"First Kiss," a beautiful short film featuring 20 strangers kissing for the first time, went viral this week and racked up more than 25 million views.

While some critics say the film is basically ad featuring lots of professional entertainers, but the creator behind it insists it's 100 percent real.

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Cameraman Justin Lyons, the sole witness to the tragic death of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin revealed the star's final moments in a new interview this week.

"I'm dying," was all the 44-year-old popular television host said after a surprise attack eight years ago by a massive stingray, Lyons told Studio Ten Sunday.

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In a stunning and unprecedented turn of events, Daylight Saving Time 2014 shook the nation to its core Sunday, prompting rattled citizens to ask "What Time Is It?"

Seriously. The trending topics on Google at the moment include "Daylight Savings Time," "What Time is It?" and "Local Time." It's chaos out there in America.

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The brilliant people at Oscar Mayer have out-brillianted themselves.

They figured the one sure way to get people out of bed in the morning is with the sound - and smell - of bacon cooking. Because if there is one thing Americans love more than sleep, it's bacon.

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Upskirt photos are legal, a Massachusetts court actually ruled this week ... at least until the indignant state legislature now passes a bill outlawing them.

Lawmakers and officials widely criticized the ruling and spoke of criminal penalties for offenders, who they called “peeping Toms” empowered by technology.

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Liz Wahl, an anchor on state-funded Russia Today, shocked viewers last night when she took a stand against President Vladimir Putin… by resigning on air!

"I cannot be part of a network funded by the Russian government that whitewashes the actions of Putin," Wahl said at the end of her broadcast, following a discussion of the "ethical and moral challenges" she has faced on the Russia Today team. 

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