In April, Andrew Robert Rector fell asleep while attending a baseball game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox.

Fast forward a few months, and the uninterested fan has filed a $10 million lawsuit against ESPN because he believes announcers Dan Shulman and John Kruk directed an “avalanche of disparaging words" in his direction after he zonked out in the fourth inning.

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Two large airplanes nearly collided on a runway in Barcelona's El Prat Airport this week, and the scary moment in Spain was caught on video.

Incredibly, tragedy was averted as one jet's crew aborted their landing in order to avoid crashing into a jet that appeared to be in its path on the runway:

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The West View News is a monthly publication in New York City's West Village with a circulation of approximately 20,000 subscribers.

But one article in its latest edition has now been viewed by far more people than that, thanks to one of the most controversial headlines you're ever likely to see in print.

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Here is something you don't see everyday ever.

Diane Stretton (aka Monster Nanny) is a 64-year old who was fired from her position a month ago. Except, well… she refused to leave the house. She barricaded herself in her room and claimed her termination wasn’t “legal.”

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In a limited decision today, The Supreme Court ruled that closely held, for-profit companies can cite a religious exemption to the national healthcare requirement that they provide coverage for contraceptives.

Hobby Lobby, a chain founded on Biblical teachings, challenged this aspect of the Affordable Care Act, which forces companies with over 50 employees to cover preventive care services, such as as morning-after pills, diaphragms and IUDs.

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