Couple Stumbles Upon $10 Million Trove While Walking The Dog

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Warriors battle at the 2012 JORVIK Viking Festival. This year promises to be even fiercer, with the apocalypse looming. Allan Harris/Flickr.com hide caption

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Vikings Of The World, Unite In Battle: The Apocalypse Is Upon Us

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Under the name Marie Walsh, Susan LeFevre was on the lam from a Michigan prison for 32 years before being re-arrested in 2008 — also in San Diego. AP hide caption

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Fugitive Finally Captured: 'The Eyes Gave Her Away'

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Beware of the big guys: Red snappers from tropical waters sometimes accumulate high levels of the toxin that causes ciguatera. Go for the smaller fish to avoid it. Kamel Adjenef/iStockphoto hide caption

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Research in mice offers new clues as to why Harold and Kumar were so motivated to get to White Castle. Todd Plitt/Getty Images hide caption

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I want to hold your lunch! This 1965 lunchbox — considered "one of the Holy Grails" of lunchbox collecting — sold for $936.10 in 2013. It came with a thermos. Another mint condition sample sold for $1,625 last fall. Courtesy of Hake's Americana & Collectibles hide caption

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Why Confounding Coincidences Happen Every Day

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A Furry Feline Welcome From A Cat Cafe

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After Crushing Bad Luck, A Free Bungee Jump

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British Royal Household Needs To Beef Up Reserves

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In The Mailbox, An Uncanny Postscript from Pete Seeger

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Gigi Chao (right) daughter of Hong Kong property tycoon Cecil Chao, poses with her partner, Sean Eav, at an event in Hong Kong. AP hide caption

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