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Death at Spokane Nordstrom Ruled Accident

The Nordstrom store in downtown Spokane was closed Friday after a maintenance worker fell off a ladder and died.

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Plan Your Epitaph Day: What Do You Want Your Tombstone To Say?

Your epitaph, or what's written on your tombstone, will speak to people forever.  What do you want to have displayed for all eternity?

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Fan Dies at Texas Rangers Game While Trying to Catch Ball

A man died at the Oakland A's-Texas Rangers game Thursday night in Arlington, Texas when he fell 20 feet over the left field wall while trying to catch a ball.

The victim, identified as Shannon Stone, had reached over a rail to grab a foul ball thrown into the stands by Rangers' star Josh Hamilton in the second inning. Stone, who was in the lower level with his son, tumbled into an area behind a wall near a scoreboard.

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Comedians React to Osama bin Laden’s Death on Twitter

We all know that Twitter has become a very important resource for worldwide breaking news, and the information that is shared has, in a lot of ways, helped to change the world.

Last night, thousands of people (if not millions) took to their Twitter accounts to report on and gather information about the death of Osama bin Laden.

But there's a whole other side to the social media site that goes on simultaneously as the important facts are being passed around: the humorous and satirical take on the subject by the thousands of comedians and writers who are on Twitter. We searched around and highlighted a cross section of how comedians reacted to the news of bin Laden's death.

Read 23 humorous tweets (in no particular order) after the jump.

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Sports Fans Cheer bin Laden’s Death With “U-S-A!” Chant [VIDEO]

Most people watching 'ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball' game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets knew that the reason the crowd suddenly erupted into cheers was because they had just found out Osama Bin Laden had been shot dead by American special forces.

The players on the field, however, had no idea. "I really didn't understand what was going on there for a minute," said Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee, whose team wound up losing 2 to 1 in 14 innings.

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