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Film director Peter Berg (from left), retired Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Marcus Luttrell and actor Mark Wahlberg arrive at the 2013 American Film Institute FEST premiere of "Lone Survivor" at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, in Los Angeles. (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Mark Wahlberg rips Hollywood: Don't compare your work to military service

Mark Wahlberg has a message for Hollywood actors who compare their jobs to service members: "How [expletive] dare you." The message came in response to a question and answer session for "Lone Survivor," the Hollywood movie based on former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell that Wahlberg stars in. Published November 13, 2013

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Cancer patient tells Megyn Kelly: Obama 'misled' me on health care

Bill Elliot is struggling with cancer, and now he must deal with the consequences of Obamacare. The South Carolinian recently lost his insurance and appeared on "The Kelly File" Thursday night to talk about how the man he voted for, Mr. Obama, "absolutely misled" him. Published November 8, 2013

A rendering of Lockheed Martin Corp.'s SR-72, the planned successor to the U.S. Air Force's famous SR-71 Blackbird (Lockheed Martin)

'Son of the Blackbird': Lockheed Martin plans 'game-changer' spy plane

Hypersonic missiles? Check. Speeds up to Mach 6? Check. A spy plane so advanced that adversaries wouldn't have time to react? Check. That's what Lockheed Martin Corp. plans for the SR-72 'Son of Blackbird,' the successor to the U.S. Air Force's SR-71 Blackbird. Published November 5, 2013

This Oct. 30, 2013 photo released by the State of Alaska Central Region Department of Transportation & Public Facilities shows passengers departing a Delta Airlines plane on a runway in Cold Bay, Alaska. A Delta Airlines flight made an emergency landing in a remote Alaska community near the Aleutian Islands Wednesday morning after a warning message flashed on an engine control panel. San Francisco-bound Flight 208 landed safely at Cold Bay at 6 a.m. with 167 passengers and 11 crew members on board, Delta spokesman Michael Thomas said. (AP Photo/State of Alaska Central Region Department, Jeff Doerning)

Delta to allow usage of electronics during all phases of flight

Delta Airlines pounced quickly Thursday after the Federal Aviation Administration approved portable electronic devices on flights, announcing that passengers' usage of such devices will be allowed during all phases of their flight as early as Friday. Published October 31, 2013

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N.Y.'s Obamacare website sends enrollees to cupcake shop

Due to glitches in New York's health care exchange website, citizens attempting to navigate the Obamacare enrollment process are winding up at a cupcake shop in Brooklyn, the New York Post reported. Published October 30, 2013