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Winter Olympics: Dangers of Short-Track Speedskating Mean Risks and Rewards

By Allyson Burger | BSU at the Games

During the semifinal 500-meter race at the 2010 U.S. Olympic trials for short-track speedskating, J.R. Celski let out agonizing screams as blood poured from a large wound

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Winter Olympics: Opening Ceremony Heralds Start of Sochi Games [Video]

An elaborate opening ceremony lasting more than three hours marked the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia on Friday.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: You Will Obey the Traffic Robot! [Video]

Many cities have massive traffic problems.

Gridlock is the worst.

Hours are wasted sitting in a vehicle going absolutely NOWHERE.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: A Ride Down the Scary Winter Olympics Snowboarding Course [Video]

The Sochi Winter Olympics open Friday in Sochi, Russia.

It seems like every news story that we see points to everything being awful. Hotels, as well as portions of the Olympic village aren't yet complete. There are stray dogs all over the place.

We haven't heard much about the actual event venues themselves. So, hopefully, they're at least ready. Let's face it: That's really all that matters.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Pilot Ejects from Already Crashed Airplane [Video]

Seeing a video of a pilot ejecting from a plane that is about to crash isn't anything new.

Hell, it seems like every time an air show takes place, we see footage of a plane crashing and a pilot safely parachuting away from the about-to-crash plane.

But this video is a little different.

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Sunday List: 10 Moments That Nearly Destroyed Rock Music

There are times in life where everyone just reaches a fork in the road and that next step truly defines what will become of their future.

Sometimes in music, there's fame, success and creative fulfillment ahead

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North American International Auto Show: Cars Are the Stars [Video]

The 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit kicked off Monday with news media preview days.

Monday and Tuesday are the two days when automakers introduce their new products to the world via the media. The show for the general public opens Saturday, and runs through runs through Jan. 26 at Cobo Center.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Plane Crashes at Iceland Drag Strip [Video]

Check out this crazy video, just posted the other day. It was taken at a drag strip in Akureyi, Iceland, last August.

A truck is lined up at the starting line and has a few GoPro cameras aimed out the windows in different directions to record his pass

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: A Colony on Mars Is Closer Than We Think [Video]

Have you ever wanted to live on Mars?

Well, 1,058 people are finalists in a worldwide contest for the chance to live on Mars.

The project for a permament human settlement on Mars is organized by the Dutch non-profit Mars One. The effort is backed by several aerospace companies, including SpaceX and Lockheed Martin.

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Free Beer & Hot Wings: Dennis Rodman Goes Nuts During CNN Interview [Video]

Continuing his never-ending quest to make everyone think he's the most insane person on the planet, former NBA player Dennis Rodman was back at it again Monday morning during an interview on CNN.

Rodman, along with the rest of his "basketball diplomacy" team, were interviewed on Monday live from Pyongyang, North Korea, about their latest trip to the worst place on earth

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Far Out Fix: U.S. Astronauts on Spacewalk Repairing International Space Station

NASA Flight Engineers Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins are working outside the orbiting International Space Station today (Dec. 21) to fix a bad pump.

They are doing the first in a series of spacewalks to replace a degraded ammonia pump module with one of the station's two external cooling loops that keeps both internal and external equipment cool, according to NASA.

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