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DAILY VIRAL: Cat eats yogurt with spoon
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The difficulty in telling dad 'I love you'
As the notions of fatherhood evolve and fathers spend more time with their kids, the image of the stoic, distant dad is softening. And experts say kids can help hasten this trend by opening up to their fathers.
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Burger King -- which last year scrapped its "Have it Your Way" slogan for the more personal "Be Your Way" tagline -- is grilling up an all-red burger. But you'll have to go to Japan to get it.
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AROUND THE WEB: Terminator takeover
Pranking visitors at wax museums and offering his voice to GPS devices are just some of the things the Terminator has been busy doing to get the word out for his new film.
DAILY VIRAL: You'll never eat a banana again
After watching this, you may never want to eat a banana again... but it's strangely worth it.
DAILY VIRAL: Most intense game of tug-of-war ever
Never before has there been a game of tug-o-war this intense.
DAILY VIRAL: Dads and kids tell each other what makes them proud
Today's viral hasn't gotten millions of views, but it should.
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It had all the makings of a viral video: cute animals doing something unexpected and a catchy tagline.
2,000-Year-Old 'Sleeping Beauty' Found (Courtesy Louise Schofield)
'Sleeping beauty': 2,000-year-old remains found in biblical city
It was the Queen of Sheba that first drew Louise Schofield -- an archaeologist and former curator at the British Museum -- to the Gheralta plateau in northern Ethiopia. She'd heard tell of a 20-foot stone stele carved with an inscription and a symbol often linked to the biblical queen: a sun and crescent moon.

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