninsula. Mexico issued a hurricane watch for the southern portion of Baja, meaning hurricane conditions are possible within 36 hours. Well, a town in Georgia probably feels like they need to be on watch, because they fear for their lives as the possible killer of 8 people might still be lurking around the town. A man who called the police reporting the dead bodies of his family members found in their mobile home in Brunswick, Ga, has been arrested on charges of evidence tampering and lying to police, but no suspect has been named. May the eight people killed R.I.P, and that is just what Senator Edward Kennedy is doing as Arlington National Cemetery gravesite of the Senator opened to the public at 8 a.m. Sunday, a little less than 12 hours after he was buried. While many people will visit his gravesite, Tibetan spiritual leader, Dalai Lama, says he is visiting Taiwan to comfort typhoon victims, refuting China's claims that he is there for political reasons. Typhoon Morakot hit Taiwan on August 8, killing more than 500 people.
Sussex police are reviewing the death of Rolling Stones founder Brain Jones, 40 years after he was found dead in a swimming pool. Then they ruled that it was "death by misadventure", but an investigative journalist has recently handed over documents from his investigation for police to review. They wont be the only ones doing research, the NFL will need to figure out how to keep ticket sales up as the recession continues to stay around. Sports expert says NFL's best weapon would be exemplary customer service. I guess India ran out of weapons, because it is ending it's moon mission. Indian Space Research Organization fails to contact Chandrayaan-I orbiter, which was designed to take high-resolution images of moon's surface. Space agency says it lost contact with the orbiter on Saturday, and blames system failure. Well, I hope that this babies heart doesn't fail. A newborn baby boy with a heart dangling from his chest is set to undergo a complex surgery in New Delhi. The baby, who suffers from immuno-deficiency, will be put in a state where his blood will be cooled down to 18 degrees Celcius (64 Fahrenheit), for a half-an-hour stage of the operation, he explained. Speaking of children, Walt Disney has reached a deal to acquire comic book titan Marvel Entertainment Inc. for $4 billion in stock and cash....Mickey Mouse meet Spider- Man.