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Facebook Friends Aren't Your Real Friends

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This photograph provided by Osnabrück police shows one of the ecstasy pills they seized over Saturday evening. In all, the heap of pills shaped like Donald Trump's head had an estimated street value of nearly $46,000. AP hide caption

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Peter Madsen's privately owned submarine UC3 Nautilus, now a suspected crime scene, gets carried out of Copenhagen harbor on a truck for forensic police investigation earlier this month. Ole Jensen/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Belle And Sebastian Leave Drummer Behind

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Mary Grams, 84, holds a carrot that grew through her engagement ring in Alberta, Canada. Grams, who lost her diamond ring 13 years ago while pulling weeds in her garden, is wearing it proudly again after her daughter-in-law pulled it from the ground on a misshapen carrot. Iva Harberg/AP hide caption

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Doug Bergeson lies on a hospital bed at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay, Wis., on June 25, before a doctor removed a nail from his heart. Bergeson had accidentally shot it into his heart earlier in the day while working on a new house in Peshtigo, Wis. He survived. Donna Bergeson/AP hide caption

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Students Find Spacesuits In Thrift Store

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